Applications are now closed
The Jamborette offers a fantastic opportunity for Scottish Scouts to camp with Scouts from many different countries and to take part in a truly unique international event.
Taking part in the camp as a member of staff is equally rewarding. Staff must be members of The Scouts and aged 18 or over by the 16th July 2022.
If you are attending BA 2022, please download and read the information booklet. Even if you have attended Blair Atholl as staff before, there is new and updated information that we need everyone to read.
Serving on the staff at Blair Atholl is exciting, satisfying and much-sought-after. It also includes a lot of hard work, long hours and a commitment throughout the whole camp to helping Scouts from all over the world enjoy a memorable international Scouting experience.
Applications from anyone holding an Adult Appointment and currently active in Scouting are invited. There is always a very high demand to be part of the Blair Atholl staff team so, unfortunately, not every application will be successful
Are you eligible?
You must have an adult appointment and have completed the relevant training in order to be eligible to apply and come to the camp. Full details of the requirements are in the booklet – please check before you apply.
Return of Application Form
Staff Applications are now closed.
The inclusive fee for Scottish Staff will be £300 per person which includes all food, camp services, staff club, camp booklet, staff garment, staff neckerchief, badge etc.
This fee must be paid prior to the camp and information about when and how this should be done will be circulated to staff members nearer the Jamborette. The increase in fees reflects the additional costs related to food, camp infrastructure etc that we have seen since 2018 and the planned camp in 2020.
Children of Staff Members
The camp is happy to have children of staff members (13 years or younger) attend the camp but provides no formal facilities for the children of staff members. If you wish to attend the camp with your child / children, you should complete their details on your application form in the ‘Additional Information for Families’ section.
Under 3s are free. 3 to 5 years pay £5 per day. 6 and over pay £10 per day. Food, badge and neckie are included.
Main areas of responsibility
All staff are assigned to one of the following teams. For more details on what each team does, check the information booklet. We’ll ask in the application what kind of role you’re interested in, so it’s worth taking a look to see what they all are before you start.
- Camp Village Facilities
- Hospital / Medic Team
- Site Quartermaster
- Site Services
- HQ Services
- Quartermaster and Catering
Code of Conduct
All staff members (Scottish and Overseas) at the Blair Atholl Jamborette must agree to follow and adhere to the Code of Conduct included in the Information Booklet.
Please follow these guidelines to keep yourself and everyone else safe and help us all have a great Jamborette.
The Scouts have a Child Protection Policy, Safety Policy and guidelines on “Scouting and Alcohol” and the “Scouting and Alcohol – Green Card”. All persons present at the Jamborette must familiarise themselves with the content and abide by these rules whilst on the site.
All Staff members must follow direction from the Camp Chief, as the Regional Commissioner for the event, and his Core Team.