Help Us deliver an amazing film festival in Aberdeen.
The Rayany Creators Film Festival is a dynamic and super fun Multicultural Film Experience curated from all over the world for Film lovers in Aberdeen. It takes place at Aberdeen Art Gallery, Schoolhill, Aberdeen, AB10 1FQ on the 17th and 18th February 2024.
We are looking for cheerful, Film passionate people to join our support team and help make the event as fabulous as Aberdeen deserves.
As a volunteer;
-You get to meet and network with like minded people in the city.
-You get a free ticket to invite someone to enjoy the festival with you for both days.
-Event organising and management experience you can add to your CV.
-You get some fantastic freebies only enjoyed by team members.
For further details please contact Ray Anyasi, Festival Director at email: email@example.com or telephone: 07867962679.
We are looking for a volunteer to help with administrative tasks at our lovely circus centre. The main tasks involved in the role are:
replying to and distributing emails
managing online bookings, using our online booking system TeamUp (no worries if you have no experience with TeamUp -you will be introduced to everything that is new for you!)
creating written content for social media advertising
updating excel spreadsheets
Caithness FC, a community based radio Station in Thurso are looking for a volunteer with technical skills to help the presenters overcome any technical issues. Ideally the volunteer should be based in Thurso or surrounding area to enable them to be called in at short notice. Caithness FM relies entirely on volunteer support and is Broadcast in the evenings.
Are you passionate about preserving a piece of Aberdeen's history while shaping its future? Bon Accord Baths is looking for dedicated individuals to join our board of trustees.
As a trustee, you'll play a key role in revitalising this iconic building, driving the project forward, ensuring its legacy for generations to come.
If you have expertise in governance, finance, operations or a deep love for heritage, we'd love to hear from you.
A fantastic opportunity to be part of an exciting project to shape the future of the beloved Bon Accord Baths. All help is greatly appreciated. For more information please contact Ross McKirdy , Trustee at email: firstname.lastname@example.org
A childrens charity for children with a parent serving or ex service personnel in the Royal Navy, Royal Marines Reserves or Royal Fleet Auxilliary. Many children experience long time separation from their parent(s). The charity has developed story books which helps younger children understand and manage their emotions. The book is sent to children along side 2 knitted rabbits/penguin with faces on their tummies smile/frown to help them express how they are feeling. Patterns available.
Seeking volunteers to help at The Hop, Skip & Jump Project which is aimed at P4 – P7 children in Haldane and surrounding area. Our Art Funshops promote creativity enabling the children to gain knowledge and use a variety of materials to create art pieces. Funshops run from 3pm – 5pm.
Volunteer to host or co-host a radio show on Caithness FM- Training given in the form of shadowing existing volunteers. This Radio Station is based in Thurso Caithness. It operates from 6.30pm daily with additional broadcasting at weekends. Do you have time to commit to hosting a regular weekly Radio Show? good communication skills and friendly personality?
Are you passionate about digital communications and creating outreach content for an online community? If so, we are looking for someone to join our team and work alongside us to develop digital communications strategies and content to empower our community and promote our existing and future projects.
We are an arts-based media project supporting women and people from marginal communities to showcase their work and connect with arts focused opportunities across Scotland. Our placement opportunity will provide you with an opportunity to develop digital content to support connecting with our existing community and create growth opportunities to reach out to new members.
The role includes:
• Creating digital communication strategies to connect with people inclusive and supportive of their community and individual needs.
• Creation of community focused digital content for social media platforms.
• Supporting the development and implementation of community connection and growth strategy.
• Analysis of engagement data and supporting the creation of solutions to increase community connections.
• Working alongside the Zya Community team to support sharing of existing projects via digital communication.
The commitment is negotiable depending on availability however there is a minimum of 4 hours a week required. We can support with connecting the role with academic outcomes and have flexibility around role duties.
If you are interested email Zya Community Director Nikki Kilburn with a short paragraph explaining why this role is of interest to you, what you hope to gain from it and a brief description of any prior or relevant experience.
If you have any questions or require further information email Nikki and she will get back to you. We look forward to hearing from you.
The ZYA Community Team.
OJA’s aims are to create and promote links between Orkney and Japan, and to do this, we work with many different parts of the Orkney community, engaging in a wide range of activities including educational, cultural and sporting activities. We place particular emphasis on working with young people, and look to create opportunities for them, both through schools and through public events. This is an opportunity to join the board, to work with talented and dedicated folk both from Orkney and from Japan, to learn new things, and to have fun while doing so.
As Secretary you will organise Council/board meetings, including the AGM, setting the agenda together with the Chair, and any prep and follow-ups to the meetings. This is a key position within a vibrant and growing organisation, and can be adapted to the interests and skills of the incoming Secretary.
• Plan Council meetings with the Chair and agree an agenda with all Council members
• Circulate details of meetings (time, location, agenda etc.) to Council members
• Attend all Council meetings and AGM
• Take minutes and circulate to meeting attendees
• Follow-up with relevant parties on key actions arising from meetings
• Ensure meetings adhere to procedures of the OJA Constitution (e.g. quorums and election procedures)
OJA has a growing network in Orkney, the UK and Japan and this is a great opportunity to meet new people and get involved with other partner organisations across the world.