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Work with us

Working at Redkite is more than a job

Helping families take on their child’s cancer is tough, but it’s also rewarding. Work with us and you’ll be changing lives.

For more than 35 years we have had a single purpose: to be a lifeline for families facing their child’s cancer. When you work for Redkite, you are part of a highly skilled, driven and experienced team who are determined to make sure that no matter where a family lives in Australia, they can receive Redkite support.

Why Join us?

Salary packaging

We offer a salary packaging scheme to reduce your taxable income and increase your take-home pay.

Leave benefits

In addition to standard leave entitlements, you have the option to purchase additional annual leave and have access to Redkite Wellbeing Days.

Work-life balance

We believe that work-life balance means more than just flexibility. It’s a culture that leaves space for family, community, and finding meaning in activities beyond work.

Health promoting workplace

We are regularly implementing ways to enhance our physical and mental wellbeing in the workplace.

Employee Assistance Program

The Employee Assistance Program is a free, confidential independent counselling service offered to all members of the Redkite team.

The recruitment process

We follow clear and transparent recruitment practices which include: interviews, references, psychometric testing and Working with Children & National Police Checks relevant to the state in which staff will be employed .

We also screen to make sure that anyone who joins Redkite is aligned to our values and our commitment to child safety (you can read our child safety statement here).

Current opportunities

Current Opportunities

Ready to join the team? Below are the roles currently available at Redkite.

Redkite’s latest job vacancies are advertised on SEEK and can be found here. If you have any questions about working for us or about the roles below, please email us at careers@redkite.org.au

  • Join our passionate team making a real difference to families facing childhood cancer
  • Work for one of Australia’s most respected national charities
  • Multiple opportunities, full time and/or part time, based in Sydney

The role:

These roles will provide assessment, psychosocial support and therapeutic counselling to children and young people (up to 18 years old) with a diagnosis of cancer, their families and support networks. 

In addition, this role may be involved in the planning and delivery of both video based and face to face support groups, and in supporting the delivery of services to families across multiple settings. Due to the nature of the work, some evening and weekend hours may be required from time to time.

About you:

The position is ideal for someone who has had some experience providing support to children and their families. The successful candidate must be able to demonstrate the following skills & experience:

  • A tertiary Social Work qualification recognised by the Australian Association of Social Workers (AASW)
  • Eligibility for membership of the AASW
  • A minimum of 2 years’ post-qualifying experience of providing psychosocial support and therapeutic counselling to children, young people (up to 18 years old) and families
  • An ability to exercise advanced independent professional judgement to facilitate complex professional and clinical decisions
  • An ability to establish and maintain collaborative partnerships with internal and external key stakeholders in relation to optimising service delivery outcomes

Highly regarded:

  • Oncology experience or experience working in hospital or health setting
  • Experience coordinating services for people with multiple support needs
  • Experience in child counselling or Social Work with children
  • Experience managing hospital or other stakeholder relationships, and working collaboratively with external service providers
  • Eligibility for, or experience supervising a student

To Apply:

We’ll be checking applications as they come in, so don’t delay and apply via SEEK at https://www.seek.com.au/job/57634791

Please note, a cover letter addressing the above key criteria will assist us to identify your interest and alignment to the role, so it is highly recommended that you include a Cover Letter as well as your CV.

If you would like to discuss the role, please call Vanessa on (02) 9219 4074.


Redkite is committed to child safety. We follow clear and transparent recruitment practices which include; references, interviews, psychometric testing and Working with Children & National Police Checks relevant to the state in which staff will be employed. At every stage of the recruitment process we undertake thorough screening to ensure that anyone that joins the team aligns with our values and our commitment to child safety. Please note that only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

  • Join our passionate team making a real difference to families facing childhood cancer
  • Work for one of Australia’s most respected national charities
  • Brisbane-based full-time contract opportunity minimum 6 months offering salary packaging and hybrid work benefits

The role:

This role will provide assessment, psychosocial support and therapeutic counselling to children and young people (up to 18 years old) with a diagnosis of cancer, their families and support networks. 

In addition, you may be involved in the planning and delivery of both video based and face to face support groups, and in supporting the delivery of services to families across multiple settings. Due to the nature of the work, some evening and weekend hours may be required from time to time.

The position is backfilling a Redkite team member on secondment and will be for a minimum of 6 months, up to a 12 month period.

