Scouts Canada, the country’s leading youth organization, offers challenging programs for boys, girls and youth age 5-26 in thousands of individual groups in most cities and towns across Canada.
National Training Advisor - Continuous Learning
We are looking for a dedicated volunteer who has experience in adult education, distance learning, and a passion for supporting Scouters. The National Training Advisor – Continuous Learning will be a member of the Volunteer Services and National Service Teams. The Advisor’s key focus will be on designing and implementing a continuous learning approach for all Scouts Canada volunteers.
Key responsibilities of the position will be to spearhead the design and development of learning resources to support and enrich our Support Scouters. In accordance with our 2014-2015 business plan, we are aiming to provide 5 new e-learning modules and develop the learning outcomes for 10 additional learning areas.
Deputy National Commissioner - Program
Scouts Canada is currently accepting applications for the position of, Deputy National Commissioner – Program (DNC). Reporting to the National Commissioner, this pivotal role is a key member of the National Leadership Team and works in partnership with staff and volunteers. The DNC - Program is accountable for the research, development and implementation of Scouts Canada’s youth programs with a strong focus on The Canadian Path program.
The DNC-Program ensures youth experience great, safe Scouting adventures by overseeing all aspects of program, including National events and activities, STEM, and outdoor programming.
The ideal candidate will be a volunteer with ability to produce results, work collaboratively with volunteers and staff, and understands The Canadian Path vision.
Quebec Council Commissioner
As Chris von Roretz's term nears its end, we are now looking for the next Quebec Council Commissioner! As a result, a public appointment process has begun, whereby any registered Scouts Canada member who is interested in applying for this role is encouraged to do so. The deadline to apply is October 24th, 2014. The Council Commissioner works as a member of the Council Leadership Team, working closely with the Council Executive Director and Council Youth Commissioner, and helping with all aspects of managing Quebec Council. The role description and the details of the application process may be found here. If you or someone you know may be interested in this opportunity, even if they are not currently a member of Scouting, please see the link above for more information.
Call for Volunteers: Scouts Canada Parent Engagement Working Group
Scouts Canada is currently seeking members to join the National Parent Engagement Working Group. This new volunteer group works with the Deputy National Commissioner – Communications, national office marketing and communications staff to provide Scouters support to promote active parent participation and engagement through training, communications, recruitment, and recognition.
Youth Volunteer Opportunities - Scouts Canada has a number of volunteer youth opportunities available across the country. See the complete list.