Current City of Canning Vacancies

Casual Volunteering Roles

InterConnect Volunteering

Open to anyone aged 18+ this exciting role provides opportunities to engage in one-off or short term volunteering activities as your time permits and in line with your volunteering opportunities.

Download the InterConnect Volunteering position description to learn more.

Ready to join our fantastic team of InterConnect Volunteers? Please complete the Volunteer Expression of Interest (EOI).

Return your completed EOI to the City of Canning by:

  • Email: volunteer.enquiries@canning.wa.gov.au
  • Mail: Attention Community Development Officer (Volunteering), Locked Box 80, Welshpool WA 6986
  • In person: Riverton Library, 67 Riley Rd, Riverton

Regular Volunteering Roles

There are currently no vacant regular volunteering roles at the City of Canning.
 

Supporting local community volunteer organisations and events

Vinnies

Volunteers urgently needed to support Vinnies Emergency Assist Call Centre.

Vinnies is a proudly volunteer-run organisation. Each year, Vinnies volunteers assist over 55,000 people in need in WA. Join the team and be part of something special.

EdConnect Australia – Volunteers needed in the City of Canning

Can you spare just 1-2 hours a week to volunteer and make a difference to a students learning?

Learning support – do you worry about the children that missed out on crucial learning due to extended COVID-19 lock downs? EdConnect need volunteers to spend time listening to a child read or help out generally in the classroom. A love of reading, passion for learning, and patience are the only requirements!

Mentoring – EdConnect need positive role models to help provide one-on-one emotional support, guidance, and encouragement to students, in a safe and confidential environment. This could involve working on school projects together or simply playing games and chatting. Minimum commitment of 12 months required.

Other opportunities – there are a wide variety of other roles EdConnect need volunteers for. Some of these include breakfast clubs, homework clubs, supporting children for whom English is a second language, school gardens, school canteens and more.

EdConnect Australia recruit, screen and train skilled volunteers to provide life-changing support to students in local schools. For more information visit the EdConnect website or call on 1800 668 550.

Homework Assistant – Volunteers required

The Metropolitan Migrant Resource Centre (MMRC) are seeking volunteers to support the Homework Hut at Lynwood Senior High School.

MMRC supports students on refugee, humanitarian or selected family visas to maximize their learning opportunities. If you are a passionate learning enabler and enjoy working with young people, MMRC want to hear from you. To join, visit the Metropolitan Migrant Resource Centre website.
 

Supporting vulnerable communities

There are a number of volunteer organisations supporting Canning's vulnerable communities. If you are passionate about supporting vulnerable communities to have a better tomorrow then click on the links below to learn more about how you can get involved through volunteering.

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