Want to contribute towards local projects in the community and meet new people? Auburn City Council has an established volunteers program open to anyone interested in contributing to council’s initiatives and activities.
Volunteering can provide you with valuable work experience, a chance to contribute to community life, the chance to meet new people and allow you to learn new skills.
Volunteer positions at Auburn City Council cover a range of areas and settings including at our libraries and community centres, parks and gardens, environment and waste as well as assistant roles for community events and education programs.
Click here to view a list of volunteer positions.
All volunteers are provided with a clear position description stating agreed volunteer hours, the purpose of the position and tasks to be undertaken.
Volunteers are also allocated a supervisor who will provide training, sound guidance and direction to make it easy and enjoyable to carry out their volunteering work.
Please note, the following position require a Working With Children Check: Children’s Activities Assistant, Community Events Assistant, Peacock Gallery minder or Fauna/Japanese Gardens Tour Guide. Click to apply for the free check.
Post: Auburn City CouncilPO Box 118, Auburn 1835In person: Civic Centre, 1 Susan Street, Auburn 2144Fax: (02) 9643 1120Email: email@example.com
Bush Care Volunteer
Children's Activities Assistant
Community Bus Driver
Community Events Assistant
Community Garden Assistant
Computer and Internet Trainer
Corporate Information Support
English Conversation Class Tutor
Fauna Park/ Japanese Gardens Guide
Justice of the Peace
Peacock Gallery Minder