Seniors Newsletter Volunteer opportunity

Volunteers wanted!

Mitchell Shire Council are looking for volunteers passionate about promoting positive ageing throughout our community. As a Seniors Newsletter volunteer, you will be responsible for contributing interesting content to the bi-monthly newsletter, distributing hard copies of the newsletter throughout our municipality and helping to grow the online database of subscribers so that the newsletter can continue to grow as an ongoing sustainable activity for the Shire.

A minimum of two volunteers are required:

  1. North Ward volunteer: To deliver newsletters within the areas of Broadford and Seymour
  2. South Ward volunteer: To deliver newsletters within the areas of Wallan and Kilmore


Expected hours

Approximately 3 hours on a bi-monthly basis for collecting, sorting and delivering newsletters across your designated areas within the Shire. The day, time and location for where this could take place is negotiable and can be flexible to your personal requirements to undertake the role.

It is expected that you will contribute roughly 1hr per week in your own time, working towards growing the online database and collecting interesting content to submit for Mitchell Shire Council to include in the newsletter.


General requirements

  • Working with Children Check
  • Driver's License
  • Own vehicle for newsletter drops


For further information please download the Volunteer Role Description in the Document Library on the right hand side of the page. Expressions of interest for the role can be made online below or by emailing community.development@mitchellshire.vic.gov.au.

Applications due no later than Monday 30 April 2018.

Volunteers wanted!

Mitchell Shire Council are looking for volunteers passionate about promoting positive ageing throughout our community. As a Seniors Newsletter volunteer, you will be responsible for contributing interesting content to the bi-monthly newsletter, distributing hard copies of the newsletter throughout our municipality and helping to grow the online database of subscribers so that the newsletter can continue to grow as an ongoing sustainable activity for the Shire.

A minimum of two volunteers are required:

  1. North Ward volunteer: To deliver newsletters within the areas of Broadford and Seymour
  2. South Ward volunteer: To deliver newsletters within the areas of Wallan and Kilmore


Expected hours

Approximately 3 hours on a bi-monthly basis for collecting, sorting and delivering newsletters across your designated areas within the Shire. The day, time and location for where this could take place is negotiable and can be flexible to your personal requirements to undertake the role.

It is expected that you will contribute roughly 1hr per week in your own time, working towards growing the online database and collecting interesting content to submit for Mitchell Shire Council to include in the newsletter.


General requirements

  • Working with Children Check
  • Driver's License
  • Own vehicle for newsletter drops


For further information please download the Volunteer Role Description in the Document Library on the right hand side of the page. Expressions of interest for the role can be made online below or by emailing community.development@mitchellshire.vic.gov.au.

Applications due no later than Monday 30 April 2018.

  • Expression of Interest

    Please fill in the expression of interest form online to apply for this volunteer position no later than Monday 30 April 2018.

    Applicants will be contacted by the Community Development Officer to review your application and suitability for the role. Successful volunteers will undertake a brief induction with Mitchell Shire Council and commence their role from June 2018. 

    Please fill in the expression of interest form online to apply for this volunteer position no later than Monday 30 April 2018.

    Applicants will be contacted by the Community Development Officer to review your application and suitability for the role. Successful volunteers will undertake a brief induction with Mitchell Shire Council and commence their role from June 2018. 

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