WW100 Exhibition Volunteer

  • VO79156


Description

The major part of the Exhibition is a visual interpretation of 100 stories of people and events of WWI which has been created by 100 young people from across Scotland. The exhibition uses traditional printmaking techniques combined with innovative technology.

About the opportunity:

As a WW100 Volunteer you will support the delivery of the WW100 exhibition when it is in your area.
This could see you supporting in one of the key tasks below:

 Welcome members of the public and groups visiting WW100 exhibition on their arrival
 Deal with queries from those visiting WW100 exhibition in a polite and professional manner
 To identify any problems (both potential and actual) and to inform WW100 exhibition staff as they arise
 To maintain and replenish resources as required  To assist with evaluation of WW100 exhibition by encouraging feedback and collecting data
 To be flexible in the performance of the post and undertake duties requested by the WW100 exhibition team
 Support the staff team setting up and down each day

Benefits for you:

 Carrying out a range of interesting and rewarding duties
 Having access to appropriate training for the role
 You will have the opportunity to meet a wide range of new people
 Building on your existing skills and developing new ones
 Being part of a friendly, committed team
 Attending local events

• The process is that they go onto the bud website www.poppybud.org.uk and fill in the small registering an interest form, from there, there will be an informal chat and then full application will be sent with references, once references are received and e-learning completed then they can volunteer

For further information or to express your interest in this opportunity, please get in touch:
Online – www.poppybud.org.uk/volunteer
Email – volunteer@poppybud.org.uk
Phone – Sandra Comrie – 0141 773 622

Organisation aims and objectives

Poppyscotland’s welfare services have been established on the following principles: We believe in early intervention, stopping a problem becoming a crisis We believe in empowering individuals, giving them the means to regain control of their lives We believe in a holistic approach, not simply problem-solving but identifying and addressing root causes We believe in a local response, national service standards that are tailored to meet local needs, ensuring no one is disadvantaged by virtue of where they live We believe in collaboration, working with others to achieve the best outcome for beneficiaries We believe in an evidence-led approach, where services are developed on the basis of sound, empirical evidence We believe in sustainability, ensuring our services have long-lasting impact

Restrictions

Experience required: Benefits for you:  Carrying out a range of interesting and rewarding duties  Having access to appropriate training for the role  You will have the opportunity to meet a wide range of new people  Building on your existing skills and developing new ones  Being part of a friendly, committed team  Attending local events
Travel details: Volunteering with the exhibition will be flexible and dependable on where it is located; we hope to have local volunteers across Scotland that we can rely upon when required.
Minimum age: 16

Support

Expenses paid: Yes
Expenses details: Travel expenses will be reimbursed

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