Join our team as region adviser!
We’re looking for a number of members to join our region adviser team to lead our work in a number of areas; these roles are volunteer roles that are either vacant or the current role holders are due for their roles to end in 2021. If you are interested in supporting us in any of these roles then please email firstname.lastname@example.org stating your name, the volunteer role you’re interested in, county, membership number, as well as some information as to why you’re interested and what you’d bring to such a volunteer role.
We are looking for one or two people to work with our current adviser to help take forward the work that we have been funded to do over the last few years on the Motivate project. If you are interested in sport and encouraging girls to participate in sporting activity, then this role is for you!
Young Leader Adviser
The Young Leader Adviser's main responsibility is to ensure good practice around the uptake and approval of members undertaking and completing their Young Leader Qualification. They'll have knowledge of the Girlguiding Young Leaders Qualification scheme, have great communication skills and be able to work as part of our team. The successful applicant will promote the ethos of guiding and Young Leadership throughout the Region, supporting County Young Leader Advisers. They'll develop a plan of action to engage young members in the Young Leader Qualification, and analyse the data associated with Young Leaders within the Region. They'll hold meetings of County Young Leader Advisers at least once each year, and attend Region Guiding Development meetings as and when required.
Commissioner Support Adviser
The Commissioner Support Adviser will provide assistance to all of our commissioners, enabling them to feel empowered, informed and confident in their roles. The successful applicant will have previous experience as a commissioner, be a team player and a great communicator. They'll develop and manage support systems at a regional level, ensure that counties are aware of the commissioner induction process, develop and embed a range of blended training opportunities, and positively promote the mentoring of new commissioners.