Opportunities for volunteers exist in our community grocery store. Activities include all the tasks required for the running of a small grocery store such as receiving goods, stock inventory, shelf stacking, warehousing, collection and delivery of goods, and cashiers. Some opportunity also exists for office work, reception, general maintenance and a barista.
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Chair, Special Events Chair, Events Co-Chair, Fundraising Chair and Co-Chair, Publicity/Promotions Chair, Admin and Finance Chair
Volunteer tasks include picking up marine debris, sorting debris into categories, weighing rubbish and recording data.
We are looking for a responsible Administrative Assistant to perform a variety of administrative and clerical tasks.
Do you have a passion for community? Come on board and join our dynamic team! You will run a Career Hub and will help our volunteers to identify job opportunities (short and long term), career ambitions and appropriate study pathways.
Look after the financial management of the club and its members.This is one of the senior executive roles within the club structure. Season runs from March to September.
A fantastic way to see out of the way beaten track areas around Townsville. Creekwatch aims to involve the local community with their local environment. Creekwatch activities include macroinvertebrate, fish and fauna surveys and water quality testing. Come along and key out the bugs and fish to see Join the team to help in the great outdoors.
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.
Do you like to be active in a positive and passionate team environment? Do you have 3-4 hours a week to offer in our Geelong Op shop? You get first look at all the generously donated quality items. these items need to sorted, priced, displayed and sold to help much needed funds for the RSPCA to continue its fight to end animal cruelty.
SEAGRASS MONITORING is back! The Broome Community Seagrass Monitoring Project is one of the longest running and most successful community science projects in the Kimberley. The project engages large amounts of volunteers as well as Indigenous rangers to monitor seagrass meadows within Roebuck Bay.
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