The ideal front of house volunteer is someone who can open up the museum and be at Reception to greet visitors as and when they arrive.
Visitor numbers can vary between a mob of people waiting for the next ferry to a lone Australian enthusiast from Perth…
Ideally, we’re also looking for someone who can undertake general long-term tasks in Reception at quiet times – on the computer, cataloguing, researching, or whatever your interests and skills are!
And of course it helps to have some sort of
sailing interest or background, but this is certainly not a requirement – plenty
of opportunity to learn on the job!
cataloguing, researching, but certainly not required!
- Diversity and equal opportunities policy
- Age restrictions
- Child Protection
- Complaints Policy
- Confidentially Policy
- DBS check required
- Ex Offenders
- Expenses reimbursed
- Health and Safety Policy
- Ongoing support
- Suitable for Duke of Edinburgh Award
- Suitable for Supported Volunteering
- Suitable for Under 16's
- Suitable for Under 18's
- Training provided
- Volunteer induction
- Volunteer Policy
- Volunteers covered by insurance
- Vulnerable Adults Policy
- Written role description
When can I volunteer?
Start Date: 16/10/2023
End Date: 16/10/2024
1-3 days per week: 10am – 1pm; 1pm – 4pm; or a full-day (10am – 4pm)
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