ACT Wildlife rehabilitates injured, sick and orphaned native animals to return them to the wild. Our interface with the public is our 24/7 phone. The day is broken into several shifts and you would be required to have our phone diverted to yours for a shift a week, a fortnight or month, depending on your availability. You will be working from home and have access to our online database to record calls.
Found 5 volunteer opportunities with Working with Animals, in CANBERRA%20CITY
The Coordinator will recruit, train, support, manage and give recognition to volunteers within the region. The position will ensure that Story Dogs remains an active and relevant organisation by raising awareness of the Story Dogs brand and services.
Here at Pegasus we are always looking for people that are suitable for our Equine Facilitated Programs. This role includes but may not be limited to; * supporting our young riders as a horse leader, side walker, or in the stables * assisting in other ways to ensure our programs run efficiently - bus driving, care support roles * assistants in our Day Program - over 18 mental health support group
Native animals are often in need of a helping hand following accidents with cars, pets, windows, people and other native animals. ACT Wildlife has trained wildlife carers to care for these animals but with increasing habitat loss and suburban expansion our job is ever increasing.
Rescue and transport of injured and orphaned animals in the Canberra and surrounding region.
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