Maintain all IT products including software installation, LAN management, IT trouble shooting and fault isolation. 2 volunteers may rotate days if required. SEE NOTES FOR FULL DETAILS
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Undertake guided tours of the Museum as necessary. Undertake Gallery Attendant duties in allocated gallery, as per roster. Meet and greet, and interact with members of the public. Answer visitor questions, as required. Direct visitors to appropriate services (ie toilet, water fountain, seats disabled facilities etc) Other duties as directed.
This volunteer role provides you with an opportunity to share your customer service, reception and hospitality skills at quaint cafe located in Laidley. Duties include: Food preparation, barista role, kitchen hand, providing information about the museum and the local area, answering telephone. This is a great opportunity to welcome visitors to the Laidley area and encourage tourists to enjoy all that the Lockyer Valley has to offer.
To interview people in the Busselton region, following specific guidelines on the preparation for and recording of people's life stories for the Busselton Oral History Group (Inc).'
The Maritime Museum of Townsville requires the services of a gardener. This is an important position, since the museum grounds/gardens need to be maintained and presented in an optimal condition in order to attract visitors and promote the hiring of the venue as an additional source of income
As a gardening volunteer you will be assisting in keeping the grounds of Clarendon House in great order - mowing lawns, tending shrubs and tidying up leaves, etc. Duties as a handyman may include - window washing, general repair work, e.g. tighten handles, touch-up painting plus other duties as required. Days to be negotiated.
Volunteer Engagement/ Tour Guides work with the public to provide our visitors with insite into our displays and offer assistance where required. Visitors always have a wonderful experience at the Museum of Tropical Queensland but with the help of our Volunteer Guides they have an unforgettable one.
Assisting Office Manager with daily tasks Using all Microsoft Office Programs Greeting and helping visitors Updating spreadsheets, word documents, taking bookings.
Do you have a passion for wooden boats and a love of all things maritime? Would you like to be part of the largest Wooden Boat Festival in the Southern Hemisphere? Join our team of enthusiastic volunteers who help produce the fantastic festival.
The Museum is seeking to recruit a Volunteer Coordinator to lead the development of our Volunteer Program. Your overall focus will involve assessing, informing and coordinating the volunteer requirements of the Museum, inclusive of selection, on-boarding, training, rewarding and recognising the organisation volunteers. You will enjoy: - Role diversity - Working with genuine and passionate people - Taking ownership of a Volunteer Program, while being encouraged to introduce new ideas.
This is a position for a volunteer with strong skills in writing, editing and promotion.
We are seeking enthusiastic and motivated volunteers to assist us in providing customer service, visitor greeting and front desk services to our museum's visitors.
Do you want to work from home, have a computer and interested in the environment, scientific notebooks, etc.?
The National Trust - Victor Harbor Branch require volunteers to work in their gift shop at the Encounter Coast Discovery Centre Museum. The Retail Assistant will perform a vital role as you will be the first contact with visitors to the museum and gift shop. Tasks will include assisting visitors, reception duties for the museum and processing the sale of souvenirs and admission fees to the museum.
The National Trust, Victor Harbor Branch are looking for a general handyperson that can assist with small maintenance and repair tasks, including basic carpentry and painting. Assistance in maintaining the gardens will also be needed.
We are looking for an experienced Curator for our Museum. To help us disseminate our collection physically or digitally.
Co-ordinating and presenting booked bus tour groups with morning or afternoon tea at a local organisation.
Keeping financial records, making payments, and managing all financial matters for a local organisation.
Assisting in the garden at the local community organisation in Bathurst.
Ref: # 012 Volunteer (unpaid) for not-for-profit organisation You will be required to assist in hiring out mobility equipment, completing contracts & cleaning returned equiptment. No Computer Work Is Involved
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