About you:

The position is ideal for someone who has had some experience providing support to children and their families. The successful candidate must be able to demonstrate the following skills & experience:

  • A tertiary Social Work qualification recognised by the Australian Association of Social Workers (AASW)
  • Eligibility for membership of the AASW
  • A minimum of 2 years’ post-qualifying experience of providing psychosocial support and therapeutic counselling to children, young people (up to 18 years old) and families
  • An ability to exercise advanced independent professional judgement to facilitate complex professional and clinical decisions
  • An ability to establish and maintain collaborative partnerships with internal and external key stakeholders in relation to optimising service delivery outcomes

Highly regarded:

  • Oncology experience or experience working in hospital or health setting
  • Experience coordinating services for people with multiple support needs
  • Experience in child counselling or Social Work with children
  • Experience managing hospital or other stakeholder relationships, and working collaboratively with external service providers
  • Eligibility for, or experience supervising a student

To Apply:

If you are ready to make a difference within an organisation that makes a difference, apply now at https://www.seek.com.au/job/57992929.

Please note, a cover letter addressing the above key criteria will assist us to identify your interest and alignment to the role, it is highly recommended that you include a Cover Letter as well as your CV.

We’ll be checking applications as they come in, so don’t delay.

If you would like to discuss the opportunity, please call Kirsty on 02 9219 4022.


Redkite is committed to child safety. We follow clear and transparent recruitment practices which include; references, interviews, psychometric testing and Working with Children & National Police Checks relevant to the state in which staff will be employed. At every stage of the recruitment process we undertake thorough screening to ensure that anyone that joins the team aligns with our values and our commitment to child safety. Please note that only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

  • Join our passionate and driven fundraising team making a difference for families facing childhood cancer
  • Permanent Part-time – Ideal entry level role for the not-for-profit sector
  • Use your fab people skills to build exceptional partner relationships in this rewarding role

The role:

Redkite is looking for an enthusiastic and motivated Corporate Partnerships Coordinator who enjoys connecting and engaging with people. This rewarding role is a key liaison with some of Redkite’s biggest corporate partners, including the community team at the Coles Group. This role will see you develop key relationships and implement engagement strategies and activities with corporate partners in Western Australia.

This role would suit a candidate with excellent time This role would suit a candidate with excellent time management skills with the ability to work independently and respond quickly to bring new ideas and activities to life. You will be part of a supportive and collaborative national team and have a passion for meeting new people. You will be the main point of contact for Coles Group team members, organise regular visits to Coles stores and Coles Express sites and be the ‘voice’ for Redkite when you’re out and about visiting our partners.

While charity fundraising experience is not essential, this is an ideal entry level role for the not-for-profit sector and an excellent opportunity to develop and grow your career by stepping into a challenging and varied role.

About you:

The successful candidate should demonstrate the following skills & experience:

  • Experience in building positive and authentic relationships with internal and external stakeholders with the ability to quickly build rapport.
  • Capability to deliver presentations within both formal and informal settings and learn to speak confidently about Redkite and its work.
  • Ability to develop and adapt communications to respond to changing circumstances.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills to enable phone and email communications.
  • Demonstrated success managing multiple tasks with shifting and short deadlines
  • Confidence with creative platforms, email, and ability to understand and use a CRM database.
  • Proven success working collaboratively as a part of team to build and improve processes, to share learnings and ideas, and to learn from teammates.
  • Current full driver’s license with own car.

To Apply:

If you’re ready to hit the ground running, apply now! Please send a cover letter addressing the above key criteria as well as a CV to careers@redkite.org.au.

We’ll be checking applications as they come in, so don’t delay.


Redkite is committed to child safety. We follow clear and transparent recruitment practices which include; references, interviews, psychometric testing and Working with Children & National Police Checks relevant to the state in which staff will be employed. At every stage of the recruitment process we undertake thorough screening to ensure that anyone that joins the team aligns with our values and our commitment to child safety. Please note that only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

  • Newly created position onsite at the Royal Children’s Hospital ensuring integrated support in hospital, and at home
  • Part-time 12-month contract opportunity with potential for extension/permanent role
  • Use your community support experience to make a tangible difference to the lives of families facing childhood cancer

The role:

The primary purpose of this position is to provide and facilitate support to families whose children are treated in Hospital following a cancer diagnosis. This includes Redkite’s diagnosis Red Bag distribution, registering families for Redkite services, providing information about relevant Redkite programs and other charity programs that may be of benefit. There will be a focus on supporting transitioning families from hospital support to Redkite’s community social work team as required, and facilitating peer support and activities on ward that meet family needs in collaboration with Royal Children’s Hospital (RCH) social work and oncology teams. This role works closely with relevant hospital team members at the RCH, in particular the social work team, to ensure integrated support is provided to family members both in the hospital, and at home.

