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• Support people to stay healthy and active by connecting them to social and wellbeing activities in their local community and beyond • Assist our clients to have a positive experience by encouraging them to participate in activities • Woodside location with travel through the Hills and surrounding areas, minimum 2 events per month between Monday to Friday and the occasional weekend or evening
Buda Historic Home and Garden is a charitable not-for-profit organisation located in Castlemaine, Central Victoria. We are looking for tour guide volunteers to help us with this important role. Volunteer shifts are from 2-4pm on a Sunday and weekday bus tours that are booked in advance. Volunteer Tour Guides must undertake 3 sessions of 2.5 hour training prior to commencement. If you are interested in this role we would be delighted to hear from you!
Great volunteer position working at the Mission to Seafarers. Days and hours negotiable. The role involves returning books, customer assistance and helping to organise the library. Other tasks as required.
Friendly people mover required driving visitors to various destinations, you need experience driving a large van, and a clean C Class licence and local area knowledge is essential.
Volunteer Sailing Skippers are required to skipper small boats to enable people with a disability to experience sailing.
An opportunity to volunteer with the Number 1 trusted Charity in Australia "Guide Dogs Queensland". We need people like you to come and share the activity of Community Engagement and Fundraising at Events, Shows and Shopping Centres across North Queensland. Preferred Age is 18 years and over
Volunteer Engagement/ Tour Guides work with the public to provide our visitors with insite into our displays and offer assistance where required. Visitors always have a wonderful experience at the Museum of Tropical Queensland but with the help of our Volunteer Guides they have an unforgettable one.
Enjoy to great outdoors and get to meet new people whilst helping out in the environment. Activities include weeding, rubbish removal at various locations: Magnetic Island Bowen Cape Upstart Crystal Creek
The Maritime Museum Education Coordinator plans to establish connections between Australian National Curriculum and Maritime History and Heritage. Teaching Qualification required.
Undertake guided tours of the Museum as necessary. Undertake Gallery Attendant duties in allocated gallery, as per roster. Meet and greet, and interact with members of the public. Answer visitor questions, as required. Direct visitors to appropriate services (ie toilet, water fountain, seats disabled facilities etc) Other duties as directed.
A Volunteer with a friendly personality and great work attitude is required to become a valued team member of the Community Support Centre. General day to day office duties are required. Up to 15 hours of week may be available.
Providing visitor information (including at the front desk), one to one interpretation of the displays at REEF HQ Aquarium, assisting with and conducting talks/tours, surveys and craft activities. INTAKE IS JUST ONCE A YEAR IN FEBRUARY AND A YEAR LONG COMMITMENT IS REQUIRED.
A volunteer is required to staff the reception desk and general cleaning of the Museum.
Meet and Greet Volunteers provide patients with directions on how to find services within the hospital and escort the patients to the area they need to go if necessary. Volunteers must have a friendly disposition, good communication skills, desire to help others and be fit and active enough to be able to push patients in a wheelchair.
Are you retired/semi retired, enjoy engaging with the general public and have sound computer skills? This position involves engaging with the general public to connect people with information and services so they can make independent and informed decisions. Information may be provided on the telephone, face to face, or via the Citizens Advice Bureau website.
Our Applied Reception & Customer Service (ARCS) training program integrates classroom learning with on the job training work to provide you with a pathway toward paid work or skilled volunteering.
Are you fluent in Macedonian? We very likely have a volunteer opportunity for you on Mondays! First timers are welcome to apply.
The Army Museum of Western Australia is looking for volunteers for Saturday and Sundays. We would like our volunteers to have an interest in Military History and be reliable.
If you volunteer for this role you will be part of the friendly team that welcomes more than 150000 visitors to The Fremantle Round House annually. Open to the public 363 days a year from 10.30am to 3.30pm.
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