Tour Guide (Remarkable Tours) - Volunteer position
Are you enthusiastic about something interesting? Do you enjoy sharing your knowledge? Do you want to help Child.org raise thousands, by teaching people about something you’re passionate about? Child.org are looking for passionate, enthusiastic people who are looking for a different kind of volunteering to join our team of guides and help expand our series of Remarkable Tours.
Contract Part-time Salary Volunteer position Holiday na Location Any major city Start date Flexible Application deadline None - this is an ongoing position for as many guides as we can find! Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Since launching in 2016, we have added 11 different tours to Airbnb’s experiences platform, and recently won their award for being the top social impact experience in the world.
To date, we have designed tours and hired professional guides to run them, but we’ve recently started branching into a new area and are looking for intelligent, enthusiastic supporters who have some time on their hands to create and run tours for us via the platform.
The time commitment for this will be a couple of days a week (with flexibility around which days and times), so please only get in touch if you think you can commit to this. The nature of the platform means that you need to have a tour running at least a couple of times a week for it to really work, so this isn’t a pick it up when you have a moment kind of opportunity
- You are knowledgeable about a topic that could be turned into a tour around your local city.
- You’re available to create and design the tour, then to run it at least twice a week on an ongoing basis.
- You’re passionate and can communicate enthusiastically and clearly to a group of around ten at a time.
You'll be really good at
You will be running tours about a topic of your choice for up to ten people, so you need to be able to communicate effectively - to teach them, keep them interested, and pass your knowledge on.
2. Knowing about your chosen topic
It’s really important that you are able to write an hour long tour, and then answer people’s further questions (or direct them to more information if necessary). If not, you might get poor reviews and risk the tour being cancelled by Airbnb.
3. Being reliable
It’s really important that when even one person books onto a tour, that the tour goes ahead. We’ve got a long standing relationship with Airbnb which offers us lots of perks, and every cancellation affects our reputation as a host.
Applying for the role
There’s no required experience for this role, just the skills listed above.
We don’t need to see your CV, but just send us a cover letter explaining what it is that you want to design your tour around, and a bit about you and why you’ll make a great volunteer tour guide for us!Apply now
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