Found 58 Animal Welfare volunteering opportunities in Perth City

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  1. Op Shop Assistant

    WA WIldlife has been caring for sick, injured and orphaned native wildlife for over 20 years and has recently opened it's first Op Shop (second hand retail store) and are seeking expressions of interest for volunteers. Do you want to support wildlife conservation but not necessarily work directly with wildlife? Our Op Shop needs volunteers to run the Store 6 days a week.

    Id:158971
    Animal Welfare
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Hilton WA
  2. Rehabilitation Volunteer

    WA Wildlife is a wildlife veterinary hospital and wildlife rehabilitation centre. Minimum exposure to human beings ensures that the animals in care recover more swiftly, suffer less stress and are less susceptible to human conditioning and dependence. Unlike zoos, wildlife rehabilitation hospitals/centres generally offer a 'hands off' wildlife experience. Even though animal handling/interaction is very low, you will have the opportunity to help sick and injured wildlife return to the wild.

    Id:6984
    Animal Welfare
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Bibra Lake WA
  3. WA Wildlife Retail Volunteer

    WA Wildlife is WA's only wildlife veterinary hospital and the busiest wildlife rehabilitation facility in WA. The Hospital admits approximately 4000 sick and injured animals each year that all require veterinary treatment and ongoing rehabilitation. The organisation receives no State or Federal government funding and relies on donations and fundraising to pay for the Hospital and Rehabilitation facility.

    Id:154721
    Animal Welfare
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Hilton WA
  4. Recovery Volunteer

    Minimum exposure to human beings ensures that animals in care recover swiftly, suffer less stress and are less susceptible to human conditioning and dependence. Unlike zoos wildlife hospitals generally offer a 'hands off' wildlife experience. Even though animal handling/interaction is very low, you will have the opportunity to help sick and injured wildlife return to the wild. This process is crucial for their long-term survival and a privilege to experience.

    Id:162432
    Animal Welfare
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Bibra Lake WA
  5. Receptionist - alternate Saturday/Sunday

    Do you love animals? The Animal Protection Society(APS) is looking for dedicated and passionate volunteers who are willing to give up some of their spare time to help the animals in our care. APS are currently looking for two mature receptionists on alternate Saturdays and Sundays. Main duties include greeting guests at the door, answering the telephone, taking messages, undertaking photocopying duties and an assortment of other duties.

    Id:97393
    Animal Welfare
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Southern River WA
  6. Shift Supervisor - Dog Section

    Love dogs? Then The Animal Protection Society (APS) needs you! APS require professional, passionate, hard working and committed volunteers. You'll need to adhere to policies and procedures whilst managing your shift, volunteers and the dogs.

    Id:168252
    Animal Welfare
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Southern River WA
  7. Cat Section - Volunteers

    Are you a crazy cat person? Then The Animal Protection Society (APS) needs you! Volunteers to assist the Care Managers/shift supervisors of the day with general animal duties to make the cats feel comfortable, clean and fed.

    Id:40373
    Animal Welfare
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Southern River WA
  8. Cart Ride Driver

    Cart Rides are a central part of the Landsdale Farm experience for young children. The cart driver has a key role to be welcoming and friendly to families and children who want to go for a ride. Aside from driving you will also be required to clean the carts regularly as well as ensure the tractor is properly fueled before each driving session.

    Id:164849
    Animal Welfare
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Darch WA
  9. Receptionist - Saturday and Sundays

    The Animal Protection Society in Southern River are seeking volunteers to man Reception on alternate Saturdays and Sundays 9.45am -3pm. Please note that there is no public transport to the Society.

    Id:109492
    Animal Welfare
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Southern River WA
  10. Foster Carer - Offsite Cat Haven

    We currently require Volunteer Foster Carers' to open their homes to cats & kittens, to give them a home while we search for their forever homes! If you have a love of cats and a spare room, this could be the purr-fect opportunity to help us out!

    Id:48009
    Animal Welfare
    Regular - less than 6 months
    Shenton Park WA
  11. Shift Supervisor - Dog Section

    Animal Protection Society requires reliable, hardworking, competent people wanting to be Shift Supervisors for the Dog Section.

    Id:167355
    Animal Welfare
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Southern River WA
  12. Animal Attendant

    Kanyana Wildlife cares for sick, injured, orphaned and displaced wildlife in our Hospital, as well as breeding threatened species, conducting training and research and educating schools and community.

    Id:6928
    Animal Welfare
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Lesmurdie WA
  13. Cleaner - Animal Hospital

    Kanyana Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre is seeking a volunteer who could assist in cleaning their hospital for a few hours a week.

    Id:110590
    Animal Welfare
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Lesmurdie WA
  14. Reception Volunteer

    WA Wildlife's Reception program is for anyone with a passion for wildlife and the environment and enjoys interacting with people. Reception volunteers are responsible for answering all incoming phone calls, admitting new patients admitted to the Hospital, processing sales and donations, cleaning the Hospital's entrance/public viewing spaces and providing advice to members of the public. Reception volunteers need to attend a minimum of one shift per week (8.00am - 2.00pm or 1.30pm - 7.30pm).

    Id:166304
    Animal Welfare
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Bibra Lake WA
  15. Cat Foster Carer

    Impound Feline Rescue are seeking volunteers to foster cats in their own home until the cats can be rehomed.

    Id:102006
    Animal Welfare
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Perth WA
  16. Recovery Volunteer

    WA Wildlife's Recovery Ward program is for anyone interested in rehabilitating wildlife (there are no pre-requisites). Recovery Ward volunteers need to attend a minimum of one shift per week (8.30am - 2.30pm or 2.30pm - 8.30pm). Volunteers will work in our wildlife hospital under the guidance of one of our Veterinarians and/or an experienced volunteer.

    Id:166303
    Animal Welfare
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Bibra Lake WA
  17. Cat Coordination Team Members

    West Australian Pet Project Inc. (WAPP) are searching for Cat Coordination Team Members to join our team. We are based in the Perth Metro area and this role is an unpaid, volunteer position. The successful applicants will have experience in animal welfare work or managing teams, meet the criteria listed in the advert, and have a compassion for animals that falls inline with WAPP's ethos.

    Id:166343
    Animal Welfare
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Perth WA
  18. Volunteer Coordinator

    West Australian Pet Project Inc. (WAPP) are searching for a Volunteer Coordination to join our team. We are based in the Perth Metro area and this role is an unpaid, volunteer position. The successful applicant will have experience in Management or HR, meet the criteria listed in the advert, and have a compassion for animals that falls inline with WAPP's ethos.

    Id:166342
    Animal Welfare
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Perth WA
  19. Rehabilitation Volunteer

    WA Wildlife's Rehabilitation Ward program is for anyone interested in rehabilitating wildlife (there are no pre-requisites). Rehabilitation volunteers need to attend a minimum of one shift per week (8.30am - 2.30pm or 2.30pm - 8.30pm). Volunteers will work under the guidance of the Rehabilitation Coordinator and/or an experienced volunteer.

    Id:96378
    Animal Welfare
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Bibra Lake WA
  20. POOPS volunteer

    Are you an animal lover with a passion for helping people and pets in need? Come and join us and make a difference in the lives of our family pets and their owners!! POOPS is a not-for-profit organisation run entirely by volunteers that provides a fee-free pet care service for elderly or disabled pet owners who need assistance with caring for their beloved pets and haven’t the support of family or friends in times of need.

    Id:165784
    Animal Welfare
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Maylands WA