Committee Chair

Position Level: Tier A
Monthly Expectations: Ten (10) hours per month
Term Length: Two (2) years; more if willing by both the Adult Leader and request of committee
  • Complete all required BSA training
  • Support the policies of the BSA
  • Attendance at all monthly committee meetings plus summer planning meeting is mandatory.
  • Confer with the Cubmaster on policy matters relating to Cub Scouting and the chartered organization
  • Conduct annual pack program planning
  • Supervise pack committee by:
    • Assigning duties to committee members
    • Planning for pack charter review and reregistration
    • Approving bills before payment by pack treasurer
  • Manage finances through adequate financial records
  • Maintain adequate pack records
  • In absence of Cubmaster, assume direction of the pack until a successor is recruited

 

Treasurer

Position Level: Tier A
Monthly Expectations: Two – Four hours per month
Term Length: one (1) year; more if willing by both the Adult Leader and request of committee

 

  • Complete all required BSA training
  • Support the policies of the BSA
  • Attendance at all monthly committee meetings plus summer planning meeting is mandatory.
  • Help pack Committee and Cubmaster establish a sound financial program for the pack with a pack budget plan
  • Basic understanding of GAAP
  • Maintain bank account and arrange for all transactions to be signed by any two of the Cubmaster, Committee Chair, and/or Treasurer
  • Approve all budget expenditures.
  • Upon approval from Pack Committee, pay bills by check
  • Keep up-to-date financial records. Enter all income and expenditures under the proper budget item in the finance section of the Pack Record Book
  • Provide pack financial report at each Committee Meeting
  • Provide petty cash to approved leaders as necessary.

 

 

Fundraising chair / Popcorn kernel

Position Level: Tier A
Monthly Expectations:  Up to 20 hours per month during fundraising season (September/October); up to 2 hours per month during other months.
Term Length: One (1) year; more if willing by both the Adult Leader and request of committee

 

  • Complete all required BSA training
  • Support the policies of the BSA
  • Attendance at all monthly committee meetings plus summer planning meeting is mandatory.
  • Make recommendations on fundraising activities
  • Work with Den Leaders to provide fundraising training for youth and families
  • Help Pack Committee and Cubmaster with Popcorn and other fundraising events
  • Work with Treasurer in conducting council-approved pack money-earning projects
  • All fundraising activities and profit allocation to the unit will be in compliance with BSA Policy

 

 

 

 

Outings Chair / Outdoor Chair

Position Level: Tier A
Monthly Expectations: Up to 5 hours per month
Term Length: One (1) year; more if willing by both the Adult Leader and request of committee

 

  • Complete all required BSA training
  • Support the policies of the BSA
  • Attendance at all monthly committee meetings plus summer planning meeting is mandatory.
  • Help the Cubmaster plan and arrange for outdoor activities
  • Ensure Pack follows all BSA policies regarding camping locations, approved activities, etc.
  • Oversees Outdoor Events Sub-Committee, including:
    • Recruitment of Adult Leaders to serve on committee
    • Coordinate discussion with Sub-Committee to create ideas, plans, etc.
    • Presentation of ideas, plans, etc. to Pack Committee
    • Assign duties to Sub-Committee members as neccessary
  • Arrange for safe transportation, when necessary
  • Plan first aid for emergencies
  • Arrange for property, fire, and tour permits, when necessary
  • Help Webelos Den Leaders plan overnight camp outs.
  • Arrange Safe Swim Defense implementation for all outings involving swimming
  • Ensure that at least one adult has completed Basic Adult Leader Outdoor Orientation (BALOO) before any pack campout.
  • Obtain BALOO certification, preferably
  • Coordinate summer camp, if applicable
  • Know and carry out BSA outdoor program policy related to Cub Scouting.

 

 

 

Membership Chair / New-Member Coordinator

Position Level: Tier B
Monthly Expectations: Up to five (5) hours per month during recruiting season (August/September); up to two (2) hours per month all other months.
Term Length: One (1) year; more if willing by both the Adult Leader and request of committee

 

  • Complete all required BSA training
  • Support the policies of the BSA
  • Attendance at all monthly committee meetings plus summer planning meeting is mandatory.
  • Work with Cubmaster and Pack Committee to develop and carry out a plan for year-round membership growth
  • Serve as single point of contact for welcoming new and transferring Scouts, including:
    • Providing membership applications forms to new and transferring Scouts
    • Answering any questions regarding uniform requirements, membership dues, attendance expectations, den assignments, etc.
  • Process new applications as they are received
  • Record new Scouts onto official roster
  • Collect membership dues for new and transferring Scouts along with membership application
  • Follow up on Cub Scout dropouts to help return them to full, active membership
  • Schedule and attend Recruitment Nights at beginning of school year

 

 

Pack Trainer

Position Level: Tier B
Monthly Expectations: Up to four (4) hours per month during back-to-school season (August/September); up to two (2) hours per month all other months.
Term Length: 2 years; more if willing by both the Adult Leader and request of committee

 

  • Complete all required BSA training
  • Support the policies of the BSA
  • Attendance at all monthly committee meetings plus summer planning meeting is mandatory.
  • Encourages all leaders to participate in training
  • Keeps pack training records
  • Ensures all Adult Leaders (“AL”) complete required training
  • Along with Outings Chair / Outdoor Chair, ensures all outdoor activities have required trained personnel.

