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Roles

Interested in becoming a volunteer? For those people with the time and the will to learn and share, unique opportunities are available within different areas of Waikato Museum and ArtsPost. The interests and skills of all applicants are carefully matched with suitable volunteer opportunities.

Customer facing roles

PUBLIC PROGRAMMES VOLUNTEERS

Our public programmes team are responsible for events and activities including school holiday programmes, Bat Tours, gallery concerts and more.  They work with artists, presenters and  groups of children, and also help with making and organising resources for programmes.  We look for people with great communication skills who enjoy being part of a team and working with people of all ages.

VOLUNTEER GUIDES/DOCENTS

For Us They Fell is an exhibition about the men and women of the Waikato during World War 1. It opened on Anzac Day, and will run until 11 November 2018. You will be provided with a thorough museum induction and training regarding the For Us They Fell exhibition. This role is a rare opportunity to work in a multi-faceted institution in our exciting new exhibition, and a chance to be part of the remembrance during this special 100th anniversary year. Find out more.

Other roles

We also have other roles available for volunteers within the Museum. If you have a particular passion for a specialist subject, it is worth while submitting an application just in case an opportunity arises. Our volunteers fulfil many varied roles throughout the organisation, and bring a wide range of skills with them that could include

  • Data entry/filing
  • Sewing/handcrafts
  • Surveying
  • Event support
  • Art tutoring
  • Storytelling
  • Catering assitance

The range of roles undertaken by volunteers in the Museum is vast, so no matter what your skills and interests, it is possible that somebody on the staff is waiting for you to come along and volunteer.