Nicholas Pyers has stepped into the role of Junee community liaison officer to unite sporting, recreational and charity groups within the town.
Funding for the new role comes as part of the Investing in Rural Community Futuresprogram, and Mr Pyers said he was thrilled to take on the job.
"Having 100 groups excites me, knowing that there's so many different people wanting to do different things in their community is really inspiring," he said.
Dealing with so many community groups in Junee, Mr Pyers said his first task will be to meet each group.
"We want to look at what their short-term and long-term goals are, how different groups can work together to achieve some of those goals, and find out what funding opportunities are available for them," he said.
The other aspect of the role will be creating a directory of all the community groups.
"Most small country towns rely on word of mouth, which is effective, but there's also 100 new people moving into town every year and some leaving so we are wanting to make it easy for people to meet others and find what interests them and how to get involved," Mr Pyers said.