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Current Volunteer Vacancies

Volunteering opportunities with the City of Marion cover a number of areas where volunteers work. We appreciate the great work that volunteers do for our community.

Many of our volunteer programs, roles and centres have been impacted by the coronavirus limiting the volunteer opportunities we have on offer. If you would like to volunteer during this time please apply via the SkillMatch program.

Current Volunteer Vacancies

Red Cross Shop Volunteer Store Coordinator - Hove

The opportunity
Our Hove Red Cross Shop is looking for an enthusiastic volunteer to assist with store operations.

By joining the team you’ll get the opportunity to:

  • Lead and engage a team of shop volunteers with sales and customer service
  • Create window and visual merchandising displays
  • Prepare donations for sale
  • Contribute your skills and help us raise money for those in need.

Previous experience in retail customer service and preloved fashion is desirable. Ongoing support and training will be provided by the Store Manager.

Red Cross is an inclusive organisation and welcomes applicants from diverse backgrounds and experience levels, so if you have some spare time and want to give back to your community we’d love to hear from you.

The impact
As a Red Cross Shops volunteer, you’ll develop valuable retail skills while helping us raise funds to bring care and comfort where it’s needed most. Red Cross will ensure you have training, ongoing support and access to other opportunities within the world’s largest humanitarian network.

For more information, please see the volunteer role description or contact Kerry McInnes 8100 4681

VRD Red Cross Shop Volunteer Store Coordinator Hove.pdf

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are strongly encouraged to apply.

Puddle Jumpers

Puddle Jumpers is a non-profit, non-government organisation committed to responding to the social development needs of society's most vulnerable children and young people. We believe that all kids matter and deserve the right to engage in happy and fun experiences in their life.

There are currently vacancies in the following roles:

Sunday Food collection

Food sorter/Bag maker

Hamper creator

Hamper deliverer

Drive-by volunteers at chosen location

Food collector from various outlets

Volunteers are required to fill in paperwork and have relevant screens in place.

All volunteers are to adhere to strict 1.5m Social Distancing rules and handwashing, aprons and gloves (supplied to by us) are to be worn when handling food!

Please follow this link to find out more and apply: https://www.puddlejumpers.org.au/

SkillMatch Volunteering

SkillMatch volunteering is a way we are trying to provide opportunities for people with unique interests, skills, and expertise to volunteer their knowledge to the community, while adding value to the City of Marion’s core business - serving our community.

Potential volunteers may approach Council with ideas for roles, or, can be placed in areas where program or project based opportunities have been identified and match the applicants skills and interests.

Please take the time to fully articulate your vision for what you feel you could bring to the community that our volunteer roles do not currently cater for. There are considerations we must make in approving new volunteer roles and this of course will be discussed in tandem with applicants. However, we are very keen to facilitate ways in which the diverse members of our community can make the City of Marion a better and more interesting place to live!

Please click on our online applications to apply. If you have any questions, please email Vanita Schwarz at vanita.schwarz@marion.sa.gov.au or phone on 8375 6636

Marion Historic Village Museum Volunteers – Expression of Interest

The Marion Historic Village Museum are an incorporated charity open to the public as a community museum.

Do you love history or story telling? Want to meet like-minded people?

We are a community museum looking for volunteers with a range of skills. We meet every Tuesday from 9am - 12pm for workshops whilst the museum is open Tuesday 10am - 12pm and Sunday 2pm - 4pm.

We are looking for people who love to have a chat, can turn on the computer, are willing to learn and love a cuppa. Being good with your hands, is a bonus.

The following skills are desirable:

- good conversation skills

- basic computer skills

- organisational skills

- communication skills

- an interest in history would be beneficial

- likes to have a cuppa

If you have any queries or are interested in applying please contact Kathy at secretary@marionvillagemuseum.com.au or on 0411 043 344.

Volunteer Online Application Form

Volunteer Opportunties Booklet

A full list of volunteering opportunities within the City of Marion Council and Marion community can be found by downloading the Volunteering Opportunities Booklet.

Please note there may not always be vacancies at the time you make contact.

If you are interested in a particular department of council that is not listed below, please feel free to contact us to discuss this further.

Volunteer Training

Peak bodies such as Volunteering SA and NT, Southern Volunteering and Northern Volunteering provide free and low cost training for volunteers.

For more information view the links below:

Volunteer Resources and Support

Further Information

For further information, contact:

City of Marion Vanita Schwarz
Volunteer Development Officer
Phone: 8375 6636

In person: 245 Sturt Road, Sturt SA 5047
Post: PO Box 21, Oaklands Park SA 5046