Volunteering is a valuable and rewarding way of supporting Your Community Health.
We rely on a range of volunteers with different skills and experiences to help deliver our community programs and services. People volunteer for different reasons. It is a great opportunity to Volunteering is a great way to be a part of our vibrant community, meet new people and give back to the local area. You can use your skills and learn new ones. Our volunteers find it a rewarding and enjoyable experience and we are very grateful for their support.
We need a range of volunteers for different programs. This includes:
- Drivers for our Social Support Group, to take people to and from our activities.
- Hands on support in our community programs, including organising and setting up activities, talking with clients, serving meals.
- Project work for those with special skills and experience
If you have any questions about any of the roles advertised or you want to speak to someone about volunteering with us then email us on firstname.lastname@example.org or call (03) 8470 1111.
Current volunteer vacancies
Communications & Marketing Volunteers: Are you a photographer? Videographer? Graphic designer? Or perhaps you are a a keen writer that wants to help produce articles for our website, or write posts for social media? Whatever your skills and interests, we are looking for talented communicators to assist with our communications and marketing. There are many different project opportunities that we can tailor to suit your interests or career development. This role can be made available as a student placement.
Policy and Research Volunteers: Contribute to the development of our policy and advocacy work, by conducting research on core issues that impact on health and wellbeing. This may include, but is not limited to, refugee and asylum seeker rights, gender inequality, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health, LGBTIQ Health, family violence, and community health funding, in order to provide a robust evidence-base on which to develop our policy positions and recommendations. You will assist in the development of policy statements on the selected issues. This role can be made available as a student placement.
If you would like to express your interest in the above volunteer roles or want us to let you know of other future vacancies, complete and us a Volunteer Expression of Interest Form.
Your Community Health is a member of Volunteering Victoria. This means we adhere to Volunteering Australia’s National Volunteer Standards which ensure our volunteers get appropriate management, supervision and support that they need to get the most out of their volunteering experience.