Meet and Greet Volunteer

Haynes International Motor Museum

Name: Meet and Greet Volunteer
Organisation: Haynes International Motor Museum
Location: Castle Cary Road, Sparkford, BA22 7LH
Type: Part Time

Description

The role of the Meet & Greet volunteer is to welcome the visitors when they arrive to the museum, give information about the collection and any events that are on that day and to help them fulfil their expectations of their visit. This volunteer role provides the first point of contact with our visitors and is a great value to the museum.
The main duties are: 1. To work with a team of volunteers in welcoming visitors to Haynes International Motor Museum 2. To assist coach drivers/campers with drop off/pick up and explain parking procedures 3. To deliver a brief introduction for the groups and pass over to Tour Guides 4. To answer questions on the museum and to be able to give local directions to places of interest, accommodation and petrol stations/shops.
Besides meeting visitors this is an opportunity to: * Make a great first impression on visitors * Be in a public facing role that helps to engage visitors with the history and create a valuable experience * Learn more about our collection

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Organisation Description

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When

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Morning
Afternoon
Evening

Cause / Interests

  • Museums

Types of Activity

  • Receptionist

Skills and Qualifications

Requirements

Morning or afternoon – 9.30am – 1.30pm or 1.30pm – 5.30pm throughout a 7 day week or all day 9.30am – 5.30pm
We provide training including Health & Safety procedures and a back ground history on the Haynes International Motor Museum and a uniform is provided
Volunteers receive a season ticket after a specified number of hours that entitles them to a discount in the shop and Café 750. As a volunteer you are also included to access to some of our special events and social occasions for volunteers and staff throughout the year.

Talking to others


Benefits

Volunteers in this post will need to be: 1. Good in communication and organisational skills 2. Enthusiasm to learn about the history of the museum 3. Enjoy working with the public 4. Be willing to work with a range of staff and volunteers and be supportive to others 5. Be calm, confident and patient and be able to follow instructions.
Listening
Talking to others

Additional/Specific Suitabilities

Minimum Age: NA
Maximum Age: NA
Disabled Access: No
Wheelchair Access: No
Expenses: NA
Restrictions: Age/Gender Restrictions: None
Induction: NA
Insurance Cover: NA
Special Needs: NA
Offer: NA
Training: NA
Other: NA

Recruitment Method

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