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Share your skills and interests! John Macrae centre based activity group- Toorak

Uniting (Victoria And Tasmania)
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Are you passionate about supporting people to remain healthy, active and connected to their community? Uniting Social Support Program is seeking Volunteers who are interested in facilitating activities at the John Macrae centre based group, Toorak John Macrae offers participants the opportunity to engage in a range of social activities including art, craft and light exercise to name a few.

This role requires an outgoing, enthusiastic volunteer with effective communication skills and an ability to create positive interactions with the participants of the group. The successful applicant will demonstrate an ability to work collaboratively in a team environment to actively and safely engage participants in the activity. This role will provide you with an opportunity to apply and develop your group facilitation skills whilst making a valuable contribution to your community John Macrae are seeking volunteers to facilitate activities including: • Bus driving • Exercise and movement • Art therapy

Experience in group facilitation highly regarded.

As a valued member of the Social Support Team, you will have access to ongoing training and development, opportunities to meet new people and develop new skills. You will have support from a dedicated volunteer coordinator who will assist you throughout your volunteer journey.

You will be volunteering to inspire people, enliven communities and confront injustice to make an impact in your community.

Interested? For further information, please contact 13 93 75 and quote CA-JUL-98. Please note that activity groups will take place in line with Uniting and COVID-19 safe guidelines.

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Uniting is also committed to equal opportunity and ensuring the workplace is reflective of the community. We encourage people from different backgrounds to apply, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds and people with a disability.