We have a vacancy for a person to be trained in retail, customer service, office administration, cash handling, pricing, banking, EFTPOS, sales, accounts payable/receivable, marketing/fundraising, merchandising, stock control, Team Leader/Manager role, HR, in a busy shop/office. 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 429 people to get jobs in the last 5 years!
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Volunteers are required for a variety of youth programs being run by Fusion Sunshine Coast that include working on the street, work bus, youth event nights, school lunchtime programs and high energy outings.
We require a bus driver to drive our bus to shopping centre/skate park each week, where it sets up as a mobile drop-in centre and interacts with the youth hanging out there.
Learner drivers aged less than 21 years must achieve a minimum of 120 hours of driving practice. Following completion of professional lessons we match learner drivers with a volunteer mentor who supervises the practice hours. All of our volunteer mentors receive training to equip them to supervise a young persons 120 hours of practice. Suitable for 55 and over to meet their mutual obligations.
Volunteer Tutors teach English to new migrants and refugees who are unable to access on-site classes. Tutoring is across the Bankstown, Fairfield, Cabrammatta, Liverpool and Campbelltown council areas. Lesson times are flexible depending on your availability - can be during weekdays or weekends, during or out of work hours.
Would you love to help young people of Asian backgrounds develop their Maths skills?
Are you a positive and energetic person, committed to improving lives of young people and experienced in martial art/s? Would you love to facilitate a new youth group?
McNamara Lodge (RAAFA) are looking for an enthusiastic person to assist a small group of residents with upskilling their computer skills and IT knowledge. Residents have their own laptops and PC computers and are very keen to learn.
Volunteers work one-on-one with a primary school-aged child in a safe, supervised, after-school hours setting to engage interest, develop rapport and assist with the development of reading and general literacy skills. *** 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 and submit your interest**
Work with students to correspond online to offer assistance. Give advice, instruction and facilitate learning through Google Docs and correspondence by email. Assisting Year 11 and 12 Students with Senior subjects such as English, Geography, Tourism, Media Studies and other senior subjects. Proof reading and drafting of students work.
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