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8 Drug & Alcohol Services volunteer opportunities in Queensland QLD found

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Events Coordinator

  • Location: Ashmore QLD
  • Category: Drug & Alcohol Services

A Gold Coast not-for-profit organisation requires a volunteer Events Coordinator who can organise, facilitate and oversee upcoming AAIC events. Applicants must have previous experience coordinating special events and also possess high level computer skills. Marketing and promotion will also be a part of this role. You will be accountable for planning and working collaboratively with all members of each Event Team to ensure a successful delivery and Events setts object ices.

Volunteer Driver

  • Location: Burleigh Heads QLD
  • Category: Drug & Alcohol Services

Mirikai Residential Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation program needs volunteer drivers to support our clients in accessing appointments in the community. In this role you will need to Provide transport to people (clients) recovering from Drug & Alcohol abuse. Pick up and drop off for appointments and services in the community. Working autonomously whilst transporting the clients. Supervising clients whilst you are driving them.

Volunteer Driver

  • Location: Chambers Flat QLD
  • Category: Drug & Alcohol Services

Logan House Residential Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation program needs volunteer drivers to support our clients in accessing appointments in the community. In this role you will need to Provide transport to people (clients) recovering from Drug & Alcohol abuse. Pick up and drop off for appointments and services in the community. Working autonomously whilst transporting the clients. Supervising clients whilst you are driving them.

Grants Writer

  • Location: Ashmore QLD
  • Category: Drug & Alcohol Services

A Grant Writer is required to play a critical role in this organisation's advancement by identifying and writing grants for sources of potential funding. You will be working independently or as a team member. Times of work to be negotiated with the coordinator. An understanding of the organisation and their work in the community would be beneficial to your role. Ideally you will be a self starter with experience as no training is provided for this role.

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