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Find the job that's right for you. Find full and part time jobs on this site when they are available. Bring your varied life experiences, education, and perspective, and in return you will have an opportunity to combine those skills and experiences in a career that  values and respects others.

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Program Specialists
The after-school Scouting Delivery team, also known as ScoutReach, functions as an extention of the Quanah Parker District in an effort to deliver the Scouting program at select locations to further the Mission of the Boy Scouts of America and the Golden Spread Council. The primary job responsibility of the Program Specialist will be delivering pre-planned Scouting activities to elementary age boys in an after-school format. Meetings take place in Elementary School cafeterias and other community locations. You must be at least 18 years of age with a valid drivers license and insurance, be responsible, have good communication skills, be punctual, and serve as a consistent role model for the boys and exemplify the Scout Oath and Scout Law.


Our daily programs operate Monday thru Friday from 3:00pm until 8:00pm daily, with some locations releasing earlier. Our delivery specialists average 12-15 hours each week, which includes program delivery on site as well as planning and check-point meetings with management. If you’re ready to help make a difference in the community, then we encourage you to apply.

Applications are accepted at the Scout Service Center located at 401 Tascosa Rd, in Amarillo, Monday thru Friday 8:30am-5:30pm. 

For more information contact Brian Lamirande at Brian.Lamirande@Scouting.org or call 806-220-9158. 

Additional information on the ScoutReach after-school Scouting program please visit the Quanah Parker District webpage, link here.

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Professional Scouters

What Professional Scouters Do

Several thousand commissioned professional Scouters lead, guide, and facilitate the efforts of more than a million adult volunteers on whom Scouting depends on to carry out its mission. It is the job of the commissioned professional Scouter to inspire, recruit, train, and support the BSA's volunteers, in addition to working with community leaders and rallying public support for Scouting's activities.

Responsibilities

The commissioned professional Scouter in a beginning management position is assigned to a district or service area within a local council. Your district or service area is sustained and successful through your ability to promote, supervise, and work with local volunteers. If you have skills in human relations, public relations, marketing, fundraising, finance, accounting, business management, or sales, then you should consider taking the opportunity to become a commissioned professional in a local council of the Boy Scouts of America.

Compensation and Benefits

We offer a number of practical benefits for professional staffers. In fact, the BSA offers a benefits package considered to be among the best in the nonprofit sector. The package includes major medical, dental, vision, and prescription coverage in addition to long-term disability, accident, and life insurance, and a retirement plan. The starting salary in this beginning management position is more than $35,000 annually.

Qualifications

  • Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university
  • United States citizenship or declared intention to become a U.S. citizen
  • Adult-must have attained age 21 unless that requirement is prohibited by any applicable law
  • People-oriented, having the ability to work well with adult volunteers, community and business leaders, and representatives of other organizations
  • Able to work varied hours when necessary to achieve positive objectives
  • Believe in the BSA and subscribe to its principles and standards

No Openings

For More Information

For more information regarding possible openings contact the Golden Spread Council directly.
Golden Spread Council
Boy Scouts of America
401 Tascosa Rd.
Amarillo, TX 79124
Phone (806) 358-6500
Fax (806) 358-6500
Email GoldenSpreadCouncil@Scouting.org
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