About this opportunity
Marine Rescue Point Danger is seeking people to join our unit as members and become part of our fundraising kiosk crew. Seniors welcome.
At our Duranbah Beach base, located in Coral St Tweed Heads, our unit operates a small kiosk that is fundamental to the support and operation of our unit. Our kiosk serves as a key fundraiser activity. As part of this role you will be trained in all aspects of opening, closing and operating the kiosk and using our Point Of Sale system. Prior experience in a similar function would be advantageous.
Some of these activities will be;
- greet and welcome visitors and customers to our base and kiosk
- assist with and work within our Kiosk
- process kiosk sales, donations and other services
- process EFTPOS payments and cash handling
- assist with replenishing stock
- promote ticket sales for our fundraising raffles
- assist with organised special events, such as market stalls, Bunnings BBQ events, Emergency Services Expos, Open Days, School Career events.
- assist and support all our unit’s activities, special events, fundraising events and raffles and more..
Who we seek
This is a fun and personally rewarding role working with a lot of great volunteers who are also committing their time and effort towards saving lives on the water. We're seeking people who:
- are excited about fundraising, energetic and creative in their approach to fundraising
- enjoy working in and being part of a team
- have some time available during the week and/or weekends
- enjoy contributing to and supporting our services we offer to our local communities
If this sounds like you and you would like to be a part of our Marine Rescue Point Danger organisation and Kiosk fundraising team, we would love to hear from you.
About Marine Rescue NSW
Marine Rescue NSW is an independent not-for-profit emergency services organisation and NSW's official volunteer marine rescue service. Marine Rescue NSW receives financial support from the NSW Government and boating community through a direct Government grant and a levy on recreational boat licences and registration. However, our organisation also continuously relies on our volunteers’ community fundraising efforts, grants, sponsors and donations to support the vital, life-saving service we provide to our community.
Our Point Danger unit, located on the QLD/NSW border in Tweed Heads has almost 120 members and is our organisation's northernmost NSW unit with a long and proud history supporting our local boating community and commercial operators.