We offer sessions in Victoria (Melbourne, Geelong, Albury-Wodonga), NSW (Sydney) and Tasmania (Hobart, Launceston). We are facilitating sessions face-to-face with some online sessions when needed. Therefore, our preference is for volunteers to be located in these regions.
If you are located outside of our operating locations and would like to join our volunteer team, please contact us at projectadmin@
We welcome actively practicing AHPRA registered health professionals of the following disciplines. Please be prepared to provide evidence of your AHPRA registration.
- Nursing and Midwifery
Final year students of all above professions are also invited to join our volunteer team. You will be required to provide evidence of enrolment and final year status from your university.
All volunteers including final year students will require an active Working with Children Check, or their States equivalent*, evidence of your personal professional indemnity insurance, and evidence of your COVID-19 vaccination status.
Those individuals who are not eligible to facilitate health education sessions are able to volunteer for other roles on The Water Well Project committees which are not involved in the facilitation of health education sessions.
If you have any questions regarding our eligibility criteria, please feel free to email us.
*Please see below for state-specific information on how to obtain Working with Children Checks
- VIC: In Victoria, applications for a volunteer Working with Children card can be made at https://online.justice.vic.gov.au/wwccu/onlineapplication.doj.
- NSW: In NSW all volunteers are required to have a Working With Children Check, applications are done through service NSW via this link https://www.service.nsw.gov.au/transaction/apply-working-children-check
- TAS: In Tasmania, all volunteers are required to have a current Working With Vulnerable People Registration. Applications to register for a card/ number can be found on the Department of Justice Website www.cbos.tas.gov.au For more information from The Department of Justice email@example.com or 1300 65 44 99