Are you new to town? Would you like to become part of a great team of people focused on keeping their community safe?
Keen to learn new skills or happy to share those you already have?
If you answered YES to any of the above then contact Broome SES as we have lots of opportunities for volunteers both on the frontline and behind the scenes.
Are you keen to be a part of a great community group focused on keeping their community safe? Do you have an interest in learning new skills or happy to share those you already have? Northam Volunteer Fire and Rescue (VFRS) would love to welcome you into their brigade.
Join the team of local Volunteers who monitor and operate the Marine Radio for sea rescues. Full training and ongoing support is provided.
If you have limited mobility and/or are in a wheelchair, the Geraldton Volunteer Marine Sea Rescue Group has a building to accommodate you, with a lift up to the second floor as well as wide doorways, low wall switches and easy to reach IT systems where you will look over one of WA's beautiful beaches and man the systems!
Australind SES unit are looking for people to join their teams to provide essential and rewarding services to the community.
As an SES volunteer you will be trained to assist the community to cope with natural disasters and emergencies such as land searches, storm damage, cyclones, vehicle accidents, fallen trees and vertical rescues.
Do you enjoy museums, have a passion for WA history and Perth’s much-loved heritage-listed buildings? Perhaps you’re technological minded and would like to share your knowledge on our historic and modern fire appliances and firefighting equipment? Or you would like to help the community prepare for WAs range of natural hazards? If one or more above sounds like you, plus you enjoy interacting with people of all ages & backgrounds, then join us at WA’s first fire station as a Gallery Guide!
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.
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.
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