· ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 will be jointly hosted by Australia and New Zealand in February and March 2015.
· Fourteen countries will compete, engaging one fifth of the world’s population.
o Over 1 Million people will attend the games
o 1 Billion people will watch on TV
o Over 400 players, support staff and officials
o Up to 3,500 accredited media and broadcast rights holders
· Christchurch hosts the opening game, opening ceremony, two other match games and two warm up games
Christchurch volunteers urgently needed 7 – 23 February 2015 (approximate) Apply Now!
1. Once in a lifetime opportunity
2. New friendships
4. Work experience
5. Playing an integral part in delivering sporting history across Australia and New Zealand
6. Showcasing our city and country to the rest of the world
7. A Cricket World Cup branded uniform to wear and keep
What CWC 2015 is looking for in a volunteer?
· 17 years or over at time of application – there is no upper age limit
· 25 years or over for fleet/transportation roles
· Meet CWC 2015 Values - Excellence, Integrity, Teamwork, Inclusion, Adaptability
· Positive and 'team focused' attitude
· Strong communication skills
· Approachable, personable and friendly
· Willingness to go the extra mile and commit to rostered shifts
· An outstanding ambassador for Christchurch and CWC 2015
· Have accommodation and the ability to get to/from venues
The Volunteer Commitment
1. Length of involvement and timing is role dependent as volunteer roles are varied
2. Expected to do 6 - 10 shifts which may include:
a. Match days February 14th, 21st and 23rd 2015
b. Warm up games the week prior to match games
3. Shifts may include:
a. Week days, weekends and public holidays between 7.30am – 10pm (note: start and stop times are approximate and will be confirmed when schedules are released in December)
b. Early starts and late finishes during the Tournament.
4. Attend an interview next week
a. Monday 20th 5-8pm and Tuesday 21st, Wednesday 22nd October 2014 between 4 – 8pm at the Canterbury Horticultural Centre
5. Complete training commitment in early 2015 and attend uniform and accreditation collection.
a. Time/dates will be confirmed closer to the time
Register online: www.cricketworldcup.com/volunteers
Positions available at www.icc-cricket.com/cricket-world-cup/volunteers/position-description
Phone 0508 722 015 9am-7pm Monday – Friday
Note: some of these roles are full, or close to full. Please ensure you note your preferences when applying in case your first choice is not available.
• Accreditation Centre Assistant
The Accreditation team is responsible for the production of all accreditation passes, as well as various customer service and 'trouble-shooting' functions.
• Commercial and Sponsor Servicing Assistant
The Sponsor Servicing Assistant is responsible for assisting ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 sponsors with their activations at match venues. This can include assisting with operational tasks such as the set-up of equipment, general administrative tasks or providing a point of contact for queries or issues.
• Media and Broadcast Operations Assistants
There are a variety of roles with the Media and Broadcast Operations team, and each role plays an integral part in delivering effective operational facilities (such as the Venue Media Centre, Media Tribune, Media Conference Room and Broadcast Commentary Rooms/Positions) in addition to broadcast and media services.
• Spectator Services Team Leader and Assistants
There are a wide variety of tasks which Spectator and Fan Services volunteers will assist with throughout the Tournament such as providing information to fans and the general public, way finding, welcoming, usher services and queue management. The team requires volunteers who enjoy interacting with people, are comfortable working in large crowds and have a 'can do' attitude.
• Fleet Centre Assistant
• Fleet Centre Supervisor
• Airport Load Zone Assistant
• Fleet Driver
• Venue and Load Zone Assistant
The Transport Team is responsible for the delivery of fleet services across all match venues - from team buses to car services.
• Workforce Assistant
Workforce Assistants provide support to the workforce and volunteers working at the Tournament both prior to and during the Tournament. They will be responsible for supporting a range of Workforce activities including assisting with volunteer interviews, training and uniform distribution in the lead up to the Tournament as well as supporting operations on match days.