Join the BSA Team

It might come as a surprise that Scouting is a solid, paid profession. Today’s professional Scouters are a diverse group of men and women sharing a dynamic career offering independence, achievement, and stability. Throughout its rich, diverse history, the Boy Scouts of America has affected the lives of young people, helping to create some of the nation’s most celebrated leaders and citizens. We continually search for potential career employees who would like to work in a profession that has a meaningful, rewarding purpose. Bring to the BSA your varied life experiences, education, and perspective, and in return you will have an opportunity to combine those skills and experiences in a career that values and respects others. Scouting is a profession with a purpose!

Do I Have What It Takes? If you have skills in human relations, public relations, marketing, fundraising, finance, accounting, business management, or sales, then you should consider taking the opportunity to become a professional Scouter.

Does Scouting Offer What I Want? The Boy Scouts of America offers one of the most rewarding career opportunities for college graduates and for professionals who are searching for a career change that will have significant impact on their communities. Think about it: your career has an enormous impact on your life. Often, your career determines where you live and how you feel about yourself. Making that career choice is a vitally important decision. Why not take a step toward leadership and consider working as a professional Scouter with the Boy Scouts of America?

Current Openings

  • Scoutreach Program Aide – Birmingham Area

Please Contact our Director of Field Service, Nathan Dutson with questions related to current openings.

Nathan Dutson

Current Summer Camp / Seasonal Openings

The Greater Alabama Council is currently seeking dedicated individuals to serve as seasonal camp staff at our two summer camps. 

Please Contact our Camping Director, Seth Hill with questions related to Summer Camp openings.

Seth Hill