Do you have a passion for fashion? Are you interested in sorting donated and new clothing and accessories to help ensure a consistent supply of quality merchandise to meet Red Cross stores’ needs and requirements? Do you enjoy working as part of team? Our brand new Red Cross Shops distribution centre is the place for you!
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Do you speak Greek and have some spare time? Make a difference to the life of an elderly Greek residents by chatting in Greek and helping them to feel less socially isolated and lonely.
Fantastic opportunity to become a buddy with a young woman in her mid thirties with an intellectual disability! Make a new friend, make a difference and reduce social isolation. If you enjoy dancing, performing arts, watching documentaries/comedies and hanging out, then this is the volunteer role for you!
Friends for Good is a not-for-profit that aims to help people experiencing loneliness. We have a core service called Friendline where people can call and chat with a trained volunteer. As our service and organisation grows we need some more help with administration tasks.
Are you organised? Do you have a strong eye for detail, good communication skills and the ability to work autonomously? We are looking for administration all-rounders to support our Volunteer Resource Services team.
Training position in retail, customer service, office administration, cash handling, banking, EFTPOS, sales, accounts pay/rec, marketing, merchandising, stock control, Team Leader/Manager role, HR, etc. No experience required - we train you, fix your resume, teach you interview skills, will be your local referee and give you access to our jobs board. We have helped 591 people to get jobs in the last 6 years! We advertise often as our trainees get jobs regularly!
Barista trainers work directly with young people in our Hospitality Training Program. You will be running a small coffee cart whilst providing hands-on training to participants who are at-risk of or experiencing homelessness.
Join our team at the Coolibah Day Centre! Use your strong communication skills and genuine interest in working with older people to assist with sewing activities.
We are looking for enthusiastic, efficient, hard-working and detail oriented individuals to assist with event planing for Child Sexual Abuse Prevention Symposium scheduled for July 2020 in Brisbane.
Provide admistrative support to the ReSource Youth Program team
Help shape and grow Pets of the Homeless with your HR experience & skills as a volunteer Board Director
We are looking for transport superstars, if you have a truck licence or can assist with the loading and unloading of goods onto our trucks then we want to hear from you. This is great work experience for someone wanting to learn more about the transport industry, or someone that has retired but still wanting to keep active.
The Partnership Coordinator is responsible for supporting the Partnerships Lead in identifying, developing and managing ongoing relationships with individuals, organisations and other Young Professional committees to forward the UN’s agenda: partnership for the sustainable development goals. A particular focus is to engage with internal and external stakeholders, collect and collate partnership information, facilitate relationship with UNAAV YP events and coordinate partnership meetings.
The Communications Coordinator is responsible for managing the communications channels and expanding the reach and impact of the UNAA Young Professionals Committee in Victoria. This role includes responsibility for external communication channels including social media, newsletters, and other channels and supporting the advocacy team to implement the communication strategy
World Literacy Foundation is looking for a graphic designer to help with event collateral for the World Literacy Summit 2020 and more.
Become a buddy with Sarah, a lively lady in her 30's. She has an intellectual disability and enjoys the outdoors, walks, bowling and going for coffee An understanding of the Jewish faith and culture would be an advantage for this role. Make a difference in the life of a person with an intellectual disability by building a friendship and reducing social isolation.
Fantastic opportunity to become a buddy with a young man in his mid twenties with an intellectual disability! Make a new friend, make a difference and reduce social isolation. If you enjoy gaming, computers, SciFi movies, animals and hanging out, then this is the volunteer role for you!
Do you have some spare time during the week even just a couple of hours? If so we would like you to drive our clients to and from their home to medical and allied health appointments or to their social support groups.
The Austin Health Welcome Volunteer Program is often the first experience patients, family and visitors have when they come to the hospital. Welcome Volunteers provide the smiling welcome and caring approach which ensures people begin their hospital journey feeling cared for and safe.
A committed, non-judgemental and reliable person is needed to assist students who are learning basic computer skills (Word and essentials) under teacher supervision.
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