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Found 181 volunteer opportunities with Environment & Conservation, in Australia
Share your passion for wildlife and work from home by volunteering for this longstanding (30 years) reputable organisation. If you can commit to 5 hours per week or more, you can help our members locate, rescue, pick-up and deliver injured wildlife to Vets/other specialised carers et al.
The Ningaloo Turtle Program (NTP) is a volunteer turtle conservation program run as a partnership between the Department of Parks and Wildlife and the Cape Conservation Group.
Team leaders will be required to participate in the operation of the Ningaloo Turtle Program in Cape Range National Park and along the Northwest Cape. The position also entails administration duties based in Exmouth.
The Ningaloo Turtle Program (NTP) is a volunteer turtle conservation program run as a partnership between DBCA's Parks and Wildlife Service and the Cape Conservation Group.
Community co-op for solar farm development and operation needs an independent auditor
Wildcare helpline adviser volunteers respond to telephone inquiries from members of the public who have found sick or injured wildlife. They provide advice and refer callers to a further network of specialised volunteers who rehabilitate these animals so they can be released back into the wild.
Are you keen to develop ground maintenance skills? Are you passionate about the conservation of Tasmania's rich heritage? Here is your opportunity to volunteer for National Trust Tasmania.
THRIVE Project is a social and environmental not-for-profit initiative of the worldwide Odyssey World/Providence Solutions group aimed at placing humankind back on the path to thrivable transformations. Operating in the field of sustainability, we have developed solutions and programs over the last two decades spanning several countries addressing issues from climate change to the coronavirus epidemic.
THRIVE Project is a social and environmental not-for-profit initiative of the worldwide Odyssey World/Providence Solutions group aimed at placing humankind back on the path to thrivable transformations. Operating in the field of sustainability, we have developed solutions and programs over the last two decades spanning several countries.
Are you an environmentally engaged community member wanting to assist in tree planting? Esperance’s coastline is extremely sensitive, and in certain areas has suffered under a little too much love. Don your green fingers to help the Shire of Esperance’s Environmental Officers complete coastal restoration at strategic sites in the Esperance town area.
Make Your Change is seeking the assistance of grants writers who can craft compelling applications and help increase our chances of securing sustained funding. This is a great opportunity to develop your technical writing skills and gain experience with developing funding strategies in a not-for-profit environment, whilst supporting a community that is truly making a difference for the planet.
Make Your Change is seeking the assistance of UX designers who can define, design, document and/or implement fantastic user experiences through digital channels. This is a great opportunity to develop your UX/UI skills and gain experience in developing a fun, compelling and engaging experience in a not-for-profit environment, whilst supporting a community that is truly making a difference for the planet.
Make Your Change is seeking web developers who can bring the best content to the world by building scalable solutions to empower people with beautifully presented information. This is a great opportunity to develop technical skills whilst supporting organisations that are truly making a difference.
Make Your Change™️ amplifies people-power by building solutions that connect individuals, organisations and ideas. We are the driving force behind open-source advocacy and activism in Australia. We are looking for Content Contributors to help us update and maintain information on our databases and website. This role is critical in helping our community discover information and new opportunities that will turn motivation into action and make systemic change possible.
Activities include building raised garden beds, planting, weeding, harvesting, teaching, learning and organising community events.
With flexible hours, this opportunity is the perfect way to contribute to the protection of our natural world by applying your clerical experience and reliability in the following key areas: 1. Helping to ensure Work For the Dole (WFD) administrative requirements are met. 2. Collating, updating and maintaining events clearly on the board/calendar. 3. Filing documents and maintaining filing cabinet labels and functionality etc. 4. General clerical duties as required.
BREAZE is seeking a new Treasurer to be elected at the 2020 November AGM. This role involves keeping track of funds in BREAZE accounts. BREAZE uses direct debit for all payments/receipts, and a cloud-based account system that records every transaction. The system is easy to use, can automatically produce monthly Board reports, and gives BREAZE’s accountant and auditor access for BAS reporting and audits. Key skills needed are attention to detail and computer literacy.
Love Bush walking? Enjoying the natural beauty of your surroundings... Here is your chance to make a difference and help Rehabilitate an area of our beautiful valley!
Become a conservation warrior with Conservation Volunteers Australia! Short Description: Join our team and get involved in fun, practical conservation activities all around the Perth metro area! Get your hands dirty and learn about the environment. We have projects at many bushland sites, all along our beautiful coastline, throughout Perth's beautiful wetland and river systems and up in the hills.
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