The AOD Street Team Member works alongside other Street Team volunteers including a Team leader to engage vulnerable and intoxicated people to ensure their safety and well-being. Teams are made up of a minimum of 3 members who walk together in specific designated area/zones where people tend to gather, such as night clubs and bars. Come join our team and bring HOPE to the lives of others!
The AOD Street Team is a community that seeks to create a place of belonging for everyone. We seek to bring hope, healing and restoration to our community through a holistic approach to social and personal development by providing a range of services to the marginalised and poor.
This Role Will See You...
- Identify, respond and support vulnerable individuals
- Work collaboratively within a team to achieve best response outcomes for people requiring assistance
- Assist the Youth Street Teams – Team Leader and volunteers to call emergency services when required.
- Provide basic First Aid support, as appropriate and within recognised skillset
- Accurately record any incidents as directed by Street Teams – Team Leader and Volunteer Coordinator
- Contact families and friends, and/or other support networks as required
- Facilitate safe transport home
Qualifications & Experience Requirements For The Role
- Commitment to the Christian faith and experience in relevant field highly regarded
- First Aid certificate highly regarded
Mandatory Requirements Of The Role
- Complete The Salvation Army's volunteer registration process
- Integrity Checks (Police Check & WWCC) will be required
- Complete TSA mandatory training and induction modules, and any other training as required
Roster & Time Commitment
- Various night shifts available over the weekends.
- Please advise your availability in your expression of interest
A role profile for this position is available upon request and will also be provided to the successful applicant during the interview process.
The Salvation Army is committed to achieving a diverse workforce and strongly encourages applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.