JST Job Listing & Descriptions

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Below is a list of staff job descriptions. Applications can be completed via the registration portal.

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ID JOB PILLAR DESCRIPTION QUESTIONS/QUALIFICATIONS
6007 Aerial Sports Challenge Course Operator/facilitator/guide Program Adventure Facilitate participants through the Challenge/Ropes Course Program . Attend 3 days of Summit training and skill assessment under Summit Trainer supervision before the start of the NSJ. Gain a positive overall facilitation evaluation and pass both practical and written assessment. Read and understand Summit Jamboree Challenge Course Training manual. View and complete the Summit Challenge Course online training modules successfully.
6008 Aerial Sports Challenge Course Support Staff Program Adventure Provide support for all Challenge/Ropes Course operations with a focus on specific program area.
6010 Aerial Sports Canopy Tours Facilitator Program Adventure Facilitate participants through the Canopy Tour Program. Must have, or attain during jamboree training, at least: BSA COPE level 2 + Summit 16 hour site/system specific training, OR, ACCT Practioner level 1 full-certification for Arbor-Flight® Canopy Tour systems, OR, Summit 6 day In-house site/system specific training.
6011 Aerial Sports Canopy Tours Support Staff Program Adventure Provide support for all Canopy / Ropes Course operations with a focus on specific program area.
6013 Aerial Sports Zip Lines Operator/Facilitator/Guide Program Adventure Responsibilities will include: instruction, facilitation and supervision of participants in the Jamboree zip programs Meet physical requirements for participants and complete on site 4 day zip line operator training course at Jamboree.
6014 Aerial Sports Zip Lines Support Staff Program Adventure Support staff will assist all other staff in organization and care of equipment, organizing and managing participant flow, equipment inspections and harness fitting.
6019 Aquatic Sports Kayak Instructor Program Adventure Work at one of the Jamboree Kayak venues and organize, instruct, supervise, and monitor participants in Kayaking activities. BSA or Red cross Lifeguard, ACA Kayak Instructor desired. First Aid and CPR for the professional.
6020 Aquatic Sports Kayak Support Staff Program Adventure Help to organize equipment, participants and help with other logistics related needs in Kayak areas. No specific Kayak certifications or experience necessary. Good communications skills and detail oriented. CPR and First Aid recommended.
6022 Aquatic Sports Stand Up Paddleboard Instructor Program Adventure Work at the Jamboree Stand Up Paddleboard venue and organize, instruct, supervise, and monitor participants in Stand Up Paddleboard activities. BSA or Red cross Lifeguard, ACA Stand Up Paddleboard Instructor desired. First Aid and CPR for the professional.
6023 Aquatic Sports Stand Up Paddleboard Support Staff Program Adventure Help to organize equipment, participants and help with other logistics related needs in Stand Up Paddleboard areas. No specific Stand Up Paddleboard certifications or experience necessary. Good communications skills and detail oriented. CPR and First Aid recommended.
6025 Aquatic Sports Team Stand Up Paddleboard Instructor Program Adventure Work at the Jamboree Team Stand Up Paddleboard venue and organize, instruct, supervise, and monitor participants in Team Stand Up Paddleboard activities. BSA or Red cross Lifeguard, ACA Stand Up Paddleboard Instructor desired. First Aid and CPR for the professional.
6026 Aquatic Sports Team Stand Up Paddleboard Support Staff Program Adventure Help to organize equipment, participants and help with other logistics related needs in Team Stand Up Paddleboard areas. No specific Stand Up Paddleboard certifications or experience necessary. Good communications skills and detail oriented. CPR and First Aid recommended.
6028 Aquatic Sports Water Reality Instructor Program Adventure Work at the Jamboree Water Reality Venue and organize, instruct, supervise, and monitor participants in Water Reality activities. BSA and or Red cross Lifeguard desired. First Aid and CPR for the professional.
6029 Aquatic Sports Water Reality Lifeguard Program Adventure Work at the Jamboree Water Reality Venue and organize, instruct, supervise, and monitor participants in Water Reality activities. BSA and/or Red cross Lifeguard. First Aid and CPR for the professional.
6030 Aquatic Sports Water Reality Support Staff Program Adventure Help to organize equipment, participants and help with other logistics related needs in Water Reality areas. No specific certifications or experience necessary. Good communications skills and detail oriented. CPR and First Aid recommended.
6034 Climbing Instructor Program Adventure Facilitate participants through the Climbing Venues Must have, or attain during jamboree training, at least, BSA Climbing Instructor Level 1
6035 Climbing Support Staff Program Adventure Ensures that staff perform duties as required to successfully deliver the program and minimize risk at all times.
6040 Extreme Sports BMX Instructor Program Adventure Work at one of the BMX venues and organize, assess, instruct, supervise, and monitor participants in BMX activities.
6041 Extreme Sports BMX Mechanic Program Adventure Work at one of the BMX venues to keep bike fleet running with routine cleaning, maintenance and general repairs
6042 Extreme Sports BMX Support Staff Program Adventure Help to organize equipment and participants along with aiding other BMX logistical needs.
6044 Extreme Sports Mountain Biking Instructor Program Adventure Work at one of the Jamboree Mountain Bike Venues and organize,assess, instruct, supervise, and monitor participants in mountain biking activities. IMBA or PMBI MTB Instructor helpful, but not required. First aid and CPR recommended
6045 Extreme Sports Mountain Bike Patrol Program Adventure Wilderness First Aid or higher training highly desireable but not required. Must be able to ride all levels of mountain bike difficulty up-to and including black diamond trails in any conditions. Work at one of the Mountain Bike Venues and patrol trails keeping participants safe, responding to emergencies, aiding with break-downs, monitoring trail conditions and making necessary repairs to trail surfaces
6046 Extreme Sports Mountain Bike Mechanic Program Adventure Work at one of the Mountain Bike venues to keep bike fleets running with routine cleaning, maintenance and general repairs
6047 Extreme Sports Mountain Biking Support Staff Program Adventure Help to organize equipment and participants along with aiding other Mountain Bike logistical needs.
6049 Extreme Sports Skateboard Instructor Program Adventure Work at one of the Jamboree skateboard Venues and organize, instruct, supervise, and monitor participants in skateboarding activities.
6050 Extreme Sports Skateboard Support Staff Program Adventure Help to organize equipment and participants along with aiding other skateboard logistical needs.
6053 Fishing General Staff Program Adventure Responsibilities will include: instruction, facilitation and supervision of participants in the Jamboree Fishing programs Certified Angler preferred.
6057 River Rafting Support Staff Program Adventure This staff will help organize Scouts and Venturers for rafting activities with local rafting outfitters. Staff will prepare them for departure, collect waiver forms and process them as they return to the site after their adventure.
6061 Shooting Sports Support Staff Program Adventure Help to organize equipment, participants, and help with other logistical needs.
6063 Shooting Sports Barrels Safety Officer Program Adventure Assist Chief Range safety officer in the safe operation of all Barrels shooting events . NRA RSO
6065 Shooting Sports Barrels Pistol Instructor Program Adventure Work Pistol range during operation. NRA Pistol Instructor
6066 Shooting Sports Barrels Rifle Instructor Program Adventure Working the rifle range during operation. NRA Rifle Instructor
6067 Shooting Sports Barrels Shotgun Instructor Program Adventure Work Shotgun range during operation. NRA Shotgun Instructor
6068 Shooting Sports Barrels Support Staff Program Adventure Help to organize equipment, participants, and help with other logistical needs related to all Barrels Shooting Ranges .
6070 Shooting Sports Bows Archery Instructor Program Adventure Work on any of the archery shooting venues during the Jamboree. USA Archery level 2
