Spectator Services Assistant

Purpose of Role:
The Spectator Services Officer is a voluntary position providing general assistance to any of the Spectator Services roles and/or providing a roving ‘watch and help’ role around the site.

Key Areas of Responsibility:

  • Be prepared to assist in any role in the Spectator Services area.
  • Walk round the site proactively looking for any safety issues, spectators in need of help, or other volunteers in need of help.
  • Be aware of what is site regulations e.g. no cyclists on northern road, and assist in making event participants aware of these regulations.
  • Identify emerging situations and resolve them if you can or communicate issue to the Spectator Services Coordinator by radio so it can be resolved immediately.
  • Support the Event Services Coordinator in any other way required.
  • Complete a minimum of 2 shifts during the event

Note: Spectator Services Officers need to maintain good humour but be firm and polite throughout. They should also be prepared to be on their feet while rostered on duty.

Volunteer Benefits

  • Official volunteer uniform including shirt, cap, drink bottle and bag
  • Food and drink during your shift
  • The experience of volunteering at an amazing event
  • Opportunity to chat with international athletes
  • Opportunity to view quality racing and see Australia’s best rowers in action!
  • Free parking
  • Post-event thank you function
  • Volunteer Certificate/Reference Letter as required