Volunteer Co-ordinator Inner West


We are looking for a Volunteer 'Volunteer Co-ordinator' for our Inner West office

Mrs Kim Backhouse is our Volunteer Co-ordinator in the Northern Beaches office and a volunteer herself, read more about it here.

We are now recruiting for our Volunteer Co-ordinator for our Inner West office. The main aim of the role will be to organise the volunteers participating in our Volunteer Program. You may assist with a variety of duties including program planning and assist us with the recruitment, training, placement and retention of volunteers.


  • Are you a natural organiser and leader?
  • Do you love working with other people?
  • Do you have great communication and people skills?
  • Are you a team player?


  • Do you want to make a difference in the life of a young person aged 9-24 years?
  • Are you able to give around 6-8 hours per week?
  • Do you live in or near the Inner West and have good local knowledge of the area?


You will be provided with all necessary training and induction.

If you would like more information about the role you can contact Kim on: volunteer@burdekin.org.au 

Please note that this is a Volunteer (unpaid) position.

Are you interested in being a Volunteer Co-ordinator?

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