Mentoring Men has available positions for Men seeking support (Mentees). You will have the opportunity to be provided with Free support and life guidance from a male mentor and be a part of our organisation's efforts to encourage men throughout Australia to embrace their mental health support. All men regardless of their background or beliefs are welcome to apply for our program. PLEASE NOTE: This position is for men seeking support.
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Mentoring Men has available Volunteer positions for Men to be professionally trained to support other Men in our community. You will have the opportunity to support and guide other men and be a part of our organisation's mission to support men in their life journey. All men regardless of their background or beliefs are welcome to apply for our program.
Educational Mentors (Tutors) provide 1 on 1 educational assistance 1-2 hours a week to vulnerable children aged 6-16. Most of the children/young people referred to us are about 2 yrs behind their age in at least English & Maths. You can help us break a child out of a cycle of poor educational achievement. If you are over 20 and want to tutor a child in English, Maths or whatever you feel confident in please apply now!
Kids Friend mentors spend 2-3 hours a week with a vulnerable child aged from 6-16, for friendship and fun. You become a special person outside the family who supports the child's social and emotional needs with an aim to increase the child's confidence, personal skills and resilience. You can take the child to visit places within the community or your own home to bake, play video games, or just hang out. If you are over 20 and want to make a difference in a child's life please apply now!
A Support Coordinator works with individuals to formalise a support plan and help them to engage different supports. The aim of a Support Coordinator is to build capacity in different individuals, such as students, the elderly, those with a disability or people with mental health issues.
Mental Health Support Workers are qualified social workers and nurses who specialise in helping those with a range of mental health problems such as anxiety, depression or post-traumatic stress disorder.
In-House Lawyers combine understanding of the law with an in-depth knowledge of the employer organisation, including its business goals, obligations (such as to shareholders), assets and liabilities.
A Lawyer provides legal advice to clients in one or more areas of law to individuals or businesses when they require advice or assistance with a legal issue. Lawyers manage the daily legal affairs of their clients, including preparing contracts, drawing up claims and negotiating settlements. Some Lawyers deal with disputes, and will appear in court on behalf of their clients if a Barrister is not required.
A Solicitor provides advice and assistance with legal issues to individuals and businesses, and advises in one or more areas of the law. In Australia, a Solicitor is a person with a practising certificate that is not a Barrister or Judge.
A Compliance Officer is responsible for ensuring a company’s practices are compliant with any relevant laws, regulations and licensing requirements. They advise key stakeholders on a range of matters including compliance; auditing; health and safety; financial and other types of risk, and legislation.
Financial Planners (also known as Financial Advisors) are professionals who guide individuals and organisations on how to set and meet their financial goals.
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