Arizona Secretary of State: Volunteers Needed for the Arizona Capitol Museum Store

News from Ken Bennett

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: January 12, 2012

Phoenix – Looking for a great way to get involved in the state’s Capitol Museum, starting with the Centennial? The Arizona Capitol Museum store at the Arizona Capitol Museum is actively seeking high energy personable assistants. As a valuable member of the museum staff, you’ll provide many services to our guests and help us prepare for the state’s Centennial year.

Volunteers help customers select items and gifts from our inventory, ring up sales, create and maintain merchandise displays; staff the store when the Manager is not available.

Store Volunteers may occasionally be called upon to assemble gift baskets and large special orders for VIPs and help at author signings and other special events both on site and away from the Capitol Museum.

Volunteers also promote the store, museum and special events to visitors and customers.

Requirements:

  • A positive and upbeat personality for providing excellent customer service.
  • Computer literate, or experience with computerized cash registers.
  • Excellent communication skills.
  • Dependable, accountable and trustworthy.
  • Professional appearance.
  • Ability to stand for extended periods of time and some lifting of light items.
  • Available at least one day per week, at least 4 hours.

Currently the Capitol Museum Store is looking for volunteers to donate time on Mondays (and other weekdays) between the hours of 9:30am and 4:00pm through March of 2012.

An application can be downloaded at: http://www.lib.az.us/museum/volunteer.aspx or contact the Capitol Museum Volunteer Manager at 602-926-3731 or volunteer@lists.lib.az.us.

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