Executive Committee Members
Outline: The Group Executive Committee plays a vital role in the running of a Scout Group. Executive Committees make decisions and carry out administrative tasks to ensure that the best quality Scouting can be delivered to young people in the Group.
Executive Committee members contribute to the running of the Group, by providing administrative support, strategic direction, compliance with relevant legislation and completion of the duties set out in The Scout Associationís Policy, Organisation and Rules.
Responsible to: The relevant Scout Council.
Appointment requirements: Must successfully complete the appointment process (including acceptable personal enquiries and acceptance of The Scout Association's policies).
General Executive Committee responsibilities:
- To be a full and active participant in Executive Committee meetings and activities.
- To uphold the responsibilities of an Executive Committee as outlined in The Scout Associationís Policy Organisation and Rules.
- Willingness and eligibility to act as a Charity Trustee for the Group.
- Contribute to the strategic aims and future development of the Group.
- An understanding of their own role, and the role of others on the Executive Committee.
- A commitment to understanding and forming opinions on the key discussion points and responsibilities ofthe Executive Committee.
- Willingness to complete various tasks which support the work of the Executive Committee and the aimsof the Group.
Skills for an Executive Committee Member:
- Ability to work as part of a team
- Strong communication skills
- Able to think creatively and solve problems
- Able to handle and resolve conflict effectively
- Willing to speak oneís mind and listen to the views of others
- Able to maintain independent and objective judgement
- Willing to actively design and contribute to the strategic vision of the Group.
- Willingness to take decisions which will further the work of the Group.
Other tasks agreed with the Line Manager