Food Preparation & Food Service: Assisting in the preparation/catering for the Opening Gala Party & the Closing Gala Party. Other duties include serving, cleaning up & washing-up.
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Assisting the caterer in the preparation/catering for the Opening Gala Party & the Closing Gala Party.
Assisting the bar staff in serving drinks, cleaning up, washing up and other general bar duties at the Byron Bay Community Centre. RSA required.
Ref: 605 Volunteer position for a not-for-profit organisation Bake morning tea for 40 people, cakes, slices, biscuits, make sandwiches and clean kitchen.
Ref: 707 Volunteer position (unpaid) for a not-for-profit organisation A tuckshop and catering assistant is required to prepare school lunches and cater for school functions.
Pinarc is looking for volunteers to assist staff and participants in our groups programs. These programs include, sports, arts, cooking, music, wood working, sightseeing, gardening, independent living skills, various social groups, camps and more! Free training and working checks provided for successful applicants. Students seeking experience are encouraged to apply!
Do you have a knowledge of nutrition and healthy eating? Help us improve the lives of people affected by stroke in the community. We are looking for a cooking instructor to run cooking sessions at our Hub. Sessions will most likely be run once a fortnight on a Monday afternoon.
Do you have 4 hours a week spare - would you like to make those hours count? Samarinda is welcoming volunteers across many of our programs
Our Delahey site near St Albans is seeking a volunteer to facilitate a group cooking activity with its residents.
Ref: #536 PREPARATION OF SALADS, MOUSSE, PIKELETS, MUFFINS, TAKE & PROCESS ORDERS, SERVING & MONEY HANDLING, GENERAL KITCHEN DUTIES.
Preparation of meals for delivery, serve, pack eskies, maintain stock
Wallara Australia is a highly innovative non-profit organisation based in South East Melbourne. We promote social inclusion through creative initiatives that deepen relationships and create real impact in society for Australia's largest minority group – people with disability. We are currently seeking a volunteer to support clients during our Life Skills Program with learning literacy/number skills.
This volunteer role provides you with an opportunity to share your customer service, reception and hospitality skills at quaint cafe located in Laidley. Duties include: Food preparation (no major produces, mainly plate food), coffee making, cleaning dishes, providing information about museum and local area, answering telephone.
The Autumn Centre runs a members Café “Havachat Café” with budget priced food and drinks for members including espresso coffee. We are seeking an enthusiastic volunteer to prepare and serve light snacks and make beverages such as flat whites, cappuccino and hot chocolate. You must also have a bright, friendly disposition to fit in with the “Have a chat” brand of the Café.
Support people experiencing homelessness by creating home cooked meals. All food and containers are provided from either the Northmead or Hornsby region.
Jamie's Ministry of Food Mobile Kitchen will be heading to Newport in July 2018! We are looking for enthusiastic volunteers to join us on board to assist with our cooking classes. The commitment is 2 hours per week for our classes that will run for 10 weeks with two consecutive 5 week cooking courses. And of course all our vollies are well fed! Duration of project : 5 weeks from 16th July - 18th August 2018
We are seeking volunteers to provide support in the area of food preparation for meals, manage incoming food donations and general food supplies.
Wallara Australia is a highly innovative non-profit organisation based in South East Melbourne. We promote social inclusion through creative initiatives that deepen relationships and create real impact in society for Australia's largest minority group – people with disability. We are currently seeking a volunteer to get our Music Program up and running who can preferably play the guitar or an organ and who can sing.
A cook is required on Thursdays only and responsibilities include planning and cooking the weekly meal. A current Food Handlers certificate is essential and previous experience is desirable. Support is provided each week by kitchen staff volunteers and program managers. Program activities start at 10am with lunch being served at 12.00pm. Food preparation starts any time after 9am according to the cooks requirements. Uniting
Street Mission is seeking volunteer supervisors to assist by overseeing our kitchen on a monthly basis at our Community Cafe in Dee Why on Wednesday nights (5:30 PM - 8PM).
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