Volunteer at Rivercamp

RIVERCAMP Team Descriptions

 

The Catering Team provide meals to the other volunteer teams onsite. You will be required to to help prepare and serve food each day for breakfast (8-9am) and dinner (5-6pm) whilst providing a welcoming and pleasant atmosphere for volunteers eating in the Catering Barn. Some early starts can be involved.

For this team you will need to be onsite from 12pm on the 19th August until after the kitchen has been packed down on the 26th.

 

First Aid is a ‘round the clock’ team staffed by qualified First Aiders.  Teams are needed to work throughout the event as well as setting up before hand and at close down.  Only experienced First Aiders are on night duty, which is an on-call system.

All applicants MUST hold a current nationally recognised first aid certificate and a valid DBS certificate.

 

The Technical Production Team works hard to deliver high quality production value to all of Rivercamp. This involves having a working knowledge of sound, lighting, video or stage management.

For this team you will need to be onsite from 10am on Monday the 19th August until after Rivercamp has been packed down on Tuesday the 27th.

 

The Media Team works hard from the start of Rivercamp capturing and editing video footage and images for use at Rivercamp and year round. This involves having a working knowledge of video or photography or a strong familiarisation with being in front of the camera.

For this team you will need to be onsite from 12pm on Tuesday the 20th August until after Rivercamp has been packed down on Tuesday the 27th.

 

The main aim of the Stewarding Team is to provide a safe and secure venue experience for our delegates.  From checking wristbands, assisting in evacuations and answering attendees many questions, it is your responsibility to ensure our delegates have an awesome experience every time they enter one of our brilliant venues. In addition it is part of your responsibility to welcome our guests on arrival day.

For this team you will need to be available to work from 2pm on Tuesday the 20th August until 4pm on the Monday the 26th. Whilst onsite you will be working a variety of shifts.

 

The main aim of the Site Team is to ensure the site is setup for the tsunami of delegates. With such a wide variety of tasks, the ideal candidate for this team would be someone willing to get their hands dirty.  A practical mindset would be a benefit, but previous construction experience is not required!  Banging in stakes, running cables, digging trenches and putting up signs are some examples of how this team provide the best possible site for our attendees.  And at the end of the camp, it all has to come out again.  We foresee this team being very busy before and after the camp, with a considerably lighter load during the event itself.

For this team you will need to be onsite, camp set and available to work from midday on Monday the 19th August until 4pm on Tuesday the 27th. Whilst onsite you will be working a variety of shifts.

 

Experiencing Family is one of our key values at Rivercamp and that starts at a very young age as we want all of our Little Fishes to have an amazing time at Rivercamp!

 

To volunteer for the Youth and Sports Teams you need to be passionate about seeing Young Adults having a great time together and excited about them meeting with Jesus.

For the Youth team you’ll be working in the mornings and evenings.

For the Sports team you’ll be working in the afternoons and the evenings.

 

The Lounge is our onsite coffee shop (and After-Hours Live Music venue). For this team you’ll need to be a people person, have a sense of humour, be a hard worker and available to work a variety of shifts across the course of the day. You will however be able to attend the vast majority of the main meetings.

 

We want all ages to have an amazing time at Rivercamp – and Powerpack is a massive part of making that happen. For this team you’ll need to be enthusiastic and hard working. You’ll be working in the mornings and evenings (as well as one afternoon).

 

Rivercamp wouldn’t work without a lot of work taking place onsite and the admin team handle a lot of the organisation of that. The admin team are the face of Rivercamp as more often than not they are the first experience of Rivercamp that attendees have. So for this role you’ll need to be organised, friendly, able to handle pressure and be able to cover a variety of shifts.

 

If you’d like to apply of any of these amazing teams, please follow this link.