About you:

The position is ideal for someone who has had some experience in providing community support services to children, young people and families. The successful candidate must be able to demonstrate the following skills & experience:

  • A minimum of 2 years’ experience providing community support services to children, young people and families
  • An ability to engage with and provide support to children, young people and families
  • An ability to establish and maintain collaborative partnerships with internal and external teams in relation to optimising service delivery outcomes
  • Case-noting and record-keeping skills
  • Diploma or equivalent qualification in a related field such as Community, Family or Human Services etc
  • A current Working with Children’s check or willingness to obtain one
  • Full vaccination (boosted) against Covid-19, in compliance with any public health orders, unless you have a medical exception
  • Willingness to comply with any direction given by RCH to be vaccinated against, or prove immunity to, any other disease, unless you have a relevant exemption

Desirable:

  • Previous employment in oncology or other health related support areas (including community agencies)
  • Experience in developing family support programs 

To Apply:

If you’re ready to hit the ground running, apply now! Please send a cover letter addressing the above key criteria as well as a CV to careers@redkite.org.au

We’ll be checking applications as they come in, so don’t delay.

Applicants from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds or who identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander are warmly encouraged to apply.

Redkite has a commitment to safeguarding our team members and the vulnerable community members we work with. In line with this, we expect all team members to be at least double vaccinated against COVID-19.


Redkite is committed to child safety. We follow clear and transparent recruitment practices which include; references, interviews, psychometric testing and Working with Children & National Police Checks relevant to the state in which staff will be employed. At every stage of the recruitment process we undertake thorough screening to ensure that anyone that joins the team aligns with our values and our commitment to child safety. Please note that only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

  • Join one of Australia’s most respected and innovative Corporate Partnerships teams at an incredibly exciting time for Redkite
  • Full-Time Permanent position based in Brisbane with opportunity for hybrid working
  • Use your business development and partnerships expertise to make a tangible difference to the lives of families facing childhood cancer

The role:

The Corporate Partnerships Manager – Business Development is a talented and highly motivated professional responsible for securing long term sustainable corporate partnerships for Redkite. The role is responsible for developing the new business pipeline, creating unique and mutually beneficial propositions for prospective partners, and securing new partnerships in the Queensland market. The role requires a considered approach with ability to deliver on fundraising targets.

About you:

The position is ideal for someone with solid experience in business development or corporate partnerships in a fundraising setting. The successful candidate must be able to demonstrate the following skills & experience:

  • 2-3 years’ demonstrated experience of new business development and achieving revenue targets in either corporate or philanthropic fundraising
  • Experience working in fundraising, new business development and/or corporate partnerships
  • Experience with the execution of a new business strategy and moves management against a sales pipeline
  • Proven sales and negotiating skills
  • Proven track record in preparing and pitching proposals to senior executives to secure corporate partnerships
  • Superior writing, editing and proofreading skills for proposals and stewardship reports
  • Demonstrated success working with a diverse range of internal and external stakeholders
  • Demonstrated ability to manage multiple projects, maintaining a high-level of detail and accuracy
  • Ability to think creatively to develop unique and mutually beneficial partnership proposals
  • Strong relationship building skills and excellent interpersonal skills with an authentic warm and professional approach.
  • Excellent organisational and time management skills.
  • Ability to represent Redkite at external events, including occasional travel interstate, evening and weekend commitments.
  • Using databases to support day to day activities
  • Advanced user of Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
  • Current full driver’s license
  • Willingness to work and travel interstate outside of business hours

Desirable

  • Experience working with Board of Directors and managing relationships at C-suite level.
  • Experience using a fundraising (CRM) database to support fundraising activity and analysis.
  • Tertiary levelfundraising, communications, business management qualifications or similar.

To Apply:

Redkite has partnered with Beaumont People to fill this crucial role. Please address all applications and enquiries to Amelia Martin via amelia@beaumontpeople.com.au or 0402 458572.

Applicants from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds or who identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander are warmly encouraged to apply.

Redkite has a commitment to safeguarding our team members and the vulnerable community members we work with. In line with this, we expect all team members to be at least double vaccinated against COVID-19.


Redkite is committed to child safety. We follow clear and transparent recruitment practices which include; references, interviews, psychometric testing and Working with Children & National Police Checks relevant to the state in which staff will be employed. At every stage of the recruitment process we undertake thorough screening to ensure that anyone that joins the team aligns with our values and our commitment to child safety. Please note that only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

  • Join one of Australia’s most respected and innovative Corporate Partnerships teams at an incredibly exciting time for Redkite
  • Full-Time permanent position based in Perth with opportunity for hybrid working
  • Use your partnerships expertise to make a tangible difference to the lives of families facing childhood cancer

The role:

The Partnerships Development Manager – WA is a talented and highly motivated professional responsible for driving revenue and creating sustainable growth from Redkite existing corporate partners, philanthropic donors, as well as securing new partners/donors in Western Australia. The role requires an ability to deliver on fundraising targets.

