Support our work Volunteer Criteria and benefits Volunteers are an important and valued part of the Deafinitely Theatre team. Opportunities are open to deaf and hearing people over 18 years of age. The criteria for volunteers is some experience of using sign language. Different events require different levels of British Sign Language knowledge. Generally, we ask that you sign to a qualified level 2 standard, or have an equivalent experience that allows you to sign to a high standard. We hope that you enjoy volunteering with us and feel a full part of our team. Benefits There are many benefits to volunteering. Connecting with the deaf community, practising your sign language skills and meeting like-minded people who are interested in theatre and access. If you are volunteering for a Deafinitely Theatre production, you will be entitled to 1 free ticket to see the performance, provided that there is an available unsold seat on your prefered date. This agreement tells you what you can expect from us, and what we hope from you. We aim to be flexible, so please let us know if you would like to make any changes and we will do our best to accommodate them. We, Deafinitely Theatre will do our best: to introduce you to how the organisation works and your role in it. to provide easy access to the line manager so that you can tell us if you are happy with how your tasks are organised and get feedback from us. to respect your skills, dignity and individual wishes and to do our best to meet them. to reimburse your travel costs up to the value of £5.60 to consult with you and keep you informed of possible changes. to provide a safe workplace. to apply our equal opportunities policy. to apply our complaints procedure if there is any problem. You, agree to do your best: to work reliably to the best of your ability, and to give as much warning as possible whenever you cannot work when expected to perform your volunteer role to the best of your ability. to follow Deafinitely Theatres rules and procedures, including health and safety, equal opportunities and confidentiality.