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  1. Project Team Leader - Marketing

    VicWISE is a platform that advocates for international students across Australia & offshore by supporting, connecting and engaging with stakeholders, government bodies, and prospective employer groups. This includes entities such as the City of Melbourne, Scape Australia, and local government areas/councils.

    Id:184430
    Mentoring & Advocacy
    One off - a few hours
    Melbourne VIC
  2. Community Connections - Friendship Buddy (North of the river)

    Community Connections is a new program to reduce the early onset decline in individual wellbeing and capacity caused by social isolation. If you are compassionate, empathetic and have the ability to make social connections in your local community for people experiencing loneliness we'd love to hear from you! Several opportunities are available across the North of the river area.

    Id:113623
    Seniors & Aged Care
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Bullsbrook WA, Ellenbrook WA, Ballajura WA, Midland WA
  3. Be My Friend: Community Visitors Scheme (Lifeline WA)

    The Community Visitor Service (CVS) recruits, trains and coordinates special friends like you to make regular visits to older aged adults living in their own home or care facility who are experiencing social isolation/at risk of doing so. Make a difference to someone's life today by putting a smile on their dial.

    Id:129225
    Seniors & Aged Care
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Across: Perth WA, Midland WA, Ellenbrook WA, Ballajura WA
  4. Community Visitor - Let's Make Friends In High Wycombe

    Do you love a chat over a cuppa? The Community Visitors Scheme (CVS) is an Australian Government funded program created to promote links between people living in an aged care home and the community. We are on the lookout for Community Visitors to visit residents of Govt. funded Residential Aged Care Homes or recipients of Home Care Packages. You will be regularly visiting an older person or group of older people in their home or in an aged care facility

    Id:137370
    Seniors & Aged Care
    Regular - more than 6 months
    High Wycombe WA
  5. Be My Friend: Community Visitors Scheme (Lifeline WA) Ellenbrook

    Do you have a good sense of humor and are easy to talk to? We'd like to hear from you. The Community Visitor Service (CVS) recruits, trains and coordinates special friends like you to make regular visits to older aged adults living in their own home or care facility who are experiencing social isolation/at risk of doing so. Make a difference to someone's life today by putting a smile on their dial.

    Id:171193
    Seniors & Aged Care
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Across: Perth WA, Ellenbrook WA
  6. Treasures of the Past

    Do you have 1 hour per week to spare to make a difference to an older person. Sharing time for a cup of tea, chat, sharing a common interest and offering friendship.

    Id:176439
    Seniors & Aged Care
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Across: Midland WA, High Wycombe WA, Guildford WA
  7. Seniors Activity Assistant/Companion

    Help bring joy and a round of smiles to our residents by joining them for a chat, a laugh or an enjoyable day out. We provide services to more than 4,000 people, making us one of the State's largest aged care organisations. Join us in making a difference. There are plenty of opportunities waiting for you at Juniper

    Id:81917
    Seniors & Aged Care
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Bayswater WA
  8. Female and Male Youth Mentors for young people in care - Kingsley area

    We need Mentors for young people who are in care. It is a position with significant reward and responsibility. There is a great need for mentors for our young people in care and for this opportunity, we would like mature and well-grounded person who can give some of their time to take on this essential mutually rewarding role. Please be aware that this vacancy is only for volunteers who live within 15-20 km's of the Kingsley area

    Id:182852
    Mentoring & Advocacy
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Across: Kingsley WA, Craigie WA, Kingsley WA
  9. Male Youth Mentor for young man in care in the Mandurah area

    We need mature men to act as Mentors for young men who are in care. It is a position with significant reward and responsibility. There is a great need for mentors for our young people in care and for this opportunity, we would like mature and well-grounded men who can give some of their time to take on this essential mutually rewarding role. Please be aware that this vacancy is only for a male volunteer who lives in the Mandurah area

    Id:182850
    Mentoring & Advocacy
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Mandurah WA
  10. Health & Well Being -Swimming companion

    Wintringham is a not-for-profit organisation providing an extensive range of aged care, housing and related support services to men and women aged 50 -plus who have been homeless or at risk of homelessness. We employ over 930 staff and operate from multiple offices across Melbourne and regional Victoria. Wintringham is renowned for quality and personalised range of lifestyle and recreation activities/outcomes we support our clients to achieve. We distance ourselves from a 'one-size-fits-all' .

