The director of the club should be an adult who is vitally interested in young people and who sympathetically understands the problems of the junior age. Where possible, this director should be a Master Guide and should have taken the Pathfinder staff training course. If the director is not a Master Guide, he should become one.
1. He should be resourceful and enthusiastic and must be a member in good and regular standing of the Seventh-day Adventist Church
2. All activities of the club will be under his supervision. He must call, organize, and arrange for each club meeting. Since the success and morale of any club will depend largely upon the leadership of the club director, he should be an example of spirituality, neatness, promptness, good sportsmanship, amiability and self-control
3. The Pathfinder club director is responsible for seeing that the club reaches its objectives successfully. He is chairman of the Pathfinder executive council and presides when the executive committee meets. He also presides at the club staff meeting unless he has appointed a deputy director to take charge. He keeps in touch with Pathfinder headquarters at the conference office and renders reports as required
4. The Pathfinder director is a member of the advisory board of the church youth counsel and plans the total program for the year in counsel with his staff and this advisory board
5. He should be a person who understands boys and girls, works well with his staff, carries responsibility, possesses an eagerness to recognize new ideas and shows initiative in their implementation. Above all, he is a sincere Seventh-day Adventist Christian whose life demonstrates what God can do in the lives of boys and girls
6. The director should set the example by wearing a neat and complete uniform regularly
The Pathfinder director is a member of and responsible to the church board.