Do you have a welcoming manner? Like varied tasks? The Shop Reception Volunteer role may suit you.
The Gordon Highlanders Museum is committed to preserving and sharing the legacy of the world famous Gordon Highlanders Regiment for future generations. A Gordon Highlanders Museum Guide brings to life the extraordinary 200 year story of ‘The Finest Regiment in the World’. (Sir Winston Churchill 1900).
A Shop/reception Volunteer is the first point of contact for Visitors to the Museum whether they are interested in going round the exhibitions, meeting with a volunteer or member of staff or visiting the tea room. Stocking the shop shelves, dealing with enquiries, operating the till, cash handling and credit card sales are all part of this busy role.
A fantastic opportunity to help at an award winning Museum. All help is greatly appreciated.
For more information please contact Bryan Snelling at email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01224 311200. Details also available on our website at http://www.gordonhighlanders.com/Volunteering
At the Gordon Highlanders Museum we are committed to preserving and sharing the legacy of the world famous Gordon Highlanders for future generations. Based in the heart of north east Scotland, in the beautiful former home of prominent Scottish artist, Sir George Reid, the museum is constantly evolving. We aim to provide a wide range of unique experiences for all our visitors. We are thrilled to be a recipient of the Queens Award for Voluntary Service-the equivalent of an MBE for volunteering in recognition of our support and commitment to volunteers and the difference volunteers make.
Experience required: -Customer Care: welcoming, professional and attentive.
-Reliable, enthusiastic and of smart appearance.
-Capable of dealing with busy. situations and with very quiet periods with far less interaction.
Travel details: The Gordon Highlanders Museum, St Lukes, Viewfield Road, Aberdeen, AB15 7XH The Gordon Highlanders Museum is situated in the West End of Aberdeen on the X17 and No 11 bus route. On site car parking is available.
Minimum age: 16
Training details: Core Induction: introduction to the history of the Regiment and the Museum; staff/trustee structure; ‘the small but important stuff’ and a short familiarisation tour of the Museum.
Specific Role Induction: shadowing and handouts.
Support: Named Contact For Volunteer,
Wheelchair Access/Disabled Access Toilet