Join the coastguard. Be trained to operate as a competent crew or beyond in the operations of a Coast Guard Search & Rescue vessel as well as the general duties of a Coast Guard member.
Found 25 volunteer opportunities with Safety & Emergency Services, in Victoria VIC
Are you compassionate? Non-judgemental? Engaging? Would you like to make a difference in the lives of others? Being a volunteer Community Support Worker (CSW) might be exactly what you’re looking for. As a volunteer CSW you’ll use your highly developed social and client-centred skills to help others during times of stress or crisis, providing access to information, support, advocacy, referrals and material and/or financial assistance. You’ll be very well supported in this important role.
This is a radio control and coordination centre where volunteers provide assistance to the boating public. The not for profit service is provided 365 days per year. The volunteers are both genders and from 18 years of age to past retirement.
Join a group offering help in the City on weekend nights, ensuring young people lost or intoxicated find their way home safely.
A group of trained volunteers who respond after a disaster to help with community recovery in both the short and long term.
We need a willing and helpful person to assist with sorting our donated clothes for the homeless. This is an ongoing task and we are always looking for more hands. Please come and help us.
The Northcote Unit of the Victorian SES is seeking volunteers with daytime availability to work within their trained team, volunteers are called out to assist in emergencies, including natural disasters, road accidents and search and rescue. Volunteering for VICSES can be one of the most rewarding and best investments you can make. As a VICSES volunteer, you can make a difference. Volunteers have a wide range of opportunities to develop new skills, form new friendships, accept high levels of
Volunteers for a range of community service roles, see website for up to date information.
Make an invaluable contribution to our local community by spending a few hours each week helping out at the warehouse of the Eastern Emergency Relief Network (EERN), which provides household goods to needy clients of the EERN's member agencies. Sorting Crew members sort the great variety of goods received each day and help clients choose linen, kitchenware etc. Warehouse Assistants help with loading and unloading of goods and with ensuring the smooth running of the warehouse on a daily basis
Raise awareness of issues associated with risk management within the football club
To assist the team with first aid when needed
Socially minded people to attend a venue or event where alcohol is involved. Hours vary
St Vincent De Paul Society aspires to be recognised as a caring Catholic charity offering “a hand up” to people in need. We do this by respecting their dignity, sharing our hope, and encouraging them to take control of their own destiny.
If you enjoy acting or role-playing, then we need volunteers to help a local health organisation train its staff in the National Stroke Support Guidelines.
Conducting Bushfire preparedness activities in the wider community, tasks such as clearing gutters, raking and removal of leaves, removing logs and dead trees, fit water tanks with correct fittings, remove dead trees and vegitation from areas of bush or forest close to residential area, The Bushfire Foundation
Blood donors are vital - for so many people blood donors are a lifeline. Currently only 1 in 30 Australians donate, 1 in 3 will need blood in their lifetime. If you are interested in getting your workplace, sporting club, school or community group involved in blood donation, complete the Expression of Interest.
Eastern Homeless Crisis Service. Stocking and sorting food for distribution one morning per week.
Become a RGYC base radio operator using VHF Radio to assist smooth sailing. A current "Marine Radio operators Certificate of Proficiency" required.
We are looking for boat crew for general duties such as dropping and retrieving inflatable marks for yacht racing. Some seamanship skills would be necessary.
Monitor government allocated emergency frequencies on CB radio and referral to appropriate emergency service. Attend required triathlons.
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