Saturday, 20 February 2010

Volunteer Opportunity at Lambeth Palace Library


Volunteer Opportunity at Lambeth Palace Library 

Volunteer Exhibition Steward, Anniversary Exhibition

The main priority for this volunteer role is to help to deliver all front of house operations for this special exhibition as enthusiastically and efficiently as possible.
The Exhibition Stewards will be responsible for welcoming visitors in a friendly manner; ensuring a safe environment; providing accurate information about the building and exhibition; handing out and collecting audio handsets; and processing ticket and merchandise sales through the till.
Short term volunteer role, over a 6-day (Monday – Saturday) week, for period of 10 weeks from 17 May until 23 July 2010.
Variable shifts available of minimum 4 hour duration, either 2 or 4 shifts per week.
Hours of work: 9.30 am – 5.30 pm
Travel expenses funded up to £15 per day
Training will be given prior to the exhibition opening.

For a full volunteer job description, download the details from our website

Or to receive a copy by post, write to the address below or telephone:
020 7898 1400

To apply please send a covering letter and a CV by email or post to:

Amy Wilson
Events Manager
Lambeth Palace

Lambeth Palace Library is committed to equal opportunities in recruitment and employment.

Deadline for applications: 12 March 2010
Interviews will be held after this date.

Lambeth Palace Library in London is the historic library and record office of the Archbishops of Canterbury and the principal repository of the documentary history of the Church of England. Its collections have been freely available for research since 1610.
To celebrate 400 years since its foundation, Lambeth Palace Library is holding a public exhibition 'Treasures of Lambeth Palace Library - 400th Anniversary Exhibition 1610-2010', in the Palace's Great Hall from Monday 17 May until Friday 23 July 2010. The exhibition will reveal centuries of history and describe the depth and intellectual value of the items in the Library's care, some of which will be on display for the first time.

For further information about the Library and exhibition please visit the website

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