Administration Staff

Sherry – Executive Manager/Chief Executive Officer

Sherry focus is on SERVICE, SERVICE and more SERVICE. Sherry is always happy to receive emails containing suggestions for improvement and accompanying solutions.

Jamie – Corporate Services Manager

Jamie is our Corporate Services Manager, he is very much involved in the statutory facet of Scouts WA and he is able to provide assistance with the business side of Scouting.

Jason – Accounts Manager

Jason is our Accounts Manager. His focus provides assistance regarding banking, payments and invoices as they relate to your group.

Jessicah – Reception Officer

Jessicah has recently joined Scouts WA, she is your first point of contact with the Administration Office. She responds to your general telephone enquiries and will forward more specific queries to the appropriate officer.

Jacynta – Accounts Receivables Officer

Jacynta is a part time Accounts Officer and is involved with processing incoming payments. She assists parents and volunteers in settling their accounts, and also assists in the Scout Store.

Elise – Membership Administration Officer

Elise is all things in membership and will be happy to assist with your enquiries about Working With Children Card, Police Clearance and any membership issues. She is also an Assistant Cub Scout Leader for Floreat Scout Group.

Rachel – Executive Assistant

Rachel is the first point of contact for the Board Chairman, Chief Commissioner, Executive Manager, Deputy Chief Commissioner and Regional Chief Commissioner. She capably ensures the smooth administration of the Administration Office.

Dana – Incident Liaison Officer (ILO)

Dana is the person to whom all incident reports involving personnel are sent, she is available 24/7 by phone. Dana is also available to assist Groups with their understanding of the Child Protection Policy and Procedures. Dana will attend all major camps to provide ‘on the ground’ service with regard to recording and immediate lodgement of documents with the appropriate authorities, should the need arise. The role of the Incident Liaison Officer is a procedural one directly associated with the carrying out of the Child Protection Policy.

Aleeshia – Events and Recruitment Officer

Aleeshia completes administration tasks with regard to registrations, bookings of equipment and venues which allows the BC Operations Support and the Volunteer Team for each event to coordinate and run events smoothly. Aleeshia ensures membership enquiries are converted into membership.

Matthew – Assistant Accountant

Matthew is the assistant to the Accountant, he is also a full time Accounts Officer and is involved with processing incoming payments. He assists parents and volunteers in settling their accounts, and also assists in the Scout Store.

Tony – Facilities Officer

It is a wide-ranging role which not only encompasses property but also insurance and vehicle/vessel registration. Tony can help you with any insurance queries you may have, whether they be regarding property or personnel.

Daniel – Training Administration Officer

Training Administration deals with the following: TR1 forms for all Scouts WA adult training courses (not including, Y3 forms for Venturers to attend Unit Management, Initiative, Leadership and Venturing Skills courses as well as any queries or issues relating to Scout Central and e-Learning, A2 forms for changes of service only, queries about Scouts Australia Institute of Training.

Christy – Accounts Officer

Christy ensures the Scout Store orders are processed within a timely manner, she assists with Scout Store orders and queries.

Stephan – Support Services Officer

Stephan provides support to the Administration Team to ensure tasks are completed in a timely manner.


Reasons to join Scouts WA

A unique

Our program is like nothing else, offering a huge range of activities and experiences for ages ranging from 6 to 25 – and new members can join at any stage of Scouting!

Fun and

From stories, games and craft to camping, bush adventures and water activities, Scouting offers activities to suit every interest and age group.

Growth and Learning

Scouts grow through adventure and new challenges. They make friends, build confidence and explore their abilities and interests. But most of all, Scouts have fun!

Diversity and Inclusion

Scouting WA values diversity and we warmly welcome members and volunteers from all backgrounds, and those with intellectual or physical disabilities.

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