The St Vincent de Paul Society aspires to be recognised as a caring Catholic charity offering 'a hand up' to people in need. We do this by respecting their dignity, sharing our hope, and encouraging them to take control of their own destiny.
Blue Door is a drop-in centre within Ainslie Village that provides support such as free nutritious breakfasts and lunch, haircuts, hygiene supplies, clothing and furniture vouchers, as well as life skills, information, advice, advocacy and referrals. Blue Door is open to anyone in need and has over 200 ‘drop ins’ each month.
In your role as Delivery Volunteer, you will be asked to/your tasks will include:
• Pick up empty container and vehicle from Rheinberger Centre • Pick up meals from supplier and deliver to Blue Door • Return vehicle to Rheinberger Centre and store empty container to storage at Rheinberger • Compliance with organisational policies and procedures, training requirements, legislation, health and safety, diversity and a commitment to quality systems and continuous improvement
The St Vincent de Paul Society is an international, lay Catholic organisation dedicated to tackling poverty and disadvantage by providing assistance to anyone in need. We are committed to recruiting dedicated, professional volunteers who have the skills and experience appropriate for this role.
For this reason, should you be interested in this role, we will need to collect the following information prior to you commencing in the role:
- Photo ID such as Driver Licence
- Vinnies Volunteer Application Form
- Vinnies Volunteer Assignment Agreement
- WWVP Card
We need to have reasonable confidence that members, volunteers and employees, particularly those who have access to vulnerable persons we are assisting, are of suitable character and do not expose these persons to unacceptable risk. Therefore, volunteers may be required to have a WWVP Card. If you don't have one, we will help you apply for it. Please note that we handle all personal information in accordance with the Privacy Act 1998.