6071 Shooting Sports Bows Safety Officer Program Adventure Assist Chief Range Safety Officer in the safe operation of all Bows shooting events . USA Level 1 Archery. Level II or higher (preferred)
6072 Shooting Sports Bows Support Staff Program Adventure Help to organize equipment, participants, and help with other logistical needs related to all Bows Shooting Ranges . USA Level 1 Archery. Level II or higher (preferred)
6096 Summit Apex Program Summit Apex Summit Apex is a new and exciting program at the National Jamboree providing a mountain-top experience for all jamboree participants. Each day a portion of the jamboree will visit Summit Apex for an afternoon and evening of engaging activities, program and entertainment. Staff members will provide program and operational support and will also have time to enjoy other aspects of jamboree program. Must be a member of the Order of the Arrow
6097 Order of the Arrow Service Corps Program Summit Apex The Order of the Arrow Service Corps is a tradition at the National Jamboree. Through the assistance of the Service Corps, jamboree operations and program areas will provide an unforgettable adventure for many Scouts. OA members “can do” attitude and “service with a smile” is the benchmark for participation in the OA Service Corps and truly reflects the OA’s tradition of cheerful service. We expect members to provide service while also having the opportunity to experience jamboree program and activities. Youth and young adult members of the Order of the Arrow.
6102 Global Development Village Program Global Development Village The Global Development Village (GDV) is an opportunity to involve young people in the global development agenda and empower them with the knowledge, attitudes, and skills needed to play an active role in their communities. New to the National Scout Jamboree, it is an interactive space designed to raise awareness about global issues, build capacities among young people, and create a strong commitment for Creating a Better World using the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SGDs).
6106 Leadership Heights Planning and Operations Program Leadership Ridge Members of the Planning & Operations team will work behind the scenes to ensure our
physical spaces are well-equipped to service staff and participants. This staff is a quartermaster
on steroids--they we be make sure the teams have the right equipment, wire-up presentations
and troubleshoot technology. Ideal candidates will have good problem solving skills, stay calm
under pressure, and an eye for detail.
Event management, technical theater, quartermaster, experience would be helpful, though not
required.
6108 Leadership Heights Facilitator Program Leadership Ridge If you have skills in facilitation, group evaluation, and guiding discussions or are interested in
developing those skills, the Facilitator team is the place for you! Facilitator Staff members will
work with individual cohorts to guide them through the experience and lead reflections to
encourage personal growth. Scouts who have served as leaders in the NYLT, OA or Venturing
programs are highly encouraged to apply for this position.
6109 Leadership Heights Experience Staff Program Leadership Ridge Experience Staff members will be responsible for delivering high-quality experiences and
activities to grow young leaders and prepare them for a rapidly changing world. Experience
staff will work in the main Leadership Heights program area on Leadership Ridge, delivering
the unique experiences. Staff of all eligible ages welcome, but those who have been "recently
youth" are strongly encouraged to apply.
6111 Leadership Heights Show Production Staff Program Leadership Ridge The Show Production Staff is responsible for behind the scenes work that makes the
Leadership Heights story come alive! If you possess audio and video, stage managerial, or
physical production skills the Show Production Team is the place for you.
6112 Leadership Heights Show Stage Talent Program Leadership Ridge Every show needs a star, and the stars of the Leadership Heights story are the Scouts that
demonstrate leadership each and every day. If you want to be on stage telling the story of
transformational leadership the Stage Talent Team is the place for you. Come work with us to
show each and every scout what they are capable of when they take their leadership to new
heights!
6114 Leadership Heights General Staff Program Leadership Ridge Want to help in a variety of situations and put your multi-faceted skillset to work? Great! The
Leadership Heights General staff will serve as general support staff for Leadership Heights
performing logistical and administrative support work and may be assigned to specific
experiences or locations as necessary. If you’re a problem solver who loves a new challenge
every day, this is the team for you.
6122 CBC Frontier Village General Staff Program Challenge Base Camp Assist participants to experience skills and contests which were part of life on the North America frontier in the 18th and 19th centuries. Guide participants to shoot muzzle loading rifles, throw knives and tomahawks, and experience other skills of the North American Frontier including blacksmithing, rope making, and ornamental branding. 2/3 of the team of IST members must be certified to National Rifle Association standards or equivalent as Instructor or Range Safety Officer. Experience as reenactor or docent of 18th and 19th century skills is desired, but not mandatory.
6124 CBC Highland Games General Staff Program Challenge Base Camp Friendship Tartan Games IST are responsible for enthusiastically supporting participants in completing the highland style adventures and skill challenges or demonstration experience by setting up and maintaining the various stations of activity. The Friendship Tartan Games Team will ensure that participants compete in a safe manner and recognize their achievement. Assist in Highland Games style construction and maintenance of activity and demonstration elements.make daily inspections of the event elements. Monitor the assigned areas of the course during event days to ensure that participants the elements in a safe manner. Be aware of the activities of all participants in the assigned area. Report any safety issues to leadership and Friendship Tartan Games personnel.Administer first aid as needed for participants and staff. Contact medical teams for any who need assistance.Comply with assignments by event managers as needed.Communicate regularly with event managers.Be cheerful and encouraging to all participants. Celebrate their successes. Be able to meet the physical demands of the summit—walking, etc.
Be able to stand for extended periods to observe and report on the safety of participants.
Be able to walk sufficiently to monitor sections of the one and two mile courses.
Be able to see and observe participants.
Be able to hear weather alarms, whistle alerts and radio communication.
Be able to assist participants who may be in distress or unable to continue the activity.
Be able to assist the team by moving supplies such as lumber, posts, chain link fencing and assist in the construction of activities or demonstration elements.
6126 CBC Acme Pioneering General Staff Program Challenge Base Camp Help with the construction of site and projects, interpretation of site for participants, teaching and giving instruction to the participants. Knowledge of common knots and lashings and their application in building climb-on and static projects.
Familiarity with basic wood hand tools and their safe use.
Familiarity with common rope and spar project concepts.
6130 CBC Spartan Race General Staff Program Challenge Base Camp Spartan Race Team members are responsible for enthusiastically supporting participants in completing the adventure race experience by setting up and maintaining two safe, but challenging race courses. The Spartan Race Team will ensure that participants compete in a safe manner and recognize their achievement at the Finish Line. Assist in construction and maintenance of obstacle course elements.Make daily inspections of the event elements.
Monitor the assigned areas of the course during event days to ensure that participants are performing the elements in safe manner.Be aware of the activities of all participants in the assigned area. Report any safety issues to leadership and Spartan Race personnel.Administer first aid as needed for participants and staff. Contact medical teams for any who need assistance.Comply with assignments by event managers as needed.Communicate regularly with event managers.Be cheerful and encouraging to all participants. Celebrate their successes.
