Recreation Facility Services Volunteer Services Program
Volunteer Position Description:

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-Volunteers will have access to training opportunities
                                    -Volunteers will receive a lett...
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Pyramid host

  1. 1. Recreation Facility Services Volunteer Services Program Volunteer Position Description: Position Title: Pyramid Host Muttart Conservatory Purpose/Goals of Position: To assist the Public Interpretation & Educational Programs staff with the delivery accurate, interesting and appropriate information to ‘drop in’ patrons of the Muttart Conservatory as well as the delivery of small group tours. Purpose/Goals of Unit: To provide interpretation of Edmonton’s history through personal interpretive services to drop-in visitors and to provide interpretation of botany, local and exotic wildlife to drop-in visitors. Responsibilities: - To attend all training sessions and orientations. - To review and become familiar with all training materials - To accurately communicate specific facts and sources of information as directed by your Volunteer Supervisor. - To provide quality customer service to all Muttart patrons and be available to answer questions. - To record your volunteer hours in www.myvolunteerpage.com as directed by your Volunteer Supervisor - To communicate any problems as they arise Training & Supervision: - New Volunteer Orientation Session - Muttart Volunteer Training Session - Pyramid Host Training Session - Facility Manuals and supporting materials Requirements: - 18 years or older - Completion of the 12th grade - Completion of an Edmonton Police Information Check - Knowledge and experience working in a horticultural environment. - Knowledge and experience interpreting in a living history museum - Post secondary education in Science or Education an asset - Willingness to share and learn new skills. - Ability to take direction from staff members. - Ability to work with diverse groups and individuals. Health & Safety: -Volunteers may be required to stand for long periods -Volunteers will be coming into contact with flowers and plants from diverse origins (pollen/dander/thorns all factors) - Volunteers are required to review their Hazard Assessment Benefits: -Volunteers will have the opportunity to apply diverse skill sets in a unique and challenging volunteer environment. Muttart School Programs Assistant June 2009
  2. 2. -Volunteers will have access to training opportunities -Volunteers will receive a letter of reference for their contributions -Volunteers will receive an invitation to the annual Muttart Volunteer Celebration Time Commitment: Minimum of one, three hour shift per week Length of Appointment: One year, after which volunteers will be required to reapply for the position. A three month probationary period is in effect for this volunteer position. Supervisor Contact: Aurea Siemens 496-6919 / aurea.siemens@edmonton.ca Muttart School Programs Assistant June 2009

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