SKILLS REQUIRED: Organized, detailed yet able to see the big picture, good communication skills, creative, able to keep deadlines, able to motivate others.
Prefer someone who has been to Bash on the Farm and knows Christian music.
Needs e-mail and a computer or complete access to one.
Needs to be accessible by phone and communicating with supervisor on a regular basis.
Will need to attend volunteer meetings (Once a month Jan.-June), also attend and supervise people at Bash on the Farm.
Create a timeline for Bash on the Farm planning, promotions, set up, event, and tear down.
Be a volunteer coordinator for Bash on the Farm. This involves: organizing job descriptions and volunteer needs; fitting volunteers with jobs; communicating with the volunteers through phone, e-mail and or mail; communicating to the various supervisors about their need for volunteers in their area; confirming volunteers the week of the event; help check in volunteers at the event and direct them to their supervisors; help fill in vacancies with back up volunteers. There are approximately 100 volunteers during the event.
Communicate with and confirm vendors. Organize vendor layout. Direct vendors when they arrive on layout and other logistics.
Other Possible Areas: Communicate and confirm with bands (approximately 50) on event details and logistics. Plan and organize a Children’s area with various children’s activities available throughout the event. Possibly be involved in fundraising.
Internship Timeframe: Jan – June but can be flexible. This is an unpaid internship.
To apply for this internship, send your resume and cover letter to: John Wacker at firstname.lastname@example.org OR --- John Wacker Bash on the Farm 1950 Hwy 69 Garner, IA 50438.
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