Volunteering with Lord Somers Camp and Power House you will see the work you do make a difference in the community and become part of a team that is enthusiastic and passionate about achieving excellent results.
Program Quality Framework - Committee Members
Do you have experience/interest/skills/connections or are studying in the areas of; marketing, research, program design, program evaluation, coaching and training?
If so, we would love to hear from you!
PQF is responsible for the evaluation of all LSC&PH Programs and using data to secure the ongoing funding for our amazing programs to run. In the next 12 months we will be working on strengthening research partnerships with Deakin University, providing training for members and creating a new PQF for the organisation. We meet quarterly and share a wealth of experience in the education, not for profit, research and community sectors. If you are interested in joining our small (but dynamic team!), please contact Brydon (Chair PQF).
The Journal - Manager
The Journal Manager facilitates the project management of developing The Journal for it's quarterly editions. The Journal Manager needs to be an organised individual, have experience in coordinating a team and not be afraid to follow up with members regularly for article submission.
If you are interested in the role, you can express your interest with a one page letter outlining your volunteer experience with LSC&PH and your reasons for applying. Applications are to be sent to Vikki Deak (Programs and Activities Manager) by COB Friday 22nd June.
Archives - team members
If you are interested in the history of Lord Somers Camp and Power House, our Archives team are looking for individuals to help document the history of our organisation and association programs.
The Archives team meets weekly at our Albert Park site, get in contact with us to express an interest in joining the team or to get more information. Applications are welcomed throughout the year.
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