Guilin Tour is seeking online volunteers who will help us to improve our websites and marketing on the internet.
Why volunteer with us?
Guilin Tour is a travel business in Guilin, China. We are continually searching for ways to provide better service, better products and innovative ways to give our customers a better Guilin tour experience.
Your rights and obligations
Unlike paid staff, volunteer staff are not covered by award conditions or workplace agreements. Volunteers, however, do have rights, some of which are enshrined in legislation and some of which are the moral obligations of an organisation involving volunteers. The following list is the basis of your rights as a volunteer. As a volunteer you have the right:
To work in a healthy and safe environment;
To be interviewed and employed in accordance with equal opportunity and anti-discrimination legislation;
To be adequately covered by insurance;
To be given accurate and truthful information about the organisation for which you are working;
To be reimbursed for out of pocket expenses incurred on behalf of the organisation for which you are working;
To be given a copy of the organisation's volunteer policy and any other policy that affects your work;
Not to fill a position previously held by a paid worker;
Not to do the work of paid staff during industrial disputes;
To have a job description and agreed working hours;
To have access to a grievance procedure;
To be provided with orientation to the organisation;
To have your confidential and personal information dealt with in accordance with the principles of the Privacy Act; and
To be provided with sufficient training to do your job.
Categories of work
A. Proofreading of articles and web pages. Review articles for
Correct English (grammar, spelling, vocabulary)
Appropriate English (language, sentence structure, expression)
Content (marketing focus, cultural aspects, make suggestions for additional content)
B. Contribute to our English evaluation project.
Check if English is properly or correctly used in the articles. Comment on whether the expression is native and understandable.
Check for appropriate English ( marketing focus, cultural aspects, expression )
Give an overall evaluation of each piece of we send to you.
Provide any other suggestions you may wish to offer.
C. In-Office oral English training.
Daily English training for our staffs.
Skills of answering telephone or online skype conversations.
Excellent writing skills, with a flair for the English language.
The ability to pay attention to details when editing information.
The ability to commit sufficient time to take on a project and to finish it in a timely manner.
Access to a computer with Microsoft Word installed. Ongoing and regular access to the Internet and basic knowledge of computer use.
A keen sense of what foreign travelers are seeking, and prevailing trends.