Be able to meet the physical demands of the summit—walking, etc.
Be able to stand for extended periods to observe and report on the safety of participants.
Be able to walk sufficiently to monitor sections of the one and two mile courses.
Be able to see and observe participants.
Be able to hear weather alarms, whistle alerts and radio communication.
Be able to assist participants who may be in distress or unable to continue the activity.
Be able to assist the Spartan Race professional team by moving supplies such as lumber and assist in the construction of race elements.
6131 CBC Shooting Sports Barrels Muzzleloading Instructor Program Challenge Base Camp Buckskin Village takes scouts back to what it was like in the 1800's on the Frontier. Instructors work as part of a team to assist scouts in loading and firing muzzleloading rifles. One or more of the following certifications required: NRA Range Safety Officer, NRA Coop Muzzleloading Rifle Instructor, NRA Shotgun Instructor, NRA Rifle Instructor, NMLRA Muzzleloading Instructor, BSA National Camping School Shooting Sports Director. ML instructors will also assist in other areas such as tomahawk and knife throwing and living history displays. Staff members are encouraged to dress in 1800's attire and bring display items suitable to camp life in the rendezvous era. Must be at least 21 years of age.
6135 Chaplains General Staff Program Frontier Quest Provide pastoral counseling and general support to scouts, contingent leaders and staff, and provide guidance, logistical and resource support to contingent troop Chaplain Aides, while also being available to assist in Duty to God and worship opportunities at the Jamboree.
6136 Chaplain Assistants General Staff Program Frontier Quest Work alongside assigned Chaplain to fulfill their duties, including two-deep coverage for pastoral counseling, scout transport, Chaplain Aide guidance and support, and worship support. This position is especially suited for young-adult staff with a career or bi-vocational interest in pastoral counseling or other faith-based ministry.
6137 Exhibits & Displays Brownsea Island General Staff Program Frontier Quest Introduce Scouts to Baden-Powell's original Scout Camp in one of the Jamboree's living history programs -- teach Scouts about life in the early 1900s and play games.
6138 Special Needs & Disabilities General Staff Program Frontier Quest Support the Special Needs & Disabilities Challenge (formerly Disabilities Awareness Challenge) activity. Staff will be involved in several specific venues (approximately 20 overall) which incorporate activities that are intended to demonstrate aspects of specific disabilities. Staff will describe the activity, guide the participant through the activity and conduct a reflection upon completion of the experience.
6142 Exhibits and Displays Military Action General Staff Program Frontier Quest Support the military programs, exhibits, and activities.
6147 Program - Faith Based Charter Partners General Staff Program Frontier Quest Staff in this area represent the individual religious organizations chartered by scouting.  Staff will work in the Duty to God and Country area of the Jamboree and provide information on their faith and the religious emblems and programs offered by their faith.  Staff in this area report directly to their Jamboree faith-based leadership and take specific direction from that leadership. 
6153 STEM General Staff Program Frontier Quest Staff STEM exhibits and activities, and support outside partner programs.  A general interest in STEM and more in-depth knowledge in one or more STEM-related fields would be beneficial.
6156 Messengers of Peace Program General Staff Program Frontier Quest As a member of the Messengers of Peace team, you will be engaging Scouts and Scouters in a variety of conversations and activities related to diversity, inclusion, servant leadership, SDGs, and building community. Members of this team should have an understanding of the Messengers of Peace initiative on both the BSA and WOSM levels. MoP staff will work shifts at the International/MoP Exhibit, will receive training to deliver standard information and interactive content to exhibit visitors. Their job is to explain/evangelize what MoP is, how scouts can participate and how MoP ties the BSA and Scout's communities into the World Scouting Movement and its initiatives and events.
6157 Other Charter Partners - General Staff Program Frontier Quest At the 2023 National Scout Jamboree, the National Relationship Support Committee will have an Area specifically for Chartered Partners – non religious to gather, and get together. In this area, non-religious Chartered Partners will be able to meet together with their affiliates from across the country, or meet with potential new members interested in learning about their organizations and what they offer as potential partners for Scout units. Staff in this area will provide cheerful services to work with Chartered Partners and their representatives to make sure they have what they need to be organized within their exhibit area, and provide assistance, as needed. Staff might also be representatives from the Chartered Partners who wish to serve in the Chartered Partners - General area, but need not necessarily be members of a specific Chartered Partner to serve in this area, only be willing to provide the cheerful service to the Chartered Partners that are represented in the area.
6158 Geocaching and Orienteering general staff Program Frontier Quest Share the fun of geocaching and orienteering with Scouts and visitors!
6159 Landscape Photography general staff Program Frontier Quest Share the beauty of the Summit with Scouts and visitors by introducing them to landscape photography.
6160 Summit Interpretive Trail General staff Program Frontier Quest Introduce Scouts to the what the Summit was like 50+ years ago -- an active coal mine! Take part in a living history program and help Scouts understand what it was like to be a miner at the Summit, or a family member, on an interactive living history trail.
6161 Outdoor Recreation Program General Staff Program Frontier Quest Share the beauty and unique features of the Summit with Scouts and visitors by serving on the Outdoor Recreation program staff we're still developing specific programs, so feel free to reach out for more details.
6162 Public Safety Activities and Exhibits Fire Program Frontier Quest Share the excitement of a career in firefighting with Scouts and visitors.
6163 Public Safety Activities and Exhibits EMS Program Frontier Quest Share the excitement of a career in emergency medical services with Scouts and visitors.
6164 Public Safety Activities and Exhibits Law Enforcement Program Frontier Quest Share the excitement of a career in law enforcement with scouts and visitors.
6166 Celebrating Humanity Program General Staff Program Frontier Quest Celebrate the diversity of the human family with Scouts and visitors -- from cultural celebrations to learning about the differences that enrich our lives.
6169 Business Entrepreneurship and Finance Program General Staff Program Frontier Quest Introduce Scouts and visitors to the business world -- applying Scout leadership skills in for-profit settings, harnessing the power of invention, and exploring how money works.
6170 Sustainability Program General Staff Program Frontier Quest Help Scouts and visitors understand how to incorporate sustainable practices into their lives -- working together, we each can help save the planet!
7030 COS International Service Support Staff Contingent Operation Services The international hosting team works to ensure our international staff and participants have an enjoyable and safe time while getting the most out of their jamboree experience
7040 Servmart Contingent Operation Services Each base camp will be assigned a Servmart Attendant to
check-out tools and provide consumable supplies. The
attended will serve as the liasion between the Logistics
Operations Center and the subcamps assigned to them.
Customer support and computer skills are a must.
8006 Food Service Support Team Logistics The logistics and support of all food operations for the
entire Jamboree. This team is the management and
primary support staff to all food team areas. Work
involves pre-planning, food related setup in advance of
the Jamboree and then during the Jamboree doing
whatever is necessary to enable all areas of the Food
Team to deliver their specific plans.
8007 Food Distribution & Participant Support Logistics The logistics and distribution of all meals to the
participants. Work involves Jamboree wide food
distribution and full operations of the Jamboree
