Volunteer Role | Cafe crew member
You are skilled in making people feel valued, special and most of all, appreciated. You are an expert listener, able to remember details through keen observation and focused attention. Everyone you come across leaves with a smile and an unforgettable experience. Your contribution will see our girls learning key skills to becoming great service leaders in our community.
- Effectively communicate and engage with customers and team members to deliver a memorable cafe experience
- Attentive to details and pro-actively provide customers with value-added services
- Maintain a safe and clean workplace
- Clear tables and run drink and food orders accurately
- Support the Barista and Kitchen Supervisor with ad-hoc tasks
- Lead the way for our Program Participants who are eager to learn the skills you have
Preferences: Availability on the weekends from 8am-2pm
Competencies for your reference:
- Effective Communication
- Effective Customer Service
- Teamwork and Collaboration
- Conflict Resolution
- Resilience under pressure
GROUNDSPERSON | Handyman/woman role (available)
We are seeking a hands-on person who enjoys working in the great outdoors. Our property in Kalamunda has extensive grounds and we need someone/s to help us maintain and improve them.
There’s the never-ending mowing, pruning, trimming and weeding for starters. And, if you have the skills and the desire, there are also all those handyman jobs—fixing anything that breaks eg; doors, furniture, flat tyres, storm water drains, reticulation and the list goes on.
If you can spare a day or two on a regular basis, we would love to talk to you.
THERAPEUTIC SERVICES | Counsellors, Psychologists, Psychotherapist, Art Therapists (THERAPIES)
The therapeutic services team sits within the Programs & Services department in the Foundation. You will have the opportunity to work with some of the most vulnerable women in Australia with a range of wellbeing challenges including but not limited to:
- deep seated traumas
- post-traumatic stress
- sexual abuse
- disassociation disorder
- and other mental health issues
The therapy provided by practitioners complement the programs run by the Programs and Services department. This offers the program participants a comprehensive range of holistic services to support their recovery. Areas of interest identified in the following roles include but are not limited to the list provided. The team operates interactively to serve participants at their point of need. If you have specific interest in working with teenagers, this is also another area of need.
Counsellors/Psychotherapists – Licensed Professionals who can support the values and ethos of the Organization are invited to consider volunteering to join our team. Areas of interest include, Trauma Therapy, Cognitive Therapy, Narrative Therapy, both individual and group Therapy.
Psychologist - Licensed Professionals who can support the values and ethos of the Organization are invited to consider volunteering to join our team. Medicare rebate but not the gap fee, is available to reimburse for services. Areas of interest include, Trauma Therapy, EMDR Therapy, PTSD
Art Therapist - This position includes working two days a week in a volunteer capacity. You will be working with a current therapist who will support you as we increase in participant numbers. Both individual and group work apply. A key task of this position includes facilitating our yearly fundraising ‘Silent Auction of Art Works’ of our participants. The Art Works are created over several months during workshops and external artists contribute to the project.
Practicum students – Esther Foundations offers the opportunity for counselors and or social workers. To complete no less than 200 hours of practicum with 50 hours of supervision.
Mentoring Roles – we are looking for mentors and life coaches to support women and girls in the journey towards recovery. Experience mentoring/working with trauma affected individuals is highly desirable but not a pre-requisite