About you:

The position is ideal for someone with solid experience in corporate partnerships, relationship management or business development in a fundraising or corporate setting. The successful candidate must be able to demonstrate the following skills & experience:

  • 3-5 years’ experience in a relationship management role (major gifts, corporate partnerships, new business or account management)
  • Experience working in fundraising, corporate partnerships and/or new business development.
  • Demonstrated success in tailored building relationships and multi- tiered connections.
  • Superior writing, editing and proofreading skills for proposals and stewardship reports
  • Demonstrated success working with a diverse range of internal and external stakeholders
  • Demonstrated ability to manage multiple projects, maintaining a high-level of detail and accuracy
  • Strong relationship building skills and excellent interpersonal skills with an authentic warm and professional approach.
  • Excellent organisational and time management skills.
  • Ability to represent Redkite at external events, including occasional travel interstate, evening and weekend commitments.
  • Using databases to support day to day activities
  • Advanced user of Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
  • Current full driver’s license
  • Willingness to work and travel interstate outside of business hours

Desirable

  • Experience working with Board of Directors and managing relationships at C-suite level.
  • Experience using a fundraising (CRM) database to support fundraising activity and analysis.
  • Tertiary level fundraising, communications, business management qualifications or similar.

To Apply:

If you’re ready to hit the ground running, apply now! Please send a cover letter addressing the above key criteria as well as a CV to careers@redkite.org.au.

We’ll be checking applications as they come in, so don’t delay.

Applicants from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds or who identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander are warmly encouraged to apply.

Redkite has a commitment to safeguarding our team members and the vulnerable community members we work with. In line with this, we expect all team members to be at least double vaccinated against COVID-19.


Redkite is committed to child safety. We follow clear and transparent recruitment practices which include; references, interviews, psychometric testing and Working with Children & National Police Checks relevant to the state in which staff will be employed. At every stage of the recruitment process we undertake thorough screening to ensure that anyone that joins the team aligns with our values and our commitment to child safety. Please note that only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

  • Use your skills as a Data Engineer to make a tangible difference to the lives of families facing childhood cancer
  • Great location close to cafes, restaurants and public transport with Hybrid work options and salary packaging benefits
  • Permanent full-time opportunity – join the collaborative and supportive team at one of Australia’s most respected national charities

The role:

The Data Engineer will support the business intelligence and data science strategies and related initiatives that deliver comprehensive data models for actionable data reporting and analysis for commercial, functional, business leadership and team members. This role will have a strong focus on supporting the needs of the Services team and in particular the Research & Evaluation function.

The position will be conceptualising, generating and maintaining data systems that allow data to be accessed and visualised. Data structure model and design, data normalisation, data indexing and cataloguing and data reporting will also be a key part of the role. Additionally, there will be ongoing maintenance of an optimal data pipeline architecture for ingestion, processing of data and generating insights with the broader Redkite organisation.

About you:

The position is ideal for someone who has had some experience as a Data Engineer. The successful candidate must be able to demonstrate the following skills & experience:

Essential:

  • Minimum 2-3 years of experience in a Data Engineer role
  • Stakeholder engagement skills and experience and a collaborative working style
  • Either Azure SQL or AWS Stack (S3, Redshift, RDS, MySQL)
  • SQL knowledge and experience working with relational databases, query authoring (SQL) as well as familiarity with a variety of databases including either AWS (S3, Redshift) or Azure (SQL, NoSQL)
  • Experience with Python or similar programming language
  • Experience with at least one data pipeline and ETL tool like Databricks, Informatica, AWS Glue, Talend
  • Experience creating Logical and Physical data models and documenting ERD
  • Experience with visualisation tools like Power BI, Tableau
  • Good experience with agile development methodologies
  • Capacity to successfully manage a pipeline of duties with minimal supervision
  • Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills.
  • Degree in Computer Science, Statistics, Informatics, Information Systems or another quantitative field OR equivalent experience

Desirable:

  • Experience with Databricks, Spark or similar tools
  • Experience with Data mining, Data science and Predictive analytics would be a plus.
  • Fundamentals of distributed systems like Apache Hadoop or Spark
  • Experience with machine learning or related fields is another great plus
  • Deep familiarity with usage and execution at scale of NoSQL solutions like MongoDB, CouchDB, Hbase, HIVE, and Cassandra

To Apply:

If you are ready to make a difference within an organisation that makes a difference, apply now at https://www.seek.com.au/job/57944130

Please note, a cover letter addressing the above key criteria will assist us to identify your interest and alignment to the role, it is highly recommended that you include a Cover Letter as well as your CV.

We’ll be checking applications as they come in, so don’t delay.