 

 

Secretary

Position Level: Tier B
Monthly Expectations: Up to six (6) hours per month during back-to-school season (September/October);  three (3) hours per month all other months.
Term Length: One (1) year; more if willing by both the Adult Leader and request of committee

 

  • Complete all required BSA training
  • Support the policies of the BSA
  • Attendance at all monthly committee meetings plus summer planning meeting is mandatory.
  • Maintain detailed notes at all committee meetings
  • Maintain information on Pack property
  • Provide Den Leaders with records and forms, as necessary

 

 

Technology Chair

Position Level: Tier B
Monthly Expectations: Up to six (6) hours per month popcorn season (September/October);  up to four (4) hours per month all other months.
Term Length: One (1) year; more if willing by both the Adult Leader and request of committee

 

  • Complete all required BSA training
  • Support the policies of the BSA
  • Attendance at all monthly committee meetings plus summer planning meeting is mandatory.
  • Maintain Pack website
  • Maintain / provide guidance to Pack Facebook page
  • Plan / Assist with any technology related to annual popcorn sales
  • Create necessary SignUpGenius forms, as requested
  • Create registration for Pinewood Derby
  • Maintain electronic calendar

 

 

Events Chair

Position Level: Tier B
Monthly Expectations: Up to ten (10) hours per month during Pinewood Derby / Blue and Gold Banquet months;  up to two (2) hours per month all other months.
Term Length: One (1) year; more if willing by both the Adult Leader and request of committee

 

  • Complete all required BSA training
  • Support the policies of the BSA
  • Attendance at all monthly committee meetings plus summer planning meeting is mandatory.
  • Oversees Events Sub-Committee, including:
    • Recruitment of Adult Leaders to serve on committee
    • Coordinate discussion with Sub-Committee to create ideas, plans, etc.
    • Presentation of ideas, plans, etc. to Pack Committee
    • Assign duties to Sub-Committee members as neccessary
  • Serve as primary planner for annual Blue and Gold banquet, including:
    • Coordinating event scheduling
    • Plan and procure decorations
    • Plan and procure meal
    • Arrange for Scouting BSA Troops to attend to receive their new Scouts
    • Arrange Arrow of Light ceremony
    • Coordinating volunteers for the event
  • Assist with general event planning for Pinewood Derby, including:
    • Coordinating event scheduling
    • Arrange any outside vendor participation
    • Assist with event registration
    • Coordinating volunteers for the event

 

 

 

 

Pinewood Derby Chair

Position Level: Tier B
Monthly Expectations: Up to five (5) hours per month leading up to Pinewood Derby;  up to two (2) hours per month all other months.
Term Length: One (1) year; more if willing by both the Adult Leader and request of committee

 

  • Complete all required BSA training
  • Support the policies of the BSA
  • Attendance at all monthly committee meetings plus summer planning meeting is mandatory.
  • Serve as primary planner for annual Pinewood Derby, including:
    • Working with Events Chair to schedule event
    • Procuring Pinewood Derby cars for pack distribution
    • Procuring trophies and ribbons
    • Along with Technology Chair, coordinate registration
    • Validate/update rules to be in-line with council standards

 

 

 

Cubmaster

Position Level: Tier A
Monthly Expectations: Up to ten (10) hours per month
Term Length: Two (2) years; more if willing by both the Adult Leader and request of committee

 

  • Complete all required BSA training
  • Support the policies of the BSA
  • Attendance at all monthly committee meetings plus summer planning meeting is mandatory.
  • Conduct pack programs in accordance with BSA policy
  • Lead monthly Pack meetings
  • Serve as master of ceremonies for Blue and Gold Banquet, Arrow of Light Ceremony, Pinewood Derby, Summer Kick-off, Fall Kick-Off
  • Help the pack committee with year-round recruiting plans
  • Recruit, guide and support den leaders
  • See that the pack program, leaders, and Cub Scouts positively reflect the interests and objectives of the chartered organization and the BSA.
  • Work with the pack committee to:
    • Establish program ideas
    • Selecting and recruiting adult leaders
    • Establishing a budget
  • Help establish and maintain good relationships with Boy Scout troops.
  • Maintain good relationships with parents and guardians. Seek their support and include them in activities.
  • Guide Cub Scouts in goodwill and conservation projects.
  • Help the pack committee chair conduct the annual pack program planning conference
  • Work as a team with the pack committee chair to cultivate, educate, and motivate all pack leaders and parents or guardians in Cub Scouts
  • Take part in the charter review meeting

 

 

Assistant Cubmaster

Position Level: Tier A
Monthly Expectations: Up to five (5) hours per month
Term Length: One (1) year; more if willing by both the Adult Leader and request of committee

 

  • Complete all required BSA training
  • Support the policies of the BSA
  • Attendance at all monthly committee meetings plus summer planning meeting is mandatory.
  • Help the Cubmaster as necessary
  • Fill in for Cubmaster when necessary
  • Participate in Pack meetings
  • Help inform pack leaders of training opportunities and arrange for them to attend training sessions.
  • Work with the Pack Committee to develop and promote an ongoing plan for recruiting new boys.