What type of volunteering opportunities does Professional Services Collective provide?

Volunteers can gain a hands-on and diverse range of experience under several departments. These include office administration, mentoring, vocational education and training, marketing & research, Grant writing and web design and development. If you are unsure about what you want to do, our staffs from the HR department will talk to you about your skills and interests and help you find an activity that meets your needs.

Where are the volunteering opportunities located?

All our volunteering opportunities are located in our office at Yeerongpilly in Brisbane and we may be able to assist people with remote volunteering based on the individual case scenario.

What are the benefits of volunteering with PSC?

When you volunteer with PSC you get involved in real projects, experience working in an office environment, building a professional network with a diverse group of people, who are passionate and motivated about gaining experience in their area of expertise.

Does PSC ‘hire’ volunteers?

Occasionally. But all volunteers must go through the application process and depending on the vacancy with the organisation and potential employers matching the required skill-set.

What do I have to do become a volunteer at PSC?

All PSC volunteers will be screened according to HR policies. After completing the Online application form, you will be contacted via telephone/e-mail to discuss the volunteering opportunity you have applied for. You will also attend an interview session, if you are successful it will be followed by volunteer induction.

What kind of skills do I need to have to start volunteering?

All our volunteers are a reflection of diversity and have various different reasons to volunteer. All volunteer positions advertised on our website have basic requirements for each role. The skills, qualities and experience you bring will be taken into consideration. We provide full on the job training to all our volunteers.

How many hours do I have to commit to?

This is really up to you. But preferably a minimum two days due to the fact that it’s easier to delegate and assign projects and schedule work when more hours are committed. But we can work around you, based on your availability because we do understand your other commitments as our current volunteers also, study and work on a part-time basis.

Will I be working with other volunteers?

Most of our volunteer roles involve working with other volunteers and staff members. We provide volunteer support throughout your volunteering placement with us.

What support will I have once I am volunteering?

Once you are placed in your volunteer role, you will meet your supervisor. They will explain how things work, what they need you to do and learn, and also be available to answer your questions. If you have any question your supervisor cannot answer, you can approach our HR Manager.

Will you provide me with a reference for potential jobs I apply for?


I am interested. What do I do now?

Fill in Online application form under the volunteering opportunities. Click Here.