If you would like to discuss the role, please call Kirsty on (02) 9219 4022.


Redkite is committed to child safety. We follow clear and transparent recruitment practices which include; references, interviews, psychometric testing and Working with Children & National Police Checks relevant to the state in which staff will be employed. At every stage of the recruitment process we undertake thorough screening to ensure that anyone that joins the team aligns with our values and our commitment to child safety. Please note that only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

  • Use your People & Culture generalist expertise to support the highly dedicated team in one of Australia’s most respected national charities
  • Grow your capabilities into People & Culture specialist areas including learning and development, employee relations and recruitment and selection 
  • Full-time, permanent position based in Surry Hills amongst cafés, restaurants and bars. Hybrid work pattern 3/2 available

The role:

The People and Culture Advisor (Operations) is responsible for employee lifecycle operations including managing employment contracts and onboarding documentation for new employees, employee movements and offboarding. Maintaining and reporting on people and culture key performance indicators and providing People and Culture systems support. The role also encompasses people and culture responsibilities for Redkite’s volunteers, our work health and safety program and supports fortnightly payroll within an outsourced payroll environment. 

The role sits within a People and Culture team of four, where collaboration and support are paramount. As such there are opportunities to learn and grow in specialist areas such as learning and development, employee relations and recruitment and selection.

About you:

The position is ideal for someone who has had experience in employee lifecycle operations and is looking for an opportunity to use that experience to drive lifecycle process improvement within an organisation open to new ideas and systems driven productivity improvements. While employee experience throughout the operational employee lifecycle is your passion, you are keen to be exposed to broader People and Culture areas and willing to roll up your sleeves to play a role in say, employee induction training or recruitment and selection activities.

The successful candidate must be able to demonstrate the following skills, experience and interests.

Essential:

  • Minimum of 2 years’ experience supporting employee lifecycle operations
  • An understanding of National Employment Standards and Awards in respect of standard employment terms and conditions
  • Strong interest in using technology for productivity improvements and employee experience improvements
  • Excellent attention to detail
  • Strong spreadsheet skills
  • Alignment to Redkite’s purpose
  • Relevant undergraduate qualifications or equivalent experience

Desirable:

  • Exposure to broader People and Culture areas; recruitment & selection, learning and development, work health and safety is desirable

To Apply:

If you are ready to own your patch and get involved in people and culture areas more broadly, apply now at https://www.seek.com.au/job/57583102

Please note, a cover letter addressing the above key criteria will assist us to identify your interest and alignment to the role, so it is highly recommended that you include a Cover Letter as well as your CV.

We’ll be checking applications as they come in, so don’t delay.

If you would like to discuss the role, please call Vanessa on (02) 9219 4074.


Redkite is committed to child safety. We follow clear and transparent recruitment practices which include; references, interviews, psychometric testing and Working with Children & National Police Checks relevant to the state in which staff will be employed. At every stage of the recruitment process we undertake thorough screening to ensure that anyone that joins the team aligns with our values and our commitment to child safety. Please note that only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

  • Use your project management experience to make a tangible difference to the lives of families facing childhood cancer
  • Full time term contract to June 2025 offering hybrid work and salary packaging options
  • Join a supportive and collaborative team based in Surry Hills close to public transport

The role:

The Project Manager – Client Experience and Support, will primarily focus on managing the development and implementation of our KiteSupport program. The development of this program will include the implementation of digital and other resources for families to access and use during their cancer journey.

The program funding of around $3million over 3 years will enable Redkite to transform its digital service offering for families. We are seeking an experienced project manager to lead the development of the program and the implementation/roll out of new digital services and resources which will be developed.

About you:

The position is ideal for someone who has led complex projects with a diverse range of stakeholders, ideally with a health, human services or community focus. The successful candidate must be able to demonstrate the following skills & experience:

  • Demonstrated strong skills and experience in leading complex projects
  • Experience in relationship management and change management
  • Demonstrated success working with a diverse range of stakeholders to meet project deliverables
  • Highly motivated with the ability to work autonomously and as an active team member
  • Strong time management, problem solving and multi-tasking skills
  • Ability to foster and maintain respectful, professional relationships with health professionals, team members, stakeholders, organisations and consumer/clients
  • Excellent written skills including demonstrated ability to write quickly, accurately and succinctly.
  • Leadership skills, particularly in collaborative work practices
  • Shows sensitivity, empathy & diplomacy at all times
  • Ability to undertake some interstate travel
  • Relevant project management qualifications or equivalent experience in project management responsibilities
  • Over three years’ professional project management experience

Desirable:

  • Experience in delivering programs with a strong digital focus
  • Experience in health, human services or community services projects
  • Experience in managing diverse and sensitive relationships with health and human service recipients and services providers
  • Tertiary qualifications, or equivalent experience in health, social sciences or other relevant discipline

To Apply:

If you are ready to make a difference within an organisation that makes a difference, apply now at https://www.seek.com.au/job/57720445.

