About Online Support Group Moderators

Thank you for applying to be a volunteer with Arthritis Queensland!

What does an Online Support Group Moderator do?
Online Support Group Moderators (Moderators) provide support, encourage positive behavioural changes, and manage the day to day activity within our Online Support Groups. 

For more information, view the Position Description on our website.


What is the commitment?
Moderators are not rostered on and off duty, however are expected to login to the Group regularly. We understand though, that you will have existing commitments during which time you may be unavailable. You will be supported by a team of other Moderators/Admins. 

Online Support Group Moderators must be able to commit to the role for at least 6 months. 


Is being an Online Support Group Moderator right for me?
If you are passionate about providing support to people living with arthritis, and are looking for a volunteer role you can do from the comfort of your home, we would love to hear from you!

To become an Online Support Group Moderator, you must:
  • have lived with arthritis for at least two years, and
  • be in a personal position to be able to focus on providing support to the Group ahead of receiving support from the Group, and
  • be willing to commit to the role for at least 6 months.

How do I apply?
Please complete this Online Application Form. If you have any questions or would like to talk more about the role, contact Jessica.neri@arthritis.org.au or (07) 3857 4200.
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