We seek applications from suitably qualified and experienced persons to fill up to two co-opted Board positions for a period of up to three years (with the possibility of renewal of term). The key responsibilities of the Board are to set strategic directions, monitor performance and ensure that the organisation meets agreed priorities and obligations.
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An exciting opportunity exists for a professional and self-motivated Senior Finance Manager to support the day-to-day financial, legal and IT operations of ABV including preparing key financial reports and pricing of new business proposals. The successful candidate can be located in either Canberra or Sydney. This position reports to the CEO. This is a unique opportunity to work with an exceptional team that has a taste for innovation and a driving vision.
Would you like to become a part of something over Easter, 2019? Do you like listening to music including blues, roots, folk, acoustic, Celtic and indie? Volunteer at the National Folk Festival in Canberra and get a free season + camping ticket to 4 days of great performers, delicious food and a fantastic, friendly vibe. With over 45 different roles to choose from, there's a place for everyone. To apply, find more information, or see a break down of each team, visit the Festival website.
In the ACT alone, there are over 5,000 people living with dementia. The Memory Walk & Jog series is our largest fundraising event to enable us to provide services and support for people living with dementia across Australia. We are seeking volunteers to help with ensuring our Canberra Memory Walk and Jog can be run safely and successfully. Volunteer positions can include course marshals, directional marshals, registration & information stall volunteers.
The RSPCA ACT are seeking suitably experienced persons to perform regular dog walking roles at our Weston shelter.
Are you looking for an opportunity to volunteer your teaching skills to some primary aged children with special needs? We are looking for someone who is willing to volunteer their time to help with tutoring primary school aged children that require addition support with English and Maths. If you think that this might sound like something you would be interested in, please contact us!
Do you love music and entertainment and are you an experienced public speaker? Apply to be an MC for the 2019 National Multicultural Festival!
Are you passionate about music and entertainment? Do you want to be part of Canberra's biggest tourist event of the year? Join our team as a Stage Assistant!
Are you passionate about music and entertainment? Apply to be a Stage Manager for the 2019 National Multicultural Festival!
Are you passionate about photography? Do you have an eye for detail and can produce beautiful images? Apply to be a Volunteer Photographer for the 2019 National Multicultural Festival!
Are you interested in supporting individuals as they connect with their community through volunteering? The Inclusive Volunteering Program assists people living with a disability, or mental health condition, and refugees or migrants by finding positive, enriching and sustainable volunteering postions in the Canberra Region
The Vinnies February Doorknock Appeal has been running for over 31 years in Canberra, raising vital funds for a spectrum of Vinnies services that provide immediate and long-term assistance to people with urgent and ongoing needs. This includes emergency food, clothing, accommodation, mental health services, support for families, special services for young people and life skills education. Last February over 1,400 volunteers doorknocked and covered 54% of Canberra households, raising over $28100
The Outreach & Engagement Coordinator (ACT) is responsible for hosting free and low-cost engagement events for the wider public. This can include documentary screenings, panel discussions and commemorations of key dates (International Women’s Day, International Day of the Girl).
The MS 24 Hour Mega Swim is a fun team relay event where teams have a swimmer in the water for the entire 24 hours and compete for laps swum and money raised, in support for people living with multiple sclerosis. We are looking for volunteers to assist with roles at the Canberra event on Saturday 4th and Sunday 5th of May
Volunteers mean the world to us! Without the amazing team of volunteers, our events just wouldn’t be as successful as they are. You can join the club and be recognised for your time, skills and effort by volunteering at the MS Walk +Fun Run on Sunday March 31st starting at Rond Terrace! With a variety of roles to choose from, there is something for everyone! Register today!
RECRUITING NOW FOR JANUARY 2019! The Life in Community (LinC) Workshops provide an informal creative space for participants with mild to moderate mental health issues and the wider community to create and learn together. We are looking for skilled volunteers to facilitate an inclusive smartphone photography workshop for participants and the wider community. No formal photography qualifications are required, however a good understanding of smartphone photography is desirable
RECRUITING NOW FOR JANUARY 2019! The Life in Community (LinC) Workshops provide an informal creative space for participants with mild to moderate mental health issues and the wider community to create and learn together. We are looking for volunteer musicians to facilitate an inclusive music workshop for participants and the wider community. No formal music qualifications are required, however a good understanding of, and ability to play music is desired
This is a specialised field activity, assisting on various sites around the Canberra region. It is preferred that all interested volunteers attend 3 of our Nursery sessions on Wednesday mornings, prior to joining this group. This will give you time to better understand what we do here at Greening Australia and we are also able to ensure that you are comfortable with and are aware of our processes and procedures, for both nursery and field work.
Native plants underpin everything we do. By helping at our community nursery in Aranda, you will be playing a direct role in our on-ground work by supporting the production of trees, shrubs, wildflowers and grasses for our projects across the region. You will be assisting with tasks such as weeding, propagating, and thinning our native seedlings. No experience is needed to attend and we welcome volunteers of all ages. For anyone under age 18, a guardian/carer is required to come along as well.
Are you people person? We need bright, bubbly individuals to welcome the public to our organisation. If you have an aptitude for reception services apply today!
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