- Location: Albert Park VIC
- Commitment: Regular - more than 6 months
- Category: Arts & Culture
minimum 2 hours per week either at our office or remotely but must be Melbourne based
- Skilled Volunteers
Type of work
- Administration & Office Management
Prior approval required
- Working with Children Check *
* May be arranged via the Organisation. Details to be provided on expression of interest.
The Planetary Healing Artists Association is a not for profit organisation based in Albert Park, working largely with the community of the City of Port Phillip and broader community. Membership extends throughout Melbourne with some members also living internationally. Planetary Healing Artists Association of Australia holds annual art exhibitions and events in the community with the aim of promoting world peace, social and environmental sustainability.
Mission Statement: "Planetary Healing Artists Association of Australia Inc.'s key purpose is to encourage creativity through art and performance, sharing the spirit of peace and harmony. We achieve this by organising cultural and community exhibitions and events which nurture greater social unity. We are committed to heal and protect our planet and all of its inhabitants."
Duties and Responsibilities: • Assessing organisational volunteer requirements, recruitment responsibilities including attraction, retention and replacement • Developing, evaluating and managing a volunteer induction process • Developing and managing policies, procedures and standards for volunteers • Managing the volunteer database and roster (on-going and during special events) • Arranging training and education opportunities • Conduct on-going skills audit • Developing and promoting innovative ways to recognise and reward volunteer efforts • Co-ordinating volunteer communications such as social functions and newsletters • Developing and distributing a monthly volunteer newsletter • Attending events • Reviewing position descriptions and application forms • Developing confidentiality and privacy policies • Upholding WHS standards including maintaining, developing and implementing policies and processes • Resolving conflict and managing the grievance process