About this opportunity
The Community Workshop, a project of the Rotary Club of Morialta, operates daily in morning and afternoon blocks of approximately 3 hours, and Saturday mornings. We currently have 60 active members who enjoy fellowship and skill sharing whilst engaged in various personal projects, such as restorations and many other projects. These products will then be utilised for community use or sale, such as bread boards and bird nesting boxes.
Job Description The Volunteer Workshop Supervisor is responsible for the safe and efficient running of allocated sessions of the Community Workshop of the Rotary Club of Morialta in accordance with its policy, Rotary’s ideals, insurance requirements, and legal requirements.
Key Responsibilities and Accountabilities
- Responsible for organising and supervising members during sessions allocated by the Workshop Manager at the Workshop including: project activity, machinery/maintenance, compliance with Health and Safety policies and procedures, and building and site maintenance.
- Assist the Workshop Manager with the management of all administration records and activities required for the operation at the Workshop which includes: attendance records, accurate maintenance and service records, and financial activity.
- Ensure compliance with Legislative requirements such as Health and Safety Laws.
The Community Workshop is not a workplace as defined by the Occupational, Health and Safety Act 1986 as there are no employees working there. However best practice must be followed to ensure a safe environment for participants, members, and visitors. As a volunteer working on an approved activity of our club, you are protected by the Volunteers Protection Act 2001. Promotion of the Workshop to Campbelltown City Council and the public.
Skills Required Experience with woodworking, carpentry or joinery and ability to manage the daily operation of the Workshop.
Contact: Graeme Packer M 0412098400 or Bob Pomeroy M 0408836490
Driver's Licence (C) .
Experience with woodworking, carpentry or joinery and ability to manage the daily operation of the Workshop.
* During the Covid-19 pandemic, organisations should be providing all necessary Covid-19 safety protection measures for volunteers following the advice of both the Sate or Territory Governments and the Federal Government. Your safety and wellbeing is your priority. Familiarise yourself with the most up-to-date requirements and advice from the Australian and NT and SA State Governments.
* As each organisation provides different levels/types of insurance, volunteers are reminded to check with the organisation as to the type of insurance provided for volunteers (e.g. Volunteer Personal Accident Insurance).
* Best practice volunteer involvement recommends that a volunteer role should not be more than 15-16 hours per week.
4-8 hours per week.Can be mornings or afternoons 5 days perweek and Saturday amSuitable for
- Skilled Volunteers
- Trades & Maintenance
Orinetation and instructions will be provided