Assists with the delivery of one on one training sessions for those who are wanting help with technology i.e. their laptop, internet, emails, tablet, smart phone etc. This role would suit applicants who have experience using a wide range of technology and can commit to a roster / schedule.
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Calling all "kid at heart" adults! Do you like to see children getting a kick out of the enjoyment toys bring to them? Noah's Ark Community Toy Library operates just like a book library but with toys. Enabling children to loan a variety of toys and return them by a specified date. Help is needed to maintain the display of toys, booking loans out and answering inquiries.
Do you have an interest in helping families and enhancing children’s learning? We are seeking a warm, friendly person who relates well to people, including children, to assist with the day to day running of the toy library. In conjunction with an experienced volunteer, you will greet and assist members, check loans in and out using the computer catalogue system, check and count returned toys and process new toys.
Vacancies exist for volunteer Veterinary Representatives on the Flinders University Animal Welfare Committee. The committee meets once a month on a Tuesday from 9 AM – 2 PM.
Do you enjoy administrative work and would you like to become an integral part of a great organisation? Riding for the Disabled, based in Victor Harbor, are on the lookout for a Volunteer Coordinator. The Volunteer Coordinator will be the primary contact point for any new people looking to volunteer with RDA Victor Harbor and the position reports to the Management Team of RDA Victor Harbor.
• Do you have a love of Aviation? • Do you Have Leadership Qualities? • Do you care about the welfare of our youth? • Are you 18 years of age or older? The Australian Air League is looking for leaders like YOU!
Blind Welfare Association is looking for enthusiastic and self motivated volunteers who are excited to share their computer skills to provide basic computer and technology assistance to our members who are blind.
The Customer Liaison Volunteer Role has two components: 1. Customer Service 2. Information Assistance. Whilst each role has specified duties, the majority of tasks are common to both and volunteers are required to perform both. Common duties and objectives - provide current and up to date information on whale/marine ecology and conservation as requested by visitors, conduct opening/closing procedures, assist visitor enquiries, raise awareness of protection, conservation of whale/marine species.
The Head football trainer ensures that the game is run safely, with timely and adequate first aid being administered to players immediately, they are also involved in the recruitment, retention and succession planning of other trainers.
As Makers we believe in working together to encourage people to make, share, give, learn, play, participate, support and change. We believe that we can achieve more together than we can on our own. We believe the joy of making is magnified when it is shared and that failure is an opportunity to work with others to find a solution. We are looking for talented people who are excited to share their skills in the Makerspace at Parks Library.
We are recruiting volunteers to work as Chronic Disease Self-management Leaders and Peer Support Workers with people with chronic complex conditions (ME/CFS and Fibromyalgia pain and fatigue syndromes).
If you want to ensure we have enough FISH FOR EVERYONE IN THE FUTURE, then you are the ideal candidate to become a Fishcare Volunteer. The Fishcare program has operated since 1994. It is run by the Department of Primary Industries and Regions SA (PIRSA) and currently has over 60 volunteers across the state. Volunteers help educate the fishing community, the next generation of fishers and the general public on fishing rules and regulations and why these are so important in ensuring we have a
Are you interested in sharing your passion for ceramics? If you have skills in all aspects of pottery making and would enjoy sharing those skills with members of the community the Encounter Centre would be very keen to hear from you.
Do you enjoy teaching others new skills in a warm nurturing environment? Encounter Centre works with the community to provide interesting, informative programs and new skills in a supportive manner. Mentors/tutors are required to assist in various subjects.
Yankalilla Area School is looking to recruit reliable, punctual, friendly volunteers to be mentors in their Learning Assistance Program. LAP is a program designed to build bridges between school and community and between the volunteer and student. LAP volunteers work with students on a one-to-one basis for one session a week, providing support that has been tailored to the student’s needs. Mentors are matched with students based on the skills of volunteer and needs of the students.
RemindMeCare is an innovative software application that promotes connection with family and friends, reminisicence, and entertainment. Volunteer facilitators are required to support residents to create content on a personal tablet device, and use the app to stimulate conversation and fun.
Goolwa Primary School is recruiting for volunteers to become a part of the school reading army. This dedicated group of volunteers attend school 1 or 2 mornings a week to sit with up to 5 children who may have some learning/reading difficulties and benefit enormously from having one on one sessions outside of the classroom with friendly, patient volunteers. Volunteers will need to be reliable as the children look forward to these out of classroom activities.
Goolwa Primary School is recruiting for energetic, enthusiastic volunteers to assist with lunchtime activities. Volunteers will need to be creative and willing to be hands on with activities which are varied and constantly being added to eg teaching kids to play chess, computer construction, knitting, board games, music, gardening. Friendly, approachable people who enjoy teaching new skills to children and willing to engage with them and listen.
The Education Volunteer has two role components: 1. Marine Education Guide 2. Interpretive Guide. Whilst each role has specified duties, the majority of tasks are common to both and volunteers are required to perform in either capacity. Common duties and objectives - provide current and up to date information on whale/marine ecology and conservation to booked groups and visitors, assist visitor enquiries in an objective and unbiased manner, interact with customers.
Volunteers can assist in a variety of positions including: Giving advise & assistance to public Educating recreational fishers about rules & regulations Handing out educational brochures & devices Attending community events
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