2. Store archival materials and manage locations by means of up-to-date inventory controls
3. Research and write administrative histories, biographical sketches, and descriptions of historic sites and events to better document the contextual information of the permanent collection.
4. Perform other research as needed.
5. Handle, clean and humidify archival records according to accepted museum procedures
6. Prepare condition / Treatment reports and undertake basic conservation of artifacts.
7. Monitor and maintain a safe work area.
8. Perform other similar and related duties.
• Event set up/take down
• Food and beverage
• Water station
• Route cheer team
• Walk marshall
• Parking manager
We are looking for amazing, outgoing people to work with us on-site at the winery, to represent War Child Canada at our booth activation for all 25 concerts this summer. Volunteers will work alongside War Child Canada’s Concert Series Activation Lead to help manage our on-site activations, raise funds and speak to concert attendees about War Child Canada’s work, the impact of war on communities and the shared responsibility to act. On-site activations include a small silent auction, donation collections, Meet & Greet facilitations and more, all while enjoying amazing music by top Canadian artists.
Location: Jackson-Triggs Estate Winery, Niagara-on-the-Lake. Transportation is not provided.
Timing: Arrive by 6:00pm for set up. Concerts begin at 8:00pm (with an intermission) and the shift would end around 11:00pm based on that evening’s performance. We are looking for volunteers for the following concerts:
• June 7, 8 & 9 – Sam Roberts Band
• June 15 – Whitehorse
• June 16 – Broken Social Scene
• June 22 & 23 – Serena Ryder
• July 4, 5 & 6 – Alan Doyle
• July 7 – The Sheepdogs
• July 13 & 14 – The Tenors
• July 19 – Matt Andersen
• July 20 – Finger Eleven
• August 10 & 11 – Raine Maida & Chantal Kreviazuk
• August 16 – Terri Clark
• August 17 & 18 – Bahamas
• August 23 – The Jim Cuddy Band
• August 24 – Rootstock featuring Jim & Devin Cuddy and Bill & Joel Plaskett
• August 25 – Joel Plaskett Emergency
If interested, please submit a resume and cover letter stating why you would like to volunteer for this opportunity, along with the dates you would be available. A minimum commitment of 3 concerts is required. You will receive a volunteer manual, a War Child Canada t-shirt to wear and keep and basic training will be provided on-site.
Please send your information to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line: War Child Canada Events Team and we will be in contact in the very near future.
Thank you for considering War Child Canada as a way to give way back and to become involved.
War Child Canada is committed to providing a work environment in which all individuals are treated with respect and dignity. Final candidates will be vetted in accordance with War Child Canada’s Child Protection Policy, including appropriate reference checks.
War Child Canada is committed to providing an accessible workplace. For individuals with disabilities, accommodation is available upon request. Should you require accommodation at any stage of the selection process, please let us know. We will work with you to meet your needs.
For more information about War Child Canada, please visit www.warchild.ca