South Eveleigh, once the site of Eveleigh Railyards - Australia’s largest steam locomotive workshop - is a centre for technology, communications and science.
Mirvac runs a Heritage Volunteer program where participants play an integral role in maintaining and promoting the Park’s heritage. The Heritage Volunteer program attracts people with a range of backgrounds and skills, a commitment and passion for preserving and showcasing the site’s heritage, and a genuine desire to share the experience with the broader community.
South Eveleigh Heritage Volunteers add significant value to the Park by
If you have a passionate interest in Australia’s industrial past and wish to join a committed team of part-time-volunteers, please contact South Eveleigh Facilities Coordinator Harley Imber at email@example.com or +61 2 8398 5653.
As with all employment, South Eveleigh’s volunteers and Mirvac have complementary rights and responsibilities. These are set out in Mirvac's Volunteer Code of Practice and Code of Conduct.
For an information pack with further details, please contact South Eveleigh Facilities Coordinator Harley Imber at firstname.lastname@example.org or +61 2 8398 5653. You can also download a Heritage Volunteer Application Form. For more information on the volunteer role please see South Eveleigh Volunteer - What You Can Expect from Us.
Mirvac welcomes applications from people with a disability.
Following successful completion of their training, South Eveleigh Volunteers are initially engaged for a three month trial period. During these three months, new volunteers are teamed with a “buddy” to provide support and mentoring through the early period of service.
Standard reference checks are undertaken for each applicant.
Child Protection legislation requires employees and volunteers to complete and sign a “Prohibited Employment Declaration” and a “Working with Children Check Employment Screening Consent Form”.
The Child Protection Act makes it an offence for a person convicted of a serious sex offence (a Prohibited Person) or a Registrable Person under the Child Protection (Offences Registration) Act 2000, to apply for, undertake or remain in, child related employment.
Mirvac welcomes visits from supervised children and young people under the age of 18.
Mirvac compiles the stories of the people who worked at, or lived near, the Eveleigh Railyards for use in heritage education. To provide the story of your connection to Eveleigh and the Park, you can submit your story via the Eveleigh Stories website at eveleighstories.com.au.