Volunteers have been an important part of the growth of our organisation and in the days before government funding and recognition of the work needed in the community, they were the backbone of many ours and many other local organisations.
All volunteers must undergo a thorough training process, and as with all ARCS staff they are required to undergo a police check and to sign our Confidentiality Code and Declaration of Non Violence.
Volunteer Roles may include
Education – volunteers are welcome to co-facilitate any training delivered by ARCS.
Office – some volunteer hours may be available in the ARCS office doing general administrative tasks or working on specific projects.
Board Members – ARCS operates under a Board of Governance. Our constitution allows for up to eight Board Members, whose role is to set the strategic direction for the organisation and monitor ARCS services.
For more information on volunteering with ARCS please contact us