]Children and Families, Education and Literacy, Sports/Recreation and Leisure, Teaching and Training, The Arts/Culture and Heritage
To help visitors enjoy the park's historic buildings and gardens, main tasks include: Learning tour guide scripts on different subjects; Conducting tours with small visitor groups around the park's historic buildings and gardens (providing verbal information and highlighting points of interest); Answering questions on the history or wildlife in the park.
/ Working with children and/or vulnerable adults
/ Group activity
Premises type: Both outdoors in the gardens and indoors within historic buildings.
Public transport: Bus: The X1 (First Cymru) stops outside the main park gates throughout the day, 7 days per week.
Is this role flexible?
Min hours expected per week: 4 hours
Min period of commitment:
Requirements: Previous customer service experience, comfortable talking to small groups of people, enthusiasm to learn information on the park's historic buildings and gardens etc.
/ Induction/ One to one supervision/ Peer support/ Mentoring/buddying/ Social events/meetings
Volunteers will be carrying out the activities:
/ Alone/ In a group/ With other volunteers
You will be supervised by members of staff and will receive support from the Volunteer Coordinator.
Additional support needs: We will provide assistance with completing forms and paperwork and we can provide documents in large print.
Training provided: 'On the job' training will be provided. You will have the opportunity to receive free optional training courses when appropriate.
Age requirements: 18 - 80
/ Application form/ Informal discussion/ References
"Out of pocket" expenses refunded for the following: