Volunteer vacancies

Division commissioners

Do you have what it takes to move Girlguiding forward across a whole division, whilst leading a dedicated team?

The division commissioner role can be done as a job share with the option of a division team created to enable delegation of some of the commissioner tasks.

North, Stevenage, and West division commissioners

3 fantastic opportunities to influence and create real change have become available and we are looking for division commissioners in the following areas:

  • North division - covering Baldock, Hitchin, Letchworth, Royston and Stotfold.
  • Stevenage division - covering Knebworth, Stevenage East, Stevenage North, Stevenage Pin Green and Stevenage South. Apply before 21 June.
  • West division - covering Berkhamsted, Hemel Hempstead North East, Hemel Hempstead North West, Hemel Hempstead South, Kings Langley and Tring

Make a positive difference to others and improve opportunities for girls and young women.

Further details of what the role entails can be found below.

Please apply via [email protected]

Role description for North, Stevenage, and West division commissioners

County team

We have fantastic volunteers who look to the county team for guidance, support and vision. We are looking for new lead volunteers to fully embrace the programme, spread passion and enthusiasm for guiding to help the county move forward.

County training administration lead volunteer

We are looking for a new county training administration lead volunteer to identify training needs and organise relevant courses for our volunteers, as well as supporting trainers within Hertfordshire county.

Holding the Girlguiding trainer qualification would be beneficial but is not essential.

You can find out more about what the role entails below and apply via [email protected].

Role description for County training administration lead volunteer

County environment and sustainability lead volunteer

This exciting new county role has been created to help reduce our environmental impact and work to make all properties within Girlguiding Hertfordshire more sustainable and environmentally friendly (with a special focus on the county centre).

You should be passionate about the environment and be able to think analytically and critically in order to suggest ways to reduce our environmental impact and create a strategic plan. Previous experience in a similar role and knowledge of environmental law would be beneficial but is not essential.

You can find out more about what the role entails below and apply via [email protected].

Role description for County environment and sustainability lead volunteer

County outdoor administration volunteer

Our outdoor team are looking for a well organised individual to provide administrative support to the county outdoor lead volunteer and team. This newly created role would suit someone with a love of the outdoors whilst possessing excellent administration skills. You will play a vital role in the team, ensuring events are organised and advertised efficiently and effectively.

Why not take a look at the outdoor activities webpage to see what the team currently provides. If this role is of interest, you can find out more below and apply via [email protected].

Role description for County outdoor administration volunteer

County walking lead volunteer

We are very fortunate to have an active and successful county walking team who organise social walks and weekends away, help our leaders run unit events, and assist those working towards their Girlguiding walking scheme qualifications, to name just a few.

We are looking for a new county walking lead volunteer. Do you have a passion for adventurous walking and walking related activities and feel you could inspire and lead the county walking team?

You can find out more about what the role entails below and apply via [email protected].

Role description for County walking lead volunteer

County walking administration volunteer

Our walking team are looking for an organised individual to provide administrative support.

With so many exciting walking events offered throughout the year the team require someone who is efficient and self-motivated to assist in making events run smoothly and successfully.

This role is ideal for someone who loves the outdoors and has excellent organisational skills. Find out more about what the role entails below and apply via [email protected]. You can also find out more about the walking team on their dedicated walking webpage.

Role description for County walking administration volunteer

County Duke of Edinburgh Award lead volunteer

With our current county Duke of Edinburgh Award lead volunteer’s role coming to an end later this year, we are looking to recruit her successor.

Acting as the main point of contact for members undertaking, or looking to start, the Duke of Edinburgh Award (DofE) through guiding, within Hertfordshire county. You would be responsible for organising training and assessed expeditions for Bronze Award, supported by the county walking team, as well as liaise with other counties for Silver and Gold Award expeditions.

To apply for this role you must be aged over 18 years and it would be beneficial to have previously completed the DofE Award or have demonstrable knowledge of the DofE programme (Bronze, Silver and Gold), hold the Going Away with licence including the camping module as well as having walking experience.

You can find out more about what the role entails below and apply via [email protected].

Role description for County Duke of Edinburgh Award lead volunteer

County Inspire administration volunteer

Our county Inspire team is growing to support the 18-30 network in Hertfordshire.

This newly created role would suit an enthusiastic, well organised individual who would play a key part in supporting the Inspire team. Help shape how volunteers within the county can become more connected and involved.

Dealing predominantly with administrative tasks, you would also have the opportunity to be involved in creating exciting events and activities for the Inspire audience. Creative skills would be beneficial to help build the Inspire Hertfordshire brand.

You can find out more about what the role entails below and apply via [email protected].

Role description for County Inspire administration volunteer

Trainers

Covering Hertfordshire*, regional trainers specialising in 1st response courses are essential to giving our members the skills they need to conduct their Guiding responsibilities.

1st reponse trainers

Anglia training team are looking for qualified first aiders who would like to become Girlguiding specialist 1st response trainers.

Would you like to pass on your knowledge and experience to other volunteers?

As a Girlguiding trainer you will be supported with the aid of a tutor, through your flexible learning and provided with resources to acquire the skills to become a vital role model. You will then specialise on the delivery of first aid in a practical environment, ensuring excellence and consistency by delivering high quality first aid courses to Girlguiding’s syllabus requirements.

If you are interested in this vital role you can find out more and apply via email [email protected]

*You may be asked to assist with training volunteers from other counties within the Anglia region.