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Volunteers wanted to Conduct Tours to show community and school groups the "behind the scenes" of the ABC in Adelaide. A great Volunteer opportunity for a wide range of people; including uni students, retired people and people with free time.
Customer service and information for visitors into centre. Providing visitors with information on our area, cash handling, merchandising.
Gallery Assistants are a part of an exciting creative environment and work work amongst a team of engaging, committed and creative individuals. Gallery Assistants play a key role in the day to day running of our Galleries to ensure the Galleries are welcoming and friendly environments. Tasks include patrolling the galleries to ensure visitors abide by gallery regulations and assist with clearing visitors from the premises at closing time. Good people skills and ability to respond to enquiries.
3rd Sunday of the month- general guide/ catering weekdays- School and Seniors groups
Olivewood Estate is seeking a Caretaker Couple to assist the volunteers with the running of the National Trust museums and orchards in the township of Renmark. A rent-free three bedroom house with free utilities goes with this position.
We have a vacancy for a volunteer to join our Urrbrae House Primary Schools group. Our volunteers all dress in 1890's costume and welcome one class of primary school children into the busy household of Mr & Mrs Waite.
The Customer Liaison Volunteer Role has two components: 1. Customer Service 2. Information Assistance. Whilst each role has specified duties, the majority of tasks are common to both and volunteers are required to perform both. Common duties and objectives - provide current and up to date information on whale/marine ecology and conservation as requested by visitors, conduct opening/closing procedures, assist visitor enquiries, raise awareness of protection, conservation of whale/marine species.
The Education Volunteer has two role components: 1. Marine Education Guide 2. Interpretive Guide. Whilst each role has specified duties, the majority of tasks are common to both and volunteers are required to perform in either capacity. Common duties and objectives - provide current and up to date information on whale/marine ecology and conservation to booked groups and visitors, assist visitor enquiries in an objective and unbiased manner, interact with customers.
Holiday Explorers need more volunteers willing to provide assistance and guidance for people with intellectual disability on a range of holidays, from day and weekend trips to longer holidays up to 10 days, to great locations all over Australia and overseas! People who like travelling in small groups, have good interpersonal skills and enjoy helping others to try new experiences are well suited to this rewarding role.
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