Medical VolunteerCamp Quality Ltd
Medical Doctors and Nurses needed
Do you want to make a real difference? Come join Camp Quality, a children’s cancer charity that has been bringing positivity, fun and laughter back into the lives of kids impacted by cancer for almost 40 years.
We are currently seeking medical volunteers to help at our Kids’ Camp programs across Northern New South Wales. Our much-loved Kids’ Camps give children 4-13 years old facing cancer the chance to be kids again. Kids experience time away from their parents, with friends who understand, new adventures and fun and optimism, to help build resilience, and life skills.
Camp Quality is proud to have over 1,200 volunteers nationwide, with each one being integral to our mission to ensure kids impacted by cancer have the chance to be kids again. Passionate, excited, and committed, our volunteers are here to foster fun, in supportive environments at our programs. Our volunteers make a real difference – and you could too!
Our most well-known programs are our Kids Camps, with our volunteers committing to attend a minimum of one of these a year, with other opportunities including Family Camps, Family Fun Days and Family Experiences.
Being a Camp Quality volunteer means being involved in a life-changing experience where you will learn new skills, meet life-long friends and positively impact the lives of children facing cancer.
We are seeking Doctors and Registered Nurses to provide medical support at our kids’ camps across Northern New South Wales.
If you’re ready to join us on one of our 2-5-day programs, please apply today! We can’t wait for you to join our volunteer family!
Driver's License preferred, not required.
Diversity and Inclusion
Camp Quality honours human rights, celebrates diversity and fosters a climate of mutual respect to promote an inclusive environment that affirms the intrinsic value of each individual.
We are an equal opportunity employer and encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and people of all cultural backgrounds, ages, genders, sexual orientations, religions, as well as those with a disability or carer responsibilities. Should you have any particular support needs, you are encouraged to include these in your application so we can explore with you during the recruitment process.
We are proud to hold National Safeguarding Children accreditation. All successful candidates must undergo an extensive screening process prior to appointment and hold a valid working with children check.
As an organisation that supports children and their families facing cancer, we encourage all our employees and volunteers to be vaccinated against Covid-19. All front-line employees (working in a position with direct contact with children, families, and working in schools or hospitals) must supply evidence of full Covid-19 vaccination, prior to commencing the role.