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!
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Wooden toy building - general wood work and under coating, and detailed painting.
TERM 3 Are you a fun fit person who would love to make a real difference in the lives of people with a disability? Are you energetic and passionate about working with kids and teens? Do you enjoy getting out into the community, meeting new people and socialising? Looking for a volunteering role where you’ll meet new people and develop new skills? If this sounds like you, apply now for this rewarding opportunity with our fantastic Physiotherapy Team at Tuggerah.
Do you enjoy working with people, being in the open air and messing about on the water in boats? Then this could be the opportunity for you. We require a number of people to come and help our program participants get out and enjoy their time on the water.
The Human Resources (HR) Officer will act as the first point of contact for general operational human resources inquiries and issues for LGBTIQ - Support & Protection Services Inc. The position will facilitate the design and evaluation of position descriptions, recruitment management, oversight of performance management, and development and review of HR policies and procedures.
Did you have fun playing with Lego? Come and be a Brick Club volunteer and experience it all again!
DADAA is a not-for-profit community arts and cultural development (CACD) organisation, focusing on creating significant positive social change and opportunities for people with a disability or a mental illness. We are recruiting for Volunteer Support Workers for our workshops.
This role of Peer Support Volunteer with PS My Family Matters requires volunteers to draw on their lived experience of caring for a person with mental health challenges and assist the well being of families and carers of people with a mental illness within the Macedon Ranges region by offering peer support and practical assistance.
The helpline was established in 2010, and is the only such service in Australia helping people living with pain. Guides have a personal connection to chronic pain and are able to support callers with chronic pain.
We are looking for volunteers to hang out and provide some social and practical support on Saturdays with a group of mates. Hours are between 9:30 - 4 and we can be flexible. You'll be joining in social activities with adults who have an intellectual disability. We welcome all potential volunteers!
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