SNAICC hosts volunteers and interns on a regular basis, and has a growing network of pro bono community partnerships contributing to SNAICC’s work.
SNAICC greatly appreciates the input of interested people and organisations looking to join the SNAICC community and willing to volunteer their skills and time.
SNAICC particularly encourages Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to contact us.
What to expect as a volunteer or intern at SNAICC
SNAICC recognises that every volunteer brings a wealth of personal, professional and educational experience, and will make every attempt to match a volunteer’s skill set with an appropriate volunteer opening.
We have hosted volunteers from a variety of backgrounds with diverse skills, including administrative support, social work, public health, law and anthropology students, media and social sciences professionals, lawyers and accountants.
The time commitment for volunteers and interns will depend on SNAICC’s current work, but has varied from ongoing commitments of a few hours a week through to three-month placements.
We are unable to provide any financial support for volunteers or interns at this time.
Please note that all volunteers and interns are required to hold or obtain a current Working With Children Check and a current Police check. For voluntary positions, these are free.
Current positions available
SNAICC is not currently recruiting volunteers or interns.
Make sure to check in regularly with the current vacancies listed.