Assistant Section Leader - New Scout Troop

posted Nov 19, 2015, 5:43 AM by Kidlington Scout Group   [ updated Apr 25, 2016, 4:51 AM ]
We're recruiting several Assistant Section Leaders (ASLs) for a new Scout Section (10-14 year olds). 

Who should apply?
Anyone can apply - enthusiasm and willingness is much more important than Scouting experience.

What is involved?
  • Helping the Section Leader to plan and run weekly meetings, with the help and support of other leaders and members of Kidlington Scout Group.
  • Attending Leaders meetings every two months.
  • Ensure young people get the chance to participate in the Scout Association's award scheme.
Where and when?
Meetings will be held at our large HQ in Blenheim Road, Kidlington. Day and time to be confirmed. 
We also have a fantastic boating base in Wolvercote.

How will I be supported?
Our Scout Group has a strong support team that enables our leaders to concentrate on doing what they do best: leading their units.
In addition to the support team, we have many experienced leaders in our existing Beaver, Cub, Scout and Explorer Units who are on hand to help.
Training can be provided as required.

Think you might be interested, but need to know more?
Contact our Group Scout Leader, Andrew Innes at for a chat or to visit one of our units. 

Read the full role description for an Assistant Section Leader

For detailed information about each of the Scout family sections, visit the national website and follow the 'New to Scouting' link.