A fantastic way to see out of the way beaten track areas around Townsville. Creekwatch aims to involve the local community with their local environment. Creekwatch activities include macro-invertebrate, fish and fauna surveys and water quality testing. Come along and key out the bugs and fish and join the team to help in the great outdoors. Recruitment for this position is ongoing and recruitment days are often organised for Tuesday afternoons pending numbers and availability.
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Volunteer Engagement/ Tour Guides work with the public to provide our visitors with insite into our displays and offer assistance where required. Visitors always have a wonderful experience at the Museum of Tropical Queensland but with the help of our Volunteer Guides they have an unforgettable one.
Orange Sky Australia is seeking a passionate person to help manage our laundry service in the Townsville region. If you're super organised, smart with technology, great with people and have a genuine passion to help others, this could be the role for you! 18 years or over.
We are an unfunded Incorporated Association with a broad membership base and an active and committed Board of Management. We aim to represent the diversity of service providers in the homelessness sector and to use our combined voice to advocate for service users and their rights. Council of Homeless Persons Qld reports issues and areas of advocacy to the Council of Homeless Persons Australia and Homelessness Australia which are National peak bodies for Homelessness issues.
RESULTS is looking for a Group Coordinator to lead action on global justice issues You will manage a team of 4-6 volunteers to lead community activity, engage with decision makers, raise awareness on global poverty, and execute creative tactics to win media attention.
The Sunshine Coast Environment Council Inc. (SCEC), based in Nambour, is the peak environmental advocacy body for the Sunshine Coast region. SCEC is looking for a volunteer with town planning skills to assist our Liaison and Advocacy Officer with the assessment of development applications. Our volunteer will require town planning skills. Some experience with the Sunshine Coast Council planning scheme is preferred but not essential.
Researchers are required to review and comment on a range of discussion papers, policy documents and reports provided by government departments, business and industry organisations and NGOs. If you have ever heard the slogan "Think Globally, Act Locally" and thought "the world should definitely do more of that", HOPE is the right volunteer organisation for you.
Voluntary assistance is needed with preparing information articles, media releases, project announcements and event notices. If you have ever heard the slogan "Think Globally, Act Locally" and thought "the world should definitely do more of that", HOPE is the right volunteer organisation for you.
Publications Team members – required to write information articles for our newsletter; website summaries; and assist with the development of powerpoint presentations and information sheets. If you have ever heard the slogan "Think Globally, Act Locally" and thought "the world should definitely do more of that", HOPE is the right volunteer organisation for you.
An Environmental Education Program Assistant is required to assist in the development, delivery & research of coastal environmental education programs. 9.00am to 5.00pm Mon to Fridays. Days and times to be negotiated with the coordinator.
A DuneWatch officer is required to assist in the running and coordination of DuneWatch - a citizen science program with a focus on dune health. The position will include data collection,following a set methodology, coordination of volunteers that would like to participate in the program, data entry and promotion of the program.
We are seeking an enthusiastic person with great organisational skills to assist the CEO with the day to day tasks of the charity. Tasks/activities of the position include: • Assisting with preparation of reports and other documentation • Developing and maintaining spreadsheets/databases • Writing and updating procedures for administration and support team • Assisting with background research • Assisting the fundraising team to contact donors • Travel planning and reporting • Admin dutie
Volunteers, depending on the role they chose, could be doing the following: * assisting the Cook in the kitchen preparing meals * delivering meals or assisting delivering meals to our clients * joining our Committee * handyman jobs
A community radio station requires a volunteer for researching current local issues in their news department. Interest in journalism/ media and current newsworthy items in the local community. Skills: Basic computer and typing. Familiar with using internet. Experience in journalism/media an advantage but not essential. Commitment-6 months min.
Come and join the team at Shelly, Moffat and Dicky Beach for marine debris collection to prevent harmful materials such as rope, nets and plastics from being washed into the ocean and consumed by/entangling our marine life. All debris that is collected from these activities will be recorded and the data will be provided to the Tangaroa Blue Foundation for analysis, a national database on marine debris which helps to identify source polluters.
A not for profit organisation requires a Grant Writer. This would involve sourcing grants from multiple providers and requires experience in this field. Good computer skills. Good organizational skills with ability to follow up actions.
We are currently looking to increase Parents Without Partners’s program of support and to do this we are seeking the skills of an experienced Grant Writer, to work closely with the State President to maximise financial sustainability.
Girl Guides Queensland is looking for a Grant Writer who has knowledge or experience in writing funding applications for not for profit organisations. Guides Queensland is a leading youth organisation for girls and young women to learn leadership skills and develop into responsible community members. Grants are an essential funding avenue for Guides Queensland to be sustainable and continue their work in the community.
Join a fun, committed communications team at Healthy Options Australia and making a difference in your community all while making new friends and networks, getting creative, learning new skills and improving your CV!
Passionate about animal welfare? Want to join an organisation to raise awareness of cruelty-free living? Join 'Til The Cows Come Home!
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