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Found 69 volunteer opportunities with Emergency Response, in Western Australia WA
Kununurra Volunteer Fire and Rescue Service is always looking for new members. Are you keen to help the community? Do you want to learn new skills? Then Join our enthusiastic brigade and meet your local fire fighter team.
tI's that time of year again. Melville SES are looking for enthusiastic people from all ages and walks of life to join our diverse team of volunteers. An information session will be held on Tuesday evening, July 30th. Attendance is by arrangement only. Interviews will be held Tuesday evening August 6th, with induction commencing on Saturday August 10th.
Two 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.
The Communications Support Unit is a rapid-response, specialist SES Unit that operates anywhere in WA (and sometimes interstate) when Emergency Services need communications assistance, in particular during Bushfire, Storm and other Natural Hazards.
Lancelin Volunteer Fire & Rescue. We have 12 active volunteer firefighters but are in need for more. Got FIFO or regular commitments elsewhere? No worries we can still fit you in! The role includes a range of duties including: Bush firefighting, structural firefighting, road crash rescue, hazmat, station duties and vehicle checks. You will get to: learn new skills, make friends and get involved in your 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
We are looking for new volunteers to join our 60 member friendly team. We have a long history serving our local community and attend to grass fires, bush fires, hazardous materials emergencies (HAZMAT), structural fires and car fires.
The Hopetoun Volunteer Fire & Emergency Services is looking for volunteer fire-fighters to help keep their community safe.
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.
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.
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.
You don't have to be a burly, hose-wrestling bloke to be a firie! The Darling Range Volunteer Bush Fire Brigade--Communications work at the control centre of a fire or search manning the radios, tracking firies, mapping fire shapes, and providing specialised support to the Incident Management Team (IMT).
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.
Gingin Volunteer Fire & Rescue are looking for new team members We are seeking members that are: Great in a team environment, Willing to learn new skills, Enthusiastic, Dedicated, Professional, Be willing to give up a couple weekends for training, Participate in community engagements
Radio Operator's are the first line of contact and is a very rewarding role
HAVE A PASSION FOR THE OCEAN AND BE ABLE TO WORK IN A TEAM ALSO PROVIDE AND PROMOTE SAFETY OF LIFE AT SEA
Are you looking to join an active and committed team that serves the community, continually learns new skills and promotes teamwork? If so continue reading to find more details.
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