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National Paralympic Heritage Trust
Volunteer Position. Travel Expenses Paid.
National Paralympic Heritage Trust
Volunteer Position. Travel Expenses Paid.
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Halesworth, Suffolk
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Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire
Volunteer Position. Travel Expenses Paid.
Job description

The National Paralympic Heritage Trust ‘We exist to enlighten and inspire future generation by celebrating, cherishing and bringing the Paralympic heritage and its stories of human endeavour to life’.

The story of the Paralympic Games begun in 1948 with a small group of injured service men and women in an archery competition on the grounds of Stoke Mandeville Stadium. These humble beginnings have evolved into what we now know as the Paralympic Games attracting thousands of competitors from over 100 countries. 

Come and join the team at the National Paralympic Heritage Trust a charity founded in 2015 to capture the story through cataloguing archives and collections, record the story through oral histories and spread the word through events and the pop-up museum.

Whatever your skills or interests there is an opportunity waiting for you to continue the legacy of Professor Sir Ludwig Guttmann and ensure the world knows about the role of Stoke Mandeville in this global movement. 

The first ever Paralympic Heritage Centre opened at Stoke Mandeville Stadium in March 2019 welcoming visitors from all over the world to celebrate and learn about the history of the Paralympic Movement and its early origins at the heart of Aylesbury. 

The Heritage Centre Assistant will be the first person visitors see when they visit offering a warm welcoming and friendly face.

This position will help visitors to engage with the displays, provide increased accessibility through audio-description tours, running schools’ sessions, group visits and Heritage Centre activities. This position is best suited to someone who enjoys socializing and meeting new people.

Location: Various

Time Commitment: At least two events a year. 

Report to: Operations and Events Manager

Essential:Applicants must be 18 years and over.Confident and ability to engage people. Ability to put up a small marquee.

The NPHT is committed to developing a diverse volunteer body and to making volunteering opportunities as accessible and responsive as possible to the different needs of our volunteers. 

The NPHT is committed to the safe and appropriate storage of your data in compliance with GDPR regulations.The details in this application will not be shared outside the NPHT except with your chosen referees and will only be stored securely until the end of your time with us.

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Posted on: 12 September 2019
Closing date: 11 December 2019
Job ref: Heritage Centre Volunteer
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