Commissaries located in the Base camps.
8008 Food Retail Sales Logistics The logistics of running snack bars throughout the
Jamboree venue. Snack bars are food stands that serve
a full menu selection to participants, staff and visitors.
The snack bars are located in program areas and also in
the participant Base camp areas. Staff may rotate or
work one location based on scheduling. Work involves
food service and cleanup, cash register sales and snack
bar stocking.
BSA credit card training
8009 Food Catering Logistics The logistics of providing food to catered events held
principally at Legacy Village. Work primarily involves
food service and support of scheduled events in the
Summit Center special reception tents as well as
deliveries of catered food throughout the Jamboree site.
customer service, and food service.
8010 Food Chat N Chew Staff Snack Bar Logistics Located within the staff Base camp at Echo, the
Chat-N-Chew provides a unique retail food experience
that allows staff to relax and recharge in a fun and
entertaining social setting. Working at the staff camp
Chat-N-Chew offers a short commute to work and allows
you to meet Scouters from all around. Work involves
receiving food, stocking merchandise, food service, cash
register sales, and even special event hosting.
Customer-service. Moving product. Food preparation and service. BSA credit card training. Food safety training.
8011 Food Staff Dining Logistics Assist in serving breakfast and dinner using a buffet style
service for each staff meal. Service is delivered at one of
3 Dining Complexes. Staff Dining Team lives adjacent to
the assigned Dining Complex. The duties encompass
logistics, process, dining area meal setup, food service,
and delivery of special dietary foods. Facility cleaning is
of special importance to insure the health and safety of
the patrons and achieving a high level of satisfaction.
Customer-service. Moving product. Cleaning. Safe food
handling.
8012 Food Staff Summit 2 Go Lunch Logistics Help to provide each Jamboree Staff member with a
pack-your-own, shelf-stable lunch. Service is delivered at
one of the 3 Dining Complexes, adjacent to the dining
area, and offers a short commute to work. Work primarily
involves unloading pallets of product and setting up the
service tables for staff to select their lunch on their way
out from having breakfast.
8016 Retail Operations - Trading Post Services Logistics Jamboree retail trading posts are a fun and exciting role for all potential JST members. Relatively short work days allow for plenty of time to
experience the Jamboree. Posts sell various patches, clothing, gear and souvenirs.
8021 Logistics Support Team Logistics Be part of a small team that provides a quick reaction problem solving team for logistics problems. This is NOT associated with the Logistics Operations Center. Problem solving and people skills
8025 Logistics Operations Center Watch Team Logistics 24/7 three-shift work. Crew members will receive work
order requests from the field via computer, telephone,
and/or in person and document in computer generated
work order for assignment to the appropriate Jamboree
contact points. Crew members will be located at the LOC
Headquarters in the Arnold Logistics Center building at
the Summit.
8028 Transportation Scheduler Logistics Will receive transportation requests and assign/schedule vehicles to meet request. Monitoring computer and communication devices to manage work orders and completions. Computer/PC (Office WORD&EXCEL), phone, problem
solving
8029 Transportation Field Support Bus loads/off - loads Logistics Field Support will be stationed throughout the Jamboree to assist in executing the daily operations of vehicle/persons movements. There is regular interaction with Jamboree participants, staff, and visitors to ensure traffic needs are met. This position requires good problem solving and customer service skills. Communication with phone, radio, and office equipment
8031 Transportation Motorpool Driver Logistics Drive motor pool missions as directed. Assist in basic upkeep and maintenance of motorpool vehicles.Be prepared to drive a variety of vehicles and UTVs.
Ensure Summit and Jamboree safety procedures are followed and enforced.
Drivers License, good driving record
8035 Transportation Motorpool Administration Logistics Advise TLC of vehicle availability and maintenance issues. Use the jamboree work order system. Check-out vehicles as assigned by the TLC to qualified
individuals. Assist in preparation of the daily work schedule for the personnel in the Motorpool. Maintain an accurate record of summit vehicle
schedules, requests, and those checked out. Regularly update TLC with the latest list of Motor
Drivers License, good driving record, computer skills
Multi-tasking
8038 Logistics Maintenance Electrician Logistics Part of a 4 person team assigned to either a Base Camp Lead approval if not licensed.
or a Jump Team. Maintain/repair camp infrastructure
facilities (shower houses, pavilions, special projects).
Electrician License preferred, not required.
8039 Logistics Maintenance Plumber Logistics Part of a 4 person team assigned to either a Base Camp Lead approval if not licensed.
or a Jump Team. Maintain/repair camp infrastructure
facilities (shower houses, pavilions, special projects)
Journeyman and/or Apprentice Plumber or equivalent
experience.
8040 Logistics Maintenance Carpenter Logistics Part of a 4 person team assigned to either a Base Camp
or a Jump Team. Maintain/repair camp infrastructure
facilities (shower houses, pavilions, special projects) as
needed.
Ability to work with all carpentry tools including pneumatic,
electric, and hand
8041 Logistics Maintenance Handyman Logistics Part of a 4 person team assigned to either a Base Camp
or a Jump Team. Maintain/repair camp infrastructure
facilities (shower houses, pavilions, special projects)
General handyman maintenance. Ability to work with hand tools:
hammers, screw drivers, pliers, tape measure, hand saw, etc
8042 Maintenance Maintenance & Repair Dispatch Logistics Intake maintenance requests from the Logistics Operation
Center (LOC), dispatch to Basecamp and central facilities
(Jump) Teams, escalate requests as required, track
requests to completion.
Dispatch Operations, Office Management. Organization Skills, ability to with CMM Software, MS
Excel, MS Word
8043 Maintenance Environmental Team Lead Logistics Leads a team of Environmental Team members, helps recruit,
train, orientate. Manages work during Jamboree to accomplish Team's mission which includes recycling collection and monitoring refuse.
Previous Jamboree Green team experience preferred.
9001 Administration Duty Officer Administration 1) Provide clerical and functional support to the Administration Pillar management
2) Answer questions via telephone and face-to-face while providing desk duties
3) Analyze dynamic situations and suggest relevant solutions, and implement plans in response
4) Work effectively and collaboratively both in-person and at-a-distance
5) Utilize digital technology to communicate effectively and develop solutions to Jamboree-related challenges
6) Abundant opportunities for pre-jamboree and post-jamboree planning and analysis-related contributions are available for those who have the time and resources to engage early
Specific Skills Required, if any: Customer service; communication via telephone, text-based platforms, video platforms; analyzing dynamic data and composing short written reports; highly adaptable to continual change in a dynamic environment; self-starting with a well-defined sense of when to act alone and when to consult with others. Identify complex problems and review related information to develop and evaluate options and implement solutions. Manage own time and the time of others.
Ability to listen to and understand information and ideas presented through spoken words and sentences.
Proficiency in computers, specifically with standard office software and cloud-based documents
9002 Administration Specialized Support Staff Administration The volunteers in this role are prepared to provide leadership for developing solutions & resolving ambiguous questions posed to the Administration Pillar in the time before, during, and after the Jamboree delivery dates. Their Scouting and professional background will be conducive to initiating research, coordinating team-oriented collaboration and utilizing multiple diverse perspectives to selflessly achieve the needs of the Jamboree. Ability to utilize tools and skills necessary for coordinating people/processes within the Administration Pillar; ability to analyze data and independently develop courses of action to problems; use of software and other digital tools to rapidly implement high quality results. Identify problems and review related information to develop and evaluate options and implement solutions.
