Recruiting Student Helpers for SHOT Annual Meeting 2016

April 22, 2016

Recruiting Student Helpers

20 – 27 Jun 2016

S$8/hr + CPF contribution by NUS

Working Hours:
8 - 10hr a day depending on your role (request for specific working hours negotiable)

Job Descriptions:
(1) Logistics/Ushers (e.g. put up signage, moving/rearranging of furniture, portable stage, etc.)

(2) Registration & Information desks duties

(3) Panel Session Helpers (e.g. getting rooms ready for sessions, IT/AV support, etc.)

(4) Photographers

(5) Tour Assistants (e.g. travel with the tour group, etc.)

Interested parties, please register by 12 May 2016. For any enquiries, please email Jocelyn at

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