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AHRI Volunteer Community

Sharing your knowledge and expertise with others in your profession can be one of the most rewarding career experiences. The contribution of volunteers is critical to AHRI’s success as Australia’s only professional association for Human Resources.

Drawing on the expertise and involvement of members, we create awareness of workplace issues, promote excellence in human resources management practices and provide services that support the HR community, knowledge-sharing and continuous professional development.

The AHRI volunteer community offers short and medium term volunteering opportunities that allow you to contribute your time and talent in either long-term or small, convenient increments.

HOW DO I APPLY?

It’s easy to become an AHRI volunteer. First, peruse the list of volunteer opportunities below. To find out more about a specific opportunity, click on the individual role. This will outline the responsibilities and skills required as well as the application process.

The team at AHRI will contact you when an opportunity for contribution arises. Each volunteer opportunity will be matched according to the skills required. Volunteer selections will be made based on AHRI’s needs and cannot guarantee selection or placement.

Qualify for Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Hours

Professional members who volunteer with AHRI are eligible for CPD points.  Points vary according to specific opportunities and are defined in each of the role outlines.

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

Click on any of the below opportunities to read more detail.

Short term

Longer term

AHRI PROCOVER

Professional members receive free professional indemnity insurance as part of their membership.

Did you know...

That AHRI represents around 20,000 HR professionals from Australia and around the globe?

70 YEARS OF HR IN AUSTRALIA

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