We are looking for a volunteer to work in our unique SEDA office. Skills required are general office and typing: a high level of computer skills using email and Miscrosoft office suite including word and excel. A high level of customer service with excellent attention to detail and the ability to interact and communicate with others. The ability to work in a team environment and independently when required, and happy to be around large dogs.
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If you love animals and are reliable and friendly, we would love you to join our Program! There are currently 3 residents who need assistance: in Clifton Hill (2 dogs - 1 elderly dog on very short walk); Carlton (3 rabbits); Collingwood (1 dog); Richmond (1 dog)Application Form must be submitted to- this can be accessed from NRCH Website(Get Involved section). Please specify area and pet you are applying to be matched up with.
Foster carers are integral to the rescue work we do. And right now, we need you! There can be no more rewarding an experience, than that of providing a cat/kitten a temporary home whilst a permanent, loving and forever home is found.
Volunteers needed to participate in a dog walking and animal program
Volunteers are needed to participate in LinkPETS dog walking and animal program The aim of the LinkPETS program is to support the pet and the person. Volunteers can assist with dog walking and basic grooming.
We are looking for some Seeing Eye Dogs carwashing volunteers to help keep our dog vans spick and span! The volunteer role would occur Fridays weekly from 12pm-3pm.
Pet Links will be a newly revamped community led program, that aims to help community members who are too frail to walk their dog, by linking them with a volunteer dog walker. The Pet Links - Volunteer Lead will be a passionate individual, who loves animals and would like to apply their project management/coordination skills to assisting in the redevelopment and being a Leader for the program.
Look after animals or contribute to the activities of an animal shelter.
This type of volunteer role works predominantly autonomously as part of the Foster Care Team to perform Property Inspections for prospective Seeing Eye Dogs Foster carers. All prospective Foster carers undergo Risk Assessments, Police check & WWCC before volunteers will conduct the Property Inspections.
Experience the joy of looking after one of our very special puppies and assist someone who is blind to live their life to the full. Being a Puppy Carer is possibly the most enjoyable way to volunteer. Not only do you get to experience the joy of looking after an adorable puppy for about 12 - 15 months – without any of the associated costs – you will also enjoy the satisfaction of knowing you are assisting someone who is blind to live the life they choose.
Driving volunteers assist with driving the training Seeing Eye Dogs from their carers home (can be in various suburbs surrounding Melbourne) to the Seeing Eye Dogs Training Centre in Kensington at 7am-8.30am and drop them back off at their carers home at 4.30-6pm, Monday to Friday. (*Prefer someone who is available Mon to Friday for the whole day or Morning/Night)
Bundoora Park aims to create opportunities for community members to participate, voluntarily, in activities that develop their skills, promote the importance of animal interaction, environmental sustainability and enhance the local community.
Our Intersection Collections is a fundraising initiative for Rabbit Run-Away Orphanage, Victoria's first no-kill pet rabbit rescue. Funds raised go directly towards the vet care of the pet rabbits, to prepare them for their new homes, We require collectors on one Saturday EACH MONTH IN SUBURBS ACROSS MELBOURNE.Details are on our website under the fundraising link or call 9751 1229.
Experience the joy of looking after one of our very special puppies and assist someone who is blind to live their life to the full. Being a Puppy Carer is possibly the most enjoyable way to volunteer.
We are looking for hardworking, passionate and confident animal handlers to assist us with the care and upkeep of our homeless animals at our shelter in Campbellfield, Victoria. We can offer a happy shelter environment with lots of learning opportunities for people wanting to learn more about animals care/welfare and a fun team-orientated environment where volunteers get lots of hands on experience. We need YOUR help to save the lives of homeless cats and dogs throughout Victoria- can you help?
Do you want to help us save the lives of thousands of homeless cats, kittens, puppies and dogs throughout Victoria? Well here is your chance! We are in need of new individuals and families to open up their homes temporarily to animals in need and help us save lives.
Would you like to help homeless animals in need by volunteering some of your time? Do you have a passion for giving back to the community? If this sounds like you, we have the perfect opportunity for you to be involved in our fundraising events team. We are currently looking for casual volunteers to help us out at our many fundraising events throughout 2017 ranging from roadside tin rattle collections, pet expos and larger fundraising events to help raise money for animals in need.
Are you able to help an aged/disabled person care for their pet? This position involves interacting with your client, where you may enjoy a cuppa and a chat, whilst regularly helping them walk their pets and provide assistance with the every day management of their pets.
A community-based not-for-profit organisation requires volunteers to assist in providing services aimed at keeping the frail aged and those with a disability in touch with the community and enhancing their quality of life. Roles include walking companion, gardening, pet exercising, transport etc
Seeking volunteers interested in looking after one of our very special puppies to assist a blind person to live their life to the full. Being a Puppy Carer means you get to experience the joy of looking after an adorable puppy for 12 to 15 months – without any of the associated costs – and enjoy the satisfaction of knowing you are assisting someone who is blind to live the life they choose.
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