Being a St John First Aid Volunteer provides people with an opportunity to enhance their existing qualifications or learn a variety of new skills, whilst giving back to the community, a service that is truly valuable. St John First Aid Volunteers are readily mobilised to provide first aid or support services as part of the State Emergency Management Plan - working alongside the other emergency services during bush fires and floods. So if you love the action, the buzz you’ll have a great time
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If you enjoy working outdoors throughout the Adelaide Hills region in support of Bicycle SA's recreational cycling events then join our volunteer team as a Traffic Marshal. You will be responsible for the safe passage of the recreational cyclists as they ride through your particular location which could be in the Adelaide Hills region or Fleurieu Peninsula.
Are you interested in gaining valuable experience working in a live classroom environment by delivering an emergency preparedness session ? Apply now and help Primary School students to be better prepared for emergencies.
The South Australian State Emergency Service (SES) is a dynamic volunteer-based emergency service organisation which provides immediate assistance during emergency situations and natural disasters. Volunteers perform a variety of roles to help their community.
The key responsibility of the position is to provide assistance to the ICCU staff in supporting patients or families who may benefit from additional support and/or assist with directing relatives to the appropriate services as directed by ICCU staff. Volunteers must approach patients in a professional manner and maintain a high standard of quality service in a confidential manner.
We provide opportunities and support for children and families at risk through holidays and recreational activities designed to promote personal, social and cultural growth and development. Every Monday Night (Incluing Public Holidays) we provide Community Food Nights, which offer free food, activities, haircuts and MORE to families and children in need all over South Australia.
The Country Fire Service (CFS) accepts young men and women aged between 11-18 years to become cadets. The Cadet Program enables young people to learn about the CFS, develop practical skills required of CFS volunteers and also become involved with an organisation that provides opportunities for personal development. Please note: Not all brigades have a Cadet Program.
The State Emergency Service (SES) accepts young men and women aged between 13-18 years to become cadets. The Cadet Program enables young people to learn about the SES, develop practical skills required of SES volunteers and also become involved with an organisation that provides opportunities for personal development. Please note: Not all units have a Cadet Program.
Would you like to provide logistics support with an opportunity to explore the world famous Flinders Ranges as far north as Blinman, in South Australia, then do join us on our 2019 Outback Odyssey, 4 -19 May, 2019.
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