Youth Media Team Camp Leader (Girlguiding)

Job Title:Youth Media Team Camp Leader (Girlguiding)
Reporting to:Youth Media Team Manager

Role Overview

This role will be responsible, along with the Scout Nights Away Permit holder, for the Youth Media Team camping area and the welfare of the Youth Media Team.

  • Must be over 18 and hold the Girlguiding Going Away Licence for Rangers – Modules 1-4 and 8
  • Be responsible for setting up the camping area for the Youth Media Team in conjunction with the Scout Nights Away Campsite Permit holder.
  • Be an active part of the wider Communications Team and help and support the team members whilst at camp
  • Ensure Youth Media Team members are fulfilling their roles and are on shift at the designated time and in the correct attire.
  • Look after the welfare of the Youth Media Team
  • Work with the Youth Media Team to provide entertainment/activities for their down time
  • The team will be catered for, so catering does not form part of this role, although you will need to ensure everyone is eating regularly
  • Attend the Youth Media Team Training Weekend in early 2024
  • To support and plan the running of any team meetings and presentations where relevant.
  • Regular communication with the Youth Media Team Manager providing updates to the Senior Leadership Team when needed.

Person Specification

  • Good decision-making skills, and the ability to problem solve when needed.
  • Outstanding communication and negotiation abilities.
  • Excellent organisational and planning skills.

Skills / Qualifications Required for role

  • Experience in leading a group of youth participants at a large jamboree or event.
  • Experience in managing a team of volunteers


  • To hold a valid Scout Association DBS check
  • To undertake any relevant training you are requested to complete, including but not limited to Health & Safety and Safeguarding
  • To undertake any role / work which may be required by your department head
  • When requested, to assist in the smooth and safe running of the camp as a whole. This may include tasks not normally associated with your department
  • Able to work collaboratively with a team
  • Friendly and approachable

The ability to have fun!!