Activity Centres – Volunteering

Help our members Get Outdoors More

Getting young people outdoors is a big part of what we do and our centres are here to help you make it happen!

Key to delivering these outdoor experiences are the amazing volunteers that work alongside our centres staff so that our members can enjoy the safe, supportive and positive environment we want to create.

Each centre has volunteers, operating within the Scout Active Support Unit (ASU) structure. We already have nearly 200 volunteers from a wide variety of backgrounds, performing the broadest range of roles imaginable.

To support those volunteers, and ensure that they have a clear voice in how we manage our centres going forwards, we are putting in place clear ASU service agreements at each centre and creating a structure that gives them representation on our Activity Centres Management Committee (ACMC).

We are always looking for new volunteers, if you would like to join a service team or maybe visit a centre and understand a bit more about what they do, please contact the centre you are interested in volunteering at.

Centres Volunteer Vacancies

County Activity Centres ASU Manager

Managing the four centres ASU’s, representing them on the County Activity Centres Management Committee and generally representing our centre volunteers at a County level. This role will be supported by an ASU Co-ordinator at each centre.

Role description download

Link: Structure download – coming soon

Centre ASU Co-ordinators

Focussed on an individual centre, these Co-ordinators will be responsible for the shaping and delivery of that centre’s service agreement. They will support recruitment and training of new volunteers and with the ASU Manager ensure the ASU contribute to the development strategy of the Centre.

Dependent upon the ASU structure for the Centre, there may be more than one Co-ordinator role, this is to be agreed with the ASU manager and Centre manager as the Service agreements are developed.

Administration of the Centres ASU is the responsibility of 2 existing ASU Co-ordinators.

Role description download

Link: Structure download – coming soon

Closing date for applications is Friday 28th February, with roles commencing April.

If you have any questions or are interested in applying for the role, please contact the ACMC Chair:

Mark.jefferson@hertfordshirescouts.org.uk

Put your phone down and what are you left with? Just teamwork, courage and the skills to succeed.’
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