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Retail & Office Administration Trainee (Volunteer role, Centrelink, WFTD approved).

  • Location: Bentleigh VIC
  • Category: Community Services

Training position in retail, customer service, office administration, cash handling, banking, EFTPOS, sales, accounts pay/rec, marketing, merchandising, stock control, Team Leader/Manager role, HR, etc. No experience required - we train you, fix your resume, teach you interview skills, will be your local referee and give you access to our jobs board. We have helped 472 people to get jobs in the last 5.5 years! We advertise regularly as our trainees get jobs monthly!

Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Friendly Visitor - Newport

  • Location: Newport VIC
  • Category: Community Services

Would you like to visit an older person in an Aged Care Home or their own home and make a real difference in their life? We have a LADY in an Aged Care Facility in NEWPORT who would benefit from your friendship during the week. She enjoys interacting with babies and playing with balloons and connect 4. Contact us to learn more about this great opportunity and other opportunities across Victoria and NSW.

Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Friendly Visitor - Delahey

  • Location: Newport VIC
  • Category: Community Services

Would you like to visit an older person in an Aged Care Home or their own home and make a real difference in their life? We have a LADY who lives in her own home in DELAHEY who would benefit from your friendship during the week. She enjoys chatting with a cuppa. Contact us to learn more about this great opportunity and other opportunities across Victoria and NSW.

Public Affairs & Advocacy Administration volunteer

  • Location: Melbourne VIC
  • Category: Other

Stroke is one of Australia’s biggest killers and a leading cause of disability amongst adults. There are approximately 56,000 new and recurrent strokes each year in Australia with one occurring every nine minutes. Stroke affects people of all ages but predominantly occurs in the elderly. There are almost 475,000 people living after stroke in Australia. Despite public misperception, there are proven treatments for stroke prevention and recovery.

Inclusion Melbourne Friendly Visitor - Richmond - Mandarin Speaking

  • Location: Richmond VIC
  • Category: Other

Do you have a passion about working with the elderly, learning from their experiences and eradicating social isolation and loneliness? Then this might be the right role for you. We are looking for a Mandarin-speaking compassionate individual to support Mr and Mrs Wu, a lovely elderly couple living in Richmond and is in need of some social support.

Volunteer Marketing Specialist

  • Location: Richmond VIC
  • Category: Migrant Services

SisterWorks is seeking an experienced Marketing Specialist volunteer. You will be responsible for managing the SisterWorks Google Ads account, analysing SisterWorks's Google Analytics, creating reports on the online behavior using Google Analytics and Google Ads and (ideally) providing support with SM reports. This role reports to the Digital Communications Lead and Head of Marketing.

Media Administration Support Volunteer

  • Location: Melbourne VIC
  • Category: Other

Stroke is one of Australia’s biggest killers and a leading cause of disability amongst adults. There are approximately 56,000 new and recurrent strokes each year in Australia with one occurring every 9 minutes. Stroke affects people of all ages but predominantly occurs in the elderly. There are almost 475,000 people living after stroke in Australia. Despite public misperception, there are proven treatments for stroke prevention and recovery.

Donor Experience Volunteer - MONDAY & FRIDAY roles available

  • Location: Melbourne VIC
  • Category: Other

Stroke is one of Australia’s biggest killers and a leading cause of disability amongst adults. There are approximately 56,000 new and recurrent strokes each year in Australia with one occurring every 9 minutes. Stroke affects people of all ages but predominantly occurs in the elderly. There are almost 475,000 people living after stroke in Australia. Despite public misperception, there are proven treatments for stroke prevention and recovery.