About this opportunity
What does the Volunteer Fire and Rescue Service do?
Volunteer Fire and Rescue Service (VFRS) volunteers play a significant and vital role in helping to ensure their local communities are safe.
- Responding to local emergencies, such as: structure fires; bush and scrub fires; road crash rescues; and hazardous material emergencies.
- Working with the community to identify and manage local fire risk.
- Undertaking local fire prevention activities with the community.
- Engaging with the community and schools regarding fire safety.
What are the benefits of volunteering?
- Increase your knowledge and skills.
- Opportunity to join a team and meet great people.
- Serve your community.
- Personal satisfaction and challenge yourself.
- Opportunity to apply your skills in a new environment.
- Attending fires, road crash rescue and hazardous material incidents whenever possible.
- Participating in training and drills.
- Attending brigade meetings regularly.
- Maintaining appliances, equipment and personal protective equipment.
National Police Certificate *.
- Safety & Emergency Services
New volunteers are provided with training to become operational, this means new volunteers may need to provide a greater commitment to start. Feel free to drop into the Brigade on a Monday evening to introduce yourself and have a chat.