Volunteer Information

Each year a small number of veterinary volunteers have the opportunity to work with Indigenous communities in some of the remotest areas of Australia. In these surroundings the volunteer’s experience is full of challenges, physical, mental and sometimes emotional, but the work provides a unique insight, and can bring great satisfaction. Our veterinary and vet nurse volunteers fulfil an important role by increasing the impact of the program with their skills.

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Volunteer Information

Outline any relevant experience working in a community development setting’ and for veterinary experience.


Outline any relevant experience doing veterinary work under challenging circumstances.

Why do you want to volunteer for AMRRIC?*

Do you have a current ‘working with children clearance’ card.  If so?

What is the notice number on the front of the card?
Expiry date
If yes, please outline the details of your removal

Medical Condition Disclosure

If yes, please provide details of your medical condition(s):
If yes, please provide the name(s) and dosage(s)
If yes, please provide details:
If yes, please provide details:
Special Dietary Requirements

Emergency Contacts

Volunteer Emergency Contact Name*
Volunteer Emergency Contact Relation*
Volunteer Emergency Contact Home Phone
Volunteer Emergency Contact Mobile*
Volunteer Emergency Contact Work Phone
Volunteer Emergency Contact Email
Volunteer Emergency Contact 2: Name*
Volunteer Emergency Contact 2: Relation*
Volunteer Emergency Contact 2: Home Phone
Volunteer Emergency Contact 2: Mobile*
Volunteer Emergency Contact 2: Work Phone
Volunteer Emergency Contact 2: Email



To complete your application, you need to send your Curriculum Vitae to bonny.cumming@amrric.org . For veterinarians, also include a copy of your veterinary registration.

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