Crawley Scouts are looking for the next volunteer District Commissioner to lead Scouting locally. Full details available by clicking here. Could this be you?

District Commissioner

  • Leader
  • Crawley

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We are on the search for our new District Commissioner.

In a nutshell, a District Commissioner (team) needs to:

  • Inspire and enthuse people
  • Apply strategic thinking to a challenge
  • Build and lead a team of key volunteers
  • Be resourceful and energetic
  • Believe passionately about developing young people and volunteers

The role is both rewarding and challenging, providing an opportunity to develop yourself and those around you. There will be opportunities to meet young people and adults from all walks of life, whose lives have been changed by Scouting. Working with the wider District team you’ll inspire, support and develop local scout groups to grow and deliver even more exciting and adventurous activities for more young people.

This role can be shared within a small team.

Core Skills

  • You’ll need to be an effective manager, with good communication skills and able to build relationships with a broad range of people.
  • You should have good IT skills and access to your own computer.
  • You should be prepared to attend evening meetings locally (approx. 5 to 10 per month) and undertake other tasks from home at a time that suits you.
  • Approximate time commitment between 6 and 15 hours per week.

To enquire about this volunteer role please email your details to

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