Scoutreach program specialists

Position and Organization Overview

Scoutreach provides on-site Scouting activities at various locations in Lucas County, on average 10-20 (based on availability). Scoutreach specialists is a seasonal position. These individuals deliver the Scouting program in accordance with the Scout Oath and Law, while working in a team dynamic and providing excellent communication and customer service. Seasonal paid specialists positions are available and Semester Internships are available.

 

Internships

Scoutreach District welcomes currently enrolled students seeking experience to apply for a semester internship. Interns are expected to serve a minimum of 20 hours weekly and will receive a semester stipend. The following majors/minors/degree programs are invited to apply: Business, business administration, business management, social work, early education, education, education administration, human resources, public health, communication, health and wellness and other similar programs. Interested students are encouraged to submit their resume via Email (Artisha.Lawson@scouting.org). Scoutreach interns have the unique opportunity to schedule a one-on-one career conversation after a successful internship. This conversation will explore all Boy Scout career opportunities Nation wide.

  • Currently accepting candidates for Fall 2017 and Spring 2018 Interns.
  • Primary Roles:
    • Complete position specific trainings, offered on-line.
    • Learn the weekly lesson plans and monthly program objectives, also keep up with program supplies and submit timely requests.
    • Maintain attendance at each assigned site (paper form and Google Drive); Maintain activity summary (paper form).
    • Demonstrate good time management, respond timely to electronic communication and phone messages.
    • Design, promote and turn in District activities at assigned program sites.
    • Support assigned specialists with data entry, program documentation, program prep, and District popcorn sales.
    • Support District volunteer meetings and attend weekly Specialist meetings.
    • Spend one day per week focusing on program evaluation and development, sales calls and new unit visits, relationship building, social media marketing, and networking.
    • Gmail account required.

Application Process

Candidates for seasonal specialists positions and/or internships are required to submit a resume via Email, and wait for a confirmation Email. Candidates that meet minimum requirements will be invited to submit an appliation, complete an interview, and complete the Adult BSA application (background check). 

Seasonal Specialists Employment Opportunities

  • Scoutreach is currently accepting applications for six (6) seasonal Specialists beginning September 2017.
  • Starting rate of pay is $8.15 (maximum 20 hours weekly); Educators and experienced Boy Scouts begin at hirer rate.
  • Primary Roles:
    • Complete position specific trainings, offered on-line.
    • Learn the weekly lesson plans and monthly program objectives, also keep up with program supplies and submit timely requests.
    • Maintain attendance at each assigned site (paper form and Google Drive); Maintain activity summary (paper form).
    • Demonstrate good time management, respond timely to electronic communication and phone messages.
    • Attend required evening/weekend obligations:
      • Popcorn training, August 22, 7p
      • Halloween party registration, 4 hours (October 28th or October 29th)
      • University of Scouting, November 4, 8a-12p
      • District Popcorn Distribution, December (TBD)
      • District Camporee (April 4th and April 5th) 9a-5p
      • Weekly Specialists Meetings (Wednesday, evenings)

File Name Description
District Program Calendar Download