Troop 1633

Where  Fun, Faith and Adventure Meet! 

Nina

Patrol Leader

Job Description:

  • The Patrol Leader is elected by the patrol and leads the Troop by ensuring youth leaders are performing their duties. The PL will seek guidance from the Scoutmasters and delegate tasks accordingly to the Scouts. It is the PL’s responsibility to ensure everything is ready for all campouts, events, and meetings.

Term:

Reports to: The Scoutmaster and Assistance Scoutmasters

Adult Mentor: Scoutmaster/Assistant Scoutmasters


Patrol Leader Duties:

  • Meet weekly (via phone) with scoutmaster to decide on items to execute/work on during the week, look ahead to events and to decide on items for the meeting planner.  PL needs to come to this having already looked at items ahead of time as to lease the discussion.
  • At least 3 days before meeting, organize a list of upcoming events (found on calendar) and prepare a complete meeting planner template and submit to scoutmaster.
  • The meeting prior to an event and following up until the day of, ensure all assigned tasks are being carried out by assigned scouts as well as other youth leaders such as APL, Quartermaster and check scribes notes for clarity.
  • Ensure full campout planner is complete 1 week before campout and submitted to Quartermaster and scoutmaster 
  • Receive instruction from the Scoutmasters at campouts, meetings, and events in order to run and delegate to scouts as needed.
  • Enlist the help (when necessary) of the APL to make calls to the scouts to gather head counts from scouts for campouts and activities as required
  • Represent and maintain order at the patrol at all meetings and at the annual program planning conference.
  • Regularly check email as to ensure troop master communication is complete and not missing anything.  If problem report to scoutmaster.
  • Keep scouts leaders and parents informed of all upcoming activities.
  • Help ensure all scouts are contributing to duties at meetings, campouts and          activities
  • Set the example.
  • Wear the Scout uniform correctly.
  • Live by the Scout Oath and Law.
  • Show Scout spirit.
  • Leadership role counts toward rank: Star, Life, Eagle
  • No Unexcused Absence. Must notify APL & Scoutmaster when unable to attend an event.

    Family Emergencies Will Not Count Against Scout


Roxanne

Assistant Patrol leader

Job Description:

  • The Assistant Patrol Leader is elected by the patrol and assists in leading the troop by ensuring youth leaders are performing their duties. The APL will seek guidance from the PL and delegate tasks accordingly to the Scouts. It is the APL’s responsibility to assist to ensure everything is ready for all campouts, events, and meetings.  The APL takes the place of Patrol Leader when ever the Patrol leader is unable to be present.

Term: 6 months

Reports to: Patrol Leader

Adult Mentor: Scoutmaster/Assistant Scoutmasters


Patrol Leader Duties:

  • Meet weekly (via phone) with Patrol Leader to assist in executing/working on items during the week, aid in looking ahead to events and help to decide on items for the meeting planner.  APL needs to come to this having already looked at items ahead of time as to contribute fruitfully to the discussion.
  • At least 3 days before meeting assist in organizing a list of upcoming events (found on calendar) and assist PL in preparing a complete meeting planner template and aid in ensuring it is submitted to scoutmaster.
  • The meeting prior to an event and following up until the day of, assist in ensuring all assigned tasks are being carried out by assigned scouts as well as other youth leaders such as PL, Quartermaster and check scribes notes for clarity.
  • Ensure full campout planner is complete 1 week before campout and submitted to Quartermaster and scoutmaster 
  • Receive instruction from the Patrol Leader at campouts, meetings, and events in order to run and delegate to scouts as needed.
  • Assist the PL to make calls to the scouts to gather head counts from scouts for campouts and activities as required.
  • Aid in representing and maintaining order at all meetings and at the annual program planning conference.
  • Assist PL in regularly check email as to ensure troop master communication is complete and not missing anything.  If problem report to Patrol Leader.
  • Assist in keeping scouts leaders and parents informed of all upcoming activities.
  • Assist in helping ensure all scouts are contributing to duties at meetings, campouts and activities.
  • Set the example.
  • Wear the Scout uniform correctly.
  • Live by the Scout Oath and Law.
  • Show Scout spirit.
  • Leadership role counts toward rank: Star, Life, Eagle
  • No Unexcused Absence. Must notify PL & Scoutmaster when unable to attend an event.

    Family Emergencies Will Not Count Against Scout

Camille

Quartermaster

Job Description:

  • The Troop Quartermaster keeps track of troop equipment, supplies and food supplies and sees that it is in good working order and properly organized and stored. 


Term: 6 months

Reports to: Patrol Leader

Adult Mentor: Scoutmaster / Assistant Scoutmaster


Troop Quartermaster Duties:


Meeting Before Campout

  • Receive Campout Plan (ensure it includes all meals)
  • Ensure The following items:
  • Troop/Patrol Flag
  • United States Flag
  • Troop Tents
  • Rope for Lashing
  • Ax yard supplies
  • Fire supplies
  • Water supplies
  • Cooking supplies
  • Cleaning supplies
  • Inventory Patrol Box 
  • Create Shopping List of supply Items needed to borrow or purchase
  • 1 day before food shopping night inquires with scoutmaster as to what items may already be in food stock

During Campouts
  • Coordinate equipment setup at events
  • Provide a means for cooking/cleanup crews to report used items

( ie..Paper list)

  • Assist with field repairs of damaged equipment during campouts

After Campouts
  • Ensure all borrowed items either out or into troop are returned or replaced
  • Take responsibility for equipment needing more thorough washing
  • Document what equipment is to be returned via extra cleaning or borrow.
  • Assist in permanent repairs to equipment.
  • Recommend replacement gear for unrepeatable items to Adult Committee review. Submit items to scoutmaster.
  • Submit ideas for new items to be purchased. Submit items to Patrol leader.



General Duties

  • Regularly attends troop meetings, troop campouts, and troop events during her service period.
  • Set a good example.
  • Wear the Scout Uniform correctly.
  • Live by the Scout Oath and Law.
  • Show Scout spirit.
  • Leadership counts toward rank: Star, Life, Eagle
  • No Unexcused Absence. Must notify PL & Scoutmaster when unable to attend an event.

    Family Emergencies Will Not Count Against Scout

Bryn

Scribe

Job Description:

  • The Troop Scribe keeps the troop records. She records the activities of the meetings and keeps a record of items discussed, action items of leadership and scouts as well as overseeing dues, advancement, and regularly noting Scout attendance at troop meetings, campouts and activities.

Term: 6 months

Reports to: Patrol Leader

Adult Mentor: Scoutmaster / Assistant Scoutmaster


Troop Scribe duties:

  • Attend and keep a log of items discussed, decided on or completed at meetings.
  • Record attendance at troop functions.
  • Assist in recording advancement in troop records.

  • Ensure scouts have all forms on file ie... health forms ect.
  • Work with the troop committee member responsible for finance, records, and advancement.
  • Regularly attends troop meetings, troop campouts, and troop events during her service period.
  •  Set a good example.
  • Wear the Scout Uniform correctly.
  • Live by the Scout Oath and Law.
  • Show Scout spirit.
  • Leadership Counts toward rank: Star, Life, Eagle
  • No Unexcused Absence. Must notify Patrol Leader when unable to attend an event.

Family Emergencies Will Not Count Against Scout