Join the team of local volunteers who monitor and operate the Marine Radio for sea rescues. Full training and ongoing support is required. 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 where you will look over one of WA's most beautiful beaches and man the systems as well as wide doorways, low wall switches and easy to reach IT systems.
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The SES is an emergency services organisation that assists the community during storms and natural disasters. The service is also called upon to work with the Police Department in searching for missing persons and assist with rescues.
We require 2-3 people who we can train to become Volunteer Firefighters who preferably live in the Northam town site area (1.5hrs from Perth.) Work hrs are dependent on your availability. Be part of a friendly and supportive team, get active, make new friends, learn valuable job skills, serve your community and challenge yourself today!
Volunteers undertake various roles according to their abilities, interests and what they are comfortable with. Support members undertake non operational roles eg. welfare, communications and peer support.
VMRS Volunteers roles include crewing a marine vessel, Radio Communications, Chart reading and Navigation and Administration.
Volunteer Member at the Melville Branch of the State Emergency Services Unit.
To work on a roster to cover the Water Rescue Group and work within a team to ensure the effective communications on the Mandurah Waterways.
To train and join the team of dedicated volunteers who are able to help in the event of an emergency at sea. To be involved in Sea Search and Rescue.
When a natural disaster strikes or an emergency situation arises, DFES’s State Emergency Service (SES) volunteers can be found providing a wide range of volunteer services to help the community cope from the impact a disaster. This involves providing emergency repairs on buildings, to restoration of essential services and ferrying cargo and passengers across flood waters. Helping the community to recover by responding to natural disasters is only part of SES’ responsibility.
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.
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