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CURRENT VOLUNTEER POSITIONS
Volunteer recruitment is closed for 2019.
The Front of House volunteer position is suited to individuals who are interested in a career in arts administration, customer service and arts management.
The SUBSTATION will be on the look-out for volunteers who are enthusiastic and dedicated to the promotion of visual and performing arts in its myriad forms. The SUBSTATION volunteers play an active role in delivering excellent customer experiences and ensuring The SUBSTATION remains a valued cultural destination. Whether you want to gain experience in the industry, learn more about visual and performing arts, pass on your skills and knowledge to others or just want to socialise with people with similar interests – we want to hear from you!
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WHY VOLUNTEER AT THE SUBSTATION?
Volunteers at The SUBSTATION are involved in a broad range of experiences. The benefits of volunteering include:
The development of new skills
Gaining insight into the daily operations of a leading multi-arts organisation
Meeting new people with shared interests
Building industry contacts and networks
Volunteer program events, activities and training
Volunteers will be offered free admission to shows
WHAT DO VOLUNTEERS DO?
The SUBSTATION volunteers operate primarily in front of house roles, invigilating exhibitions, ushering for performances and assisting with marketing and general administration tasks.
The SUBSTATION is also open to Expressions of Interest for internships from tertiary or post-graduate students in areas of event management, marketing, production and general administration (subject to availability).
The SUBSTATION Volunteers:
Brianna Wall, Carmen Lai, Cassie Ross, Emma Darvas, Emma Caskey, Heather Pilkington, Ivy Yan, Jacob Abela, Megan Barry, Pooja Bose, Simpson Myers, Siobhan Sweeney, Tess Mehonoshen, Wendy Clarke.