Manna Gum Community House (MGCH) is an equal employment opportunity employer. We recognise and value all abilities, inclusion and diversity and encourage all people from culturally, linguistically and other diverse backgrounds to apply for our positions. We are a child safe organisation, you can read our Commitment to Child Safety here.
Casual, 6 hours a week during school terms
The Youth Worker will coordinate and deliver the ‘Our Place’ youth group which runs weekly during school terms on Monday nights at Manna Gum Community House. It was established in 2020 and has a regular attendance of between 10 and 25 young people each session, aged between 11 and 16 from the Corner Inlet area. It is a safe place for young people to meet with their friends, connect with other young people and more broadly with members of their local community. The program is supported by volunteers and a hot meal is served.
Please forward applications to firstname.lastname@example.org or P.O. Box 176, Foster VIC 3960
Becoming a volunteer
Manna Gum Community House Committee of Management acknowledges the valuable contribution of its volunteers.
As a not-for-profit organisation, we rely on volunteer support to reach our full potential and provide the Corner Inlet community with the services it deserves.
The Volunteers Handbook is for those donating their precious time to volunteer at the Manna Gum Community House. It is an important resource you can refer to for information and advice.
The handbook outlines the services Manna Gum Community House offers and what you can do as a volunteer to help make these services sustainable and of benefit to the community. The handbook also outlines our facilities and the role of volunteers.