Posted: Thu 23rd Feb 2023

Connah’s Quay Scout Group urgently looking to fill Secretary vacancy so it can keep operating

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Thursday, Feb 23rd, 2023

The 1st Connah’s Quay Scout Group is urgently looking to fill the vital role of Secretary.

This position is crucial to the Scout Group and provides an “excellent opportunity to contribute to the local community in a meaningful way.”

A spokesperson for the Central Park-based Group said the position “must be filled” in order for them to continue operating.

The Secretary’s duties include providing administrative support to the Executive Committee, working closely with the Chair to set agendas, taking accurate meeting minutes, and maintaining precise records for the administration of the Group.

Additionally, the Secretary must ensure the safety and security of records, communicate with the Executive Committee and relevant Scout Council, and prepare appropriate administration for the Annual General Meeting.

The group spokesperson said: “The role is voluntary and full training will be given.”

As a member of the Executive Committee, the successful candidate will participate fully and actively in meetings and activities, follow The Scout Association’s Policy Organisation and Rules, and help shape the group’s future direction and growth.

The Scout Group requires the Secretary to have strong organisational and communication skills, the ability to work as part of a team, good IT skills, and the ability to summarize information for different audiences.

The group emphasizes that there is no specific time commitment apart from the monthly meeting, and interested individuals can send a message or email to [email protected].

The Scout Group also has other available roles and notes that all positions can be shared and split between numerous volunteers.

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