Grampian Transport Museum is a volunteer-led organisation which is supported by a small number of paid staff.
Much of the progress achieved over the past 30 years can be credited to the hard work and determination of volunteers, who are all appreciated and looked after.
Our volunteers are men and women of all ages and from all walks of life. Some are looking to pass on their knowledge and skills as they enter retirement, others are looking to develop new skills and add vital experience to their CV.
There are always a wide variety of volunteering opportunities at the museum, some of which are listed below.
Customer Care Assistants
It is important for our visitors to feel welcomed and for them to get the most from their visit. We are particularly keen to recruit new people for weekend cover. Therefore, we believe that having our Customer Care Assistants on hand to explain, discuss and navigate our exhibits is key to providing an enjoyable and memorable visit.
This is your chance to get up close and in the mix at some of our most popular events. Our Event Marshals provide amongst other things, security, crowd control and assistance at all our outdoor events. We are always looking to add to our pool of marshals to ensure our events programme continues to run smoothly.
Junior Driving School Senior Instructor
A key part of the museum's remit is to educate youngsters on the basics of road safety. This can be achieved through initiatives such as the Junior Driving School. This is a ‘learning through play’ facility, designed for 4-10-year-olds.
Join our team of gardening enthusiasts who help maintain the plantings on the museum frontage and throughout the site.
To find out more about any of the above-listed roles and other opportunities available, contact Mike Ward on 019755 62292 or email email@example.com