Manage own time and the time of others.
Ability to listen to and understand information and ideas presented through spoken words and sentences.
9003 JST Staff Support Services Administration The JST Support Services area within the Administration Pillar serves as the Jamboree volunteer support center and provides services akin to a human resources or employee relations office. Volunteers in this role have experience in finding positive solutions to work-related challenges including deescalating and mediating disagreements, clarifying policies and expectations, upholding the Jamboree’s commitment to a diverse, equitable, and inclusive Scouting environment, and preparing materials to support first-time JST members’ seamless integration into the Jamboree staff experience. Specific Skills Required, if any: Protecting and maintaining confidentiality; navigating personnel management software; human resources, employee relations, and/or organizational personnel management; clear and concise written communications; problem-solving abilities. Identify complex problems and review related information to develop and evaluate options and implement solutions. Manage own time and the time of others. Ability to listen to and understand information and ideas presented through spoken words and sentences.
9004 User Experience and Data Management Administration Working with different data sources, creating reporting, and feedback presentations. Opportunity to facilitate and design Jamboree reporting, feedback collection, and processes with an eye toward future Jamborees.
9005 Data Scientist Administration Taking data from multiple sources in order to understand trends affecting the Jamboree. Gathering data from systems and people to develop a 360 view of the Jamboree.
9010 Medical Clinical EMS Administration Healthcare Personnel - Paramedics, EMT, Emergency First Responder. Primary care facilities - located in Base Camps.
Acute Care Facilities - located in the Program Areas.
Jamboree Health Center - on-site referral field hospital
with x-ray and limited laboratory testing.
Provide healthcare for Jamboree attendees who become
injured or sick. Mobile and static EMS teams are utilized
in Program Areas.
Clinical Staff is supported by administrative staff at each
medical facility.
Clinical Staff - US State Healthcare License, Licensed staff
must be involved in either full or part time practice or
retired no more than 3 years. For questions - email: 2023nsjmed@gmail.com
9015 Medical Listening Ear Administration Capable of active empathetic, open minded,non-judgemental verbal & non-verbal listening. Appearance and demeanor reflects confidence, interest
and capacity to assist. Cheerful interactions with participants & peers. Capable of adjusting to varying emotional levels,empathetic & service driven
Team work. Provide a source of unconditional acceptance and empathy while listening actively to whatever is brought up. Screen for potential medical &/or mental health matters and if reasonably appropriate, timely arrange for a multi-person escort to the appropriate level of care.
Regularly confer and/or collaborate with LE Leadership, as well as Chaplains and Base Camp Mental Health Officers. Document all meaningful participant contacts and/or services rendered. No certifications. Pre-Jamboree on-line and on-site training will be provided and required for LE Staff.
Experience in the following fields is very useful:
• Counselling
• Education (teacher: grades 6-12)
• Clergy
• Crisis management
• Nursing (clinical, psychiatric)
• Psychology (clinical)
• Psychiatry
• Social Work (clinical)
• Youth Protection For questions email 2023nsjmed@gmail.com
9020 Medical Mental Health Administration Mental Health Field (psychiatry,psychology, social work, professional counseling).
Direct patient care as part of an interdisciplinary team. Experience with adolescents BASE CAMP MH STAFF - Liaison between Jamboree MH
and their assigned BC Medical Clinic as well as BC Operations and Commissioners. Increase awareness of MH resources available Assess & intervene to provide short-term or crisis intervention regarding more serious or
secondary mental or behavioral issues.
MH CLINIC STAFF - Assess & intervene regarding serious psychopathology and/or behavioral acting out, threats of self harm or harm to others, and violations of the Jamboree Code of Conduct.
U.S. medical or mental health license. Licensed staff must
be involved in either full or part time practice or retired no
more than 3 years. For questions email 2023nsjmed@gmail.com
9025 Medical Staff Administration Healthcare Personnel - Physician, Dentists, Podiatrists,
PA, NP, CRNA, Nurses, Paramedics, EMT, Nursing
Assistants, Tech, Emergency First Responder, Wilderness
First Aider, & Pharmacist all needed to staff medical
facilities.
Administrative - Clerical Support Staff needed to staff all
medical facilities as well as Medical HQ, Med IT, and
non-emergent Med Transport. Primary Care facilities - located in Base Camps.
Acute Care Facilities - located in the Program Areas.
Jamboree Health Center - on-site referral field hospital
with x-ray and limited laboratory testing.
Provide healthcare for Jamboree attendees who become
injured or sick. Mobile and static EMS teams are utilized
in Program Areas. Jamboree Student Clerkships are
available for senior medical and nursing students.
Clinical Staff is supported by administrative staff at each
medical facility.
Administrative/Clerical Staff - no certifications required
Med Transport - US Driver's License
Clinical Staff - US State Healthcare License, Licensed staff must be involved in either full or part time practice or retired, no more than 3 years. For questions email 2023nsjmed@gmail.com
9030 IT 2 Way Communications Administration Support Jamboree users of DMR and P25 two way radios through the distribution and recovery of radio equipment, communication training and system optimization. 
9031 IT Computer and Network Support Administration Support Jamboree computing needs across the site through the distribution and support of computers, printers, networking gear and miscellaneous equipment. 
9037 BSA National Channels Administration Liaison with BSA national communications channels.
9038 Crisis Communications Administration Crisis communications response and mitigation.
9039 Media Relations Administration External media relations and proactive public relations before and during the event.
9040 Hometown News Media Relations Administration Coordinates sharing Scouting stories with media in local markets.
9041 Photo and Video Services Administration On-site photography and videography services.
9042 Event Communications JamboLink Administration Social and digital media with an emphasis on enhancing the onsite experience of jamboree participants.
9071 Registration Concierge Administration The Registration Concierge will provide support to the registration process prior to the arrival of guests. They can provide answers to general questions and escalate issues to a higher level if needed. This will give a positive first impression for our guests and lighten the work load for the Registrar. On site, the Concierge team will provide a level of customer service to ensure guests have a positive first impression and a warm hand off to the next step in their onboarding process (getting onto Summit property).
9072 Registration and Access Support Staff Administration Staff will provide support to the registration process prior to the arrival of guests. They can provide answers to general questions and escalate issues to a higher level if needed. This will give a positive first impression for our guests and lighten the work load for the Registrer. On site, staff will provide a level of customer service to ensure guests have a positive first impression and a warm hand off to the next step in their onboarding process (getting onto Summit property).
9073 Visitor and Guest Support Services Administration The time visitors have at SBR is often limited and their experience should be maximized. VGS Team members meet parties at arriving buses or vehicles and ascertain the needs of visitors.
They conduct walking tours of various lengths to initiate patrons to SBR areas of interest. They are well-versed in all locations and activities. They suggest specific itineraries for groups based on the groups available time and physical abilities.

