A new opportunity has been added to MCRVIP by Fujitsu UK, starts 21 October 2017

Join in this opportunity now.

The inaugural Manchester International Meet will be coming to Manchester Aquatics Centre for a 3rd consecutive year and again will be hosted by The City of Manchester Aquatics Swim Team. British athletes using the event as a chance to qualify for the 2018 Commonwealth Games. This is an exciting opportunity for swimming fans to get up close and watch some of the prospective athletes go head to head with each other, City of Manchester’s own elite as well as some of the worlds best. With £10,000 up for grabs alongside the established Olympic athletes, the country’s most talented junior swimmers will also be hoping to impress.

Events of this nature cannot run smoothly without the support of dedicated volunteers. For this reason we require stewards to secure entrances and exits to the venue plus main access points in the venue, accreditation assistants to swimmers and information support/guidance to spectators.

8 VOLUNTEERS REQUIRED FOR EACH SESSION. Sessions are

Session 1 & 2 – Saturday 21st October 2017.
Time: 8am warm up – 9am start, expected end time 2pm

Session 3 – Saturday 21st October 2017.
Time: 4.30pm estimated warm up – FINALS

Session 4 & 5 – Sunday 22nd October 2017
Time: 8am warm up – 9am start, expected end time 2pm

Session 6 – Sunday 22nd October 2017.
Time: 4.30pm estimated warm up – FINALS

Placement offered by Fujitsu UK

Contact – Beverly Brown

Phone – 0

Perks and volunteer incentives

Free lunch, help with cost towards travel or free parking ticket to the multi-storey car park across from the venue and MISM T Shirt

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