The ideal candidate will work out of their home in Collier County and our office in Fort Myers, Florida.
District Executive | Professional Scouter
Each District within the Southwest Florida Council is assigned a
District Executive from the Council staff. The ideal candidate would
reside in Collier County.
Alligator District Executive : Would support Collier County.
A Career in Scouting:
The Boy Scouts of America provides a program for young people that
builds desirable qualities of character, trains in responsibilities of
participating citizenship, and develops personal fitness. Scouting
serves more than three million young men and women in every part of the
country through some three hundred forty local council service centers.
Professional Executives have the responsibility for working with
volunteer committees and community leaders to identify, recruit, train,
guide and inspire them to become involved in youth programs.
The District Executive is an entry-level
position that has responsibilities that are broad and varied. Duties
include promoting, supervising, and working through adult volunteers
including parents and community leaders. Different aspects of the
Sales: The executive is responsible through volunteers for
extending District's career education program to schools, religious,
civic, fraternal, educational, or other community-based organizations.
Service: The professional staff provides quality service through timely communication, regular meetings, training events and activities.
Fundraising: Working with volunteers, professionals recruit
leadership for the Friends of Scouting and fund-raising campaign efforts
to meet the financial needs of the council.
Administration: The District Executive administers the Scouting Program in the assigned District service area.
Public Relations: The District Executives must be a good role
model and must recognize the importance of good working relationships
with other professionals and with volunteers. Scouting depends on
community support and acceptance. Professional leaders must have good
communication skills and be able to tell Scouting's story to the public.