Found 8 Disaster Relief volunteering opportunities in Australia

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  1. 1612 Accounts assistant

    Volunteer required to assist with administration - accounts payable

    Id:101011
    Disaster Relief
    Long Term
    Tweed Heads NSW
  2. Recovery Support for Hills Farmers

    Play an important part in helping Adelaide Hills farmers affected by the October hail storm to restore their orchards by helping remove badly damaged fruit.

    Id:109626
    Disaster Relief
    Short Term
    Lenswood SA
  3. Help - Personal Support Volunteer

    In times of disaster, provide support and assistance as required at disaster evacuation and/or recovery centres. Provide outreach (doorknock) assistance to residents in disaster area once disaster/emergency has passed. Days and times as needed. ****This opportunity comes to you via Volunteering Central Coast. Please ring 4329 7122 to make a booking for a telephone or face-to-face interview so we can refer you for this role or visit Volunteering Central Coast Website & submit your interest****

    Id:53356
    Disaster Relief
    Long Term
    Gosford NSW
  4. Incident Support Crew

    Can you work under pressure to short deadlines? Volunteer in the NSW SES incident management team during a severe weather event. There are a number of important roles that need to be undertaken to help things run smoothly in keeping the community safe. The role of the Incident Support Crew member is an intense and challenging experience!

    Id:109047
    Disaster Relief
    Event Volunteering
    Wollongong NSW
  5. Logistics Support

    It takes a team of committed people to provide everything that’s needed in the NSW SES during storm and flood emergencies. Logistics support volunteers use their skills to prepare facilities and maintain equipment and supplies to keep up with the high-paced demand. This role is integral in delivering urgent needs during operations when keeping the community safe.

    Id:109048
    Disaster Relief
    Event Volunteering
    Wollongong NSW
  6. Community Connector

    Engaging with the local community is vital for the NSW SES in keeping people safe during severe weather. Listening to members of the community and working together enables us to better manage how we build resilience to flood, storm and tsunami events. A Community Connector has an important role during times of disaster and also in helping to prepare communities to be ready for disasters when they occur.

    Id:109046
    Disaster Relief
    Event Volunteering
    Wollongong NSW
  7. Community Educator - Resilience Champion

    Red Cross are recruiting Community Educators to join its Preparedness Engagement and Education Team. Become a part of a group that conducts discussions/sessions on ways to prepare for emergencies - be the change you want to see!

    Id:106098
    Disaster Relief
    Long Term
    Across: Ellenbrook WA, Bullsbrook WA, Herne Hill WA, Gidgegannup WA
  8. Community Educator - The Pillowcase Project

    The Pillowcase Project is a school-based program designed to build children's knowledge and capacity to prepare for emergency situations. We are on the lookout for Community Educators to deliver disaster prep workshops to students. Join us in putting our hands together to teach students how to make an emergency kit.

    Id:106101
    Disaster Relief
    Long Term
    Across: Herne Hill WA, Bullsbrook WA, Gidgegannup WA