SwitchEcho is a new Perth-based charity with a purpose and a plan to reduce the rising cost of living for all Australians. We're currently looking for a social media manager/strategist to join our growing team.
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SwitchEcho is a new Perth-based charity working with a purpose and a plan to reduce the extreme financial pressures facing Australian's today. We're seeking volunteers with web design skills to help develop and manage our online store.
We are looking for a volunteer who has experience with building, maintaining and updating websites. Perhaps you are a uni student/self taught guru or run your own business and have some hours to spare for a Not-for-Profit organisation to create their website. WE ARE LOOKING FOR YOU! Times and hours to suit, either remotely or within our office.
Morley Community Care needs the services of a Web Designer and Graphic Artist to design and build a web site for our new brand identity 'Vulnerable'.
Friendly Visitor to teach residents how to use the iPad. Volunteers need patience and perseverance to build a rapport with residents, and staff are always ready to help with information and support. The personal reward it can bring a volunteer to see the wellbeing of a resident improve is immeasurable.
You could make all the difference to our small not for profit that supports vulnerable people to escape family violence. Our existing web site is very old and drab and needs a spark of life. Your web design skills could be the difference that helps people get back on their feet and helps us to advocate for what they need.
Colosoul Group Inc. is an arts and media non-for-profit organisation that focuses on supporting and guiding youths. We are currently on the look out for youth volunteers to become part of the Colosoul Team! This is an exciting opportunity for young people to gain experience, connect with mentors and kickstart their career.
WA French Festival Inc. is a cultural charity run by a team of volunteers who is organising every year Act-Belong-Commit Bonjour Perth Festival. After the success of the last three years, the Act-Belong-Commit Bonjour Perth Festival is pleased to be back for the fourth year in a row, on 10-11 November, at Market Square Park, Subiaco.
We need people to help older people with technology. You don’t need to be an IT expert! You just need to have some general knowledge about how to use mobile phones, tablets and laptops, lots of patience and great communication skills.
Do you have good computer skills coupled with a sound sound knowledge of desktops, laptops, tablets and mobile devices? We are looking for an outgoing and enthusiastic tech help volunteer to work one-on-one or with small groups of people at the Nedlands Library. Interested, send an expression of interest today.
We are on the lookout for people who are interested in volunteering at our specialised Library. This is a great opportunity for tech-minded people and also library backgrounds.
We are seeking enthusiastic and passionate individuals who would like to be added to our volunteers database on a long term basis and be willing to be called upon to help when necessary.
The Volunteer will have good computer knowledge and skills, and be able to create web content from provided source material.
Have you thought of sharing your skills? The Yangebup Family Centre is looking for Skill Sharers who can deliver 1 hour learning workshops to our clients at the Family Centre, e.g. dress making, poetry writing, cake decorating etc.
CTV Perth is looking for a trainer in television production techniques to join its dynamic team that produces programmes with and for the community.
Volunteer required to do general clerical and administration duties.
Do you have office skills, and the time to put them to good use in our supportive and friendly organisation?
We are seeking enthusiastic and passionate individuals who would like to be added to our Volunteer Database on a long term basis and be willing to be called upon to help out when necessary.
Whitford Library has a growing Coding Club called CoderDojo running on Mondays 4pm–5pm. If you have any computer programming and/or systems support experience, we are looking for mentors to encourage and guide children 7–17yrs through their personal coding projects which could be as basic as scratch or advanced as html or python. No formal training is provided. The focus is on fun and helping each other learn. In the near future, it is hoped to introduce basic robotic into the future.
CoderDojo is a club (dojo) for young people aged 7-17 (ninjas) who have an interest in computer coding. The Dojo is not a classroom, but a fun and social session where ninjas gain knowledge through self-directed learning and exploring ideas with their peers. Coderdojo aims to provide IT skills to young people, that are becoming increasingly essential in the job market. Champions should possess the skills required to bring together technical Mentors, Ninjas and possibly other Champions
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