Job Category: Customer service

Museum Volunteer

The Devil's Porridge Museum

There are different opportunities to meet and greet visitors to the Museum or help in the cafe or play your part behind the scenes

Museum Desk Volunteer

The volunteer will welcome visitors to the museum and to provide information as required. No specific skills required. Ideal opportunity for someone who likes to speak to people and to engage with visitors. An interest in local history would be advantageous but not necessary.

Visitor Reception and Guide

The front of house volunteer is key to provide a friendly, informative, welcoming and museum visit. We are looking for someone who is a good communicator, friendly and approachable. Your key tasks will be: • Meeting and greeting visitors • Providing guided visitor information • Admission and Shop • General housekeeping Four to six hours… Read more »

House, Shop, and Cafe Volunteers

Friendly and enthusiastic volunteers are being sought to help in the house and garden where Peter Pan began. The international visitor attraction, in the lovely refurbished Georgian property where J.M. Barrie played as a boy, has been set up to promote and encourages imagination, creativity and play, for everyone to enjoy. Do you want to?… Read more »

Museum Volunteer

Dalbeattie Museum Trust

You will be in The Museum during opening hours to meet and greet any visitors and show them round the Museum and explain exhibits, if they want that sort of assistance. You would work with at least one other person and be given help to understand the displays. Free tea and coffee. You would need… Read more »

Volunteer Tourist Information Officer

Working within the new office in Market Street, Stranraer volunteers will be involved in the following activities: Directing visitors to local businesses, attractions and local amenities including public toilets, cash machines, parks, museums etc. Giving directions to visitors to other local towns or to areas out with the region eg Glasgow, Edinburgh. Provide visitors with… Read more »