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February Volunteer Positions

BY: Joeseph / 2 COMMENTS / CATEGORIES: Community Announcements

Buderim Barista

Position Description: A Buderim not-for-profit requires a volunteer willing to be trained as a barista to work in their cafe.

Duties:

Coffee making
Food preparation
Customer service

Requirements:

Able to work under pressure
Customer service experience
Able to use a cash register
Good command of English
Clean and presentable
Able to work in a team
Become a trained barista

Duration: Long term

Availability:

7.30 am to 11.30 am
10.30 am to 2.30 pm
Monday to Friday

Training: On the job barista training

Ph: 5443 8256
Mobile: 0410 437 977 / 0410 437 237
Email: admin@volunteeringsc.org.au

Volunteer Station Master

Position Description: An exciting opportunity exists for the right person to become a volunteer Station Master for the Mary Valley Rattler. The Station Master plays a key role in managing the day to day operations of the railway.

Requirements:

Previous experience working in railways

Dedicated to delivering a safe and memorable experience for guests

Problem-solving skills

Attention to detail

Duration: Long term

Availability: Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday

Training: Relevant training will be provided

Ph: 5443 8256
Mobile: 0410 437 977 / 0410 437 237
Email: admin@volunteeringsc.org.au

Noosa Receptionist

Position Description: Two volunteer receptionists are required by a Noosa organisation.

Duties:
– General reception
– Opening and closing building procedures
– Cash receipting
– Membership processing and enquiries
– Coffee machine maintenance
– Word processing and basic computing

Requirements:
– Good office skills
– Friendly, courteous and outgoing manner
– Basic computer skills
– Reliable and punctual

Duration: Long term

Availability: Applicants must be able to commit to at least one day per week (8.30 am – 4 pm) for a minimum of 6-12 months.

For more information, or to apply, contact Volunteering Sunshine Coast:

Ph: 5443 8256
Mob: 0410 437 237 / 0410 437 977
Email: admin@volunteeringsc.org.au

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Volunteer Station Master

BY: Joeseph / 0 COMMENTS / CATEGORIES: Community Announcements

Position Description: An exciting opportunity exists for the right person to become a volunteer Station Master for the Mary Valley Rattler. The Station Master plays a key role in managing the day to day operations of the railway.

Requirements:

  • Previous experience working in railways
  • Dedicated to delivering a safe and memorable experience for guests
  • Problem-solving skills
  • Attention to detail

Duration: Long term

Availability: Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday

Training: Relevant training will be provided

Ph: 5443 8256
Mobile: 0410 437 977 / 0410 437 237
Email: admin@volunteeringsc.org.au

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Barista

BY: Joeseph / 2 COMMENTS / CATEGORIES: Community Announcements

Position Description: A Buderim not-for-profit requires a volunteer willing to be trained as a barista to work in their cafe.

Duties:

Coffee making
Food preparation
Customer service

Requirements:

Able to work under pressure
Customer service experience
Able to use a cash register
Good command of English
Clean and presentable
Able to work in a team
Become a trained barista

Duration: Long term

Availability:

7.30 am to 11.30 am
10.30 am to 2.30 pm
Monday to Friday

Training: On the job barista training

Ph: 5443 8256
Mobile: 0410 437 977 / 0410 437 237
Email: admin@volunteeringsc.org.au

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Sunshine Coast Australia Day Awards 2018

BY: Joeseph / 0 COMMENTS / CATEGORIES: News

Volunteering Sunshine Coast was honoured to be nominated for a Sunshine Coast Australia Day Award in the Community- Group or Organisation category. The ceremony was held on 23 January at the Events Centre, Caloundra and was emceed by Creek to Coast’s Scott Hillier.

A welcome to country was given by the Gubbi Gubbi Dance Troupe who performed a number of dances that provided insight into the indigenous cultural heritage of the Sunshine Coast region.

The Daniel Morcombe Foundation ultimately won the Community Organisation award in recognition of their tireless advocacy for child safety and their work with schools and parents providing resources to start a discourse around these important issues.

Denise and Bruce Morcombe were also joint winners of the Citizen of the Year award to celebrate their extraordinary strength in using the tragedy they suffered to take action through the creation of the Daniel Morcombe Foundation. Their work with Government and other interest groups has contributed profoundly to increasing general awareness of the issue of child safety.

Here is the complete list of winners:

Citizen of the Year: Bruce Morcombe/Denise Morcombe

Senior Citizen of the Year: Donald Moffatt

Young Citizen of the Year: Olivia Lindsay

Community – Group or Organisation: Daniel Morcombe Foundation

Creative: Judy Pippen

Environment and Sustainability: Australia Zoo Wildlife Warriors

Sport and Recreation: Sunshine Coast Lightning

   

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