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New Team UK structure and new appointments

Team UK is a group of volunteers that provides leadership and management across UK Scouting, alongside supporting specialised areas. As we lead up to the roll out of our new strategy on 15 May we have made some changes to how Team UK is structured, including some new roles that will help us focus on the key pillars of work in our new five year plan for Scouting. Team UK, along with the respective teams who report into this group, will play a key part in leading the delivery of this strategy across the UK.

You can see the new Team UK structure.

We are pleased to announce some new appointments into the new Team UK structure that will come in to effect from 1 May 2018.

UK Commissioner Programme – Delivery – Graeme Hamilton
Graeme will provide strategic direction and enable the implementation and maintenance of a quality youth programme to help support the increase of young people involved in UK Scouting. 
 
UK Commissioner People – Amir Cheema
Amir will lead the development and delivery of a comprehensive ‘people strategy’ for volunteers in Scouting with a focus on increasing the number of adults involved in UK Scouting.

UK Commissioner Perception – Caroline Ledger
Caroline will help shape the development and delivery of a programme around improving Scouting’s perception and ensuing that adult volunteers have the tools and resources they need to communicate the benefits of Scouting to a wider audience.

UK Commissioner Inclusion – Tom Milson
Tom will lead the development and delivery of a comprehensive inclusion strategy for volunteers in Scouting, with a focus on a more diverse membership and creating better links with community leaders.

We are currently recruiting for the following roles (further details are available online):

UK Commissioner Programme – Assurance
To lead the strategic development of the youth programme (the curriculum and compliance) with the outcome of increasing the number of young people involved in UK Scouting. 

Volunteer Head of Curriculum
To lead the development of the youth programme (the curriculum) with the outcome of increasing the number of young people involved in UK Scouting.  This will include programme themes of outdoor, adventure, world, and skills and reflects the World Youth Programme Policy.

Volunteer Head of Events Delivery
The Head of Events and Delivery is responsible for supporting high quality events in the UK, and for Scouts visiting events overseas. They will support the delivery of fantastic and high quality opportunities for young people to participate in adventures, trips and expeditions overseas, including UK contingents to world events and broadening opportunities for young people to participate in trips/expedition abroad. Supporting the delivery of UK national events such as the National Scout Service at Windsor, Pride, the annual Thanksgiving Service and Scout representation at Government and Royal events.

 

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