Why work for us?
Are you excited about using your skills to make a difference? Do you want to help build more inclusive communities that support the health and wellbeing of people with a disability? Then Sporting Wheelies and Disabled Association could be the employer you’re looking for.
- the experience of working for one of the most respected not-for-profit organisations in Queensland with a national reputation for innovation and quality service delivery since 1977
- a friendly work environment with supportive team members who are professional and passionate about what they do
- a commitment to helping you achieve your best through training and development opportunities
- the opportunity to be inspired and motivated every day by the people we support
There are currently no staff vacancies. Please join our recruitment mailing list to stay up to date with vacancies as they become available.
Please join our recruitment mailing list to stay up to date with vacancies as they become available.
For more information about working for us, contact Susan Solakovic, HR and Volunteer Coordinator, on (07) 3253 3333 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our athletes can only achieve their best with the support of coaches, team managers, equipment maintenance staff, project officers and a range of other support staff. If you have a background in sport/recreation/fitness, have worked with people with a disability or have other relevant experience, you can make an important contribution as part of our team. Support staff positions may be paid or voluntary (indicated on the position description). Training may be provided where relevant.
If you are interested in volunteering with us in 2016, please complete a Membership Application Form to register your interest.
Please Note: A Positive Notice Blue Card or Working with Children check is a requirement of all volunteer positions.
Current volunteer opportunities
We are seeking volunteers to fill various key positions at the Hells Bells: Queensland Goalball Championships 2017, being held in the beautiful city of Cairns.
The Hells Bells: Queensland Goalball Championships 2017 will see some of Australia’s top goalball players go head to head in a series of matches across two days of intense competition. This event provides excellent sports entertainment while giving you the opportunity to see the action up close, while your support helps the event run smoothly. Goalball is an exciting Paralympic team sport for athletes with vision impairment and sighted players. Two teams of three blindfolded players throw a bell-ball towards their opponent’s goal, using their body to protect their own goal. The game requires team communication, coordination and strategic skills, and offers many social and physical benefits.
The following volunteer positions are available: Manual Scoresheet Attendants, Electronic Scoreboard Attendants, 10 Second Timer, Goal Judge, Photographer with own camera, Drivers (must be over the age of 25)
Register your interest: please complete the Volunteer Registration Form and return it to email@example.com by Wednesday 5 July 2017.
We are seeking volunteers to fill various key positions at the first round of the Boccia Tri-series, to be held in Capalaba (East Brisbane).
The Boccia Tri-series takes place over a four month period July, August and October with the finale being the Boccia Battle State Championships in November 2017. Boccia is a bowling game for players of all ability levels (similar to the Italian game of ‘bocce’). It requires concentration, strategy and accuracy rather than strength. Boccia can be played socially and competitively up to Paralympic level!
The following positions are available: Time keeper / Scorer, General event assist, Photographer with own camera.
Location: Coolnwynpin State School, 6 Telaska Court Capalaba, Qld 4157
Dates: Sunday 30 July 2017
Times: 8am to 5pm (approximately)
Training: Full training is be provided
Register your interest: please complete the Volunteer Registration Form and return it to firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday 21 July 2017.
The Association is seeking one or two volunteers to assist the Program Officer with all aspects of Boccia training, game and event preparation for 2017.
Location: CPL Building Gladstone, 62 Toolooa Street, Gladstone QLD 4680
Times: 5pm to 6pm each Thursday evening
Training: Training will be provided through on the job supervision and support
Register your interest: please contact Susan Solakovic, HR and Volunteers Coordinator on 07 3235 3333 or email email@example.com as soon as possible.
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