Volunteering strengthens and connects our community, improving the health and wellbeing of both residents and volunteers.
Council volunteer vacancies currently available
Council has a wide range of volunteer programs
To view a full list of programs and/or register your interest for future vacancies apply here
Other volunteer vacancies within our City
When: Monday fortnightly
Time: 3.45pm - 5pm
Where: Tea Tree Gully Library
We are looking for volunteers to assist the Library in delivering a range of children’s programs with a focus on coding and robotics. Volunteers require a basic knowledge of coding and confidence using a wide range of programs or be tech savvy and willing to learn some new skills.
People with experience working with children and a passion for digital technologies are encouraged to apply. If you are interested, please register here
Time: 10am - 3pm
Where: Holden Hill Men's Shed, Valiant Rd, Holden Hill
The Tea Tree Gully Community Men’s Shed Is looking for experienced woodworkers with good skills in the use of wood machinery to supervise and assist other likeminded men & women with projects of all types. If you are interested, please register here
Road & Cycle Safety Centre volunteer
When: as required
Time: as required
Where: Road & Cycle Safety Centre, Hazel Grove, Ridgehaven
The Road and Cycle Safety Centre offers educational sessions for individuals, class groups and birthday parties. The sessions are run after school, on the weekend and during school holidays. We are looking for outgoing people who are good communicators to assist and eventually become trainers in their own right. No experience necessary - training will be provided for the right people. If you are interested, please register here
Would you like to use your talents to help Council connect with its residents while gaining experience as a content creator?
We are seeking skilled videographers with a keen eye and a passion for the area to help build our video library. Ideally, you will have previous experience in videography, post production and editing skills, your own equipment, good people skills and access to transport.
Key duties include set-up and operate video equipment to capture people, events, objects and works within the City, edit video content for use within approved communication channels, upload and catalogue video footage. You will be required to attend planning/briefing meetings as necessary. If you are interested, please register here
When: as negotiated
Where: City of Tea Tree Gully
We are seeking skilled photographers with a keen eye and passion for the area to help build Council's photographic library . You will use a variety of photographic equipment to capture people, events, objects and scenes within our City for print and digital applications. This is an opportunity to gain practical photographic experience, express your creativity whilst also building your own portfolio.
Previous photographic experience, your own camera, good people skills and access to your own transport are required. If you are interested, please register here
Bush for Life - bushcarer
The Bush for Life program - part of Trees for Life, in partnership with Tea Tree Gully Council are seeking energetic people to help care for bushland in this City. Volunteers can join a group activity or adopt a local site. Training provided. If you are interested, please register here
When: Monday - Friday
Time: 11am - 1pm
Where: 102 Ladywood Road, Modbury Heights
The Modbury branch is currently recruiting drivers and deliverers to team up, deliver a delicious three-course meal and provide valuable social contact for many people in our community.
Drivers are required to use own car (petrol reimbursement available). Minimum 3 month commitment required. Meals on Wheels are authorised to conduct Crimtrac Police Checks if a current one is not held. If you are interested, please register here
When: Wednesdays - 14th August to the 5th September 2019
Time: 9am - 3pm
Join the volunteer team at this important urban biodiversity corridor to assist with the creation of new trail linkages, which will connect communities to open spaces. These will create greater access for both walkers and riders to the reserve adjacent to the River Torrens, allowing more members of the public to explore the brilliant Highbury Aqueduct.
For more information and to register please visit the Conservation Volunteers website https://bookings.conservationvolunteers.org/project/linking-communities-to-open-spaces-at-the-highbury-aqueduct-reserve
Road Watch – Adopt A Road is a KESAB program providing an avenue for individuals, organisations, school and community groups and businesses to help maintain litter free sections of roadside within South Australia.
In addition to the aesthetic benefits of cleaner roadsides, the volunteer program helps to prevent potential pollutants from entering local waterways. It helps to improve the quality of remnant vegetation and aids in habitat protection, prevents soil degradation or erosion, and enhances local communities through landscaping, while promoting civic responsibility, community pride. If you are interested, please register here