Volunteer: Site Operations Team

What Will I be Doing?

You will be:

  • managing road crossing & directing traffic
  • clearing litter & emptying bins
  • have the physical ability for regularly being on your feet
  • possibly asked to undertake some basic DIY – fixing signage etc
  • working outdoors regularly so appropriate clothing/footwear is essential
  • potentially shifting chairs and resetting seating layouts if needed
  • one of the most hands on team on site
  • possibly supporting with other teams as needs arise
  • assisting with whatever is needed behind the scenes

What Skills and Experience do I Need?

You will need to:  

  • have lots of enthusiasm for teamwork
  • have an attitude of can do to get jobs done
  • be ready to support other teams if/when a need comes up

When and Where Will I be Working?

  • This is a varying role and will cover the whole Convention site.
  • Days are long, starting at 9.00am and going through until 10pm. However, we do endeavour to ensure that everyone gets some time off each day, on a rota basis.

“We had a great team of all ages and walks of life, and it was a privilege to be able to help with a range of practical tasks that helped the convention run smoothly. Highly recommended!”

Volunteers are required to: 

  • be aged 18 years or older 
  • be a committed Christian who is regularly attending and active in a local church 
  • be able to complete an online application and provide details of 2 referees – one who must be a leader within your church. Neither can be related to you.  
  • if asked, able to obtain a clear Enhanced DBS check for Keswick Ministries 
  • confirm their agreement to and abide with the Keswick Ministries beliefs, values & code of conduct

Full-time volunteers will receive:  

  • free accommodation  
  • three meals a day  
  • reimbursement of reasonable travel expenses  
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