Compliance Team — Festival Volunteers

What is Compliance at what do we do at Buddhafield?

To run a festival, there are set policies and procedures these are not only a legal requirement but provides evidence if the worst should happen. We at Buddhafield have a legal obligation to prove that the festival is run in a safely in accordance with government guidelines. This is the role of the compliance to check, structures, traders and food vendors to see if they comply with our onsite policies.

  • Arrival day: Arrive Sunday 10 th July by anytime to start promptly on Monday.
  • Finish day: Monday 18 th July finishing before lunch. This also means that you will
    have most of the festival off to enjoy yourselves.

Most people find Buddhafield stewarding a very enjoyable experience, however in offering to
help in this way you will be taking on a job which requires long days and can be stressful at
times so please consider this before applying.

What are we looking for?

  • Ability to talk to traders in a professional manor.
  • Be confident in making observations and fill out forms.
  • Openhearted with an enthusiastic approach
  • Be friendly and interested in helping people!

Previous experience in either health and safety food desirable but not essential as full training is provided.

What we offer you?

In return you will receive:

  • A ticket to the event
  • Whatever vehicle pass you need
  • Vegan food every day that you are working (3 x meals, and tea and coffee)

Still reading at this point! Then you should become a member of the compliance team.

Apply below. We will reply to all applications within a week.

  A Word about Alcohol and Drugs

Please have a think about our view on alcohol and recreational drugs, as described on the Festival overview page.

We don’t wish to judge people’s views on this — and hope it won’t put you off applying! And if this would be a new way of experiencing a festival for you then why not give it a try?! However please bear in mind that if you choose to work with us and are accepted, then we’d expect this policy to be respected.