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Volunteering

(Photo: Volunteers nominated for their exceptional contribution during 2016- Congratulations Nora, Chris, Yvonne (overall winner), Maria and Vera )

Become involved with your local community health service

VOLUNTEER with US!

Please note we are not currently recruiting any new volunteers until June 30 2017.

Volunteers assist us in establishing stronger links with our client communities. Volunteers are highly regarded for their generous time, skills, commitment and dedication to help us provide quality services as we strive for our vision of a healthy and inclusive community.

Why volunteer at ISCH?

  • be part of a dedicated and innovative workforce
  • build self confidence
  • meet new people
  • give back to the community by helping others
  • learn new skills
  • stay active
  • have FUN!

Read the latest edition of our volunteer newsletter Volunteer News – 4th Edition 2016

Volunteer Opportunities Available:

Our volunteers are involved in a variety of different roles, ranging from administration, client support, dietetics, Indigenous programs, exercise groups, mentoring and graphic design to name just a few.

Please note we are not currently recruiting any new volunteers until June 30 2017.  

Volunteer Requirements:

  • Undergo a National Volunteer Police Check (paid by ISCH)
  • Complete a Volunteer Working With Children Check (if required by your role)
  • Complete volunteer induction training
  • Attend relevant training and information sessions (dependent on your role)
  • Sign and agree to our Code of Conduct and Confidentiality terms and conditions

How To Become A Volunteer With Us:

Please note we are not currently recruiting any new volunteers until June 30 2017.

To join our dedicated team of volunteers, you can get started by completing the following:

  1. Volunteer Registration  
  2. If you are unable to complete, please call 9525 1300.

Thank you for your interest in volunteering with us. We hope to see you soon!

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