Get InvolvedReady for a challenge? Volunteer with HepatitisWA!
HepatitisWA operates a telephone information & support service which is maintained by volunteer staff, and provides information on hepatitis A, B and C to the general community, and phone support to people affected by hepatitis. Volunteer staff can participate in our Needle & Syringe Program (NSP) which provides information, equipment and referral to people who chose to inject drugs. Additionally, volunteer staff have the opportunity to participate in health promotion and community education events such as University Orientation Days, Health Promotion Expos at schools as well as information stalls at community events.
Download a Volunteer Application Form here.
Applications will be short-listed and suitable applicants will be invited for an interview. All applicants will be advised of the outcome of their application and will be able to access feedback if required. Training dates for 2018 are yet to be advised.
Student Placement Program:
Interested in gaining work experience to support your studies? HepatitisWA has a student placement program that provides a unique work experience to a range of health and community engagement related disciplines and educational levels.
Board Members (Voluntary):
HepatitisWA’s mission is to provide leadership in community services in relation to hepatitis B and C. Our board members support our mission by providing a diverse range of experience, knowledge, and expertise. To learn more about board member applications please email Frank Farmer, Executive Director firstname.lastname@example.org
Hepatitis B Health Ambassadors:
HepatitisWA is looking for individuals who are of Sub-Saharan African, Asian or Middle Eastern background interested in contributing to the health of their community. If you have been living in Australia for 5 years, can speak and read English and are ready to develop new skills we would like to hear from you. For more information contact Amanda Siebert on (08) 9227 9802 or email email@example.com