Do What You Can is a not-for-profit organisation and we are looking for a Website Developer to join our dynamic team to create action-based and customer-centric website. If you have an experience in setting up and managing a website and a strong ‘can do’ attitude and some experience in web design - we need you!
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We are looking for someone who is able to create flyers,logos and other promotional material. Do you have experience in graphic design or have a creative flair with an eye for detail? WE NEED YOU!
Do What You Can is a not-for-profit organisation and we are looking for a Content Copywriter to join our dynamic team to create action-based and customer-centric content for our website and other social media. You will have some of the skills listed below and a strong ‘can do’ attitude: • Creative writing and editing skills. • and more
We are looking for a responsible Administrative Assistant to perform a variety of administrative and clerical tasks.
To facilitate and supervise free internet at the IT Hub in E-focus' Ourhub. Provide a technical support when needed and assist participants with other issues. Help provide a friendly and welcoming atmosphere.
We are seeking enthusiastic and passionate individuals who would like to be added to our volunteers database on a long term basis and be willing to be called upon to help when necessary.
Are you passionate about apps, programs, and web coding? CoderDojo is a club for self-motivated young people to learn how to code, develop websites, apps, programs, games and explore technology in a casual and creative environment. We are looking for mentors to help our participants reach their full potential.
Community Radio Technician. 103.9HopeFM is founded on Christian principles, and is operated entirely by volunteers. We are a community station that broadcasts family friendly content that aims to bring hope, share joy & build community. Hours are flexible. Your role would be to provide the vital technical support for the transmission, including set up for outside broadcasts in the community.
Community Radio Program Preparation with local community radio. 103.9HopeFM is founded on Christian principles, and is operated entirely by volunteers. Preparation for programs involves a variety of tasks, including: pre-recording content, scheduling content, editing audio files, downloading content from the web, ripping content from CD’s, & maintaining the music library. We are a community station that broadcasts family friendly content that aims to bring hope, share joy & build community.
Website Management, Maintain Social Media pages. Produce Newsletters & flyers. ***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.***
To be a Beyond Disability volunteer all you need is a car, basic computer and internet skills, and plenty of patience.
CityHive hosts help operate the co-working and meeting space. This involves talking to prospective users on the phone and face-to-face, welcoming new
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