As a gardening volunteer you will be assisting in keeping the grounds of Clarendon House in great order - mowing lawns, tending shrubs and tidying up leaves, etc. Duties as a handyman may include - window washing, general repair work, e.g. tighten handles, touch-up painting plus other duties as required. Days to be negotiated.
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As a gardener/handyman volunteer you will be assisting in keeping the grounds of Franklin House in great order - mowing lawns, tending shrubs and tidying up leaves, etc. Duties as a handyman may include - window washing, general repair work, e.g. tighten handles, touch-up painting plus other duties as required. Days to be negotiated.
Do you love gardening and landscaping? Have some time on your hands and would like to get your hands dirty? A reliable and enthusiastic volunteer with a keen interest in gardening and landscaping or willingness to learn is needed now. The Community Garden volunteer is responsible for performing gardening duties at off-site community garden spaces. Workplace Health & Safety guidelines are to be followed and personal protective equipment will be provided.
Are you an avid gardener and have a few hours to spare each week? Do you like a challenge? If yes - we would like to hear from you! Working alone, in a group or with other staff members you will be assisting in landscaping the Big Ears property, which may include: planting, lawn mowing, weeding, pruning, trimming and rubbish removal. You will be required to work within Workplace Health and Safety Guidelines and be happy to work alone or as part of a team. Policed Check required.
Are you looking for a Volunteer role to give you a sense of fulfillment and job satisfaction? Do you enjoy mechanics or repairing small engines? This role requires you to be a self-starter, a good organiser and offers a variety of general mechanics which may include: lawnmower maintenance/repair, power tools plus other mechanical jobs as required.
Clear up organisation to leave the hall ready for the next users.
General cleaning duties. Keeping museum gallery clean and tidy. Also involves cleaning trams on display.
Volunteers to work in the museum workshop and is suitable for those with a trades background.
An individual is required with a sound mechanical and a DC electrical knowledge, preferably with a trade background, to maintain in operation a restored 1930 Launceston tram. An understanding of air brakes would be desirable.
Each Saturday from 12:30pm-1:30pm 6 dedicated volunteers help to pack down all the public seating, marquees and infrastructure that is used in the public spaces at the market. These areas are what sets our beautiful market apart from other markets, and gives us our true community feel. This role requires a moderate amount of manual handling including bending, lifting and moving marquee weights (up to 15kg)
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