District Lead Volunteer(s) - Royal Greenwich Scouts

As Scouts we are great at achieving big things from next to nothing. A scout district which has a lot happening and lots of people pulling together, often achieves amazing things. Setting the tone and scope of how this is done is down to the district leadership team which is lead by the district lead volunteer. The district lead volunteer creates a team which empowers people to do and make things happen. Look at the last big district event – what made it the success it was? Yes, lots of people doing many small things which contribute to a huge sense of pride.

The search is on for a new district lead volunteer for Royal Greenwich Scouts, and we are looking for someone (or a couple of people), who love motivating others to achieve great things. Is this you? Or do you know someone who excels in doing this?

Over the last decade the emphasis of a district’s support to its groups and units has become an important part of successful scouting. Building effective teams is important at every level and many of our successes can be directly attributed to our strong county, districts, groups and units which work together to make scouting happen!

Members of Royal Greenwich District

Royal Greenwich Scouts has extra-ordinary people doing amazing things for the young people across the borough. And lets not forget that Royal Greenwich Scouts is the largest provided of 'youth services' in the Royal Borough of Greenwich.

Why not take a look at the information pack, after all what have you got to lose!


We welcome nominations and expressions of interest from everyone. It’s important for you to have your say and suggest talented individuals, who may be able to take Royal Greenwich forward to achieve lots more adventure and fun.


Click here to download the role information pack

Lead Volunteer - Royal Greenwich District

Express your interest

Click here to register your interest
(to apply for the role)



Click here to complete the nomination form
(to nominate someone for the role)