Radio Operators are the first line of contact and is a very rewarding role
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
New to the area and wanting to meet people with a great attitude, or just wanting to give something back to the community and looking for an opportunity??? The Hedland SES is always looking for volunteers whether its frontline or behind the scenes.
Marine Rescue vessel deck hand and skipper opportunities! Come join the Volunteer Marine Rescue as on operational boat crew members in Port Hedland. We have a great fleet of vessels and the youngest Marine Rescue team in Western Australia (Average age of 31).
The Kalamunda SES are currently seeking new members from the local area to join our team. If you have a desire to help your community, have a taste for adventure, can work well in a team, and are fit and healthy we'd love to hear from you!
Want to learn new skills, work in a fantastic team, and help the community while staying inside out of the weather? We’ll provide training and support, a snazzy SES polo, and access to all the radios, computers and maps you could ever desire. You’ll need to be keen to learn and have excellent communication skills.
Want to learn new skills, work in a fantastic team, and help the community? We’ll provide training and support, a snazzy orange uniform, and access to some cool rescue equipment. You’ll need to be keen to learn, have reasonable fitness, and communicate well when under pressure.
Bushfire Ready Facilitators provide key information to the local community through established networks. As a facilitator you will play a vital role in keeping your community safe.
Are you a night owl? Can't sleep at night? Want to binge watching your favourite TV shows while wearing your pyjamas and munching on popcorn? Then we have the ideal position for you! Become a volunteer "home based" radio operator manning our radios from the comfort of your own lounge room.
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.
Want to learn new skills, work in a fantastic team, and help your community? If this sounds like you get in touch today. We are always interested to meet people who want to know more about the vital work our brigade does and learn about the ways you can get involved. Due to the emergency services nature of this role, you will need to live and/or work in close proximity to the Yanchep VFRS brigade.