Living & Learning Nillumbik

Social Games Activity Coordinator

Activity coordinator – Social games

Volunteer position description



To help provide a welcoming environment to support participants of the weekly social games activity.


Diamond Creek Neighbourhood House, 119 Cowin St, Diamond Creek


  • In collaboration with the Neighbourhood House Coordinator and other volunteers, support a range of games and activities to provide a social connection avenue for local residents.
  • Assist participants in feeling comfortable and engaging easily with other participants and foster a relaxed and friendly environment.
  • Keep up to date attendance records.
  • Continually evaluate and adjust the program to meet the needs of participants.
  • Assist with promotional activities
  • Attend an annual review meeting
  • General administration duties
  • Enter required data into the volunteer management database in Better Impact


Neighbourhood House Coordinator


2 hours per week during term time (Thursday afternoons)



  • Ability to demonstrate or clearly communicate information, ideas or skills
  • Ability to facilitate engagement by all participants in the activity
  • Enjoy interacting with people
  • Enthusiasm for life-long learning


Organisational induction training will be provided. All Living & Learning Nillumbik volunteer supervisors provide an open door communication environment for volunteers encouraging any questions to be asked and concerns to be raised


  • Police Check
  • Two reference checks
  • Completion of the Child Safe Standards online training with NSC is mandatory


Criminal Background Checks


If your role requires you to work with vulnerable members of the community, valuable Council assets or confidential information, the position has a requirement for a criminal background check.  It is also a requirement that you advise Council if you are convicted of a criminal charge during the term of your volunteer position.






Living & Learning Nillumbik Vision and Mission

Our Vision:

We imagine a world of resilient people and connected communities


To work together with individuals, local communities and government to create a range of opportunities where people share, learn and connect