Make A Difference! Be an Executive with the Boy Scouts ofAmerica
Immediate Opening: December 1, 2012
Position: District Executive,
What District Executives Do
Our professionals develop and use skills in management, sales, public relations, and fund raising. Although they spend their share of hours behind a desk, a lot more time is spent in the field checking out the action in their service areas, making sure that goals are set and objectives are met.
A District Executive Position
The district executive manages the overall growth, extension, quality, program enhancement, and supervision of the Scouting program within a specified geographical area. The Executive oversees a District Operations Board who in turn support, train, and motivate the adult volunteers delivering the Scouting program. Though most of the work deals with human relations, fund-raising administration and public relations are vital additional duties of the district executive.
Starting Pay and Benefits
Competitive starting salary, plus a benefits package that includes major medical and prescription coverage, a dental assistance plan, a vision service plan, accident insurance, life insurance, retirement, and the option to invest in a tax-deferred annuity. This benefits package is considered among the best in the nonprofit business sector. Annual increases in salary are based upon an individual’s overall performance.
* Hold a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university.
* Be aUScitizen and an adult at least the age of majority in your state.
* Believe in the BSA and subscribe to its principles and purpose.
* Be of good character and have a strong desire for success and goal achievement.
* Be people-oriented and want to do something worthwhile for the future.
* Be willing to relocate to Cumberland County, Tennessee.
* No Scouting experience required.
Contact: Great Smoky Mountain Council
Boy Scouts ofAmerica
1333 Old Weisgarber Road
C/O Dylan Theg, Field Director
865-588-6514 ext 127 Dylan.Theg@Scouting.org