Volunteers | Vic Open
We are thrilled to welcome Apia as Golf Australia’s official volunteer partner for the event. 2023 will see the inclusion of a volunteer hub, kindly provided by Apia. This hub will allow volunteers to enjoy the volunteer experience in their own dedicated area.
Applications to volunteer for the Vic Open are now open.
This is a two-step process:
Firstly create your volunteer profile in our new volunteer system - click here to create your Rosterfy profile, and
Register for the Vic Open volunteer position(s). Available now.
It is requested volunteers be available for a minimum of two shifts, but more are preferred. Every effort will be made to allocate personnel to preferred roles. Some roles require strength, early starts and/or late finishes. Please refer to volunteer position descriptions before nominating for roles. All volunteers will be provided with accreditation for entry on all tournament days, uniform (Vic Open polo & hat), food voucher & bottled water each day and a car park pass.
Working With Children Check (WWCC): Golf Australia is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children in golf by providing a safe and inclusive environment therefore volunteers at the Vic Open will require a valid WWCC. These are free for volunteers. To apply for a WWCC please visit https://www.workingwithchildren.vic.gov.au/, or visit your local post office to apply. Note that it may take 2-3 weeks for your WWCC to be approved. Unfortunately, if you do not have a WWCC, you will not be able to volunteer at the Vic Open.
Covid-19 Vaccinations: At this time, it is not mandatory for volunteers to be vaccinated against Covid-19.
Please contact Fiona Leggett for any queries - firstname.lastname@example.org.
Local Golfing Legends
Introducing the Apia Local Legends – the Golf Series. Apia has scoured the country to find and celebrate some Local Legends with great stories to tell, passion for the game of golf and their club. Golf is one of the most popular sports in Australia and is a great way to stay active and social in retirement. There are many ways to get involved in the sport, through membership at your local golf club, joining Golf Australia’s Get into Golf program, volunteering at or attending one Golf Australia’s events through the year or just catching up with friends at the driving range for a hit.
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