Do you have basic background in human resources and keen interest in project work? We are looking for a volunteer to assist in a new project for student placement at Anglicare WA.
Found 20 volunteer opportunities with Research, Policy, & Analysis, in Western Australia WA
Are you the type of person who likes to ensure everything runs smoothly and works the way it should? You will be working for a small Steiner primary school which is a not for profit organisation and the role will be for 2 – 10 hours per week. As the HSE Coordinator you would be required to : • Conduct risk and hazard assessments, workplace inspections and internal audits and report and action accordingly.
We are looking for a Director/Treasurer who is experienced. Your duties would be Legal and financial accountability, strategic vision and objectives, fundraising and advocacy. This role would best suit a retired or practicing Accountant or someone studying to be an accountant maybe you are a retired or acting CEO or a proactive environmental supporter. Perhaps you have worked in government or have experience in community policy writing.
The Renkema Building, 134 Stirling Highway, Nedlands requires a current heritage assessment to be undertaken before it can be Classified by the National Trust.
We would like someone who can access what suitable grants for the men's shed are available and then assist with the actual application process
Help improve the condition and health of our reserves and learn new skills along the way.
We need some amazing volunteers for a focus group! I am looking for volunteers to take part in a once off 1.5 hour group session about rangelands land use and conservation in the Kimberley WA.
Mosaic volunteers work on our database to enter and record information about photographs and objects that are a part of the Museum collection. Training is provided, but volunteers must be computer literate.
Youth action group for ages 10 - 25 years. Millennium Kids is a non government organisation run by young people for young people. The organisation was established in 1996 in response to kids demand to have a say about their environment and their world. Millennium Kids is about advocacy and action. We encourage young people to have a voice regarding issues that concern them, and shape their opinions into positive, practical action projects that include all interested stakeholders.
The Objects Volunteer is a ‘behind the scenes’ role to ensure the Museum Collection is maintained in good order through the conservation, preservation, accessioning and cataloguing of the collection. This role will work closely with the Volunteer Curator and Volunteer Archivist.
The Research Volunteer will undertake the basic research to answer general enquiries from the public as well as undertake the research and collection of material to improve the historical information available for public access. This role will work closely with the Volunteer Archivist.
The Volunteer Curator is a primary role ensuring that the Museum Collection is maintained in good order through the preservation, conservation and development of the Collection. The Volunteer Curator will also contribute to the development and implementation of exhibitions, public programs and other Museum related activities. This role will work closely with the Volunteer Archivist and Objects Volunteers.
The Archives Volunteer is a ‘behind the scenes’ role ensuring the Archives Collection is maintained in good order through the conservation, preservation, accessioning and cataloguing of the collection. This role will work closely with the Volunteer Archivist and Volunteer Curator.
SEAGRASS MONITORING is back! The Broome Community Seagrass Monitoring Project is one of the longest running and most successful community science projects in the Kimberley. The project engages large amounts of volunteers as well as Indigenous rangers to monitor seagrass meadows within Roebuck Bay.
Qualified and Experienced Local Native Plant Seed Collector wanted to collect native seed for a local Nursery specialising in indigenous local plants. Also propagating seed and maintaining seed inventory on a data base.
Volunteers are needed for positions on our Centre's Board to help with the decision making and smooth running of the Centre. Be responsible for the strategic direction of the organisation.
When a natural disaster strikes - a storm, cyclone, earthquake, flood or tsunami FESA State Emergency Service (SES) volunteers can be found helping.
Kaarakin is in need of a volunteer co-ordinator, to help manage crew, recruit, and make sure tasks are completed. Are you that person?
Come have a chat with us over a coffee. We can show you a broad range of volunteer opportunities. Whatever your skills, experience and motivation or need to volunteer we can provide you with the information you need to make your choice. We specialise within the geographic boundaries of the City of Swan and have offices in Midland, Ellenbrook, Bullsbrook and Ballajura.
We’re looking for sharp, personable, highly-organized people to assist our team to research and liaise with an ever-growing network of the medical and holistic field as we create a database that we can refer our members to. As our members are statewide this will be a very large project. We require information from all towns/suburbs in WA so this is a position that anyone in WA can do as it's online. You could cover your own area!!
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