(Last updated - 19/09/2017)
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CJ began volunteering with the Sturt SES unit in November 1995 at the age of 14 years old.
CJ has held various volunteer roles including Team Leader, Training Coordinator, Communications Coordinator, Operations Response Manager and was promoted to Unit Manager in September 2015
He has delivered courses including SES Shoring, Tools & Equipment, Rescue Operations, and Drive Vehicles Operationally.
Outside of SES, CJ works full time as a Category Manager for an automotive parts company. He enjoys supporting the Adelaide Crows and plays baseball.
The Unit Manager is responsible for overseeing the general management of the unit including operations, human resources, finance, administration, logistics and equipment. The Unit Manager needs to ensure compliance with relevant legislation, and SASES policies, procedures and their unit’s constitution.
Certificate II in Public Safety (SES Rescue)
Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (Enterprise Skillset)
SES 5 Year
SES Long Service Award (first clasp)
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Marnie began volunteering with the Sturt SES unit in 2013.
Marnie showed leadership skills early on in her volunteer career and has been responsible for areas such as recruitment, stores, supplies and was appointed Deputy Unit Manager in September 2015.
She actively manages our Unit's recruitment drives & membership enquiries. Marnie assists in training new members through the Unit induction & Level 1 process.
Outside of SES Marnie works part time as a Project Engineer. She also enjoys spending time with her young family and holidaying on the Yorke Peninsula.
The Deputy Unit Manager is required to provide assistance to the Unit Manager through undertaking delegated responsibilities and providing support with managing the unit including operations, human resources, finance, administration, logistics and equipment.
Bachelor of Engineering (Chemical)
Matthew began volunteering with the Sturt SES unit in August 2007.
Matthew has deployed intrastate and interstate to assist in times of extreme emergencies. He also played a key role in developing our technical rescue capabilities and strategic planning.
Outside of SES, Matthew works fulltime in the Emergency Service Sector and enjoys participating in down hill mountain bike events.
The Operations Response Manager is responsible for the operational readiness of the Unit. They ensure systems and resources are in place to support timely, efficient and effective response to incidents. They liaise with the Unit Manager and the Training Coordinator to ensure that personnel have adequate training and that equipment is maintained and operational.
Swift Water Rescue (Technician)
Certificate II in Public Safety (Firefighting Operations)
Bachelor of Justice and Society
SES 5 Year