VGS Team members are cross trained to do work in information booths and conduct other duties as assigned during days when no visitors are present.
9074 VIP Coordination and Distinguished Visitor Support Team Administration VCS Team members intercept guest once they arrive at the disembarkation point, presumably a gateway near the Scott Welcome Center. They quickly usher them away from the buses to an area for photographs or the Gateway Information Tent (GPS HQ). This allows buses to return to bring another load to SBR. They act as greeters and determine the needs and expectations of the guests.

Most guests are directed to Concierge, Escorts and Guides Team members. Others are accompanied by their VCS member(s) to specific destinations per their reasons for attending the Jamboree. VCS Team members may act as personal liaisons between their visitor groups and other functions at the Jamboree. They ensure that guest with whom they liaise return to their point of debarkation.
9075 Lost and Found Coordination Team Administration The Lost and Found Team (LFT) designs and implements the comprehensive system for collecting, cataloging, storing (when necessary), returning lost personal items. This system is crucial to ensuring that participants and guests alike have a positive Jamboree experience.

There are many facets of this system which include, but are not limited to, data management, collection, cataloging, storage, retrieval, and redistribution of lost materials. Crucial to the success of this system will be a well-develop customer service culture. Other teams will assist with certain of these functions as needed. For example, information booths have in the past served as highly visible locations for both collection of lost items and potential redistribution of them.
9076 Visitor Information Team Administration From before the Jamboree officially opens until the last day of it, VIT Team members serve by manning six information booths strategically placed within the parts of the SBR accessible to guests and participants. Before the Jamboree is open to guests and participants, VIT Team members help Staff learn their way around SBR. During the Jamboree, VIT Team members act as a vital resource to ensure a positive jamboree experience. Information booths are recognized as a place for directions and information, as an entry point for lost and found items and as a place of rest. Shade provided by the information booths and chairs within are offered to exhausted guest and participants in need, where and when possible.

