Youth Leader Positions
Scouts of First Class rank and higher are required to hold a position of responsibility to continue their rank advancement. Descriptions of each position can be found at https://troopleader.scouting.org/troop-positions/
Adult Leader Positions
Scoutmaster – With the aid of the Assistant Scout Masters, is responsible for the safe and educational execution of activities and events / Leads weekly meetings / Leads monthly PLC meetings. Assures that all duties and responsibilities are filled and carried out by appropriate scouts and volunteer parents / Attends monthly Council meetings. / Attends monthly Troop Committee meetings.
Assistant Scoutmaster – Assist Scoutmaster and Senior Patrol Leader in running meetings / assist scouts with advancement / Organize and attend at least two monthly campouts/travel events / Organize and attend at least one monthly local activity event.
Adult Quartermaster – See that Troop gear is properly maintained and accounted for / Propose new equipment needs to the Troop Committee.
Outdoor Chair – Manages logistics for troop outings and activities, including site reservations.
Fundraising Coordinator (Popcorn) – Coordinate the Troop fundraising activities associated with the annual popcorn sale / Attend monthly Troop Committee meetings.
Christmas Tree Sales Scheduler – Coordinate the Troop fundraising activities associated with the Christmas Tree Sale / Attend monthly Troop Committee meetings.
Recruitment Coordinator – Serve as a liaison with Webelos Dens in the area and spearhead recruitment / Welcome new scout families / Attend monthly Troop Committee meetings.
Advancement Coordinator – Keep advancement Records / Order, pickup, and package Scout recognition awards / Attend monthly Troop Committee meetings/Coordinate semiannual Courts of Honor and Eagle Courts of Honor.
Webmaster – Maintain a unit website, send reminders of upcoming events / Create and update and informational brochure for prospective new scouts.
Special Events and Service Projects Coordinator – Coordinate community and civic outreach/Identify potential Eagle Projects/ Arrange parade participation / Cemetery Flag Raising / Other activities / Attend monthly Troop Committee meetings.
Records Coordinator and Historian/Librarian – Keep a record of all completed physical forms / Maintain a file of frequently used forms / Maintain a unit library of merit badge pamphlets and other resources / List all material available for use / Maintain a file of Eagle projects.
Mid-Adventure Coordinator – Research, plan, coordinate logistics, make reservations, and attend activities for a summer mid adventure trip geared primarily toward scouts too young (10-13 yrs.) for the high adventure trip. This will require a weekend and 2 missed days from work for the trip (4 days total).
High Adventure Coordinator – Research, plan, coordinate logistics, make reservations, and attend activities for a summer high adventure trip geared toward older scouts ages 14-18, (Philmont, canoe trip, etc.). Requires 10-12 days absence from work and extensive travel.
Board of Review Coordinator – Establish times, enlists the aid of parents and coordinates attendance for scout reviews. Usually once per month or about 8 times per year.
Committee Chairperson – Chairs monthly Troop Committee meetings / Acts as a liaison with church sponsoring organization and with District Council / Prepares and submits annual charter and collects annual fees.
Eagle Scout Coordinator – Attend monthly Troop Committee meeting. / Encourage and advise Life Scouts with Eagle Projects.
Treasurer – Attend monthly Troop Committee meetings / Help with budgeting, collection, and payment of funds for the troop.