Braehead will host the first event in the three stage competition on Sunday the 13th of October.
Line scores and webcasting of the event is planned, see below for more details.
If you can use a computer we'd love to hear from you, and full training is provided!
Line scores require someone to watch some excellent curling and enter scores onto the website via a form when they are put up on the scoreboards, it's really very easy!
Webcasting involves one or more people controlling the switching of cameras during a match and people interested in webcasting should be comfortable using a computer.
Lastly (but definitely not least) we are looking for commentators; you can volunteer as a pair or by yourself and we'll pair you up. Commentators must have 'the gift of the gab' and don't necessarily have to talk about the game the whole time, as long as there is chat happening! If you've ever listened to the commentary of curling on TV and thought "I could do better", this is the job for you!
All positions will work as a small group during competitions, in a corner of the Curling Bar which overlooks the rink.
We're looking for several people for each position to assist on a rotation basis during competitions.
The BCDG hope to cover all main events at Braehead this season with live scores, webcasting and commentary provided at every one.
We need volunteers for Sunday the 13th of October!
If you're interested you can contact Jonathan Heggie who looks after IT for the Development Group
By email firstname.lastname@example.org
By phone 077 0304 77 80