Groups of VIT Team members rotate amongst all sites thus increasing familiarity with fast and efficient ways to traverse SBR. They use visual aids to help with giving directions, answers questions about locations and about the SBR in general, act as general greeters and ombudspersons. These members are cross trained to do walking tours. They man booths during shows and when no visitors are present to assist participants in need.
9077 VIP Coordination and Distinguished Visitor Support Team Administration Participants and guests check in off site prior to traveling to the Summit Bechtel Reserve (SBR) by bus. A knowledgeable, well-trained PGAM Team member is on board buses during the ~25-minute ride to SBR. A briefing about YPT (Nationally approved short version of Youth Protection) is presented to all. They also receive an introduction to the site as they pass some points of interest. Questions they have about the site are answered.

PGAM Team members are also cross trained to conduct walking tours (see below) and to help with the Visitor Information Team as needed. They conduct other duties as assigned during days when no visitors are present.
9505 Diversity Equity & Inclusion Support Staff Chief of Staff The Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Support Staff is a new team that will be responsible for helping to ensure that the Jamboree is an inclusive and accessible event. The team will host community spaces for various identity groups (e.g. women, Scouts of color, LGBTQ+ Scouts and allies, etc) and provide ad hoc consultation and support to contingents and staff to meet inclusion and accessibility needs. The DEI support staff will be expected to participate in pre-Jamboree trainings.
9601 EMS Emergency Management As a member of the EMS Branch, you join a diverse group of personnel trained to provide emergency medical care in the field to the Jamboree’s staff, participants and visitors. Branch members are managed by experienced providers within the NIMS unified command system. Those who join this group will be assigned rotating schedules from ten (10) to twenty-four (24) hour shifts, with ample personal time for you to enjoy the Jamboree during your off-shift time. Current Basic Life Support skills are required. Physical demands range from low to high, are dependent on the area of the Jamboree assigned and involve patient movement. Some personnel may be required to drive UTVs while others may be assigned to foot or bike patrols.

