What is a Gallery Volunteer?
This summer, Callendar House is hosting an exciting exhibition – Gladiators: a cemetery of secrets, on loan from the renowned Jorvick Centre in York. The exhibition showcases skeletal remains of six men, all of whom were decapitated and suffered injuries prior to death, and were buried in a cemetery alongside other Roman-age material in York. Recent research has uncovered more about who these men were, where they came from, how they died and evidence suggests that they were Gladiators active in Northern Britain.
We are inviting individuals to share their passion for history and/or the arts and join us as Gallery Volunteers for this exciting opportunity volunteering at a World Heritage Site. Gallery Volunteers will help us engage our visitors with this special exhibition of the suspected Gladiators, which will be shown for the first time in Scotland at Callendar House. Volunteers will meet and greet visitors and provide informal tours or information about the displays. All volunteers will be trained accordingly and will truly add that extra spark to this exciting new exhibition!
What’s in it for you?
Other important information
Location: Callendar House, Falkirk, FK1 1YR
Time Commitment: Must be able to commit to one 3.5 hour shift every week throughout the length of the exhibition at Callendar House (18 May to 6 October). The day of volunteering is flexible and we are happy to work with you availability. There will also be 2 days of mandatory training prior to the opening of the exhibition.
Contact: Anna Mayhew, Cultural Coordinator
01324 590969 email@example.com
Training: Mandatory training will be provided to all volunteers to develop knowledge of the exhibition, the operations of an exhibition, and standard practice for engaging with visitors. An introduction to Callendar House will be provided, covering Health and Safety Awareness and radio etiquette. Introductory and refresher training on communication skills relevant for visitor attractions will also be provided.
Expenses: Travel expenses will be provided upon request up to an amount of £2.80 per volunteering shift, as per the Volunteering Policy. Volunteers must provide receipt of travel (e.g. bus ticket).
How to apply
Please complete the online application form here.
If you require a hard copy, please contact the Volunteer
Coordinator at FCTvolunteering@falkirkcommunitytrust.org or phone 01324 503 614.
This role is purely voluntary and this arrangement is not meant to be a legally binding one or an employment contract.
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