Admin support roles

Make sure things get done in your area. These behind-the-scenes roles provide essential support for local guiding

From accounts to keeping parents up-to-date, admin roles are at the heart of guiding

Share your professional skills and work as part of team of volunteers who are dedicated to keeping things running in your area.

These roles are suited to volunteers with previous experience of guiding.

Administrator

Make an important contribution to the smooth running of your local Unit, District, Division or County Team as Administrator.

Administrator role description.

Secretary

This is a role for people who get things done. When you volunteer as Secretary, you'll use your communication and organisational skills to support volunteers, parents and girls.

Secretary role description.

Assistant Secretary

With your knack for talking to people and working in a team, you'll be the natural choice to help out the Secretary in your Unit, District, Division or County Team.

Assistant Secretary role description.

Treasurer

Use your excellent financial and organisational skills to make sure there is enough money to keep guiding happening in your area.

Treasurer role description.

Assistant Treasurer

Support your local Treasurer by keeping accurate financial records and ensuring your unit has money for both everyday costs and special events.

Assistant Treasurer role description.

District Assistant

Put your excellent organisational skills to good use as a District Assistant. You'll provide administrative support to your local guiding District Team and District Commissioner.

District Assistant role description.

Volunteer Shop Manager

Run a volunteer shop selling clothes and equipment for guiding. This role is a chance to meet some wonderful girls, volunteers and parents and to raise money for your area.

Volunteer Shop Manager role description.