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Cub Scout Pack 329
(Tampa, Florida)
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Cub Pack Job Descriptions of Positions

Our Pack is lead by a group of Parent and Adult volunteers dedicated to providing a quality scouting program. We always welcome new volunteers who desire to help us build strong leaders for tomorrow, while providing fun activities for our youth today. Our Pack is a family oriented organization, and while our focus is on the Cub Scouts, most of our activities include the entire family.

Some of the "official" volunteer positions are listed below:

CUBMASTER: Leads the monthly Pack meetings, works with the Committee on program ideas, selects and recruits adults as leaders, and supports the Cub Scout District by having the Pack attend events while following policies and procedures.

ASSISTANT CUBMASTER: Aids the Cubmaster and stands in for Cubmaster in his or her absence.

DEN LEADER: Works with the Cubs on a weekly basis and encourages his or her Den to attend and participate in the monthly Pack meeting. Also attends (when possible) the District’s monthly Roundtables and training sessions.

ASSISTANT DEN LEADER: (Open) Aids the Den Leader.

WEBELOS LEADER: Same as Den Leader –only with the Webelos. (4th-5th graders)

ASSISTANT WEBELOS LEADER: (Open) Aids the Webelos Leaders.

TIGER CUB DEN LEADER: (Open) Organizes and provides orientation and leadership for a Tiger Cub group (1st graders). Helps plan and coordinate Tiger Cub gatherings, activities, and meetings.

PACK COMMITTEE CHAIR: Is the contact person with the Chartered Organization Representative. Presides over Pack Committee Meetings and supports the Cub Scout District by having the Pack attend events while following policies and procedures.

PACK COMMITTEE: (Open) Takes care of the Pack’s business while working with the Cubmaster. Works to solve problems the Pack may have. Is the governing body of the Pack.

TREASURER: Helps the Pack establish a sound financial program for the Pack with a Pack budget plan. Maintains a bank account, approves all budget expenditures, collects dues from Den Leaders at Pack meetings.

EVENTS CHAIRPERSON: (Open) Recruits parents to “chair” individual events for the following year. These include the Pack’s Blue & Gold Banquet, Pinewood Derby, District Banquet, and any other events the Pack may schedule.

ADVANCEMENT CHAIR: Collects Den Advancement reports at Pack leaders’ meetings. Orders badges and insignia using Advancement Reports.

SECRETARY: (Open) Provides Den Leaders with records and forms for meetings. Keeps notes on leaders and Committee meetings. Maintains inventory of Pack property.

YOUTH PROTECTION CHAIR: (Open) Responsible for showing the “It Happened to Me” video to all the boys in the Pack. Follows the National Youth Protection Training guidelines and policies.

PACK TRAINER: (Open) Provides new Leaders the Fast Start training video soon after they have been selected. Encourages new Leaders to attend New Leader Essentials and Basic Training. Helps with training within the Pack.

SCOUTPARENTS UNIT COORDINATOR: (Open) The ScoutParents initiative is a great way to involve parents of new or existing youth in all of our BSA programs to become more active in their child’s Scouting experience.