World Scouting “The Mission of Scouting is to contribute to the education of young people, through a value system based on the Scout Promise and Law, to help build a better world where people are self-fulfilled as individuals and play a constructive role in society.” The World Organization of the Scout Movement (WOSM) is one of the largest youth organisations in the world. Scouting is a grassroots educational youth movement that is truly bottom-up in its structure and approach in engaging young people from all over the world. World Scouting today is a confederation of 170 National Scout Organizations (NSO) in a network of over 50 million Scouts in more than 1.5 million local community Scout groups. Some seven million members are volunteers who support the local activities, resulting in a huge multiplier effect. Through peer-to-peer leadership supported by adults, each local Scout group embraces the same set of values illustrated in the Scout Promise and Law. Each of our 1.5 million local Scout groups follows a similar system of non-formal education suited to the unique aspects of their local community. WOSM is an independent, worldwide, non-profit and non-political organisation, which serves the Scout Movement through its NSO members. Its purpose is to promote unity and the understanding of Scouting’s purpose and principles, while facilitating its expansion and development. The World Scout Bureau (WSB) is the Secretariat of the World Organization. It comprises of 140 professional staff, based in nine support centres worldwide: • Belgium, Brussels (Europe Support Centre) • Egypt, Cairo (Arab Support Centre) • Kenya, Nairobi (Africa Support Centre) • Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur (Global Support Centre) • Philippines, Makati City (Asia-Pacific Support Centre) • Panama, Panama City (Interamerica Support Centre) • Switzerland, Geneva (Global Support Centre) • Switzerland, Geneva (Europe Support Centre) • Ukraine, Kiev (Eurasia Support Centre)
Scouting in Europe is looking for a Grant Making Processes Manager to join the WSB- European Support Centre.
The role is based in Brussels-Belgium
Are you a good fit?
Experience in the field of grant management
Knowledge of the European institutions and funding programmes
Experience in working in the youth sector
Apply by Sunday 28 March 2021, 23:59 Brussels time
Find more info here on the this link.