About this opportunity
The SAIL Program is a completely volunteer-run, non-profit, secular organisation which provides free tutoring, mentoring and community services to the Sudanese Australian refugee community.
We are seeking committed kitchen volunteers to prepare lunches for all of our students every Saturday. This role involves working in a professional kitchen preparing fruit, sandwiches, and other foods as needed.
All applicants must: • Be over the age of 16 to apply • Hold a valid Working With Children Check • Abide by our Child Safe Policy at all times • Agree to and sign our Code of Conduct • Volunteer for a minimum of 4 months • Attend mandatory induction and training sessions • Hospitality training is preferred, but not a requirement for this position
We have a comprehensive Child Safe Policy and promote a fair and inclusive environment with equal opportunities for all. All applications are welcome!
PLEASE NOTE – after submitting your expression of interest, all applicants must apply via the SAIL Program website.
Working with Children Check *.
Volunteer tutors are required to attend each Saturday to ensure that our students are being supported in a consistent and regular manner. All volunteers must notify coordinators of any absence dates ahead of time to allow replacement tutors to be arranged.
We require our volunteers to commit to a period of at least 4 months to avoid unnecessary interruptions to our students' educational support. Please take this into consideration before completing an application.
All volunteers are asked to arrive on time to ensure the full benefit of each session for our students.
Every Saturday morning 11am to 1pm. Tutors are required to be at the campus 15 minutes prior to commencing each session.Type of work
- Food Preparation & Service
All volunteers are required to attend a Campus Tour and Tutor Training session before commencing.