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Dress for Success Sydney - Illawarra branch is expanding! We've recently moved into our new home in the main street of Port Kembla and we are working on the expansion of both our reach and our services. Consequently we are looking to expand our management committee and our corps of committed volunteers. If you're keen to empower your fellow woman AND you have time on your hands (especially weekdays), we'd love to hear from you . Read on for more information!
Bankfoot House is a heritage-listed homestead at Glass House Mountains, Sunshine Coast. It was built in 1878 and added to the Queensland Heritage Register in 2008. The Visitor Experience Volunteer's role is to provide high quality customer service and experience to Bankfoot House visitors. Engaging with visitors to the precinct you will work alongside a team of employees and volunteers to provide and engaging visitor experience. You will help deliver the guided tours and educational programs.
General Property Care and Maintenance volunteer required, to assist in safely maintaining the grounds of the oldest surviving residential farmhouse in the Brisbane area.
Do you like to get close with a steam locomotive? Do you mind generating a bit of elbow grease and take pride in your efforts?
The iconic Puffing Billy Railway is in need of some assistance with the maintenance and building of our heritage Railway signals and telephone lines.
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.
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.
Re: 426 To assist with the setup of the new workshop facilities and ongoing management thereof.
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.
Do you have supervisory and mechanical skills? Join a friendly large team of volunteer at this working museum that preserves an invaluable collection of historic buses.
Handy-Person Ref: #426 Volunteer Position (Unpaid), for a not-for-profit organisation Handy-Person required for local community museum. Building maintenance, exhibit restoration, mechanical work, concreting and building construction (sheds).
Warehouse staff required for a large warehouse that supports and distributes second hand merchandise across the metropolitan area to 16 Op shop sites. There are roles in sorting and putting together orders for the other shops.
The RAAFA Aviation Museum in Bull Creek are seeking a volunteer to assist with painting vehicles.
We are seeking a volunteer to help with various maintenance and repair works. Work may include cleaning, painting, gardening, basic carpentry, tiling and other general maitenance duties. Ideal person would have good handyman skills and know how to work with metal, wood, steel stud construction and laying tile.
The WA Maritime Museum are seeking volunteers to tell the story of modern marine engineering.
Do you love trains, history and people? Are you well organised with fantastic communication skills? At our workshop we repair and maintain our fleet of locomotives, carriages, buildings and infrastructure. We are on the lookout for a new Workshop Manager for our Mussel Pool workshop to make sure everything runs smoothly.
Maintenance duties and caring approach to our numerous valuable artefacts. The role includes vacuuming. (Also toilet cleaning when tour groups coming through - as required). Between 10am and 3pm - Wednesday, Saturday or Sunday. Phone interview required. *This opportunity comes to you via Volunteering Central Coast. Please ring 4329 7122 to make a booking for a telephone or face-to-face interview so we can refer you for this role or visit Volunteering Central Coast Website & submit your interes
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