Receptionist for environmental organisation. Good people skills for Meet and Greet and good phone manner required.
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The Awakening Festival has a policy of Zero waste and we will strive very heavily to achieve this, but unfortunately not everyone is as passionate about that as us, so we will need people to help us keep the grounds tidy and well kept, and assist others to know what should be put where, ie recycle, compostable, trash etc. The people will also be in charge of making sure that people don't run out of some of life's essentials like toilet paper.
Administration and general day to day office duties within the organisation.
The Awakening Festival is a three-day Sustainability, Music, Art, Culture, Dance and Spirituality Festival providing a venue where education and sharing of ideas are encouraged in a safe environment. By working in the Admin Centre, you will be assisting people get the most out of the festival by selling tickets, issuing wrist bands, answering questions about the programme, directing them to zones, helping them find first aid, etc.
Conservation Volunteers Australia welcomes everyone who shares our love of the outdoors and our commitment to conserving the environment. If you would like to be one of the team, express your interest . You will be notified of projects and contacted on a needs be basis, you will then have the opportunity to attend.
As we are yet to commence planting our Edible Landscape gardens, we are looking for people who love to spend time gardening and taking pride in their work. We are looking for passionate and experienced edible gardeners who can help us get started, as well as share their knowledge with other keen volunteers and visitors through demonstration workshops at our monthly working bee gatherings.
Laceys Creek is located on the North East of Brisbane in D'Aguilar National Park and is made up of Eucalyptus woodlands and sub-tropical rainforest. This entire region provides critical habitat to a variety of threatened species which includes koalas, platypus, quolls and black-breasted button quails.
Lamington National Park is a unique World Heritage area that contains significant stands of intact rainforest and magnificent Gum Tree dominated flats. Join CVA as we remove weeds growing along Christmas Creek and plant native species to re-generate degraded parts of this beautiful region.
Volunteer tasks include picking up marine debris, sorting debris into categories, weighing rubbish and recording data.
Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary Horticultural Department manages all botanical displays throughout The Sanctuary as well as four established Eucalypt plantations to grow food to feed our collection of koalas and other herbivorous mammals each day. Volunteers are required to assist with the process of improving and maintaining our botanical displays at The Sanctuary.
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