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Volunteers Needed - Yackandandah Visitor Information Centre
Do you enjoy helping people learn about our wonderful area, attractions and activities? Yackandandah Visitor Information Centre would love to invite you to the team. Full training is provided. With updates, outings and plenty of local knowledge. The Visitor Information Centre is conveniently located in the main street of Yackandandah in the historic Old Post Office. Open from 10am - 4pm daily. The Centre offers visitors information on what to do and see, accommodation, events and much more. There are great souvenirs, maps and merchandise to prove people have visited our wonderful town. Please contact us to discuss the position further and receive an application form. Yackandandah Visitor Information Centre, 37 High st Yackandandah. Ph: (02) 6027 1988. Email: email@example.com. Website: www.uniqueyackandandah.com.au .
Volunteers Needed - Beechworth Historic Precinct - Visitor Services
Council is seeking motivated and reliable people with excellent communication and customer service skills to join the Historic Precinct's expanding team of Volunteers. The volunteers will assist in the key aspects of the Historic Precinct's daily operations, supporting staff within the Precinct's historic buildings. These include the Burke Museum, the historic Courthouse and the Telegraph Station.
These positions would be especially suitable for applicants who have or wish to gain experience in the Museum or Tourism Industry. It is desirable that the potential applicants have experience in customer service and a keen interest in local history or museum practice. Induction and training will be offered to the successful volunteers.
The Historic Precinct is one of Beechworth's major tourist attractions. Volunteers of the Beechworth Historic Precinct are highly valued by the community of Beechworth and help provide residents and visitors with a rich sense of cultural wealth and excellence.
For a Volunteer Information Kit please click here or contact The Burke Museum, Beechworth, 03 5728 8067 or email firstname.lastname@example.org .
Last updated: 03 April 2012