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About this Opportunity:

Become a volunteer with the Department for Child Protection. As a volunteer you will be supporting and assisting children. Tasks may include but not limited to:

  • Transporting children or Young People
  • Individual or group support- assisting in activities such as craft, music or outdoor events
  • Skill development such as sharing a particular skill, how to shop for food or clothing
  • Working with young people to obtain their probationary license

We are always interested in hearing ideas for new ways our volunteers can assist. Volunteering is a two-way process.

The many benefits to volunteering include:

A sense of giving back to the Community Personal satisfaction and improved well-being Social contact with other Volunteers Adding value to your skills and experience to include on your resume/CV ** Enhancing you employment opportunities with community involvement

As a Volunteer you will be provided with:

Orientation, Training and ongoing support Reimbursement for Mileage to and from DCP office (Government vehicles are used for Volunteer tasks and as a Volunteer you are covered by the Governments Volunteer's Insurance cover).

As a volunteer we ask you to be reliable and flexible. To be available for a reasonable amount of time this may be weekly or fortnightly, weekdays & or weekends. We appreciate any time you are able to give and will work around your availability.

Quote from a volunteer " I saw a need to reach out to children in our community. I wanted to make a difference".

Working With Children Checks are required and you Volunteer Coordinator will assist you with this. The WWCC will be no cost to you. South Australian Drivers License is required