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Adult Troop Positions

Boy Scouts is a Boy run program and it needs lots of support to make it go. Boy participants, parent support, community involvement, just to name a few.
Boy Scouts is a fun program.  Adults, come join in the fun and support a worthwhile program that teaches boys leadership, respect and citizenship.

Where to jump in? There are lots of places to lend a hand and a variety of areas to support. 
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NumberPositionJob DescriptionDescription of ResponsibilitiesVolunteer
NumberPositionJob DescriptionDescription of ResponsibilitiesVolunteer
01 Chairperson On-GoingLead the troop committee meetings.  Richard Sea 
02 Scoutmaster Leader responsible for the image and program of the troop. Works directly with the scouts. Must be at least 21 years of age.  * Train and guide boy leaders. * Work with other responsible adults to bring Scouting to boys.* Use the methods of Scouting to achieve the aims of Scouting. * Meet regularly with the patrol leaders' council for training and coordination in planning troop activities. * Attend all troop meetings or, when necessary, arrange for a qualified adult substitute. * Attend troop committee meetings. * Take part in annual membership inventory and uniform inspection, charter review meeting, and charter presentation. * Conduct Scoutmaster conferences for all rank advancements. * Provide a systematic recruiting plan for new members and see that they are promptly registered. * Delegate responsibility to other adults and groups (assistants, troop committee) so that they have a real part in troop operations. * Supervise troop elections for Order of the Arrow. * Make it possible for each Scout to experience at least 10 days and nights of camping each year. * Participate in council and district events. * Build a strong program by using proven methods presented in Scouting literature. * Conduct all activities under qualified leadership, safe conditions, and the policies of the chartered organization and the Boy Scouts of America.  Duane Little 
03 Assistant Scoutmasters Serve in the Scoutmasters absence.  Supervises the troop when the scoutmaster is absent.  Supervises the troop meetings so the scoutmaster can conduct scout conferences.  Helps run monthly PLC’s  Helps coordinate other scoutmasters. Perform specific program duties as assigned by the scoutmaster  Ed Olson 
04 First Year Assistant Conduct the first year program for the troop.  Review requirements for new scouts to reach First Class.  Organize Troop Guides for each meeting. Use Troop Guides and assistance to implement the first year program Track Troop guide progress on teaching new scouts   Ed Olson 
05 Advancement Coordinator  Encourage scouts to advance in rank. Coordinate boards of review.  Encourage Scouts to advance in rank.  Work with the troop scribe to maintain all Scout advancement records.  Arrange quarterly troop boards of review and courts of honor.  Develop and maintain a merit badge counselor list.  Make a prompt report on the correct form to the council service center when a troop board of review is held. Secure badges and certificates.  Work with the troop librarian to build and maintain a troop library of merit badge pamphlets and other advancement literature.  Report to the troop committee at each meeting.  Jennifer Olson 
06 Camping Coordinator Be the link between camps and the troop. Ensure proper reservations and payments are made on time.  Help in securing permission to use camping sites.  Contact camps to inquire about price and space availability.  Prepare outing information handouts and permission slips.  Make reservations and ensure proper payments are made.  Ensure a monthly outdoor program.  Promote the National Camping Award.  Promote, through family meetings, attendance at troop campouts, camporees, and summer camp to reach the goal of an outing per month.  Secure tour permits for all troop activities.  Report to the troop committee at each meeting.   
07 Scouting For Food Coordinator    Plan and coordinate troop participation in the annual scouting for food program.  Coordinate with the council scouting for food coordinator.  Christina Herriage 
08 Clothing Coordinator  Oversee the ordering of Troop shirts, hats, and sweatshirts.  Maintain, in an orderly fashion, the inventory of uniform components that have been donated to the troop.  Bring the "Clothes Closet" to parent meetings.  Trudy Hall 
09 Court of Honor Coordinator  Help plan and carry out courts of honor.  Work with the Scoutmaster to plan and coordinate courts of honor as needed. Duties may include, but are not limited to:  Arrange event location.  Purchase, set up and take down decorations.  Purchase and serve light refreshments.  Set up and put away chairs and tables.  Event clean-up.  Cindy Consolver, Laurie Hooper 
10 Den Chief Coordinator  Recruit and organize Den Chiefs for Cub Scout Packs.  Work with the Cub Scout liaisons to determine their need/desire for Den Chiefs.  Recruit the required number of Den Chiefs from the troop.  Provide names of Den Chiefs to troop committee.  Ensure that Den Chiefs receive appropriate training prior to working with the cubs.  Maintain contact with the Den leaders and Den Chiefs on a monthly basis to identify and work out any problems.  Promote Den Chief Award and assist boys in earning it.  Report to the troop committee at each meeting.   
11 Friends of Scouting (FOS) Coordinator  annual FOS fund drive  Contact the district FOS presenter to schedule the annual presentation for the troop.  Follow up with families that were not able to attend the FOS presentation.  Be the troop contact for any FOS business or questions.   
12  Recruiting Coordinator  Be the link between our troop and cub scout packs  Contact the pack committee chairperson or Cubmaster to gain permission to attend their committee meetings.  Attend monthly pack committee meetings, providing information on things of interest to the pack such as Webelo to Scout transition, Service outings, Campouts.  Report at troop committee meetings on pack activities of interest to the troop such as Bridgings.  Be a conduit of information between the pack and troop as needed.   
