Want to get involved with Auburn City 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.
Our Volunteer Program recognises that volunteers are a valuable part of the organisation.
There are currently limited volunteer opportunities at Auburn City Council.
For further information, please contact Auburn City Council on 9735 1222 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Volunteer positions 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.
All volunteers are provided with a clear job description stating agreed working hours, the purpose of the position and tasks to be undertaken.
Training, sound guidance and direction is given to all volunteers to make it easy and enjoyable to carry out their volunteering work.
All volunteers who would like to work with, or are in close proximity to children, will be required to have a Working with Children Check and must supply their volunteer’s clearance number to Auburn City Council.
The positions that require a ‘Working with Children Check’ are the Children’s Activity Assistant, Community Events Assistant, Lifelong Learning Facilitator and the Fauna Tour Guide.
For more information on the Working with Children Check please click the link below.
Volunteers Program Information Brochure 2013.pdf
Volunteer Application Form.pdf
Insurance Statement for Authorised Voluntary Workers.pdf
Bush Care Volunteer.pdf
Corporate Information Volunteer.pdf
Childrens Activities Assistant Volunteer.pdf
Community Bus Driver Volunteer.pdf
Computer and Internet Tutor Volunteer.pdf
English Conversation Class Tutor Volunteer.pdf
Justice of the Peace (JP) Volunteer.pdf
Lifelong Learning Facilitator Volunteer.pdf
Fauna Park Guide Volunteer.pdf
Volunteer Position Description - Promotions Officer.pdf