JRS is looking for a volunteer to coordinate the JRS Youth Award program. The Award program is designed for students to engage and raise awareness in their school communities on forced displacement and people seeking […]
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.
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JRS is looking for a volunteer with a licence to drive a 20 seater bus to take the women of the Jesuit Refugee Service (JRS) Women’s Space and their children to various activities and events […]
Can you be a champion and speak up for the House of Welcome? We are seeking volunteers to help support our public speaking programs, promoting our Foodbank and our Truth Be Told project. Volunteer speakers […]
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. Volunteers assist JRS with running programs at the centre. Key […]
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 […]
The Men’s Group is about providing opportunities for men seeking asylum to participate and connect with other men. It aims to build relationships, reduce isolation and promote physical, mental and spiritual well-being. Key Responsibilities: 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 […]
Empowered to Work is a program at House of Welcome which assists refugees and people seeking asylum to be job ready. Our role is to encourage participants in the job search process with preparing a […]