Found 4 Emergency Response volunteering opportunities in Western Australia WA

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  1. Boat Crew

    Join the volunteer rescue Boat Crew and be involved in the running and operation of our rescue craft! All training will be provided by MRG and promotion through to rescue skipper is possible. Training includes radio operation, boat handling, navigation, rope handling, towage, search and rescue and a host of other maritime skills.

    Id:158135
    Emergency Response
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Lancelin WA
  2. Radio Monitor

    Consider this exciting and rewarding role by joining this local, volunteer-run, emergency service team by monitoring and operating the Marine Radio for sea rescue purposes. Radio Operators keep ongoing computer logs of outgoing boats and operates radio to respond to situations. Volunteer members enjoy contributing to their community through their rewarding and satisfying work, whilst obtaining a high degree of training and qualifications in the maritime industry.

    Id:158113
    Emergency Response
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Lancelin WA
  3. ICV Crew- Communications Officer

    You don't have to be a burly, hose-wrestling bloke to be a firie! The Darling Range Volunteer Bush Fire Brigade Communications work at the control centre of a fire or search manning the radios, tracking firies, mapping fire shapes, and providing specialised support to the Incident Management Team (IMT).

    Id:88707
    Emergency Response
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Mundaring WA
  4. Radio Operator

    Albany Sea Rescue are looking for volunteers to operate a 2 way radio and computer to talk to mariners who call in when going fishing. They operate 24 hours/7 days per week, with 3 shifts per day. Training will be provided. Will need to sit and pass a National Radio Competency exam.

    Id:149194
    Emergency Response
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Emu Point WA