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Committee Members

  • Location: South Perth WA
  • Commitment: Regular - more than 6 months
  • Category: Animal Welfare
  • Time Required

    3rd Tues of month, 5.30-7.30pm Other days as required & as time permits

  • Type of work
    • Fundraising & Events
    • Governance, Boards & Committees
    • Working with Animals
  • Training

    Induction by a committee member

  • Reimbursement

    Tea, coffee, meals and fuel – not provided. Yes if prior permission is granted

  • Requirements
    • Driver's Licence (C)
    • National Police Certificate *

    Enthusiasm, a positive attitude, good communication is required and willingness to contribute and learn.
    You will also need to hold a current Project Numbat membership, be available to attend monthly meetings, actively participate in fundraising activities and be committed to follow through action items.

    * May be arranged via the Organisation. Details to be provided on expression of interest.

Project Numbat’s achievements and success depends on what you are willing to learn, what skills you have to offer and how much time you are willing to volunteer. Everybody has something to offer!

As a committee member you can choose to become involved in one or more of our broad range of operations and field activities that include; • organize and attend events / fundraisers including our annual Perth Street Appeal and World Numbat Day • sell merchandise at monthly markets and shows, liaise with the public and stakeholders • write and research articles for our quarterly newsletter • hold Numbat presentations at schools and other groups • assist in developing and updating our website • contribute to our social media platforms • develop marketing materials • explore new project ideas in a team environment • seek funding (grant) opportunities • participate on ground: camera trap monitoring project, Numbat dig identification surveys and weed control project in Numbat habitat sites. • Seek, manage and book in our education officer to deliver presentations to schools

By volunteering with Project Numbat you will be working with like-minded people and in a well organised group while contributing to the long term awareness and protection of the Numbat, Western Australia’s mammal emblem and an endangered species. Our committee currently consists of 8 people and we are registered environmental group and charity and have been in operation for over 10 years.