Volunteer Tour Guides
Adelaide Oval, SA
Since colonial times, Adelaide Oval has hosted the highest levels of both cricket and football, forging an iconic historic and cultural presence in South Australia. The newly developed Adelaide Oval will continue to enhance this proud sporting tradition by delivering an internationally renowned, world-class venue for the 21st Century, and hosting an extensive range of international and national sporting and live entertainment events.
The tours and museums are essential to ensuring this iconic, world class stadium can be experienced and enjoyed by visitors from near and far throughout the year. Adelaide Oval Volunteers help by conducting tours of the Adelaide Oval, providing information to visitors and assisting in the supervision of the Bradman Collection on loan from the State Library of South Australia.
What you need to know
As a tour guide you will need to have understanding of the structure and history of cricket and football in South Australia and Adelaide Oval. We will provide you with training and orientation to develop your knowledge and skills.
Being a volunteer with Adelaide Oval enables you to work in an amazing environment with friendly, like-minded people. You will gain knowledge, develop skills and know you are very much appreciated!
Your role as a volunteer may include the following tasks:
- Delivering interactive, engaging and informative 90 minute walking tours of Adelaide Oval.
- Initiating the “meet and greet” at the commencement of the tour.
- Engaging vistors and presenting information about the history and development of Adelaide Oval.
- Supervision of the Bradman Collection as required.
- And most importantly, having fun!
If you are interested in becoming a volunteer with Adelaide Oval please complete the below Application Form.
All applicants will undergo a screening process including interview and reference checks to ascertain suitability for the role. Applicants will be required to undergo a Police Check (which can be provided by Adelaide Oval HR) prior to commencing in the role. Volunteers are to be at least 18 years of age. Volunteers are to attend and complete orientation, induction and on-site training as required. A minimum of 3 hour commitment per week - weekend and after hour shifts available.
A Position Description for volunteers is available on request - simply ask us below.
When applying for this position, please outline your experience as it relates to the selection criteria.
Applications close at 5pm on Monday 31st July 2017.