The accommodation guards operate close to the race guests. School accommodation plays a major role in the formation of a common spirit.
The accommodation manager is responsible for 1-2 accommodation schools. If necessary, he / she can also act as a lodging supervisor for his / her school of charge. He is responsible for the lodging supervisors of his own school and their shifts. She is the supervisor of the lodging supervisors at her school and is part of the lodging team with the other lodging managers and the lodging manager. The hosting team prepares the schools from the beginning of the week and ensures that the school remains in proper condition after the tournament.
The duties of a receptionist include: day and night supervision of the accommodation school; The hoteliers sort, place and return daily breakfast and evening snacks to players. Tasks may also include sales of a school kiosk.
More detailed roster schedules will be drawn up closer to the event, with lodging supervisors at schools 24/7.
There are many roles to play in dining. True Mass Eating is the most visible manifestation of power throughout the event. Over 55,000 warm meals will be distributed during the event.
Volunteers are responsible for storerooms, food distribution, refilling, special diets, and the overall cleanliness of the refreshments and dining area. 1-2 training sessions will be organized for all those who come to the meal. These tasks do not require a hygiene passport.
Breakfast and evening meals are served at the lodging school, lunch and dinner in the tournament area. There are about 8,000 diners a day.
The food dispenser serves hot dishes and salads for lunch and dinner. Other supplies and food are collected by the diners themselves.
The line manager is responsible for the continuous filling of food and supplies throughout his meal with his line. She is also responsible for the functionality and overall cleanliness of her own line during the meal, as well as the overall functionality of the dining area. water point filling.
They take care of the reception of cargoes, waybills, clarity of storage and the smooth movement of goods.
Food cleaning tasks
Act as line assistants and take care of eg. the cleanliness of the menus and the general cleaning of the dining area.
Primary care professionals are primarily recruited for medical and paramedical care. It also accommodates persons who have completed the basic first aid course. This is also a great opportunity for students in the field to gain new experiences in first aid activities at a major sporting event.
There are 2-3 first aid points in the event area. In addition, first aid patrols operate at major guided program events.
Responsible physicians at the event
They are responsible for the operation of first aid centers and decide on treatment measures.
First Aid Attendants
Treat minor accidents, take care of first aid centers, travel around the field (nurse, nurse, paramedic).
First Aid Assistants
Performs assistive duties and assists with first aid points (first aid training).
All first aid volunteers are given 1-2 training sessions, reviewing the nature of the event and first aid plans.
Every year 25-50 teams from abroad participate in the Power Cup. The international team members are responsible for the overall care of the teams, wherever possible in their own language. Professionals in Russian and Estonian are particularly needed.
When a team arrives, the team’s attache is met at either the host school or the station. Attasea’s job is to give the team the information and instructions they need, how to go, how to get there, and where to find things like the field, match programs, dining, first aid, etc.
During the actual match days, one or two attacas / linguistic groups are required to work especially on interpreting assignments in the field. The overall strength of the team is confirmed when we know how many foreign teams and from which countries will participate in the tournament.
Attaché / interpreter
Attasea is responsible for the well-being of his team during the event. He gives the team the necessary information and instructions on how to run, run and where to find what to play.
The event area has Power kiosks and dedicated ice cream outlets. At the kiosks, volunteers are responsible for sales, the cleanliness of the kiosk, and the filling of the sales shelves. Kiosks sell eg. coffee, ice cream, soft drinks, sweets and buns.
The Stall interim repository also requires volunteers who are responsible for filling the Stall and providing sufficient inventory. There are 1-2 training sessions for stall staff.
The stall manager is responsible for shifts, money transactions, stall functionality and product availability at their own stall points, and liaises with the interim repository for product upgrades. At the end of the day, the stall manager will report to the stall manager.
The stall salesman works at the kiosk for customer service tasks, the main task being sales. Stall vendors also take care of brewing coffee, displaying products and the overall cleanliness of the stall.
The warehouse manager receives the loads, ensures the clarity of the warehouse and the smooth and controlled movement of the goods. Warehouse managers report daily to the stall manager on the availability of inventory.
Supply stall replenishment needs from stock to kiosks.
This sector offers versatile work assignments. The Talcans are responsible for building and demolishing 300 playing fields and playing about 5,000 matches for the event. They are in charge of field maintenance during games (boundaries, networks, fields), record match results in a scorecard, etc. There are a few training sessions for everyone entering the competition and field activities, depending on the job description.
