Volunteer Whanganui jobs

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Volunteer Whanganui jobs

Volunteer Whanganui supports 102 not-for-profit organisations with volunteers. Here are some positions that are available:

Urgent Job Vacancies — Volunteer Whanganui
• Shuttle Driver
• Walking Companion
• Retail — Op Shop Whanganui East
• Retail — Op Shop Gonville
• Alexa (Voice) Support Person
• Library Assistant
• Gardener
• Art Group Facilitator
• Market Assistant
• Awareness Month Raffle Sellers
• Raffle Coordinator
• Committee Member/ Administrator
• Community Fridge Assistant
• Hostel Hand
• Library Shelver
• Telephone Operator
• Lawn Mower
• Parent Coach
• Dial the Newsreader
• Opp Shop Sorter/ Cleaner
• Driver
• Homework Group/ After- School Group Facilitator
• Library Staff
• Annual Appeal Co-ordinator
• Raffle Ticket Seller
• Annual Street Collector
• Club Publicity Co-ordinator
• Fundraising Co-ordinator
• Team Manager/Leader Special Olympics
• Sports Assistant Special Olympics
• Assistant Swimming Coach
• Receptionist
• Casual Receptionist
• Board Member/ Fundraising Co-ordinator
• Board Member/ Publicity Officer
• On-Call Dial the News Reader
• Health Shuttle Driver
• Health Shuttle Companion
• Op Shop Manager
• Outdoor Gardener
• Indoor Bowls/ Bocce Coach
• General Grounds Handyman
• Volunteer Whanganui Raffle Sellers
• General Grounds Handyman
• Meals on Wheels Driver
• School Sailing Co-ordinator
• Internet banking/Smartphones/ Tablets Tutor
• Ground Maintenance Worker
• Visiting Older People
• Wanganui Community Patrol
• Sports Coaches
· Tram Conductors/ Motorman
· Horse Groomer & Handler

If you are interested in any of these volunteer positions please come and see us.
Room 110, 60 Ridgway St, Community House, “The old post office building”, Whanganui.
Opening hours: Monday to Thursday, 9am to 4pm. Ph (06) 3479430. Email: whanganuivolunteercentre@xtra.co.nz or go to our website for all our current positions: volunteerwhanganui.org.nz

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