The staff of Charles River Valley is looking for several individuals with a background in house painting interested in undertaking projects. Individuals should have a basic knowledge of materials, methods, and the tools involved in the painting of houses, buildings, or other structures. The majority of this work will be carried out individually with several opportunities to work on larger projects and assist or lead Trustees staff or volunteers.
This position will be based at Powisset Farm in Dover, the management unit headquarters/workshop for the Charles River Valley. Powisset Farm is a thriving 109 acre farm with an active Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program, oak forests, brooks, vernal pools, and wooded wetlands. It is adjacent to the 620 acre Trustees property, Noanet Woodlands.
* Prep, scrape, prime, etc. both internal and external surfaces
* Keep workshop clean and organized.
* Log volunteer hours in a timely fashion
* Ability to work with tools, paint and materials
* Ability to organize assigned tasks, for completion alone or with help
* Ability to work alone and as a part of a team
* Solid communication skills to update staff on project status and needs
* Traveling to nearby properties will be necessary
* Prior painting experience required
Minimum of 10 to 12 hours per month with a 3 month commitment. Flexible schedule. Ideally, volunteer would have some weekday availability to work alongside staff as needed.
For more information
Contact Eileen Small, Volunteer Resources Coordinator, 781-784-0567 x5501, email@example.com
To explore other volunteer opportunities, visit our volunteer page at http://volunteer.thetrustees.org/
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