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August Positions

BY: Joeseph / 0 COMMENTS / CATEGORIES: Community Announcements

Marketing Coordinator

Position Description:

Assist the Membership & Marketing officer to create, plan, promote and hold a series of community events between now and December 2018.

Duties would include:

  • Calling sporting clubs and other fitness providers and making appointments for the Membership & Marketing Officer to meet them if they are interested in hosting an event.
  • Following up the supply of information from the sporting club or fitness provider for council, promotional or grant acquittal purposes via phone, email or in person.
  • Distributing a small number of flyers about each event on relevant community noticeboards or to relevant groups.
  • Attending each event (to be held in the Nambour Region), setting up a small sign, supplying a registration list and media release form to the sporting club/fitness provider and gathering feedback from participants.
  • Boost awareness and sales of T-shirts via a Facebook competition.
  • Sale of T-shirts at locations or events where it was deemed appropriate.

It would be highly desirable if the volunteer also has the skill set to be able to assist with the following:

  • Taking digital photos at each event and uploading them to dropbox.
  • Utilising other social media, public relations or marketing skills to boost awareness and attendance to each event by the community.
  • Photography and videography of people at events wearing the T-shirt, gathering names and contact details and media release permission.

Requirements:

  • Friendly and professional manner
  • Reliable, organised, well presented and a good communicator
  • Understanding of, or experience in event management, marketing, social media marketing and/or sales would be a great advantage.
  • Basic digital photography skills desirable
  • Digital marketing skills desirable

Duration: Event duration

Availability: 10 am – 4 pm every Thursday and Friday until 14 December 2018

Training: Specific Computer Program training where required

Contact:

Ph: 5443 8256
Mobile: 0410 437 977 / 0410 437 237
Email: admin@volunteeringsc.org.au

 

Administration Assistant

Position Description:

Perform a range of administrative and office support functions to facilitate the effective operation of the organisation. The administrative assistant will directly contribute to increasing the organisation’s capacity to effectively engage and communicate with the membership base and the greater community.

Requirements:

  • Excellent organizational, written and verbal skills
  • Detail oriented and committed to meeting deadlines
  • Good interpersonal skills
  • Works well independently and as part of a team
  • Ability to adapt to shifting priorities and manage multiple deadlines
  • Ability to problem-solve in a fast paced work environment
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Office programs, including Outlook, Word, and Excel

Duration: Long Term

Availability: 10am – 4pm Thursday and Friday

Training: Specific Computer Program training where required

Contact:

Ph: 5443 8256
Mobile: 0410 437 977 / 0410 437 237
Email: admin@volunteeringsc.org.au

 

Conservation Volunteer

Position Description:

  • Assist in basic collection management duties
  • Undertaking basic preventative conservation treatments, monitoring, packing and supporting artefacts
  • Undertake regular preventative conservation duties, such as cleaning of Bankfoot House and exhibition spaces
  • Participate in collection background research, digitisation of images and documents
  • Attend training sessions on collection management and conservation
  • Undertake data entry, sorting, cataloguing collection items, labelling, crosschecking, packing artefacts, shelving and some item identification.

Requirements:

  • Interest in museum collections
  • Reliable
  • Enthusiastic, friendly and approachable
  • Neat and well presented
  • Have basic computing skills
  • Communicate well with a willingness to listen and learn
  • Attention to detail, have patience and physical dexterity
  • An ability to work within Workplace Health & Safety requirements
  • An ability and willingness to work constructively with other volunteers and employees to nurture a positive attitude and work environment

Training: Induction and Orientation, WH&S, Code of Conduct, Tour Guide and Education program

Duration: Long Term

Availability: 3 to 7 hours Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday

Contact:

Ph: 5443 8256
Mobile: 0410 437 977 / 0410 437 237
Email: admin@volunteeringsc.org.au

 

Visitor Experience Volunteer

Position Description: provide high quality customer service and experience to visitors. Engage 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 guided tours and educational programs.

  • Work with employees and volunteers as part of the Visitor Experience team to provide a high quality service.
  • Welcome general visitors and provide an overview of visitor experience options.
  • Lead visitors and students on guided tours, following site protocols and timing. Respond to the needs of each visitor group appropriately.
  • Share and discuss the history of the organisation with visitors and respond to questions.
  • Where formal tours are not required, assist by engaging visitors informally and providing a security presence to the collection.
  • Cash handling.

