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Welcome Team - CityKidz

Overview: As a member of the welcome team, you will be the first point of contact for volunteers as they arrive on a Saturday at CityKidz. During your shift on a Saturday, you will be in charge of welcoming volunteers and getting them to where they need to be. It is essential in this role to have a friendly and engaging personality, as you will be providing hospitality to each of our volunteers.

Primary Responsibilities:
• Greet and sign in volunteers using the TAM system (Check-in/Check-out system).
• Ensure paper copies of attendance are filled out as volunteers arrive.
• Welcome new volunteers for their first shift, providing them with a welcome package, their name tag, and any additional information needed for the day.
• Ensure new volunteers know where to go for their shift by guiding them to their team and introducing them to other members.
• Conduct phone calls to volunteers scheduled, who don’t show up.
• Relay important information to the appropriate staff member(s).
• Occasionally check in any guests expected that day.
• Keep refreshments on the hospitality table full and fresh.

• Personable and confident in approaching new people.
• Competent and able to take initiative.
• Customer service and organizational skills.
• Ability to work in a fast-paced environment.
• Welcoming and attentive demeanor towards people arriving.
• Familiarity with CityKidz and its different spaces throughout the building OR willingness to familiarize oneself with them.

• Personal Growth: Engaging with diverse volunteers and guests allows for the development of interpersonal and communication skills, as well as the opportunity to build confidence in approaching and interacting with new people.
• Skill Development: The role involves tasks such as using check-in systems, organizing paperwork, conducting phone calls, and relaying information to staff members, which can enhance organizational and administrative skills.
• Team Collaboration: Working closely with other team members fosters a sense of camaraderie and collaboration, contributing to a positive environment.
• Adaptability: Potential for personal growth through enhancing communication and conflict resolution skills.


1-5 hours per week.

CityKidz, Burlington Street East, Hamilton, ON, Canada

For more information, please contact Tracey Veldhuis.

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