Please note, a cover letter addressing the above key criteria will assist us to identify your interest and alignment to the role, it is highly recommended that you include a Cover Letter as well as your CV.

We’ll be checking applications as they come in, so don’t delay.

If you would like to discuss the opportunity, please call Kirsty on 02 9219 4022.


Redkite is committed to child safety. We follow clear and transparent recruitment practices which include; references, interviews, psychometric testing and Working with Children & National Police Checks relevant to the state in which staff will be employed. At every stage of the recruitment process we undertake thorough screening to ensure that anyone that joins the team aligns with our values and our commitment to child safety. Please note that only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

About Redkite:

When a child is diagnosed with cancer, it affects the whole family. In the daunting and unpredictable experience that follows diagnosis, a child needs as much stability and support from their family as possible. Redkite is a lifeline for families, providing real emotional, financial and practical support. Because holding it together when your child’s life is in question can feel impossible.

Current Opportunities

Ready to be Redkite’s volunteer? Below are the volunteering roles currently available at Redkite.

Volunteer at the Redkite Corporate Quiz Brisbane.

Event details:

Date & time: Friday 26 August 2022, 4.30pm-11.30pm

Location: RICC, 600 Gregory Terrace, Bowen Hills

What will I be doing?

You will be working as part of a team to deliver Redkite’s signature fundraising event; the Redkite Corporate Quiz. In this role, you will work as a team to:

  • Welcome guests on arrival and help them to locate their tables
  • Collect completed quiz sheets from tables
  • Mark and score each table’s quiz sheet
  • Distribute prizes to winners
  • Pack up Redkite resources after the event

Why does this role matter?

Our team of confident, friendly, organised Registration and Marking volunteers are vital to the success of the Redkite corporate quiz. In 2019, this event raised over $265,000 to support families facing their child’s cancer diagnosis. This money is used to provide essential support to children with cancer and their families. We’re here throughout the whole cancer journey, from the moment of diagnosis until after treatment finishes. Our support includes financial assistance to cover essential costs, emotional and mental health support, and support through grief and loss.

What are the key details?

Volunteers are needed from 4.30pm until 11.30pm. We are looking for up to 10 volunteers to fulfil this vital role, and so we are happy to accommodate teams of volunteers as well as individuals. Everyone will be fully briefed so they feel confident in their role and have the support of a volunteer team leader at the event. An evening meal and comprehensive briefing will be provided.

What are we looking for in our volunteers?

  • Available to volunteer for the full volunteer shift on Friday 26 August from 4.30pm – 11.30pm
  • Able to take direction from a team leader and work well in a team
  • Confident, friendly and personable
  • Comfortable working with numbers (the scoring is straightforward, but will involve some mental arithmetic)
  • Fluent English speakers
  • Volunteers must be 18 or over
  • Ability to safely lift and carry boxes of event resources

How do I apply?

Please contact Samantha Ward via sward@redkite.org.au to register.


Redkite is committed to child safety. We follow clear and transparent recruitment practices which include; references, interviews, psychometric testing and Working with Children & National Police Checks relevant to the state in which staff will be employed. At every stage of the recruitment process we undertake thorough screening to ensure that anyone that joins the team aligns with our values and our commitment to child safety. Please note that only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

Volunteer at the Redkite Corporate Quiz Brisbane.

Event details:

Date & time: Friday 26 August 2022, 4.30pm-11.30pm

Location: RICC, 600 Gregory Terrace, Bowen Hills

What will I be doing?

You will be working as part of a team to deliver Redkite’s signature fundraising event; the Redkite Corporate Quiz. In this role, you will work as a team to:

  • Welcome guests on arrival
  • Sell raffle tickets to guests
  • Encourage guests to participate in fundraising games throughout the night
  • Act as spotters in our live auction
  • Distribute prizes to winners
  • Pack up Redkite resources after the event

Why does this role matter?

Our team of confident, friendly evening volunteers are vital to the fundraising success of the Redkite corporate quiz.  In 2019, this event raised over $265,000 to support families facing their child’s cancer diagnosis. This money is used to provide essential support to children with cancer and their families. We’re here throughout the whole cancer journey, from the moment of diagnosis until after treatment finishes. Our support includes financial assistance to cover essential costs, emotional and mental health support, and support through grief and loss.

What are the key details?

