aefenglommung (aefenglommung) wrote,

Scouting the Web

The National Association of United Methodist Scouters is looking for a new Webmaster. This is a volunteer (unpaid) position. Our current and founding webmaster is looking to step down. The site is located at

Duties include site maintenance, regular updates, posting new stuff referred from NAUMS (and also, The Office of CYSA/Scouting and GCUMM) in a timely fashion. Webmaster must be web-literate, with a good eye for design and some knowledge of HTML. Webmaster should be careful in posting material that might be copyrighted. Webmaster must be a dependable person with the right knowledge base (or able to acquire it) and good references (preferably with previous involvement in UM scouting). Webmaster must be a person of good character as well, able to achieve and sustain membership in any of the organizations with which we work.

Knowledge base includes The United Methodist Church (UMC) and its use of Civic Youth-Serving Agencies (BSA, GSUSA, 4-H, Camp Fire) in ministry to children and youth; The National Association of United Methodist Scouters (NAUMS) and its relation to The General Commission on United Methodist Men (GCUMM) and GCUMM's Office of CYSA/Scouting. Personal participation in UMC, one of the 4 CYSAs, and NAUMS major pluses.

If interested, reply to (not through the e-mail link on the site!), giving details of your interest and background.

This announcement has been x-posted to venturing, _philmont_, and methodism.

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