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  • Recovery Volunteer

    WA Wildlife - CVRC

    WA Wildlife's Recovery Ward program is for anyone interested in rehabilitating wildlife (there are no pre-requisites). Recovery Ward volunteers need to attend a minimum of one shift per week (8.30am - 2.30pm or 2.30pm - 8.30pm). Volunteers will work in our wildlife hospital under the guidance of one of our veterinarians and/or an experienced volunteer.

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  • Wildcare Helpline Telephone Operator - supported by Cockburn Volunteer Resource Centre

    WA Wildlife - CVRC

    Are you passionate about native wildlife and enjoy interacting with people? Are you interested in learning about native wildlife from WA? The Wildcare Helpline is a telephone referral service operated by volunteers on behalf of the Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions and is based at WA Wildlife in Bibra Lake. We are seeking Wildcare Helpline Operators keen to learn and provide advice about wildlife and connect callers with appropriate organisations for further assistance.

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  • Veterinarian Volunteer

    WA Wildlife (Supported by Volunteer Melville!)

    Are you a licensed veterinarian in Western Australia with a passion for wildlife medicine? Join our team as a volunteer wildlife veterinarian and help us to provide the highest standard of care for sick, injured, and orphaned wildlife at the WA Wildlife Hospital.

  • Wildcare Helpline Volunteer

    WA Wildlife (Supported by Volunteer Melville!)

    The Wildcare Helpline is owned by the Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions and managed by WA Wildlife. Are you passionate about wildlife conservation and want to make a difference in your local community but not necessarily work directly with wildlife? Join our team as a call centre volunteer and help us to provide advice and support to members of the public who have found sick or injured wildlife.

  • Recovery Volunteer

    WA Wildlife (Supported by Volunteer Melville!)

    Are you an animal lover who prefers to work indoors? Then WA Wildlife's Recovery Ward program is perfect for you! Our program is designed for anyone who wants to make a difference in the lives of wildlife in need. No prior experience is necessary - just a passion for wildlife conservation.

  • Rehabilitation Volunteer

    WA Wildlife (Supported by Volunteer Melville!)

    Looking for a fun and rewarding way to spend your time both indoors and outdoors? Come join WA Wildlife's Rehabilitation program! Our program is perfect for anyone who loves wildlife and wants to make a difference in their lives. No prior experience is necessary - just a passion for conservation and animal welfare.

  • Registered Veterinary Nurse Volunteer

    WA Wildlife (Supported by Volunteer Melville!)

    Are you a passionate registered veterinary nurse looking for an exciting new challenge? Do you have a love for wildlife and a desire to make a positive impact on wildlife conservation? Join our team as a volunteer veterinary nurse and gain valuable experience in wildlife medicine while working alongside an experienced team of veterinarians and veterinary nurses.

  • Native Animal Rehabilitation Volunteer

    WA Wildlife - CVRC

    WA Wildlife's Rehabilitation Ward program is for anyone interested in rehabilitating wildlife (there are no pre-requisites). Rehabilitation volunteers need to attend a minimum of one shift per week (8.30am - 2.30pm or 2.30pm - 8.30pm). Volunteers will work under the guidance of the Rehabilitation Coordinator and/or an experienced volunteer.

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  • Neighbourhood Watch Active Members

    Cockburn Neighbourhood Watch - CVRC

    Do you value friendships and community interaction? Active members wanted for Neighbourhood Watch to assist in spreading awareness of crime prevention initiatives. Neighbourhood Watch is all about creating a safe and secure community – getting to know your neighbours, noticing any unusual or strange behaviours in and around your area, and reporting information to Police.

  • Driver required, Can you help reversing a caravan?

    Friends of the Community Inc - supported by Cockburn Volunteer Resource Centre

    Volunteers required to assist with transporting the Friends of the Community Food and Coffee vans to venues and events then returning to them to their headquarters in Spearwood. All funds raised are all returned to the community through Aged, Disabled and Disadvantaged.

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