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Become a Volunteer

Emergency service volunteers come from all walks of life but share one common goal which is to help others in times of need.

Emergency service volunteers carry out a range of different roles. These include:

  • Conducting searches
  • Fighting fires
  • Operating radios
  • Providing administrative support
  • Helping contain chemical spills
  • Dealing with storm and flood damage
  • Road crash rescue
  • Marine rescue
  • Providing support to the Metropolitan Fire Service, South Australian Ambulance Service and South Australian Police

As a volunteer with the emergency services you are provided with the necessary training and equipment to carry out your role. Other benefits include:

  • Meeting new people
  • Developing teamwork and leadership skills
  • Keeping fit
  • Having fun
  • Contributing to your community

So, if you think you've got it in you to be remarkable and want to be part of a team that really makes a difference, call the Volunteer Recruitment Hotline on 1300 364 587, visit the CFS website or the SES website to find out more.