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Below are volunteer positions currently available across our four organisations – Asylum Seekers Centre, House of Welcome, Jesuit Refugee Service and the Refugee Advice and Casework Service. Or click on the logo to bring up current opportunities for each organisation.
If you can’t find the perfect role just yet, please keep checking in as we are continually adding new roles.
To apply for a role, you’ll need to register with the Hub and create an online profile. Create your online profile today!
Truth Be Told is a project that trains and employs people seeking asylum to lead public speaking engagements in the community. Speakers will be engaged by school groups, for events at House of Welcome and […]
JRS Women’s Space is a women’s only ‘safe space’ that offers community activities and social programs to asylum seeking and refugee women and their children. JRS is looking for generalist volunteers to conduct reception and […]
As part of the Greenlight Movement Program, young people from a refugee background are taught to drive as a critical requirement to access employment. Several volunteers are urgently needed. If this sounds like you, please […]
The House of Welcome is the largest provider of transitional housing in Sydney. With a portfolio of 23 properties, the Housing Support Volunteer will assist with the administrative requirements to maintain the properties and occupancies. This […]
JRS is looking for volunteers to help people seeking asylum with employment support. This role assists the Employment Support team and may include the following duties: Assist people with writing and tailoring a resume. Assist […]
JRS is looking for volunteers to welcome people and assist with the Foodbank program. Foodbank provides fresh food and groceries to clients with a set up similar to a supermarket, allowing people some autonomy to […]
‘Flavours of Auburn’ is an empowerment and livelihood program that offers cooking classes to the community, taught by chefs who are seeking asylum. Volunteers are required to assist with the set-up of events, assisting with […]
The House of Welcome urgently needs volunteers Monday to Friday. The Drop-in and Reception volunteer is the first point of contact for clients. They welcome people to the centre, assist with sign-in, conduct intake assessments […]
The Community Kitchen volunteer supports the chefs (clients at the House of Welcome) to prepare lunches for about 20-30 people once a month on a Wednesday, including setting up the kitchen, helping with serving, tidying […]