COVID-19 and our work
In the interests of public health for both our volunteers and the schools we serve, we have made the decision not to deliver any school workshops until the COVID-19 epidemic has passed. However, this does not mean we are stopping our efforts to deliver interactive educational workshops to regional students in Australia. Instead, we have decided to focus on developing workshops that can be delivered online.
We are currently seeking volunteers who are interested and willing to help us design online workshops that are ideal for schools that sit outside our geographical range. In particular, we are looking for three types of contributors (see below).
Workshop Ideas/Concepts – if you have a few ideas around online delivery of workshops that you wouldn’t mind sharing with us, we’d love to hear from you! If we’re thinking of taking it further, we’ll get in touch and see if you’d like to take part in helping with the design too!
Workshop Designer – if you’re interested in having a bit more responsibility and are interested in developing educational material, we’d love to have a chat and see what you’d be interested in working on 🙂
Workshop Tester – if we’re making new workshops, we’re going to need feedback! If you’re interested in testing our workshops and giving us feedback on how we can improve our offerings, please let us know and we can add your name to our list of workshop testers!
If you’re interested in helping out, let us know via this form!
If you’re also interested in our leadership roles, we’d love to hear from you! Given current circumstances, we have waived the application deadline and will keep applications open. We will assess candidates on a rolling basis, as applications are received. See below for our roles.
Note: You can find our ‘How to apply’ information at the end of this page.
Equivalent to Club President. Support the development of the leadership team, establish project priorities based on feedback, and make sure the leadership team feels supported in what they do. You can find the role description on pages 1-2 of this document.
OUTREACH PARTNER LIAISON
Organise equipment lending and MOUs (memorandum of understanding) with existing partners, and find new partners to help us design new School Workshops. You can find the role description on pages 3-4 of this document.
Schedule School Workshops with regional schools in our network, and reach out to new schools. You can find the role description on pages 5-6 of this document.
Organise and run Training Workshops to make sure our volunteers are confident in delivering School Workshops. You can find the role description on pages 7-8 of this document.
Be the point of contact for volunteers regarding all things trip-related – from itineraries to organising trip teams. You can find the role description on pages 9-10 of this document.
WORKSHOP DEVELOPMENT COORDINATOR
Help us create new workshops so that we can ensure we always have new and exciting activities to offer to schools. You can find the role description on pages 11-12 of this document.
Interested in a position?
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know the following:
- How did you hear about Engage?
- What position are you interested in and why do you want the role? i.e. What attracts you to Engage and to this position?
- Why do we want you? i.e. What you bring to the team and to the role, what relevant experience do you have?
Our application timeline is as follows:
Application deadline: None. The current recruitment round will be first in best dressed, as we will receive applications on a rolling basis and assess candidates as applications come in.
Interview round: We will aim to organise interviews with successful first-round candidates within two weeks of receiving applications.
Meet the team: If you get the role (and we hope you do!), we’d love to meet you to meet the team as soon as possible (while respecting public health measures).
Best of luck – we’re looking forward to working with you!