Volunteers are needed from 4.30pm until 11.30pm. We are looking for up to 20 volunteers to deliver this event, and so we are happy to accommodate teams of volunteers as well as individuals. Everyone will be fully briefed so they feel confident in their role and have the support of a volunteer team leader at the event. An evening meal and comprehensive briefing will be provided.

What are we looking for in our volunteers?

  • Available to volunteer for the full volunteer shift on Friday 26 August from 4.30pm-11.30pm
  • Able to take direction from a team leader and work well in a team
  • Confident, friendly and personable
  • Able to be on their feet for a reasonable length of time as they engage with guests in different settings
  • Fluent English speakers
  • Volunteers must be 18 or over
  • Ability to safely lift and carry boxes of event resources

How do I apply?

Please contact Samantha Ward via sward@redkite.org.au to register.


Redkite is committed to child safety. We follow clear and transparent recruitment practices which include; references, interviews, psychometric testing and Working with Children & National Police Checks relevant to the state in which staff will be employed. At every stage of the recruitment process we undertake thorough screening to ensure that anyone that joins the team aligns with our values and our commitment to child safety. Please note that only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

Volunteer at the Redkite Corporate Quiz Brisbane.

Event details:

Date & time: Friday 26 August 2022, 12pm-4pm

Location: RICC, 600 Gregory Terrace, Bowen Hills

What will I be doing?

You will be working as a team to help set up for Redkite’s signature fundraising event; the Redkite Corporate Quiz. In this role, you will work as a team to:

  • display our auction prizes
  • compile programs
  • lay out table collateral
  • put up sponsor banners
  • set up fundraising resources for our evening volunteers

Why does this role matter?

This behind-the-scenes work is vital to the fundraising success of the Redkite corporate quiz and is a great opportunity to get stuck into some hands-on teamwork.  In 2019, this event raised over $265,000 to support families facing their child’s cancer diagnosis.

This money is used to provide essential support to children with cancer and their families. We’re here throughout the whole cancer journey, from the moment of diagnosis until after treatment finishes. Our support includes financial assistance to cover essential costs, emotional and mental health support, and support through grief and loss.

What are the key details?

Volunteers are needed from 12pm until 4pm. We are looking for 12 volunteers to deliver event set up, and so we are happy to accommodate teams of volunteers as well as individuals. Everyone will be fully briefed so they feel confident in their role and have the support of a volunteer team leader at the event. Snacks will be provided!

What are we looking for in our volunteers?

  • Available to volunteer for the full volunteer shift on Friday 26 August from 12pm-4pm
  • Able to take direction from a team leader and work well in a team
  • Diligent and responsible
  • Ability to safely lift and carry boxes of event resources.
  • Aged 18 or over

How do I apply?

Please contact Samantha Ward via sward@redkite.org.au to register.


Redkite is committed to child safety. We follow clear and transparent recruitment practices which include; references, interviews, psychometric testing and Working with Children & National Police Checks relevant to the state in which staff will be employed. At every stage of the recruitment process we undertake thorough screening to ensure that anyone that joins the team aligns with our values and our commitment to child safety. Please note that only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

Volunteer at the Redkite Corporate Quiz Victoria.

Event details:

Date & time: Thursday 15 September 2022, 4.30pm-11.30pm

Location: Plaza Ballroom, 191 Collins Street, Melbourne

What will I be doing?

You will be working as part of a team to deliver Redkite’s signature fundraising event; the Redkite Corporate Quiz. In this role, you will work as a team to:

  • Welcome guests on arrival and help them to locate their tables
  • Collect completed quiz sheets from tables
  • Mark and score each table’s quiz sheet
  • Distribute prizes to winners
  • Pack up Redkite resources after the event

Why does this role matter?

Our team of confident, friendly, organised Registration and Marking volunteers are vital to the success of the Redkite corporate quiz. In 2019, this event raised over $315,000 to support families facing their child’s cancer diagnosis. This money is used to provide essential support to children with cancer and their families. We’re here throughout the whole cancer journey, from the moment of diagnosis until after treatment finishes. Our support includes financial assistance to cover essential costs, emotional and mental health support, and support through grief and loss.

What are the key details?

Volunteers are needed from 4.30pm until 11.30pm. We are looking for up to 15 volunteers to fulfil this vital role, and so we are happy to accommodate teams of volunteers as well as individuals. Everyone will be fully briefed so they feel confident in their role and have the support of a volunteer team leader at the event. An evening meal and comprehensive briefing will be provided.

What are we looking for in our volunteers?

  • Available to volunteer for the full volunteer shift on Thursday 15 September from 4.30pm-11.30pm
  • Able to take direction from a team leader and work well in a team
  • Confident, friendly and personable
  • Comfortable working with numbers (the scoring is straightforward, but will involve some mental arithmetic)
  • Fluent English speakers
  • Volunteers must be 18 or over
  • Ability to safely lift and carry boxes of event resources

How do I apply?

