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About the Position
Position # 3338
OrganizationVictoria BC Ska and Reggae Society
Position VOLUNTEER - VSRF - Information Tent - Victoria Ska & Reggae Festival, 24th Annual
Location Wharf Street & Government Street, Victoria, BC, Canada
Impact Statement The Victoria BC Ska & Reggae Society is a non-profit community organization of volunteers, staff & a board of directors whose main goal is to keep Victoria’s Annual Ska & Reggae Festival improving & evolving year after year. Our goal is to entertain, educate & unite audiences nationally & internationally through the artistic development of ska, reggae & other Jamaican rooted genres such as rocksteady, dub & dancehall.
All those involved in the Society have a burning passion for supporting the ska & reggae scene throughout Vancouver Island, the Lower Mainland as well as Canada & the rest of the world.
Looking for a super fun time and a way to get involved? You've found it!
Fill out the VOLUNTEER application and submit it! Please be sure to fill out all sections, and to tell us a bit more about yourself on the application! We are always looking for strong, dependable, and amazing people.
Description VOLUNTEER - Information Tent: The information tent is the headquarters of the festival. Volunteers will be answering questions from volunteers and from the visitors to the festival. This is a great place to volunteer for people who have had experience with the festival in the past.
- Responsibilities include: signing in volunteers, handing out volunteer tee-shirts, answering questions, pointing people in the right direction, keeping a clean and organized work area.
More information will be available shortly through the online application. Thank you for your patience. We are SO excited to have you on board this year, and can't wait to work with you to make this year's festival our best ever!
Training Details It is preferred and STRONGLY ADVISED that all volunteers attend a Volunteer Orientation meeting on Wednesday, June 14 from 7pm-8/8:30pm at the Victoria Curling Club, Upper Lounge to learn about volunteering with us and to meet with other volunteers and supervisors before the festival.
Working Conditions Please note: Volunteers are required to work a minimum of two shifts. After working shifts (average 6 - 8 hours each), or at Volunteer Coordinator's discretion, volunteers may be eligible for entry into performances (if they are not already scheduled to work it) depending on scheduling, availability, and capacity.

2 shifts = Free show 3 shifts = 2 Free shows 4 shifts = 3 Free shows 5 shifts = all shows
Minimum Duration Special event
Timing Weekday - Daytime, Weekday - Evening, Weekend - Daytime, Weekend - Evening
Time Detail Special Event - Starts: Set-Up - Tuesday, June 20th & Event - Wednesday, June 21st through to End: Sunday, June 25th *times vary.
Age 15+
Ideal for An Individual, A Group
Transportation On a bus route
Accessibility Support volunteers with special needs, Accessible work space
Area(s) of Interest Arts/Culture, Events/Fundraising, Special Events
Skill(s) Customer Service, Interpersonal Communication, Communicate in Plain Language, Public Speaking/Presentation Skills, Creative Thinking, Respect
How to Apply
Application Link:
Website http://victoriaskafest.ca
Email Send an Email Message
Contact Emily Dayton
Address 511 David Street Victoria, V8T 2C7


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