This rewarding volunteer role involves collecting animals from Ipswich RSPCA Shelter and  transferring them to Wacol Campus each week. 

A dedicated animal transfer vehicle is provided. This role requires the volunteer to have initiative and common sense as they will be responsible for the safe transportation of animals. A courteous and considerate driver whom represents the RSPCA in a positive manner (whilst driving a vehicle that clearly displays the RSPCA logo). It also involves interaction with outside agencies which are vital contacts for the RSPCA.

This volunteer role is currently available on Tuesday from 7.30am. A weekly commitment of at least one shift for a minimum of three months is required. Full orientation and training is provided.

Skills required – Current open driver’s licence - sound driving ability, able to tow a trailer and cope in traffic. Good people and animal handling skills.

Skills to be gained – Improved animal handling skills. Understanding of RSPCA shelter operations.

Benefits – Helping animals small and large. Great opportunity to make a huge difference in your local community.

Volunteer characteristics required – Commitment, trustworthy, reliable and a love of animals.

PLEASE NOTE: As part of volunteering with us you will be required to purchase an RSPCA Volunteer T-shirt for $30. It is also a requirement that you have an up to date Tetanus vaccination before handling animals at the RSPCA.

For further information, please contact our Ipswich Volunteer Program Support Team on volunteering.ipswich@rspcaqld.org.au or APPLY NOW below. 

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