Goldbridge’s successful operating would not be possible without the invaluable support of its group of committed volunteers.
The criteria to become a professional volunteer is participation in the Therapeutic Community program; on-going connection with Goldbridge through debrief sessions, training and support groups; obtaining a ‘Blue Card’ from the Children’s Commission and participation in an interview process.
We invite you to:
Request a Position Description
Submit a written application for the position
Attend an interview. If successful – read and sign the Goldbridge Code of Ethics
Complete shadow shifts covering week night and weekend day shifts for a nominated period of time.
Advise the person in charge of the rosters of your availability for shifts
Commencement of Supervisor shifts after a nominated period of time
Meet with the program Coordinators to review shadow shifts and receive approval to commence shifts.
Support is offered to our professional volunteers through:
Submission of Blue Card applications
On-call staff available for clarification and support of role
2 supervisors on each shift
Supervisor training workshops
Accredited First Aid training provided
Accredited CPR updates provided
Certificate of Recognition as a Volunteer