Join the volunteer rescue Boat Crew and be involved in the running and operation of our rescue craft! All training will be provided by MRG and promotion through to rescue skipper is possible. Training includes radio operation, boat handling, navigation, rope handling, towage, search and rescue and a host of other maritime skills.
Consider this exciting and rewarding role by joining this local, volunteer-run, emergency service team by monitoring and operating the Marine Radio for sea rescue purposes. Radio Operators keep ongoing computer logs of outgoing boats and operates radio to respond to situations. Volunteer members enjoy contributing to their community through their rewarding and satisfying work, whilst obtaining a high degree of training and qualifications in the maritime industry.
The Mundaring SES is a dedicated team who are currently seeking new members to join our unit. We only recruit new members who live in the Mundaring Shire & surrounding suburbs, due to the travel times required for training and call outs. Some benefits of becoming a Volunteer include helping your community, building new friendships and learning new skills. So if you can work well in a team and desire an opportunity to support your local community we encourage you to apply.
Denmark is currently seeking EOI for BUSHFIRE READY FACILITATORS of the Bushfire Ready Program for 2024.
Bushfire Ready Facilitators will work in partnership with community members to increase their bushfire understanding and preparedness within the Denmark community.
If you enjoy engaging with members of the community and are motivated to help prepare and deliver community BUSHFIRE READY MESSAGES and activities, then we need you!
Esperance SES & Marine Rescue Esperance play a significant role in keeping the Esperance community safe.
They serve the community on a volunteer basis & are currently seeking organised & focused people to join their team.
• Admin Officer / Secretary
• Social Media Officer
If you are someone who has good communication skills, strong time management & organisational skills & would like the opportunity to work with a positive and family friendly team, THEN THEY NEED YOU!
Mt Barker SES is an all-inclusive & dedicated team, currently seeking someone to work with and support the unit’s TRAINING CO-ORDINATOR in the co-ordination of training programs and exercises.
We encourage involvement from people of all ages and are committed to providing a supportive and flexible family-working environment.
If you enjoy working with a group of passionate and positive people, have an interest in personal development / training and have good organising skills, then we need you
Are you interested in volunteering for the emergency services in a support role?
Mt Barker SES is a small dedicated team of Volunteers, currently seeking an organised and focused person to fulfil the role of TREASURER.
We encourage involvement from people of all ages and are committed to providing a supportive and flexible family-oriented environment.
Do you want to help your community in time of need?
Are you interested in learning what State Emergency Service (SES) can offer you?
As a valuable TEAM MEMBER of the Mt Barker SES, you will assist in the day-to-day operation of an emergency response team including responding to a natural disaster such as storm and flood OR could assist in search and rescue operations.
Mt Barker SES needs you! This is a time to shine and show your community what you are made of.
As a volunteer with the Ravensthorpe SES, you can assist in the day-to-day operation of an emergency response unit including responding to a natural disasters such as storm & flood or assisting in search and rescue operations.
The SES unit also provides logistical support during bushfire emergencies and assists with water bomber refilling.
This is a time to shine and show your community what you are made of, and in return we will provide all the training & support you need to be a volunteer.
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