Volunteer for us
Our volunteers play an important part in our organisation. By volunteering with Cancer Council Tasmania you will be helping fellow Tasmanian’s impacted by cancer. We have a variety of roles available to suit your experience, skills, interests and your availability.
If you’d like to find out more and how you can become part of our team, please contact us on 1300 65 65 85.
Current Volunteer Roles:
Cancer Support Centre Volunteer – Sandy Bay
A rewarding and important role, attending to the needs of the general public who will visit Cancer Council Tasmania’s Cancer Support Centre and Shop located in Sandy Bay.
This is a highly rewarding position for those who have a warm and welcoming personality and strong customer service skills. Members of the public visit our Support Centre and Shop every weekday, seeking assistance in a variety of forms. Cancer Council Tasmania’s support services staff are seeking volunteers who enjoy meeting and greeting visitors, addressing customer retail needs and helping wherever they may be needed in a new purpose built homely environment. Volunteers who work in this role are people who enjoy the sense of giving something back to the community and feeling a part of a team.
A mature individual with a warm and friendly manner and good oral communication skills. Experience in retail would be an advantage. Potential candidates will need to display a genuine interest in assisting members of the public who visit the Centre and Shop as well as a desire to assist Support Services staff when needed.
For further information, please contact Marg McKenzie, Cancer Support Coordinator on 03 6169 1900 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Head & Neck Cancer Support Group Co-Facilitator- Sandy Bay
We are seeking a volunteer to co-facilitate the Head and Neck Cancer Support Group with a member of the staff from CCT.
The Cancer Support Group provides support for people impacted by any cancer of the head and neck. Meetings are held on the second Thursday of every month at 10am in our Sandy Bay Support Centre. Potential volunteers would need to display an interest in supporting individuals who have been diagnosed with any cancer and their carers, and a willingness to work alongside a trained Facilitator.
For further information, please contact Karen Rogers, Cancer Support Worker on 03 6169 1900 or email@example.com