When Red, Go Green – Volunteer Events Assistant
Ricefield Art’s When Red, Go Green Climate Change project started in May 2018 when Ricefield received funding from the Climate Challenge Fund. The project aims to increase climate change awareness and encourage sustainable living within our Glasgow community.
We are now looking for a voluntary Event Assistant to support the When Red, Go Green events. Our events include various workshops, meetings, pop up swap shops, climate change gatherings, talks and one off events. There is also a possibility to support all of Ricefield Art’s other events including our Chinese New Year at Kelvin Hall and our events for the Glasgow Mela / Glasgow Canal Festival.
Tasks may include: Assisting in creation of event concepts, supporting pre & post event admin / logistics, preparing event kits, assisting marketing activities, supporting event attendees at events, assisting with workshop leader / artist / performer liaison, supporting attendee data gathering and other reasonable duties, dependent on the interests of the volunteer.
The role suits someone with excellent communication and organisation skills with a flexible approach to getting tasks done. We ideally seek someone with experience in supporting the organisation of events although training will be provided to the right candidate who has no experience. Although not necessary an awareness / interest in climate change would be advantageous.
This is a part time role which is based out of our office in the Baltic Chambers, Glasgow city centre. Flexible hours and completing tasks from home are options.
To find out more about our When Red Go Green project, please visit our dedicated website.
Please email your CV and a short paragraph explaining why you would like to be considered for this role to email@example.com by 5pm Friday 2nd November.
Seeking Board Members
Ricefield Arts & Cultural Centre, a registered charity and social enterprise for the exploration and promotion of Chinese culture, has an excellent reputation for delivering original and inspiring creative experiences, cultural events and workshops to community groups, public institutions and arts audiences around Scotland.
We wish to appoint additional trustees to join our small board. We are seeking candidates with community engagement, arts development, volunteer coordination, events or marketing backgrounds, desirably with some knowledge of Chinese arts and culture, or connection to the Chinese community in Scotland. We welcome applications from diverse backgrounds.
All trustees should be able to attend monthly board meetings at our central Glasgow office. In addition, we ask trustees to attend our annual board development day, important meetings with stakeholders and some events, where possible. As Ricefield Arts is a social enterprise, the role also involves serving on our Board of Directors. We therefore ask that candidates are able to demonstrate some business knowledge.
Please note that this is a voluntary role. Neither the trustees nor directors receive any remuneration, however expenses incurred in carrying board duties will be fully reimbursed.
If you are interested in joining us please send a CV and covering letter to firstname.lastname@example.org outlining your interests and experience.
- Assist in delivering our arts and education programmes
- Be part of our marketing and sales activities
- Gain insight into the day to day running of an arts organisation
There are regular volunteering opportunities at Ricefield. More information can be found here.