At the Elim Leaders Summit, we intend to create an excellent, professional event whilst keeping that unique Elim family feel. Join us as a volunteer and you’ll play a vital role in creating an unforgettable VIP experience for all our delegates and be part of a great team who get to experience the Elim Leaders Summit by serving.
The success of the Elim Leaders Summit requires a team of energetic volunteers. We’ll provide you with accommodation in a shared hotel room along with breakfast, two meals a day at Harrogate Convention Centre and entry to the event.
We welcome all sorts of people on to our teams, young and old! You just need to be at least 18 years of age on 30 April 2021; committed to spending the time serving wherever required; be prepared to be the first to arrive and the last to leave; be available from 12.30pm on Monday 10 May to 6.30pm on Thursday 13 May 2021. Please note that you must be eligible to serve in the UK.
Check out the details of the various volunteer roles listed below. Make a note of the ones where you would be interested in serving.
Then complete our online volunteer application form by Friday 28 February 2020. We'll process your application, confirm your references and link you into a team. We aim to let you know by the end of March at the latest!
The Welcome & Registration Ream Coordinator will be responsible for leading a team in providing a great welcome experience for our delegates and continuing to serve them throughout the event.
You will need to be able to manage people, plan workloads and to delegate well. You’ll also need to be flexible, able to stay calm under pressure, to keep smiling even when you are tired and be prepared to meet needs as they arise.
The Welcome & Registration Team Coordinator will work closely with the Venue Assistants’ Coordinator.
Being part of the Welcome & Registration Team will be a varied role ranging from greeting people on the main doors and booking people in to distributing packs, removing leaflets left in the various rooms after meetings, and helping guests with queries throughout the week.
As you will play a key role in setting the atmosphere for the event, we will be looking for warm, friendly people for this role – you’ll need to be able to keep a smile on your face even in difficult situations or when confronted with difficult people.
The Hospitality Coordinator will be responsible for leading the hospitality team in serving our guest speakers and Elim’s National Leadership Team (NLT).
They will ensure that the team is effective in its role and will need to be able to communicate with guest speakers and those on Elim’s NLT without being overawed while demonstrating a respect and honour for the work that God is doing through them. The coordinator will also be responsible for ensuring that snacks and drinks are restocked throughout the event and for maintaining a clean and tidy hospitality lounge and volunteer space throughout the day.
Being on the Hospitality team will involve serving our guest speakers, Elim’s National Leadership Team and volunteers.
You’ll be responsible for escorting guest speakers to the event, running the hospitality lounge and creating a culture of honour and value for our guests. You will also be involved in ensuring that the hospitality lounge and the volunteer space is kept clean and tidy throughout the day.
You will lead the venue team in serving our speakers and delegates. You will need to be able to manage people, plan workloads and to delegate well.
You’ll also need to be flexible, able to stay calm under pressure and be prepared to meet needs as they arise. The Venue Assistants Coordinator will work closely with the Welcome & Registration Team Coordinator.
Assist speakers to set up and make sure they have all they need. You may be required to act as a ‘runner,’ collecting information such as presentations from guest speakers etc. May require a basic technical competency but help would be at the other end of a radio if there were any major complications. You will also help each day to set up the venue for our afternoon Business Sessions as well as welcoming people and stewarding in the main venue.
This role will require a large degree of flexibility as you may be called on to help with a variety of additional tasks to ensure venues run smoothly.
Assist the Stage Manager with the running of the main auditorium stage. You’ll perform duties such as carrying the lectern onto the stage, see speakers have the correct microphone, ensuring speakers for the main stage are in place to go on at the right time etc. You may also be required to help in other venues on occasions.
Assist with promoting the event throughout the three days. You must be experienced with Twitter and Instagram, having a good knowledge of social media protocol and best practices.
Assist in handling post-production audio tasks during the 3-day Summit. Includes editing and formatting audio recordings from meetings and seminars, and uploading them onto the Elim website and app. This role may require some basic skills in digitally editing and formatting media.
Provide First Aid services to the event. This role requires that you hold a current First Aid certificate and are confident in administering First Aid.
You must be able to assess a situation quickly and calmly, and arrange for the right kind of help required if someone is injured or sick. You’ll need to be able to be reassuring and comforting in the event of an accident or emergency.
Volunteer applications open soon, but if you have any questions, please contact Leanne Mallett: 01684 588914 or firstname.lastname@example.org