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Volunteer - Sydney

Danny Chifley, 30th January 2019
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Radio 2RPH seeks individuals to join the Rostering team, a group of volunteers who support the station in all aspects of office administration.

Radio 2RPH aims to inform, educate and entertain New South Wales’ listeners. The radio reading service features readings from the top daily newspapers, international and Australian magazines, and books for those with print disabilities, lack of access to published material or lifestyles that limit time for reading and remaining informed.

The Rostering team are a group of volunteers who support the office. This group of individuals are valued for their time in organising the roster of volunteer Readers, Announcers and Presenters who read newspaper articles live-to-air from 6am to 5:30pm every day (including weekends!).

Each member in the Rostering team comes on a designated day each week and manages phone calls, shift cancellations, leave notifications and other administrative tasks for the significant community of volunteers who help keep the station running.

Duties include:

  • Answering and making phone calls
  • Checking, replying and writing emails in Microsoft Office
  • Speaking with volunteers about shift cancellations or leave notifications
  • Managing volunteer contact details
  • Updating volunteer contact details in Microsoft Excel spreadsheets
  • Printing out the Roster once updated at the end of the shift
  • Helping with other ad-hoc tasks as they arise within the office

Please email info@2rph.org.au if interested.

 

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