The Greenbelt arts festival is a key event in Christian Aid's calendar. It enables us to get our message across to festival-goers who (like us) are passionate about putting their faith into action to challenge global poverty. Lead by a cross-organisational team, volunteers are vital to making our presence at Greenbelt a success.
As a Greenbelt festival volunteer you will be part of a team and make a practical contribution to Christian Aid's work. You'll be engaging with festival-goers and getting our message across - and in between shifts you'll also get some time to enjoy the festival.
About the role
As deputy café manager you will:
-be part of the on-site leadership team, making Christian Aid's presence at Greenbelt happen, and making the café a success
-manage and motivate a team of café volunteers
-manage the health and safety of the café, customers and volunteers, reporting incidents and accidents.
-ensure good stock control
-keep records of stock and sales
-ensure the security of stock and takings, arranging banking on a regular basis
-ensure a successful café - maximising revenue / minimising costs, and ensuring an attractive, distinctive offering
-support set-up and break-down of the café.
-work in partnership with the café managers, venue managers, duty managers and Greenbelt Festival team.
Do you have experience in catering or hospitality? Do you thrive in a busy, dynamic (and sometimes challenging) environment? As deputy café manager of Christian Aid café at Greenbelt Festival you will be part of a friendly and enthusiastic volunteer team, leading the coffee bar element of the café, which serves drinks, cake, snacks, and more cake.
For more information, or an informal discussion about the role, contact Emma Carney 01509 754766 / [email protected]
Important information: All of our volunteering opportunities are based in the UK and requires applicants to have a visa that allows them to volunteer in the UK.