Quinns Rocks Volunteer Bush Fire Brigade is looking for new firefighters to be part of our team. Volunteering is a great opportunity to engage with the community and make new friends. No experience is necessary and all training is provided.
Whether you want to get involved in the frontline action, or you feel you're better suited to work behind the scenes, there's a role for everyone to play in keeping the community safe.Volunteering Opportunities
The Wanneroo Central Brigade is part of the City of Wanneroo’s Bush Fire Fighting Service and is one of four (4) brigades within that structure, along with the Quinns Rocks, Wanneroo Fire Support and Two Rocks Volunteer Bush Fire Brigades.
We are looking for support members who may be interested in helping out with administration, fundraising, maintenance of vehicles, equipment and the surrounds of the fire station, cadets program and arranging social activities.
The primary role of the Wanneroo Fire Support Brigade is to assist with Incident Management through providing operational and administrative support at the control point of an emergency incident. In addition to this role, the Brigade also has a bulk water tanker which is used to provide a water source when there is a lack of water pressure or existing sources can be hard to access. All equipment and training is provided at no cost to members.
We have positions available for people who are interested in being involved in active firefighting activities. There is no cost for the volunteer other than some of your time. A Police Check will be done on your behalf, all PPC/E is provided. Training is also provided. We are a very social Brigade, however we are also very serious about our job and service to the community.
Want to help out in your community but don’t know how you can ? Do you have secretarial/admin experience that you can use to help out the local SES unit?
The Carnarvon Volunteer SES provides a vital community service by responding to emergency situations like tropical cyclones, storms, flood and searches. A voluntary management opportunity as Local Manager now exists within the Carnarvon SES Unit structure and we are seeking someone to lead the unit for a three (3) year tenure. The Manager may not be required to attend emergencies but is needed to support the operations of the Unit and provide overall leadership for the unit.
Carry out active firefighting duties, participate in training and maintain operational readiness.
Expressions of interest are invited from interested personnel wishing to be considered for this wonderful opportunity.
The Waggrakine VBFB is currently seeking your interest in becoming a volunteer. Whether you see yourself on the end of a hose fighting fires and responding to incidents or prefer to contribute your ideas in an administrative or support role, we would love to hear from you.