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 491 people to get jobs in the last 5.5 years! We advertise often as our trainees get jobs regularly!
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Are you people person? We need bright, bubbly individuals to welcome the public to our organisation. If you have an aptitude for reception services apply today!
We are looking for a dedicated volunteer to help deliver this service, duties include:- * Preparation - unpacking & organising food for pantry set up and distribution * Meet & Greet - Providing a friendly welcome to families
Ref: #655. (UNPAID) Customer Service, Register, Floor Merchandising, Cleaning & tidying of shop floor. A Smile and willingness to work.
"Customer service team" Prefer someone with "Computer Experience". For front counter and telephone duties. Answering inquiries, making appointments, incoming and outgoing mail, photocopying, filing, general office duties. Several vacancies. Seeking people to work one or two days per week. Hours are 9am to 5pm. Positions available Wednesday & Thursday.
Chelsea Op shop is looking for volunteers for it's creative, busy hub of fashion and home wares. Come and join our happy team at this quirky little shop in the heart of Chelsea. Make new friends, learn new skills, gain confidence to improve your career prospects and have a lot of fun. Family Life welcomes new volunteers.
To assist with the running of the Op-Shop. Must be capable of using the cash register. Must be reliable and a good team worker. Usual shop duties, sorting, presenting and displaying stock.
Can you spare a few hours a fortnight / month? The simple task of delivery fresh linen and making a bed can make a huge difference to the lives of older and frail members of your community.
Through volunteering, young people can make a difference, get to know their world, connect with others and build employability skills. And young volunteers have wonderful qualities to contribute to our community: energy, enthusiasm, ideas, skills - and fun. Here's a handy list of local volunteering opportunities in Manningham and surrounds for people under 18.
To walk or lead a very quiet horse being ridden by a person with a disability. To supervise and socialise with children and or adults with disabilities
Spending time with residents and socialising. Volunteer skills will be matched with current need - examples reading to elderly residents, chatting to residents, assisting residents with daily skills
We are calling for a pool of event support volunteers who are able to donate a few hours or days in a month or every so often to support the community. We aren’t asking for a minimum commitment, just people who are willing to help out when they can. Most of the work is during working hours, however some might be over the weekends. We will simply send you an email or give you a call when we need a hand, and if you are free to help you’ll just need to say yes!
We are seeking an admin support volunteer who will help our fundraising and marketing team. You will actively assist our team with a range of basic administration functions such as scanning, photocopying, data entry, record keeping, sending out emails to various contacts, talking to donors on phone, filing, mail-outs, assisting with preparation and printing of training and events materials and handbooks.
Become an integral member of a dedicated and respected crisis support team. You can be someone who provides immediate assistance to people over the phone who are lonely, desperate and in crisis.
General gardening duties (under supervision) - potting plants, picking fruit, mowing and whipper snipping (suitable safety training)
Relay For Life is a community fundraising challenge raising vital funds for cancer patients. Each Relay event is organised by passionate, local volunteers, and is an experience that will stay with you forever. The event brings communities together to celebrate Survivors and recognise the unsung heroes - their Carers.
Play your part in creating a thriving local community by joining our dedicated and friendly Thrift Shop team to help raise funds for the most vulnerable in your community. Salvation Army Thrift Shops are a great place to make new friends and share experience in selling, merchandising and quality control. Come on board! Just a few hours a week will make all the difference!
Great opportunity to help people, who may be undergoing stress because of their lack of knowledge of the court system.
Sinnamon Village Aged Care Community is looking for people interested in spending time with our senior residents. Just a bit of quality time shared can mean so much – from helping out in social groups, art, craft, board games, gardening, or music through to lending a listening ear and reminiscing about the past, discussing current events and making new memories that you can share together!
Wheller Gardens Aged Care Community is looking for people interested in spending time with our senior residents. Just a bit of quality time shared can mean so much – from helping out in social groups, art, craft, board games, gardening, or music through to lending a listening ear and reminiscing about the past, discussing current events and making new memories that you can share together!
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