The ideal applicant must be a confident communicator with a keen eye for detail, reliable, highly organised and be able to handle small projects independently, as well as work harmoniously as part of a wider team. This demanding and challenging role requires you to be hard working, determined and be able to help out wherever necessary, with a real can-do attitude.
Applicants will need to be 18 or older. You will need to be living within the Glasgow area, and be able to make your own way to and from the SECC. You will be expected to arrive at the venue at 9.30am, and be on hand until around 11pm, possibly later. Lunch and dinner will be provided.
Interviews will be conducted on Sunday 2nd and Monday 3rd October at the SECC Glasgow, and candidates are required to bring a valid form of ID with them (passport, provisional or full driving licence). Volunteer assistants, runners and ushers will also need to be available on the afternoon of Tuesday 4th October at the SECC for a staff briefing at the venue.
Please note: This is an unpaid, temporary position, but you will gain some valuable experience in the workings of a large event such as the MOBO Awards.
Interested persons should send their CV to firstname.lastname@example.org with the title “MOBO Awards Runners 2011” no later than Wednesday 28 September 2011.
There are a number of roles “stationed” across the show and various venues. These positioned are “based” at:
• After Show Party
• VIP Hospitality
• VIP Ticketing
• Stock Replenish
• MOBO TV Assistant
• Event coordinator
In any case, runners will be required to assist their line manager, as well as assist wherever necessary. More specific information regarding each of the roles can and will be given upon acceptance of the role. Candidates should cite a preference of up to three choices of roles, which will be considered during the interview stage.
While you will be assigned a particular area, you will not be restricted to this. At times, you may be required to help in other areas of work.
The deadline is Wednesday 28 September 2011 at 17:00