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286 Administration & Office Management volunteer opportunities in Victoria VIC found

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Seeing Eye Dogs Administration Volunteer

  • Location: Kensington VIC
  • Category: Other

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.

Retail & Office Administration Trainee (Volunteer role, Centrelink, WFTD approved).

  • Location: Bentleigh VIC
  • Category: Community Services

Training position in retail, customer service, office administration, cash handling, banking, EFTPOS, sales, accounts pay/rec, marketing, merchandising, stock control, Team Leader/Manager role, HR, etc. No experience required - we train you, fix your resume, teach you interview skills, will be your local referee and give you access to our jobs board. We have helped 439 people to get jobs in the last 5 years! We advertise regularly as our trainees get jobs monthly!

Admin All-Rounder (Volunteer/Virtual/Open to QLD Residents)

  • Location: Anywhere
  • Category: Animal Welfare

Furry Friends Animal Rescue Organisation QLD (FFARQ) is a not-for-profit organisation that promotes animal welfare by providing temporary foster homes for homeless pets, adopting them to qualified homes and reducing overpopulation through the desexing of all animals. Furry Friends operates remotely, with animals being carefully placed with volunteer Foster Carers until they are adopted rather than operating a traditional shelter model.

Policy and Advocacy Research Assistant Volunteer

  • Location: Melbourne VIC
  • Category: Other

Stroke is one of Australia’s biggest killers and a leading cause of disability amongst adults. There are approximately 56,000 new and recurrent strokes each year in Australia with one occurring every 9 minutes. Stroke affects people of all ages but predominantly occurs in the elderly. There are almost 475,000 people living after stroke in Australia. Despite public misperception, there are proven treatments for stroke prevention and recovery.

Community Fundraising and Events Volunteer

  • Location: Melbourne VIC
  • Category: Other

Stroke is one of Australia’s biggest killers and a leading cause of disability amongst adults. There are approximately 56,000 new and recurrent strokes each year in Australia with one occurring every 9 minutes. Stroke affects people of all ages but predominantly occurs in the elderly. There are almost 475,000 people living after stroke in Australia. Despite public misperception, there are proven treatments for stroke prevention and recovery.