Volunteers at Iramoo Community Centre.
Volunteers are vital
Volunteers are a vital resource in all areas of the programs, services, and governance of the Centre. Volunteers provide significant amounts of in-kind support each year. Their time and expertise has helped make the Centre into what it is today and what it will become tomorrow.
Iramoo Community Centre has structured and on-going volunteer roles as well as one off and casual roles. These positions may suit someone with established skills and experience, but also someone wanting to gain experience or develop their skills. People seeking student placements are also encouraged to contact us.
We also have a Community Leadership & Volunteer Training Program in place that could help to improve your leadership skills and enhance opportunities for satisfactory volunteering.
Some of the identified volunteer roles include:
Answering phones and enquiries at reception desk, recording incoming and outgoing mail, prepare class lists and other administrative support.
Committee of Management
Contribute to the strategic planning and governance of the organisation. Specific Committee of Management roles include Chairperson, Secretary, Treasurer and working groups.
Community Cooking Facilitator
Mondays and Tuesdays working in a team environment, to assist in shopping, cooking, serving and providing a simple and nutritious meal to a group of approximately 10 people.
Food Donation / Emergency Food Supplies
Assist with the collection and distribution of food donations. Maintain a clean working environment.
Develop, support and maintain systems and activities that support fund raising for the Centre.
Assist with growing our community garden.
Holiday Program Assistants
Assist with the running of our Children’s Holiday Program
Homework Club Tutor
Assist primary school children from culturally diverse backgrounds either one on one or in small groups to improve their literacy and numeracy skills and to complete homework tasks.
Assist with the distribution of newsletters and promotional material to the local libraries, shops and neighbouring areas of Wyndham.
Training and support is available.
Please refer to additional information
For more details call the centre on (03) 8742 3688.