Requirements:

  • Ability to positively interact with people from a range of age groups, backgrounds and demographics and
  • Ability to provide excellent customer service
  • Demonstrated good verbal communication and public speaking skills
  • Demonstrated listening skills and the ability to gauge the needs and interests of visitors and respond accordingly
  • Demonstrated ability and willingness to work flexibly and cooperatively within a team
  • Reliability and good time-keeping
  • Enthusiastic, friendly and approachable
  • Ability to handle the physical demands of the role
  • Ability to work within Workplace Health & Safety requirements
  • Ability and willingness to work constructively with other volunteers and employees to nurture a positive attitude and work environment.
  • Working with children Blue Card – required (arranged during training)

Training: Induction and Orientation, WH&S, Code of Conduct, Tour Guide and Education program

Duration: Long Term

Availability: 3-7 hours Friday to Sunday, 3-7 hours Wednesday to Thursday subject to group bookings.

Contact:

Ph: 5443 8256
Mobile: 0410 437 977 / 0410 437 237
Email: admin@volunteeringsc.org.au

 

Volunteer Homework Tutor – Maroochydore

Position Description: Enhance your tutoring, mentoring and relationship skills, alongside other passionate team members.

Key responsibilities include:

  • Assist students to complete homework tasks
  • Assist students in developing skills and knowledge in particular subject areas through structured activities
  • Model and encourage appropriate behavioural standards and build positive relationships with students
  • Set up and pack (tables/chairs/resources/fruit etc)

Requirements:

  • Excellent interpersonal skills; ability to communicate well with young people
  • Friendly and positive attitude
  • Sound knowledge of primary and/or secondary subject areas
  • Ability to work independently as well as part of a team
  • Blue card is required

Training: Half day Tutor Training Workshop

Duration: Long Term

Availability: 2.30 pm – 4.15 pm Wednesdays during school terms

Contact:

Ph: 5443 8256
Mobile: 0410 437 977 / 0410 437 237
Email: admin@volunteeringsc.org.au

 

Volunteer Homework Tutor – Nambour

Position Description: Enhance your tutoring, mentoring and relationship skills, alongside other passionate team members.

Key responsibilities include:

  • Assist students to complete homework tasks
  • Assist students in developing skills and knowledge in particular subject areas through structured activities
  • Model and encourage appropriate behavioural standards and build positive relationships with students
  • Set up and pack (tables/chairs/resources/fruit etc)

Requirements:

  • Excellent interpersonal skills; ability to communicate well with young people
  • Friendly and positive attitude
  • Sound knowledge of primary and/or secondary subject areas
  • Ability to work independently as well as part of a team
  • Blue card is required

Training: Half day Tutor Training Workshop

Duration: Long Term

Availability: 2.30 pm – 4.15 pm Tuesdays during school terms

Contact:

Ph: 5443 8256
Mobile: 0410 437 977 / 0410 437 237
Email: admin@volunteeringsc.org.au

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Sunshine Coast Chamber Alliance – Business Mentoring Program

BY: Joeseph / 0 COMMENTS / CATEGORIES: Uncategorised

The Business Mentoring Program is a not-for-profit program to benefit small and medium-sized businesses on the Sunshine Coast to fulfill their true potential. The Business Mentoring Program operates on a simple set of values:

Passion: ​for the role of small business in our economy, and for seeing clients win

Integrity: ​an open, honest and confidential approach in our interactions

Care: ​having our mentees’ best interests at heart at all times

For Mentors:

⇒ Mentoring is rewarding and an incredibly worthwhile experience.

⇒ Being a volunteer mentor can enhance personal life skills, self-awareness, increase happiness, well-being and mental health.

⇒ Inspire upcoming leaders to perform at their best

⇒  Strengthen your own leadership capacity

⇒ Support & guidance throughout the Program from our experienced Mentor Coordinator

⇒ Allow you to pay it forward

Whether you’re new to running a business or a seasoned business owner, a mentor can help you refine your business strategy, map out the direction that your business should be taking and assist in setting goals for your business to succeed.

For Mentees

Key Benefits of the Mentoring Program include:

⇒ Enabling you to step out of the day­-to-­day and take an objective look at your business

⇒ Providing you with a space to brainstorm ideas and plan for the future

⇒ Offering you an independent sounding board via an impartial source with no vested interest

⇒ Acting as a catalyst to inject new energy into your business and take it to the next level

⇒ Flexibility with the time and location of mentoring meetings

Applications from potential mentees and mentors may be made now and will be assessed for selection around mid-August.

The initiative will be implemented across the various Sunshine Coast chambers of commerce and will be coordinated centrally by the Sunshine Coast Chambers of Commerce Alliance education committee.

Interested mentors and mentees are invited to register their interest at:

https://www.businessmentoring.sunshinecoastchamberalliance.com.au

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