Repair Cafe Cockburn is committed to reducing landfill by repairing items which might otherwise be discarded. We value the skills in our community and want to share our knowledge and ideas to Repair, Re-use and Reduce. We are currently looking for volunteers to help with administrative duties, including greeting people to the centre.
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Attention handy men/woman! Repair Café Cockburn is committed to reducing landfill by repairing items which might otherwise be discarded. We value the skills in our community and want to share our knowledge and ideas to Repair, Re-use and Reduce. We are looking for volunteer repairers, people who have an interest and experience in repairing items such as computers, bikes, woodwork, electrical or sewing.
Individuals who would like to assist in the gardening and maintainence of our native animal rehabilitation centre.
Environmental Field Workers and Committee Members in Bicton.
This is an opportunity to help reduce the carbon footprint of Australia and assist low income families and seniors to live more comfortably. We can do this together with an organisation offering home insulation to keep homes warm in the winter and cool in the summer for FREE!
We are looking for a budding marketing champion. Someone who wants to test their strategies and campaigns and make a difference to the environment and people's lives. If you are looking for a great cause for Australia then this is the role for you.
SEAGRASS MONITORING is back! The Broome Community Seagrass Monitoring Project is one of the longest running and most successful community science projects in the Kimberley. The project engages large amounts of volunteers as well as Indigenous rangers to monitor seagrass meadows within Roebuck Bay.
Piney Lakes Environmental Education Centre are seeking an Environmental Education Assistant to assist to deliver Education Programs to schools and community workshops.
Our Wild Futures Program supports the recovery of threatened species by providing practical on ground action to conserve Australia's unique plants and animals in line with approved recovery plans. Join one or more of our upcoming project days to help plant and protect native vegetation in priority bushland reserves or at coastal foreshore sites. Dates in June 2019.
Are you able to convert policy documents into press releases? This role would suit a native English language speaker who has a passion for addressing climate change and has a journalistic or communications background.
Responsible for performing general maintenance and repairs on the centre equipment and structures. General grounds maintenance. Retired tradies welcome. Electrician's ticket desirable but not essential.
Provide administrative support to the Chairperson and management Committee. Maintain membership database, assist with the organisation of centre events. This position would suit a student looking for administrative experience in a long term role. We are willing to provide references to those willing to work hard and make a difference to our team.
Assisting with the general care of the centre's gardens, including weeding, mulching, pruning and composting.
Do you want to do something that is hands on? Assist the Friends of Bennett Brook in bush regeneration activities to help restore Bennett Brook. The Friends of Bennett Brook are working to restore Bennett Brook as a healthy ecosystem for fauna, linking Whiteman Park to the Swan River. Let's join hands in doing some dryland/wetland planting, weeding and rubbish collection.
Garden and environmental enthusiasts - our environment needs a helping hand. Field workers are required to tame an invasive weed species from a recently planted area in the Roleystone area. Do your bit for the environment as you work among the beautiful hills surrounded by nature's beauty.
Do you love working outside in a relaxed bushland setting, assisting in the propagation and rearing of native plants to put back into our environment. We need your help with propagation of seedlings, sowing, thinning out, weeding, grading and assembling orders.
Wildcare helpline volunteers handle telephone inquiries from members of the public who have found sick or injured wildlife. They refer callers to a further network of specialised volunteers who rehabilitate these animals so they can be released back into the wild.
The campground host program operates throughout Western Australia at approximately 60 campsites. Campground hosts are often the first point of contact for visitors to the park. Hosts welcome visitors and may help them with allocating a campsite or provide them with information about local fauna and flora. They also hand out and collect visitor survey forms, provide general information and answer inquiries. Campground hosts also assist Parks and Wildlife staff with some light maintenance tasks
Environmental Field Workers required to help maintain bushland at Wireless Hill Park in Booragoon.
Volunteers are needed to help with the gardening in the historical gardens and grounds of the Old Farm Strawberry Hill. Tasks include weeding, pruning, planting, digging, using a mulcher and ride on mower. Volunteers are currently needed on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday or Friday.
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