This organisation designs unique, innovative and transformational programs to empower young Aboriginal parents and children aged 0 to 5 to break the life cycle of suffering caused by loss of country, community, culture and family.
The volunteer will provide support to the office for a variety of tasks supporting the programs we run, including digital filing, record keeping, updating documents and databases; all-round administration help.
Some of the work can be done from home and some will require you to come into the office. You will need to be reliable and able to deliver on any commitments you make and we are looking for someone who can commit for at least 3 months.
- Previous managerial or related work experience in a not for profit or charitable organisation preferred
- Strong communication skills
- Proficiency in the Microsoft suite or similar
- Attention to detail and clear understanding of the sector with commitment to the organisation
- Ability to handle confidential information and to deal with diverse sector of people
- Strong interpersonal skills
- You will work with people who are passionate about changing the lives of Aboriginal children and their families.
- The organisation is made up of Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal professionals working side by side for fundamental improvements in the life of Aboriginal families, their infants and children. Working with us provides the opportunity to meet people and experts in the field of psychiatry, psychology, social work, etc. workingto support Aboriginal and Torres strait Islander parents, children and communities.