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.
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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
Re: 426 To assist with the setup of the new workshop facilities and ongoing management thereof.
Yandina Historical Society operates Yandina Historic House with volunteers. The positions we are offering are 'hospitality' positions. You will be asked to serve light refreshments, set up, put away and clean the Cafe area. If you have a sunny disposition, would love working with a team of happy people and enjoy sharing your knowledge of the on local area you are the person for us. We are open from 9:30am - 3pm daily including weekends. Hours negotiable.
Customer Service role, engaging with passengers prior to, during and following the train journey.
Retail attendants provide excellent customer service to our guests of the Mary Valley Rattler gift shop & tour desk. They work within a service focused team at the Historic Gympie Station.
Are you interested in our early transport History? Would you like to learn more about it, whilst sharing that knowledge with others? The Queensland Transport Museum is open 7 days a week and caters for tour groups and individuals wanting to immerse themselves in our transport history. The displays change seasonally and range from display cases filled with a huge range of models to retired and working rigs. We are seeking volunteers for an interactive role as tour guide.
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.
If you are interested in welcoming tourists to the beautiful Lockyer Valley region and want to help in promoting local sites and businesses then we want to here from you!
A Museum Guide/Assistant is required to help visitors experience the history of Townsville at Townsville Museum. Volunteers at the Museum assist in a number of different ways from the front- of-house reception who meet and greet Museum visitors and to behind-the-scenes work as well as guiding people throughout the Museum. Meet other volunteers who also have a respect for our history and enjoy the company of other like-minded people.
Handy-Person Ref: #426 Volunteer Position (Unpaid), for a not-for-profit organisation Handy-Person required for local community museum. Building maintenance, exhibit restoration, mechanical work, concreting and building construction (sheds).
Watering, Pruning, Low Maintenance of grounds. Non-profit organisation run entirely by volunteers
Ref: # 607 (Unpaid) Volunteer museum guide. Assist with cleaning and displays.
Bankfoot House is a heritage-listed homestead at Glass House Mountains, Sunshine Coast. It was built in 1878 and added to the Queensland Heritage Register in 2008. The Visitor Experience Volunteer's role is to provide high quality customer service and experience to Bankfoot House visitors. Engaging with visitors to the precinct you will work alongside a team of employees and volunteers to provide and engaging visitor experience. You will help deliver the guided tours and educational programs.
Are you a people person who is interested in history? Can you bring history to life with your excellent communication skills?
Be part of a team that support the conservation and preservation of the oldest surviving residential farmhouse in the Brisbane area.
General Property Care and Maintenance volunteer required, to assist in safely maintaining the grounds of the oldest surviving residential farmhouse in the Brisbane area.
The Woodworkers Museum and Interpretive Centre is a Not for Profit Organisation. The Museum was Opened in 1984 with the purpose of preserving the rich history of the Forestry Service and Timber Industry in Queensland. The Museum is owned by Gympie Regional Council and is currently Leased to Private Forestry Service Queensland a Not for Profit Organisation (PFSQ). The museum also educates the Public on sustainability of Native Forests and Plantations into the future
Ref: 483 Care for and clean historical artefacts, meet and greet visitors, collect admission fees, sell souvenirs, assist with research
First point of call for people and groups accessing the centre. Answer phones/emails,liaising with clients. Open and close.
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