South West Community Transport services are provided by both volunteer and paid team members. Our volunteers come from a wide range of professional, personal, and cultural backgrounds. But the one thing they all have in common is a desire to support those in need.
Volunteering with South West Community Transport offers a number of personally and professionally rewarding experiences by enabling you to:
- Give back to your community.
- Develop new skills and broaden your existing skills and knowledge.
- Improve self-esteem and self-confidence.
- Help those in need.
- Meet new people and make new friends.
- Achieve true satisfaction from helping others.
- Be a part of a fun working environment.
- Gain career experience.
- Potentially gain paid work in the not-for-profit sector.
- Add community volunteering to your resume for future job opportunities.
- Bus Assistant: Help assist our clients from their door to the transport and ensure they are comfortable and secure on the bus. You will also be given the opportunity to attend socials with our clients; this could be a cruise, an overnight trip, or even just a drive to the Blue Mountains.
- Car Driver: Help drive our clients from their home to various locations, ensuring the client is safe and having an excellent experience. You will be lending a helping hand to those in need.
- Administrative Assistant: Help in our busy office. This is an ideal position for those looking to learn new skills or build upon your current skills.
Five Simple Steps to Become a South West Community Transport Volunteer
1. Get in touch with us.
2. Come in and meet the team.
3. Complete the paperwork and orientation.
4. Choose your days and hours.
5. Get started.
All Community Transport volunteers are provided with a clearly defined position description, support and training. For more information on volunteering with SWCT please view our Volunteer Brochure or phone our Operations Manager on (02) 9603 2106.