Relief Assistant for customer service roles - greeting clients, consumers and carers and answering phones and general office/ admin tasks.
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We are an equine assisted therapies centre . We facilitate hippotherapy and therapeutic riding sessions both of which lead to amazing functional outcomes in children and adults with disabilities. It is an enjoyable, outdoor, equine, community based, environment. We would love to have you join us !
Undertake cleaning duties associated with the preparation of a Heritage Train used for the weekly restaurant service. Various cleaning tasks at the station precinct.
Drivers are required to collect the bus from Lane Ford at 8.00am and to go to various Mandurah schools to collect children to take them to Pinjarra then return them to school after their lessons, returning the bus to Lane Ford when completed. Drivers with a manual clean C Class licence, caring nature and cheerful disposition are needed to transport children from school in Mandurah to HorsePower venue in Pinjarra.
Join the MSWA World MS Day Street Appeal, Thursday, 30 May 2019 Come and help raise vital funds and awareness for the thousands of people living with MS and all other neurological conditions here in Western Australia.
Do you have contacts in the right places? If so, we want to hear from you!! We are looking for a committed and empathetic community member with media/PR experience to join our dynamic board of management.
This male customer would like some company on a Saturday or Sunday to take him bowling, to the movies or just to hang out for a couple of hours.
Looking for someone to assist a male customer with reading and writing letters. This customer lives in a shared accommodation with other customers, and likes to write letters to his mum. A couple of hours a week or fortnight.
Cahoots provides fun-filled, affordable recreation and respite camps for children with diverse needs and their families. Volunteers are sought for camps in school holidays, other holiday camps and for weekends during school term. Camp Programs are 2 & 5 day camps throughout the year, will also run programs that require a commitment of a few hours.
Fishability is a West Australian not for profit organisation who works with the community to promote fishing activities as a means of acceptance and inclusion with provision of inclusive and disability programs. We currently have jetty and boat activities throughout the Perth metro areas and regional centre programs in Mandurah, Busselton, Geraldton and Albany.
We are seeking Enjoyment Creators for DSWA's Aim High Club to spend time with 18 - 37yr olds with Down Syndrome in real life situations enjoying time with peers at variety of events in Perth metro area for 3-4hrs weekly. Volunteers will help to evolve the social interaction of members and help them reach their potential by demonstrating social cues to follow in a variety of public spaces
Help improve the condition and health of our reserves and learn new skills along the way.
Grooming and tacking of horses. Leading a horse with a rider in a lesson. Side walking a rider during a lesson. Assisting coach set up poles, barrels, cones.
Responsible for ensuring Cahoots programs are delivered at the highest quality and to work with their participants to engage them in fun and meaningful activities, supporting them to achieve their goals.
Do you enjoy art, craft or gardening? Could you act as a mentor to a friendly lady with intellectual disability? Then this could be the ideal voluntary role for you!
Moving can be a challenge for most of us – losing social networks being an added trial. This was Renata’s experience when she moved south of the river to Atwell, especially as she is not confident using public transport alone. Could you be her friend, smooth her transition and link her to her local community?
Our Vision Australia Perth office is seeking a empathetic, patient and creative volunteer, who has an interest and passion for sewing, to provide one on one support for our client who has low vision. This activity will initially take place at our West Leederville location, which is in close proximity to public transport.
The camp leader is an exciting opportunity for someone looking for an experience working with young people or adults living with a disability or social barrier. You will be responsible for 1-3 campers for the duration of weekend or 5 day camps, and take part in all the amazing activities together with your campers. You will have the chance to make some new friends and create wonderful memories, as well as improve your CV and learn and develop important skills.
Supporting vision impaired and blind golfers by providing golf caddying services
All secretarial tasks. Some experience required. Computer experience. High level training and support provided.
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