13 Garage Sale Coordinator  Coordinate and arrange the troops garage sale fundraiser  Coordinate and arrange the troops garage sale fundraiser  Bob Ricks 
14 Chaplain Provide guidance and support to Chaplains Aide  Help Chaplains Aide prepare for Monthly campout religious service.  Lead prayer at gatherings (Summer Picnic, etc)  TBD 
15 Eagle Coach(s)  Provide guidance and support to Life Scouts to help them attain Eagle.  Meet monthly, or more often as needed, with Life Scouts to: 1. create a plan to reach Eagle rank. 2. determine status to plan. 3. identify obstacles and determine solutions.  Provide coaching on service project, project notebook and preparation for Eagle board of review.  Report at troop committee meetings.  Richard Sea, Tim Criste, Ed Olson, Duane Little, Mary Kaye Krum, Tomás Nuñez 
16 Membership Coordinator  Recruit Adult volunteers  Help new adults register  Conduct Resource survey  Follow up on references  Push for merit badge counselors  Help with recharter  Jennifer Olson 
17 Equipment Coordinator(s)  Keep tabs on troop equipment and make recommendations for repair and replacement to the committee.  Supervise and help the troop procure camping equipment.  Work with the quartermaster on inventory and proper storage and maintenance of all troop equipment.  Make periodic safety checks on all troop camping gear, and encourage troops in the safe use of all outdoor equipment.  Report to the troop committee at each meeting.  Ed Olson 
18 Secretary Distribute minutes of committee meetings. Maintain troop web site.  Keep minutes of meetings and send out committee meeting notices.  Maintain the troop web site with info on troop events and activities.  Conduct the troop resource survey.  At each meeting, report minutes of the previous meeting.  Teriann Scheets 
19 Training Coordinator Identifity and promote troop leader training opportunities (youth and adult).  Ensure troop leaders and committee members have opportunities for training.  Maintain an inventory of up  to  date training materials, videotapes, and other training resources.  Work with the district training team in scheduling Fast Start training for all new leaders.  Encourage periodic junior leader training within the troop and at the council and national levels.  Report to the troop committee at each meeting.   
20 Treasurer Organize the troop finances. Create budget and reports.  Handle all troop funds. Pay bills upon recommendation of the Scoutmaster and authorization of the troop committee.  Maintain checking and savings accounts.  Train and supervise the troop scribe in record keeping.  Keep adequate records in the Troop/Team Record Book.  Supervise money  earning projects, including obtaining proper authorizations.  Supervise the camp savings plan.  Lead in the preparation of the annual troop budget.  Report to the troop committee at each meeting.  William & Catherine Henderdon 
22 Fundraiser Coordinator(s) - Popcorn Kernel - Spaghetti Dinner Organize Troop fundraisers to help scouts pay for summer camp, high adventure, or scouting supplies.  Communicate with suppliers to determine costs.  Determine selling prices.  Plan key event dates.  Prepare promotional materials and explanation of fundraiser.  Distribute order forms to scouts.  Collect order forms.  Place order with supplier.  Pick up and organize product by scout.  Collect payments from scouts and turn over to treasurer.  Richard Sea 
23 Summer Camp Coordinator  Plan the troop summer camp  Register the troop for summer camp and take care of associated paperwork (health forms, tour permits, etc)  Arrange for transportation, accommodations, and meal stops  Register scouts for merit badges  Conduct Shakedowns to make sure the scouts are prepared  Plan the payment schedule with the treasurer  Elizabeth Mann, Summer Camp 2017 
24 High Adventure Coordinator  Plan the annual high adventure camp  Arrange for transportation  Conduct training & group preparation exercises  Register Permits (camping, tour, fishing, etc)  Plan the payment schedule with the treasurer  Mary Kaye Krum 
25 Webmaster Coordinate and maintain the troop website.  Post changes to the schedule  Create an inviting web presence for members and recruitment.  Leverage the website for fundraising coordination as needed.  Maintain the troop Google group mailing list  Adult - Randy Krum, Scout - Dale Krum 
26 Archery Range Master Become Archery range certified  Attend council Archery training  Provide safety instruction to scouts and adults.  Serve as range master on campout  Teach Archery MB  Richard Sea, Ed Olson 
27 Shotgun NRA Range Become certified in NRA Shotgun.  Attend council NRA training (2 days).  Provide safety instruction to scouts and adults.  Serve as range master on campout  Richard Sea, Kyle Boltz 
28 Rifle NRA Range Master  Become certified in NRA Rifle.  Attend council NRA training (2 days).  Provide safety instruction to scouts and adults.  Serve as range master on campout  Richard Sea, Kyle Boltz 
29 Black Powder NRA Range Master Become certified in NRA Black powder.  Attend council NRA training (2 days).  Provide safety instruction to scouts and adults.  Serve as range master on campout   
30 Climbing Instructor  Get certified for tower and rock climbing.  Attend council tower and rock climbing training (2 days)  Provide safety instruction to scouts and adults  Serve as tower captain on campouts  Serve as climbing captain on campouts  Teach Climbing/Rappelling merit badge   
31 Medical Forms Coordinator Manage Scout Medical Forms Collects health forms prior to every campout. Works with outdoor chair to make sure everyone attending a campout has rthe appropriate health forms. Copies and sends health forms for every campout including summer camp. Teriann Sheets 
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