Current certification as an EMT or higher in your home state is required. List your current certification level and list your relevant experience in your application.

9602 Emergency Management Dispatch Emergency Management Serves as a Public Safety/Emergency Event dispatcher in the Summit Operations Center (SOC). Utilizes multiple radio systems, multi-line phones and various on-line alerting/tracking systems to perform emergency services and public safety dispatch during the Jamboree. Must be able to quickly interpret/analyze caller information and ask required vital questions from caller to ensure appropriate assets are dispatched. Tracks status and updates various systems with emergency services & public safety locations and availability. Previous service as public safety dispatcher or previous SBR dispatch experience. Completion of National Incident Management (NIMS) training of Intro to Incident Command System IS-100.c and NIMS Intro IS-700.b is required prior to arrival. Additional on-site & system training will be provided.
9603 Emergency Management Logistics Emergency Management Deals with the procurement of supplies, distribution of equipment (including emergency services unique information technology and communication equipment) and coordination of specific support services (i.e. transportation, food, housing and related matters) for all emergency services units. Understanding of National Incident Management System (NIMS) is highly desired. Previous experience in logistics planning is preferred.
9604 Fire Marshall Emergency Management Accomplishes compliance inspections in accordance with local fire codes for all structures and activities across the Jamboree site. Also supports overall safety compliance during large group gatherings. Applicants must hold an NFPA, or equivalent, fire inspector certification or possess equivalent professional experience. Applicant must posses a valid driver's liscence.
9605 Safety Service Emergency Management Accomplish site-wide safety inspections to ensure conformity with BSA policies, procedures, and publications (e.g., Guide to Safe Scouting, S.A.F.E., Shooting Sports Manual), and the capability to address new or changing hazards.
The Safety Service Lead or designee will assign safety staff to a safety position such as to the Safety Mgmt Team, Safety Strike Team, and / or Basecamp Safety.

Successful experience in managing and working building relationships with volunteers and professional staff.

Long hours and must have a "Can Do" attitude. I 4 Ability to recognize risk and hazards and the ability to work with and through others to mitigate the risk/hazard.
Perform site-wide risk assessments identifying, analyzing and mitigating accepted risks associated with Program and/or Activity areas.
Assist in and/or review program hazard analysis' (PHAs).
Applicants must possess safety/risk management knowledge of BSA material, and related experience. All drivers must possess a current valid driver's license.

Completion of any required 2023 NSJ training.

Up-to-date Youth Protection certificate.
9606 Security Emergency Management Helps secure the Jamboree site using a combination of foot and mounted patrols as well as manned entry control points. Experienced personnel may be asked to conduct investigations. Law enforcement experience is not required but if you are a current or retired Law Enforcement Officer please provide your agency’s information in your application. Physical demands are dependent on position and range from high to low activity. Some personnel may be required to drive UTVs while others may be assigned to foot or bike patrols.

Law enforcement officers will be required to provide proof of current status.
9607 Planning Cell Emergency Management Creates incident action plans (IAP) and documents critical emergency information for daily emergency services operations and special events. Provides subject matter technical experts to support planning and operations. Experience with incident action planning and/or emergency dispatch/communications is highly desired.

Certification in the National Incident Management System (NIMS) is highly desired.

9608 Military & Civilian Agency Liaison Emergency Management Serves as a Liaison Officer (LNO) to the Joint Inter Agency Task Force (JIATF) group, responsible for coordinating and communicating with our Federal/State/Local public safety partners during the National Scout Jamboree. This includes the DOD Joint Task Force (JTF) group who will be responsible for coordinating and communicating with military personnel for resources and support during the Jamboree. Both will be located in their operations centers off-property with transportation provided between the Summit and their operations center. Emergency Management or Emergency Operations Center experience is required for all JIATF positions.

Military and/or emergency management experience is required for all JTF positions.

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