Monday, September 9, 2019
If you're working with us at BBC Live in Hyde Park, your shifts have now been assigned and your info pack is ready!
You can find out which shift pattern you're on by logging into Hotbox Events PAAM. Your shift is shown on your BBC Live in Hyde Park Info page. Please note that if you've only just had your BBC Live in Hyde Park staff position confirmed then your shift may still be pending. We're assigning new staff shifts daily so please check back for an update!
Please now login to read your Info Pack!
There is a wealth of info in the pack including pre-event and onsite contact details, travel and arrival info, where and when you need to check-in at BBC Live in Hyde Park, information about festival passes, how staff shifts are organised, BBC Live in Hyde Park catering, your briefings and training sessions, emergency procedures, staff and roles and responsibilities at BBC Live in Hyde Park, event security procedures, CCTV, Health and Safety, event communications, info about the BBC Live in Hyde Park Green Initiatives and more!
The information within the packs is very important so please make sure you login and read it before you arrive at BBC Live in Hyde Park!
To read your Info Pack, you need to:
We're receiving a lot of questions about working at BBC Live in Hyde Park; most of the answers can now be found in the Info Pack so please make sure you read yours!
You'll also find the below document in the Portal, please make sure you read it before arriving at BBC Live in Hyde Park:
If you haven't already, please read the following documents which can be found on the Event Info page:
If you've not worked at a music event before and you're wondering what it's like working with Hotbox Events, make sure you checkout some of our staff interviews! You'll get to hear from staff who have joined us talking about how they found their shifts, how they were looked after by the Hotbox team, what it was like working for the first time on their own, taking on more responsibility year on year and progressing to new roles, and even how the experience and confidence gained has helped with their career progression away from music events!
If you have specific questions about working at BBC Live in Hyde Park our event FAQs! They're regularly updated and packed full of answers to the questions we're usually asked, plus lots of handy hints and tips about working at music events.
If you'd like to chat with others who have worked with us before head to our Facebook Group and Forum on our website where you'll find both new and returning volunteers chatting about what it's like to work at music events, arranging to share lifts, asking and answering questions about working at events...
If you’ll be working on your own and are a little apprehensive, don't worry, every year at least half of those who join us do so on their own the first time and then return year on year to meet up with friends they've made working at events!
Another way to see what working at events is like is to head over to our event photo galleries where you'll find thousands of photos of our staff having an amazing time whilst working with us!
If there is anything you'd like to ask or you'd just like to chat with us about working at BBC Live in Hyde Park, please don't hesitate to email or call the office or get in touch via one of our socials!
See you at BBC Live in Hyde Park 😊