Please contact Samantha Ward via sward@redkite.org.au to register.


Redkite is committed to child safety. We follow clear and transparent recruitment practices which include; references, interviews, psychometric testing and Working with Children & National Police Checks relevant to the state in which staff will be employed. At every stage of the recruitment process we undertake thorough screening to ensure that anyone that joins the team aligns with our values and our commitment to child safety. Please note that only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

Volunteer at the Redkite Corporate Quiz Victoria.

Event details:

Date & time: Thursday 15 September 2022, 4.30pm-11.30pm

Location: Plaza Ballroom, 191 Collins Street, Melbourne

What will I be doing?

You will be working as part of a team to deliver Redkite’s signature fundraising event; the Redkite Corporate Quiz. In this role, you will work as a team to:

  • Welcome guests on arrival
  • Sell raffle tickets to guests
  • Encourage guests to participate in fundraising games throughout the night
  • Act as spotters in our live auction
  • Distribute prizes to winners
  • Pack up Redkite resources after the event

Why does this role matter?

Our team of confident, friendly evening volunteers are vital to the fundraising success of the Redkite corporate quiz.  In 2019, this event raised over $315,000 to support families facing their child’s cancer diagnosis. This money is used to provide essential support to children with cancer and their families. We’re here throughout the whole cancer journey, from the moment of diagnosis until after treatment finishes. Our support includes financial assistance to cover essential costs, emotional and mental health support, and support through grief and loss.

What are the key details?

Volunteers are needed from 4.30pm until 11.30pm. We are looking for up to 30 volunteers to deliver this event, and so we are happy to accommodate teams of volunteers as well as individuals. Everyone will be fully briefed so they feel confident in their role and have the support of a volunteer team leader at the event. An evening meal and comprehensive briefing will be provided.

What are we looking for in our volunteers?

  • Available to volunteer for the full volunteer shift on Thurs 15 September from 4.30pm-11.30pm
  • Able to take direction from a team leader and work well in a team
  • Confident, friendly and personable
  • Able to be on their feet for a reasonable length of time as they engage with guests in different settings
  • Fluent English speakers
  • Volunteers must be 18 or over
  • Ability to safely lift and carry boxes of event resources

How do I apply?

Please contact Samantha Ward via sward@redkite.org.au to register.


Redkite is committed to child safety. We follow clear and transparent recruitment practices which include; references, interviews, psychometric testing and Working with Children & National Police Checks relevant to the state in which staff will be employed. At every stage of the recruitment process we undertake thorough screening to ensure that anyone that joins the team aligns with our values and our commitment to child safety. Please note that only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

Volunteer at the Redkite Corporate Quiz Victoria.

Event details:

Date & time: Thursday 15 September 2022, 12pm-4pm

Location: Plaza Ballroom, 191 Collins Street, Melbourne

What will I be doing?

You will be working as a team to help set up for Redkite’s signature fundraising event; the Redkite Corporate Quiz.  In this role, you will work as a team to:

  • display our auction prizes
  • compile programs
  • lay out table collateral
  • put up sponsor banners
  • set up fundraising resources for our evening volunteers

Why does this role matter?

This behind-the-scenes work is vital to the fundraising success of the Redkite corporate quiz and is a great opportunity to get stuck into some hands-on teamwork.  In 2019, this event raised over $315,000 to support families facing their child’s cancer diagnosis.

This money is used to provide essential support to children with cancer and their families. We’re here throughout the whole cancer journey, from the moment of diagnosis until after treatment finishes. Our support includes financial assistance to cover essential costs, emotional and mental health support, and support through grief and loss.

What are the key details?

Volunteers are needed from 12pm until 4pm. We are looking for 12 volunteers to deliver event set up, and so we are happy to accommodate teams of volunteers as well as individuals. Everyone will be fully briefed so they feel confident in their role and have the support of a volunteer team leader at the event. Snacks will be provided!

What are we looking for in our volunteers?

  • Available to volunteer for the full volunteer shift on Thursday 15 September from 12pm – 4pm
  • Able to take direction from a team leader and work well in a team
  • Diligent and responsible
  • Ability to safely lift and carry boxes of event resources
  • Aged 18 or over

How do I apply?

Please contact Samantha Ward via sward@redkite.org.au to register.


Redkite is committed to child safety. We follow clear and transparent recruitment practices which include; references, interviews, psychometric testing and Working with Children & National Police Checks relevant to the state in which staff will be employed. At every stage of the recruitment process we undertake thorough screening to ensure that anyone that joins the team aligns with our values and our commitment to child safety. Please note that only short-listed candidates will be contacted.