The corresponding field
Each field manager has their own designated play area. He / she takes care of shifts in his / her area and is responsible for field activities in his / her area. He also maintains public order during matches and intervenes when necessary. It is good for the field manager to have a good knowledge of volleyball rules and Power Cup series regulations.
The caretakers take care of the fields during the games (boundaries, grid, mounts) and the overall cleanliness of the fields. Field attendants are often the kind of person the players and coaches ask about the most varied things from the location of the drinking points to the opening hours of the pharmacy.
The messenger is responsible for daily bagging of match records, balls, whistles and pens. He carries the bags to the fields according to a separate instruction and answers eg. the fitness of the balls.
Responsible for constructing and dismantling fields, erecting nets, poles and concrete piglets, measuring fields, marking boundaries, and erecting ball-point fences. They are involved in the construction of the entire event area when needed.
Freight transportation will begin on Monday and Tuesday, with school passport items and other supplies distributed to schools. During the tournament, the need for transportation is replenishment of school food and kiosk supplies. During the event, there may be unexpected transportation needs, which requires the help of Taliban staff.
The team manager is responsible for the cleanup shifts of his or her team and is responsible for the effectiveness of the cleaning. Report to the cleaning manager at the end of the day. The team manager participates in cleaning tasks.
Outdoor Cleaning Team
Provides general cleaning of the entire event area: play areas (together with field staff), catering refuse disposal, paper refills and litter for toilet facilities, kiosk areas and the surrounding area. Possibly also cleaning after the opening. The outside cleaning teams are responsible for picking up bulk debris and general cleanliness, and ensuring that access routes remain accessible. During the day, the cleaning team patrols the area, collecting loose debris and littering the kiosk during the day. At the end of the game, the cleaning team will clean up the game areas from the bulk debris and deliver the items found at the fields to the Power Info point.
Interior cleaning team
Takes care of the dining area between meals (wiping dining tables, floor cleaning, and arranging empty / full bio waste bins), paper refills and loose litter inside the lavatory. All cleaning teams also participate in Sunday final cleaning. There are 1-2 training sessions for cleaning volunteers before the event.
The Communications and Information Team is responsible for daily news coverage of the event, weblog, photography and video as well as social media communication. The team assists the media and prepares briefings as needed. The event radio is also part of the communication and information team.
The communication team needs not only professionals but also enthusiastic social workers. Here is a great opportunity to learn more about the big event awareness.
Reporters are responsible for daily stuff and pictures. They work in the field and in the various extras of the event, doing news coverage for different media. The reporter also updates the stuff online. Depending on the person, the reporter also takes pictures as the story goes.
Assist with supplier accreditation. Assist with Information Managers in organizing briefings, recording pictures and stories. Provide information to the media and help accredited journalists with the event. Responsible for the functioning of the press room.
Take photos for editors on the Power Cup website. Records the entire event in a variety of ways (teamwork, gaming, lodging, meals, extras, racing guests, partners). Persons who have previous experience in photography or have taken photography are welcome. Daily image capture and delivery to the communications team.
Social media expert
Updates events and snapshots to your Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat and Twitter accounts in real time.
“Second Speaker” of the Radio, assisting the main announcer.
The event requires a rotating referee team to help if there is a referee missing due to, for example, games being delayed. Also in Sunday’s finals, judges will be required. The referee must know the rules of volleyball.
Ensures the safety and order of the entire event, both in the field and at the opening, and the Saturday evening event. The security team consists of stewards (card and non card) who are responsible for maintaining order and access control during games and peripherals. A few stewards are also needed on a daily basis to guide the entourage and check the diner’s passes before eating.
Provides security for the event area in the evenings and at night. The guarded area includes field areas, kiosk tents, sales and display tents, stages, etc.
Provides traffic in and around the tournament area, parking, opening hours and Saturday evening events. The traffic control team is also responsible for the proper functioning and proper parking of the bus fleet and the smooth running of the service (eg daily food service).
There will be 1-2 training sessions for those applying for these positions before the event.
Job search is in progress!
The volunteers have already registered nicely, but there is still a need for helping hands for all tasks. Check out the talk descriptions and sign up.
Local manager Johanna Anttonen
pp. 041-318 7576