Pine Rivers Heritage MuseumVolunteers
The Pine Rivers Heritage Museum encourages visitors to explore the district’s historic character through the permanent and rotating displays covering a range of local themes.
The museum is fully air-conditioned and there is always something new to see as we continue to build one of the best regional museums in the State.
Where will volunteers be based?
Volunteers are based at the Pine Rivers Heritage Museum, see contact us for location map.
What times are volunteers required?
Volunteer hours and days are negotiable and flexible, though the preference is for regular weekly shifts for the duration of museum hours, and additional work as per requirement.
For museum opening hours, see contact us.
Areas of volunteer work
- Customer service officer
This is primarily a front desk role; with
duties including welcoming patrons, providing information services,
assisting with shop sales, taking phone enquiries, and general
- Skilled tradesperson
The museum boasts a large
workshop shed, which is fitted out with all the necessary tools and
equipment for purpose build exhibitions, as well as restoration of
Skills required for this work team include general
workshop knowledge and practise, and those with experience in trades
including cabinet making, carpentry, restoration and conservation,
- Collections administration officer
Involves imputing the catalogue collection into the computer database.
- School activities guide
Instructing and guiding visiting school
groups around the museum.
- Public Programs Officer
Developing and facilitating public programs
- Blue Card
- Workplace Health & Safety Induction
- Code of Conduct Induction
How to apply
See Council's volunteer program for more information.
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