County Job Opportunities – Volunteers

County Job Opportunities – Volunteers2022-02-19T13:14:14+00:00

The following county opportunities are available. There are lots of benefits of being a volunteer, you can gain valuable skills and experience. As well as helping to equip you with the skills that many companies look for, volunteering as part of a structured volunteer programme can expose you to a range of core workplace activities, including communication, line management, teamwork and using your initiative. Girlguiding is a great way of making new friends, developing your confidence, learning a new skill. Nothing beats the feeling of satisfaction when a girl accomplishes something new.

It also looks great on your CV. Click here to see howClick on the Job Titles or picture below to see Role Description

County Growth and Retention Adviser

Could this be the role for you? We are looking for an enthusiastic person or group of people to lead plans for membership growth and retention and be part of a new Midland Region Team,

The plans will engage members and promote guiding in a positive manner whilst actively supporting recruitment and retention of adults and reducing the length of time girls spend on waiting lists.

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County Peer Educator

Co-ordinator

As a 4 (Peer Education) coordinator you will work collaboratively with other team members to promote and support peer education in your area, organising appropriate training and coordinating relevant administrative processes in order to support the smooth running of the programme.

You should be enthusiastic about how girls and young women can benefit from delivering and participating in peer education, and enjoy inspiring young members to become part of it.

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Section Advisers

We would like to appoint County Section Advisers for each of our groups – we are still looking for

Brownies & Rangers

Could this be the role for you?  Get in touch if you would like to find out more.

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PR Adviser

PR Advisers give advice to the team on issues around promoting guiding in local media, using promotional materials and developing external relationships. Advisers are responsible for maintaining communications with the central PR Team at HQ, and for supporting other Communications and PR Advisers in their Country/Region or County.

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