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If you like talking to older people and are interested in research and can spare a couple of hours each week for up to six months, then this is the role for you.
Are you a qualified lawyer? Crohn's & Colitis Australia has entered into an agreement with a 3rd party funder to provide a telephone nursing support service to people with inflammatory bowel disease. We are seeking legal advice regarding privacy laws and the management of this service ongoing.
Do you have experience in administering engagement surveys, data analysis and have high level communication skills, both written and verbal? This is a short term consulting project working in the Not For Profit and Disability sectors.
We are seeking a Policy Administrator for a project expected to run over several months. The role can be performed in our Head Office or partly outside of the office. You will need to have experience in constructing and editing documents and the ability to organise information.
Open Gardens Victoria (OGV) is a not-for-profit organisation that opens private Victorian gardens to the public, holds events and raises money for charity. We are run by volunteers and are committed to fostering a love of gardens and gardening, helping people to appreciate the benefits gardens bring to health, the community and the environment. The Head of Giving is an important member of OGV's Committee of Management.
Children's Ground requires a volunteer to develop their IT and Finance policy. As a growing organisation there is always another task coming through which could utilise your skills and experience in the volunteering capacity. The task can be undertaken either in the offices of CG or remotely in your own time and at your own pace
We have volunteer roles in the area of Governance, Board & Committee. This may include having a say in the services provided by the organisations, attending regular meetings or assisting to write applications for grants etc. These positions are located in and around Heidelberg, Ivanhoe, Eltham, Hurstbridge and surrounding suburbs. If you have some free time we would love to hear from you.
The Student Placement and Partnerships Coordinator is a champion of professional education and is expected to support the Faculty’s work-integrated learning strategy by proactively maintaining high-quality online resources related to effective partnership management. Furthermore, they are responsible for the drafting, negotiating and finalising of definitive legal agreements that facilitate and govern any student placement activity.
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We need volunteers to keep us going and to support the amazing work we do in raising awareness about conservation issues, empowering those less fortunate than ourselves to find solutions. Your contribution can be in any form, tailored to your skillset and interests. All locations within Australia (and abroad) are accepted. Email our National Director for Australia- Elliot Connor- for more details, or sign up directly via the Join Us link on our website.
The WOMEN'S SPORT NETWORK is a not for profit delivering Women's Sports News, promoting female athletes and positive messaging around women in sports. We are always in desperate need for content contribution for our women's sports website. We are looking for anyone who can report on their local women's sports (we promote all sports) and would be willing to write a story on this.
Positively Transforming World (PTW) are looking for professionals with experience in law and compliance to develop, support and maintain the legal, compliance and ethical conduct of PTW.
Paws for A Purpose is looking for a leader (based in Australia) to start a project that will first analyse the current social situation for elderly people, and identify ‘gaps’ that are preventing or hindering them from having meaningful or ongoing relationships with pets. This may relate to elderly people’s existing pets (e.g. people who become physically incapacitated and cannot look after their pets on their own) or other pets (e.g. community-support dogs that visit a nursing home.
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