Engagement Ranger
Hosted by: National Trust- Wentworth Castle Gardens

Role summary Engagement Ranger Volunteers will help visitors make the most of their visit. Friendly and approachable, they'll walk the site giving directions and information to visitors and keeping an eye out for any safety concerns.
What's involved? Walking in the parkland with your dog (if you have one) and giving visitors a friendly welcome.
Talking to visitors about Wentworth Castle Gardens and the National Trust.
Using the radio to report any safety concerns to the outdoors team.
Engaging with dog owners in a friendly way to provide them with information such as the location of dog waste bins and recommending when dogs should be under close control.

How many volunteers are needed:

10

Recruitment process:

Apply using the application form on the National Trust Wentworth Castle Gardens website

https://myvolunteering.nationaltrust.org.uk/opportunity-view?id=b94ee98d...

Skills and quaifications:

This role will suit you if you are... Friendly and approachable.
Someone who likes walking at Wentworth Castle Gardens.
Happy to speak to visitors and give them directions or information about the site.
Physically fit and happy to do plenty of walking around the gardens and parkland.
Someone with an eye for detail and can spot any safety concerns, damage to the site, or dangers to wildlife, animals or visitors.
This role is also suitable for dog walkers with well-behaved dogs (dogs must be on a lead at all times)
Keen to meet other volunteers for a more social walk, to engage visitors about the National Trust and dog walking best practice.
By getting involved you could Enjoy the great outdoors and engage with visitors about the National Trust and nature conservation
Welcome visitors and encourage responsible dog ownership
Keep fit and healthy
Share your love of the outdoors with a wide range of people

Type of activity: Community Work, Gardening, Practical work and DIY