Volunteering in the Team Office alongside our staff team puts you right at the administrative centre of the event. The role can be extremely busy at the start of the break as we welcome team and guests. During the rest of the week there is a wide variety of administrative tasks to be fulfilled and errands to be run.
You will have a good opportunity to get to know your fellow volunteers and time to enjoy the Spring Harvest programme together when you are not on shift.
WHAT YOU COULD BE DOING:
Welcoming anyone who enters the Team Office.
Dealing with requests for information.
Operating the radio base.
Answering phone calls and relaying messages.
Assisting team members with their accommodation queries.
Greeting and escorting visitors to their accommodation.
Running errands around the site and shopping (may involve driving).
WHAT YOU WILL NEED:
A positive, helpful manner and cheerful disposition.
An efficient and flexible attitude to working in a busy office.
Good communication skills.
Working knowledge of MS Office (Windows 8 as a minimum).
Experience using general office equipment (e.g. photocopiers).
The ability to prioritise tasks.
A clean driving licence would be beneficial (please bring with you).
Experience of using radios (but not essential as training given).
Enthusiasm for teamwork.
Physical stamina for running errands across the Butlin's resort.
A typical day will be split into two or three shifts to be worked between the hours of 8.30am and 10pm.
An additional shift on the last day to help pack-down Spring Harvest.
VOLUNTEERS MUST BE:
Over 18 years of age.
Holder of a full current UK driving licence (desirable but not essential).
A committed Christian, regularly and actively involved in a local church.
Willing and able to complete an online registration form.
Able to provide details of someone in leadership of the church you are currently attending as a referee.