- Our program interviews and inducts new team members throughout the year. We ask you to attend training programs that occur year-round and some festivals between November - April. We ask for our team members to commit to around 4 events a year, minimum.
- Each volunteer must understand that many of our festivals are on weekends and public holidays (like NYE) include night shifts, and many include camping.
- Each volunteer must understand that I am making a commitment to volunteer at festivals where my friends/peers may be partying. We ask our volunteers to uphold their commitments.
The role of the GBV/Trauma Counsellor is specialised and requires volunteers to have appropriate post grad qualifications in Social Work, Counselling, Psychology, or for someone to have had extensive experience in the community services sector.
Interviews will take place for these roles with the GBV Service Manager and a Team Coordinator
You must submit your CV and participate in an interview. Submitting your interest does not necessarily mean you will be successfully onboarded as a volunteer for this service.
HRVic recognises your personal information as confidential and will manage it according to law and we will not share such information outside our organisation. We will use your personal information to contact you about HRVic & DanceWize-related topics.
All other questions are designed to ensure you understand the nature of the DanceWize program and that we are a culturally appropriate fit for each other.
As such, the de-identified answers to these may be shared with our funder, the Department of Health and Human Services, or other community, training, or research organisations for the purposes of improving the DanceWize program.
To read more about personal information start here: https://oaic.gov.au/privacy/guidance-and-advice/what-is-personal-information/