CCS Disability Action Otago


ADVOCACY - Ramp Assistant in Adaptive Sport

 

JOB DESCRIPTION

We are looking for a person to assist a man in his 50s to practice and compete in his sport. The man has cerebral palsy and plays Boccia and adaptive form of bowls for people with physical disability. This would involve assisting him on Wednesday evenings for about 2 hours for practice session and the odd tournament throughout the year.

SKILLS REQUIRED

A friendly considerate person who is a good listener and wants to have some fun

LOCATION

The Sargood Centre Dunedin and tournament venues which could be out of town and sometimes overseas. This is all negotiable.

DAYS AND TIMES REQUIRED

Wednesday nights fro 5 - 7pm and tournaments

DRESS CODE

Casual tidy.

SUPERVISION AND TRAINING

Full introduction and background information provided. Teaching from an expert in the game and previous volunteer.

SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS

The volunteer must be genuine, punctual and reliable. Interviews will be conducted and police vetting will be undertaken.

SKILLS THAT CAN BE GAINED FORM THIS ROLE

Personal satisfaction, meeting new people, travel

Schedule Summary

This activity generally occurs on

  • Wednesday Evening