Warrant officers

Essential requirements

  • Has undertaken all elements of the former GB leadership scheme
  • Is a member or adherent of a Church or Mission or is sympathetic to the aims and ethos of Girls’ Brigade

Note: Warrant Officers do not require to undertake PVG checks if they are under the age of 18 but must be disclosed thereafter to conform with Child Protection procedures.  Warrant Officers should always be supervised and should not be left alone with girls.

Responsible to

  • The company Captain

What the post involves

  • Making a commitment to attend normal company meetings
  • Undertaking the tasks allocated by the Captain or other leaders to help them deliver the programme and activities for the girls
  • Demonstrating a positive influence to the girls
  • Working as part of the staff team to ensure that girls enjoy a good programme of activities in a safe and caring environment
  • Attending regular planning meetings with the staff team, as required

Support and guidance

All of us require assistance and support to help us do our jobs to the best of our ability.  For an Auxiliary Leader this would normally be provided by:

  • The Captain
  • The Chaplain
  • Their Tutor (arranged by the Divisional Training Coordinator)

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