Was giving back to your local community one of your New Year’s resolutions for 2023? Why not join PIPS to volunteer some time supporting vulnerable families and their babies?!
PIPS is looking for amazing volunteers who can give a few hours each week, Tuesday - Friday, within school hours. This role would suit someone who has a passion for order and loves organising. By sorting and organising donations, you would be ensuring that items we gift to whanau in the community are of the best quality and meet health and safety standards.
The tasks may change daily and usually include:
● Sorting and organising baby and maternity clothing, bedding or nursery items
● Cleaning/sanitising nursery equipment ie.Capsules and prams etc.
● Assembling and checking donated nursery equipment i.e. bouncers or cots
● Keeping the centre clean and tidy i.e. vacuuming, wiping down toys and surfaces etc.
Training is provided. Ideally, we would be looking for 6 month + commitment but we are happy to discuss this.
We can offer a great team environment, experience and skill development and the opportunity to give back to your local community helping vulnerable babies and whanau to thrive and grow.
This role contributes to United Nations Sustainable Development Goal
10 Reduced Inequalities
A good eye for detail.
Positive, non-judgmental and compassionate attitude.
Ability to follow administrative procedure, have clear communication, and hold the values of confidentiality, boundaries, and ethics.
Reliable and a team player that adds to the welcoming and inclusive environment of PIPS.
Awareness of your own strengths, capabilities and weaknesses.
Effective listening skills and able to follow directions .
A willingness to learn and receive constructive feedback.
A Ministry of Justice background check is required for this role.
2 - 5 hours per week or more if mutually agreed
The first step is to express your interest by filling out the form below. We will then put you in touch directly with the organisation for more information on the role and how to proceed.
Applicants for this role are required to give this organisation permission to check their criminal conviction history with the Ministry of Justice.
You can find out more about this process on the Ministry of Justice website: