Are you looking for a new challenge?

Are you committed to the welfare of seniors in Sydney’s Jewish community?

Are you seeking a way to remain active after retirement?

Are you selfless, skilled, and dedicated to the ongoing welfare of your peers?

Would you like to become a volunteer at COA?

Then its time to join our amazing volunteer team, doing any one of a variety of volunteer roles in the community and at our Centre.

  • Kosher Meals-on-Wheels delivery
  • In-House Catering
  • Hall-Hosting
  • Convening / Presenting small group activity
  • Clerical / Computer work
  • Accounts
  • Management / Governance
  • Transport - Bus Driving and Assisting
  • Transport - for COA members to appointments, events, and to the centre
  • Home Visiting
  • Regular Phone Calls to isolated members made from home or our offices
  • Shopping Service for people with mobility issues and financial constraints
  • Packing Hardship and Festival Parcels
  • Hannah Meyer Project delivering Friday night candle lighting and festival celebrations to Jewish residents in Non-denominational aged care facilities.

We are looking to urgently fill the below vacancies in our organisation

In-House Catering

We are seeking a person of mild happy temperament to work with our existing in-house catering team on Monday and Wednesday mornings, making lunches for the days participants.

Skills: The job does not require any particular skills

Shifts: Shifts start at 8am and finish at 2:30pm, although the end time may be negotiated. 

Bus Driver

COA has two mini buses (10 & 12 seats) which pick up people from the local area.

  • On Monday and Wednesday centre participants are picked up between 9 and 10.30 am and are delivered home again after 2pm
  • On Tuesday and Thursday we run outings where participants are picked up from and home and the centre and taken on an outing for a few hours, with the destinations decided on the day. 

If you can drive a minibus and are intersed in either or both of these driving options please contact COA's Operations Manager 

Occasional Transport Driver

Many COA members are to frail to use buses and need a private car to;

  • get to and from the COA centre 
  • get to and from appointments, particularly in the city
  • attend special COA events held outside the Krygier Centre

If you are a driver, have a car, and are able to help on occasion, please consider putting your name on our "special transport" volunteer list.

You may be asked to drive very rarely, but when transport is needed you will be contacted. 

To put you name on the list please speak to our Transport Manager or Office Manager