Dundee District Scout Council

ADC (Beavers)


We are now looking for applications / nominations / Suggestions by email for this role. 

If you would like to apply for the role or would like to nominate someone then please email samantha.  Role description is below.


ADC Beavers - Role Description

Outline: To work in partnership with District Commissioner to ensure that effective operation of the Beaver Scout Section in their District in accordance with the rules as laid down in POR of The Scout Association.

Responsible for: District Leaders

Responsible to: District Commissioner 

Main Contacts: RC, DCs, other ADCs, District and Regional Advisers, District Administrator, SHQ, ADC (Beaver Scouts) from other Districts, GirlGuiding UK, Schools and other local Youth Organisations. 

Appointment Requirements: To understand and accept The Scout Association’s policies, have a satisfactory CRB Clearance, Completion of Wood Badge, which includes the Section Supporter Modules as detailed in the Adult’s Personal File and The Scout Association’s Adult Training Scheme.

General / Main Tasks

  • Ensure purpose, method, policies and programme are carried out throughout the Section in the District
  • Assist GSLs in the encouragement of all Leaders in the Section to provide a balanced programme
  • Co-operate with DC to support all Leaders and Commissioners in matters relating to the Section and its Leaders
  • Promote and encourage the Section in the implementation of all policies of The Scout Association, especially the key policies as laid down in Chapter 2 of POR
  • Liaise with District Administrators
  • Maintain a working relationship with DC, other ADC (Beaver Scouts) and other Commissioners within the District
  • Work in partnership with DC in the management of the District and the Section’s
    programme and activities 
  • Maintain contact relevant to the Section age group with in the local community
  • Promote the Section’s Scouting to the local Community
  • Support the DC in the development of the District


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