The Volunteer Support Driver will be responsible for the safe and courteous vehicle transportation of members of a male group, to and from activities in the Hobart region. The role will involve some participation in physical and mental health activities. The aim of the group is to connect men and encourage them to improve their health and well-being. Gain valuable experience being a part of this group and ensuring members participation.
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Flexible opportunity for volunteer drivers during the winter months in the 7140 area
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Flexible opportunity for volunteer drivers during the winter months in the 7172 area
Do you want to make a real difference to assists frail elderly people to remain actively connected with their local community. Transport services aims to assist client to continue with their usual activities, such as attending community groups, or appointment with their general practitioner, enabling them to keep active and socially engaged.
If you have a driving licence you could help! We need people to act as a supervisory driver for disadvantaged learner drivers of all ages.
The main responsibility of this volunteer job is to drive the Chats 12 seater vehicle to transport participants. The two main types of activities requiring transport are: bus trips and participant transport (for clubs, regular outings and other activities).
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