Volunteers Required

Events like Pole Expressions do not happen without Volunteers. If you would like to Volunteer your services please have a look at what you would like to do and the commitment required. Then fill out the form at the bottom of the page.

 

Why volunteer??  It is a great chance to get a feel for a competition without the pressure of being the one who is judged on stage.  You also get to mix, mingle and give back to other fabulous people in the pole dance community.  We are a pretty awesome bunch!!

 

Box Office
Be available at venue one hour prior to the competition to sell tickets

Ushers
Be available at venue 30 minutes prior to the competition check tickets and direct people to their seats

Set-up Helpers
Be available at Schonell theatre from 9.00am to help qualified crew to put up rigging and flooring. Only required for Pole Expressions Amateur competition.

Pack-down Helpers
Be available at the venue theatre at the completion of the competition to help pack up flooring and chairs.

Stage Manager
Be available from the start of rehearsals to completion of competition. Look after all the competitors backstage, let them know when they are due to go on and have them ready. Liaise with Sound, Lighting and Back Stage Manager.

Back Stage Manager
Be available from the start of rehearsals to completion of competition.  Organise prop placement for competitors, co-ordinate Pole Monkeys and liaise with Stage Manager.

Pole Monkeys
Be available at venue 30 minutes prior to the start of competition until the completion of competition.  Main role is cleaning the poles and stage area between competitors.  Suggested for intermediate level polers who are comfortable climbing a pole up to 20 times.  Co-ordinated by the Back Stage Manager

Judges Helper
Be available at venue 30 minutes prior to the start of competition until the completion of competition. Sit with judges. Add up scores using a laptop already setup with competitor details.

Sound and Lightning Manager
Be available at venue from the start of rehearsals to completion of competition – Learn how to operate the sound, start and stop music that will be provided on a playlist.

Sound and Lighting Assistant
Be available at venue from the start of rehearsals to completion of competition.  Work with Sound and Lighting Manager

Social Media Co-ordinator
Be available at venue 30 minutes prior to the start of competition until the completion of competition to provide live updates on Facebook and Instagram

Runner/Gopher
Be available competition day and possibly the day after to assist with odd jobs.  Odd jobs may include assisting guest judges and the one and only Chill Rox from the airport to the competition venue and workshops.

 

 

If you would like to Volunteer one of the roles above please fill out the form below.

Volunteer Form