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Midwinter Carnival Night Volunteer

Organisation:

Dunedin Midwinter Carnival Trust

Category:

Events

Hours:

Evenings/Weekends

Locations:

Dunedin, Mosgiel

The Dunedin Midwinter Carnival is produced by Dunedin Midwinter Celebrations, a registered charitable trust based in Dunedin. We believe it is important to celebrate our distinct seasons in a way that is appropriate to our local environment.

We have a large number of volunteer roles available for people to help on the night of the Midwinter Carnival.

The roles we will need to follow are as follows:

  • Lantern workshop assistants
  • Art team assistants
  • Bouncy castle assistants
  • Brazier keepers
  • Donation collectors
  • Crowd management/safety
  • Information tent
  • Procession guides
  • Ticketing team
  • Night market crew
  • Crowd counters
  • Mulled wine
  • Set up
  • Pack down
  • Crowd safety

We are unable to guarantee which role you will be given but we will endeavour to give you a role that suits your skills and experience.

Requirements

These roles are diverse and we have something to suit everyone who is keen to be involved in Dunedin's premiere winter event for the public.

Time commitment

Between 2 and 6 hours on the evening. Volunteers will also need to attend an induction evening and a rehearsal night prior to the event.

We hope that everyone who volunteers will be able to help out on both nights. Please get in touch and we will send you more detailed information about each role.

Getting started

The first step is to express your interest by filling out the form below. We will then put you in touch directly with the organisation for more information on the role and how to proceed.

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