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Can you help a migrant or refugee improve their English and understand day to day tasks and instructions in English? You'll need to have patience and resilience, as well as some computing skills. LCMS
Would you like to provide companionship and social support to aged care clients? You can offer companionship and friendship to clients on a one-on-one basis or by spending time in a group activity, escorting them on social outing or by simply having a chat and a cup of coffee
We are looking for an experienced Curator for our Museum. To help us disseminate our collection physically or digitally.
The most important role at the Museum as it is the basis of our existence. Could be said the Prime function to record all items collected or donated to the museum. A commitment of at least 2 days or our preference 3 days Experience with EMU software would be an advantage.
We have a vacancy in the Collection Department. We would like someone who has either Museum or Art Gallery experience in photographing all items in our collection is diverse Books, Banners, Posters, instruments and other jazz related items.
Providing driver services for the City of Rockingham Housebound Service, based out of Safety Bay Library. Delivering books to those who may be housebound. Driving a City of Rockingham vehicle to be collected from the Rangers compound.
Tidy the book shelves in various areas. Take trolley around to residents rooms to exchange books. ***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.***
Would you like to use your IT skills to assist people experiencing difficulties and lead IT assistance workshops?
Have fun and teach French to mature age people in a relaxed atmosphere. We require a person who has good conversational skills, translation, dictation and grammar. Lessons are 2 hours each one day per week. Suitable day can be discussed with the Curriculum Manager.
The Life Skills Program Assistant assists the Humanitarian Settlement Services Orientation team with logistical, administrative and event management activities at workshops and events designed to assist refugees as they settle into Australian life. Volunteers assist the team to create a welcoming environment for clients through language support and by participating, alongside clients in workshop and event activities.
The Humanitarian Settlement Program supports refugees from the moment they arrive at the airport. Upon arrival, the HSP team provides essential support and information to assist and empower refugees to gain independence and build strong connections. Community Support Assistants build on the case management support offered to clients by offering language support, guiding access to local services, support with life skills, community linkages and building social networks.
The Humanitarian Settlement Program (HSP) supports refugees from the moment they arrive at the airport. HSP provides on-arrival accommodation (OAA) for refugees on arrival in Australia and assistance to secure long-term accommodation (LTA). Housing Assistants work with the HSP team to support clients as they settle into their OAA, find, secure and settle into their LTA. Volunteers are engaged to guide and assist clients to feel comfortable in homes.
Would you like to volunteer for the State Library Victoria? We're seeking Volunteer Greeters to be stationed alongside staff at entry points to help welcome visitors, provide directions, escort visitors to where they need to go, and refer questions to Library staff as required.
We require sorters for our Op Shop located in Gympie. No experience necessary just a friendly face and someone willing to learn.
The NSW SES is a volunteer-based organisation that works with communities to prepare and respond to severe weather events. We are the lead agency for flood, storm and tsunami in NSW. Our volunteers come from all walks of life, bringing with them many different skills, interests and backgrounds. At Holroyd, our volunteers look after such areas as Merrylands, Guildford, Toongabbie, Greystanes, Pendle Hill, Girraween; with the opportunity to assist outside this footprint.
Our Wheller Gardens Library located at Chermside is currently seeking expressions of interest from people who would like to volunteer in our community library. This position would suit a person who is retired and able to commit to a long term volunteering role as this encourages the building of relationships within the library team and also with elderly residents who reside on site.
Are you looking to work in a library environment? Our library is looking for someone with a keen eye for attention to detail to assist our team.
Coffee and Cuddles is a free drop-in service available to parents and carers of children up to two years of age, who live in Ellenbrook and surrounding suburbs. Sessions run on a weekly basis from 9.30am to 11.30am and are hosted by the Ellenbrook Community Library.
A program for elderly residents living in aged care homes, who experience loneliness and social isolation, is seeking Italian speaking Volunteers to join their team.
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