Northam VFRS are looking for 'Active Firefighters' aged 18 to 60 that live within the town of Northam. You need to have some physical fitness as tasks required at times can be physically demanding (ie. dragging hose, wearing firefighting gear, working in hot conditions). If this sounds like you, please apply.
This is a volunteer position for physically active persons that, when undertaken, involves all required training and mentoring.
Volunteer once qualified will receive full personnel protection equipment and ongoing training. Residents within 6281 Dunsborough post code only.
While the primary role of the SES is to respond to incidents involving floods and storms, it also provides crucial support and assistance to other emergency service organisations. SES is open to men and women with a reasonable degree of physical fitness and a passion to get involved within their community.
When a natural disaster strikes or an emergency situation arises, DFES’s SES volunteers can be found providing a wide range of volunteer services to help the community.
-YOU MUST LIVE WITHIN 20 MINUTES OF BAYSWATER SES
Join Bayswater SES to assist the community during natural disasters, storm and flood events and support a range of other emergency service responders, including fire services and police.
An exciting and rewarding role with a volunteer-run, emergency service team, 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. generally. In critical situations, the duties performed by Volunteers can mean the difference between life and death.
Join our volunteer Rescue Boat Crew and be involved in the running and operation of our rescue vessels. You will be assisting boaties in trouble.
- You will require enthusiasm and a reasonable level of fitness.
- All training will be provided by Marime Rescue Whitfords.
- We will train you in all aspects of being a marine rescue crew member.
- Spend some great times on the water.
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.
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.
Find your closest volunteer service
Explore our map and register your interest in volunteering for your local emergency service.