    Id:184390
    Seniors & Aged Care
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Williamstown VIC
  11. Share your interests in Theatre, Music and Animals with Nicola | Parkdale

    You may be interested in a connection with Nicola*. She describes herself as a people person who has always been outgoing and social. She has an interest in antiques, theatre, music and all animals, especially dogs. Nicola hopes that once her health improves she will be able to get back to her other interests including long walks, visiting the beach, reading and having a pet. *name changed.

    Id:184423
    Seniors & Aged Care
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Parkdale VIC
  12. Assist older adults with memory loss and dementia to enjoy activities

    Assist clients with memory loss to enjoy activities such as playing games,craft, reading etc. and provide hands on activities for men with memory loss/dementia with a similar concept to a "Men's Shed" If you feel that you have patience, empathy, compassion, a sense of humor and fun and are adventurous and kind then we can't wait to hear from you!

    Id:106076
    Seniors & Aged Care
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Boronia VIC
  13. Digital Mentors; use your great computer skills to help others develop theirs!

    The City of Stirling are looking for volunteers to join our Be Connected program as a Digital Mentor. Digital Mentors will provide computer skill development on a one-to-one basis, or to a small group, at one of the City's Libraries. This is a wonderful volunteer opportunity that will really help support the local community.

    Id:137431
    Mentoring & Advocacy
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Across: Mirrabooka WA, Inglewood WA, Karrinyup WA
  14. Art and craft therapy assistant - The Haven service for people with memory loss/dementia

    Assistance needed on Tuesday, Wednesday of Thursday afternoons to work with clients to engage them in art and craft activities. Duties include assisting activity workers with games, crafts, puzzles and exercises.

    Id:162202
    Seniors & Aged Care
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Boronia VIC
  15. Community Visitors Scheme - Stirling

    We need kind and compassionate local volunteers to visit residents living in aged care facilities. This is a wonderful opportunity to brighten someone's day and really make a positive difference. If you are a Volunteer that speaks English then this is a great volunteer role for you. English plus other language's, Italian, Polish, Macedonian, Serbian, Dutch is a bonus as we can match you up with residents from linguistically diverse backgrounds.

    Id:133852
    Seniors & Aged Care
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Stirling WA
  16. Give back to your community become a Board member - The Haven service for people with memory loss/dementia

    The main objectives of the Board members are: • Custodian or stewardship of all activities of THDC, with the responsibility of governance of the Organisation on behalf of members. • Leadership, forward planning and guidance • Accountability and control: monitor the management of the Organisation and ensure good management practices and appropriate checks and balances are in place.

    Id:168903
    Seniors & Aged Care
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Boronia VIC
  17. Would you like to share your love of Gardens?

    Some of our guests at our respite home who are living with Dementia also love being in the garden. Whether it is walking around to smell the roses or tending to the plants, they would love to spend time with another garden enthusiast. Availability is 2 – 3 spare hours once a week, flexible mornings or afternoons between Wednesday to Friday would really enhance the experience of those in our care.

    Id:142096
    Seniors & Aged Care
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Lysterfield VIC
  18. Share your interest in craft and small furniture restoration with Aysun. | Dallas

    You may be interested in a connection with Aysun*, who describes herself as quiet, polite and sensitive. She enjoys all types of craft work, including knitting, cross stitch, mosaic, painting, pottery and decoupage. She hopes that one day she will be able to sell some of her craft work. *name changed.

    Id:184375
    Seniors & Aged Care
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Dallas VIC
  19. Do you play the piano or organ, share a love of music with Elizabeth | Berwick

    You may be interested in a connection with Elizabeth*. Elizabeth described herself as friendly, creative, with a good sense of humour and the confidence to express her opinions. She enjoys music, and going to concerts and events at Bunjil place. She would like a volunteer who is musical to visit her at home and play her Technic Organ. *name changed

    Id:184422
    Seniors & Aged Care
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Berwick VIC
  20. COTA Visitors - Friends for older people

    Be a friend to an older person and visit them for an hour or so weekly or fortnightly. Brighten someone’s day with a smile, friendly conversation or by doing an activity or playing a game together. Trustworthy, friendly, caring volunteers are needed who have good listening and communication skills. COTA Visitors aim to reduce loneliness and isolation felt by many older people.

    Id:182307
    Seniors & Aged Care
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Across: Cumberland Park SA, Colonel Light Gardens SA