Since 1910, Scouting has helped mold the future leaders of this country by combining educational activities and lifelong values with fun. The Boy Scouts of America believes and understands that helping youth puts us on a path towards a more conscientious, responsible, and productive society.
The role of a district executive is to provides leadership to the achievement of the council’s philosophy, mission, and strategy, and to its annual objectives and goals within a geographical territory. The district executive acts as the operational officer of the district accepting responsibility for the success or failure of a specific share of the enterprise. They work through a volunteer board to conducts fundraising campaigns and secures donations, to sustain and grow youth and adult membership, and to recruit, train and oversees volunteers to deliver Scouting programs through community partners.
- Have a willingness and ability to devote long and irregular hours to achieve council and district objectives.
- Achieve progress towards specific goals and objectives which include fundraising, membership recruitment and retention, volunteer recruitment and training, and program development.
- Secure adequate financial support for programs in assigned area. Achieve net income and participation objectives for assigned camps and activities.
- Be responsible for extending programs to religious, civic, fraternal, educational, and other community-based organizations through volunteers.
- Work with a volunteer board of directors and other community and business leaders to identify, recruit, train, guide, and inspire them to become involved in youth programs.
- Recruit leadership for finance campaign efforts to meet the financial needs of the organization.
- Collaborate with adult volunteers and oversee achievement of training for their respective role.
- Ensure that all program sites are served through volunteers, regular leader meetings, training events and activities.
- Be a good role model and recognize the importance of working relationships with other professionals and volunteers. The executive must have communication skills and be able to explain the program’s goals and objectives to the public.
- Provide quality service through timely communication, regular meetings, training events and activities.
Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university (transcript with the date degree conferred stated is required for employment).
- Committed to personal and professional productivity, while maintaining high ethical and professional working standards.
- Self-motivated individual with solid time management skills and strong organizational skills in management, budgeting, and planning.
- Non-profit, fundraising or sales experience is a plus.
- Strong marketing, fund-raising and program development background is highly desired.
- Must be comfortable with public speaking and interacting with diverse audiences. Excellent people skills, enthusiastic, punctual, responsible, and creative.
- Must be willing to accept and meet the Boy Scout of America’s leadership and membership standards and subscribe to the Scout Oath and Law.
- Attained 21 years of age or older unless prohibited by any applicable law.
- Ability to work varied hours when necessary, evening activities and weekend work is frequently required to achieve positive objectives.
- Ability to travel for training at least once a year for one to two weeks.
- Offers for employment are subject to criminal, reference and motor vehicle background checks
All councils are equal opportunity employers. In addition to offering a competitive salary, Professional Scouting offers benefits to include major medical, prescription coverage, dental, vision, life-insurance, long-term disability, accidental death and a defined benefit retirement plan. We also offer generous vacation policy and holiday observances.
How to apply: Qualified candidates must submit a resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. Only the most qualified candidates will be contacted.