Volunteer Position Job Description. Job Title: Liaison officers Purpose: To support and provide a link between facility staff and athletes/team. Help the athletes while they are training within RGU: SPORT/ASV. Represent RGU: SPORT/ASV & welcome the athletes to Scotland. Location: Liaison Officers will be based in either RGU: SPORT or ASV. Key Responsibilities: All Officers Greet athletes each day Provide water or any other refreshments as required Answers questions about facilities or Aberdeen Assist athletes with their training schedules Liaise with other members of the volunteer team Assist in the set-up of activity areas Light administration duties Generally liaising with the teams, coaches and centre staff Key holding (where appropriate) Escorting athletes to and from facilities (where appropriate) Accompanying athletes to excursions Troubleshoot as required Any other duties as required within reason Events duties including ticket collection & ushering customers Reports to: Lynn Caird/ Alison Frew. Length of Appointment: July 2nd- July 16th Time Commitment: 3 - 5 days per week to include morning, daytime and evening hours during weekdays and weekend for the two weeks given above. Qualifications: Pleasant manner, patience, problem-solving ability, dependability. Officers should preferably have an interest in sport and hold First Aid and coaching certificates. A MiDAS qualification is also desirable. Support: Support from Pre-Games Training Camp management team. T-shirt Role-specific training and general facility induction Reference for future employers Invitation to attend community events FOC Memento Opportunity to assist in future high-profile events Opportunity to earn Young Scot Reward Points through the Saltire Awards scheme. Age Requirement: 16 years + Dress Code: T-shirts given, navy blue or black tracksuit bottoms and clean non-marking trainers should be worn.
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