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Games Transport Team

Games Transport Team

Date first listed: 22nd February 2022

Location: Nationwide
Category: Sports

CSSC Centenary Games Volunteer Opportunities

The CSSC Games is a fantastic event which is held at one of the most prestigious universities in the UK, with top quality sporting facilities on which our members can compete.

Volunteering at the Games provides a great opportunity to be part of this event.  You will be responsible for helping and supporting our members whilst enjoying a unique volunteer experience.

As a Games Volunteer, you will be part of a special team of people that will build friendships and create a bond and camaraderie over the two-day event.

By working closely together you will have a great sense of satisfaction by helping to make the Games another special moment in the CSSC calendar. This is a chance to have a wonderful time in a friendly, fun and enjoyable environment.

“Games Volunteers – Make it happen”

Do you want to be part of the Volunteer Team? We would love to hear from you.

Transport Team

Area of Responsibility

Assisting the Transport Leader in the management of the Mini Buses (on and offsite) and Support Vehicles (CSSC company cars), ensuring they run in an efficient & effective manner.
Driving competitors to their events and being on call to provide Support Vehicle transportation if required (primarily the transportation of injured competitors to the local A&E NHS unit).

Hours on Duty
  • Shift rotas will be provided for all volunteers in August. Your shift will start on Wednesday 14th of September
  • You must attend the Volunteer Team Briefing (date and time TBC),
  • Your duty will end on the evening of Friday 16th September at approximately 19:00

Role Description
  • Rotas will be provided by the Team Leader. Your time will include both Mini Bus Driving and Support Vehicle Driving. It is the responsibility of all team members to follow instructions given.
  • It is the responsibility of the volunteer to ensure that they are eligible to drive and have a valid driving license – see below for specific Insurance requirements.
  • Familiarise yourself with the devised routes and timetables for Mini Buses & Support Vehicles both on and offsite.
  • Be aware of the Event Schedule so Mini Bus timetables reflect playing schedules.
  • Know where the medical care units are located on campus.
  • The team will be on call to provide instantaneous driver support to events where additional transportation is required.
  • Responsible for taking injured participants and their companion, via Support Vehicles, to the nearest A&E unit.
  • Ensure that injured participants are accompanied by a team member or their Team Captain.
  • Assist in the re-fuelling of the Mini Buses & Support Vehicles at the end/beginning of each day. Money and information of local petrol stations will be provided.
  • Ensure all road traffic safety laws and regulations are adhered to
  • Ensure that you are aware of the effects of alcohol and report for duty in a fit and sober state.
  • Ensure that all walkie-talkies issued to you are returned to the Team Leader at the end of your rota or they are made aware who you have handed it on to.
    • Ensure that all incidents are reported back to the Team Leader, promptly and clearly.
    • Ensure that all CSSC property you are issued with is looked after and returned back to the Team Leader at the end of the day.
    • Ensure that you are aware of and follow the Health & Safety guidelines at all times.
Insurance Requirements
  • Mini Bus drivers must be over the age of 25 by 12 September 2022
  • Mini Bus drivers must hold categories D1 and D1e on their driving licence
  • Individuals will be asked to follow a link to create an online check code, you will be required to enter your driving licence number, NI number and postcode to generate the check code. Once the code has been created it will need to be emailed to CSSC along with a scanned copy of your photo card licence, or old style paper licence if still held. Further details will be provided at a later stage.
  • Maps of routes will be provided by your Team Leader.
  • Familiarise yourself with the campus, the routes you have been allocated including all stops and your teams area of responsibility.
  • Familiarise yourself with the route to the local A & E unit (address & map will be provided)
  • Familiarise yourself with the Mini Bus controls.
  • Attend Transport Team meeting. Use and protocol of walkie-talkies will be given by your Team Leader.

All volunteers are asked to adhere to the CSSC’s Code of Conduct.

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