Ceramics by Nicole Adams, Image by Jessica Coughlan
Volunteering at The Australian Ceramics Triennale, Tasmania 2019
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Volunteer email contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
The TACTT committee is committed to ensuring that volunteers have a positive volunteering experience. The work done by volunteers will be integral to the management of the event, and we also aim for it to bring intangible and tangible benefits to those who offer to help make it a success.
Volunteers will have arranged and informal opportunities to engage with invited guests, enhancing their Triennale experience. Volunteering is open to everyone, including those from other regions and people who are not delegates, bringing opportunity for new friendships and discovery of shared interests. Family members or friends travelling to Hobart with delegates might like to volunteer to share in the Triennale experience.
With Triennale registration covering associated events as well as the presentations and demonstrations, even when you work a ‘full day’ you will have plenty of time to attend other events and exhibitions. And that’s not to mention the Access All Areas pass that will get volunteers into special areas and events…..
- The Volunteer and Invited Guest lounge, where you’ll get to rub shoulders with your clay idols and have access to free drinks and snacks and private toilets on the days you volunteer.
- The Volunteer and Invited Guest thank you event.
Volunteers will be offered discounted registration at the following rates for work completed between 29 April and 6 May 2019:
- A half-day free registration in return for each six hours volunteered.
- Full free registration in return for 4 or more full days volunteered.
Discounted registration for work outside these dates can be negotiated with the Volunteer Coordinator.
Volunteer shifts will be scheduled according to operational requirements. Split shifts may be required.
If expressions of interest exceed our needs those who apply early will be given preference. Expressions of interest in this first call-out close on 30 November 2018.
TACTT2019 Volunteering Policy
The TACTT committee are committed to ensuring that volunteers have a positive volunteering experience. The work done by volunteers will be integral to the management of the event, but we also aim for it to bring many intangible and tangible benefits to those who offer to help make it a success.
Our undertaking to you:
- We will give you clear instructions (and training where necessary).
- We will allocate defined periods of work and not expect you to work more than you have agreed.
- We will ask you to nominate the areas of the Triennale you are most interested in and try not to roster you to volunteer at those times.
- We will do our best to match your tasks to your skills and preferences.
- We will care for your safety.
- We will treat you with courtesy and respect.
- We will ensure you do not go hungry or thirsty while on duty.
- We will keep your personal information confidential.
- We will do our best to ensure you have a rewarding volunteer experience.
- We will acknowledge and value your contribution.
Your undertaking to us:
- You will make yourself available to work for an agreed amount of time, with some flexibility of days and times.
- You will attend a short induction session prior to your first shift.
- You will read policy and procedure documents supplied to you and ask for more information if required.
- You will treat all demonstrators, delegates and members of the public with courtesy and respect.
- You will wear supplied Volunteer identification.
- You will be punctual and courteous and respectful of the rights of other volunteers.
- You will be mindful of your safety and that of others.
- You will only do things you are trained and approved to do and ask the Volunteer Coordinator for assistance if you are unsure about anything.
- You will report cleaning requirements, safety hazards and incidents to the Volunteer Coordinator and take steps to mitigate any danger until issue is attended to.