As a Sturt SES volunteer, there are a variety of career paths that you can take. We will discuss with you your intentions and determine if either an operational or non-operational position best suits you.
Sturt SES members train and respond to a vast range of emergencies. These include but are not limited to:
Want to know more about what its like to be an operational member?
For more information access the 'What SES does' page.
Volunteering with the SES doesn’t need to involve mud, dirt, heat, cold, rain and sweat. In fact, successfully running a SES unit for our community is a significant undertaking that involves much more than trucks, helmets, lights and ladders. Critical roles involving finance, media, incident management and community education provide essential assistance to Sturt SES on an ongoing basis.
These roles are generally non-physical, can be designed to fit into any work/life commitment, are essential to the success of Sturt SES as a whole, and provide a rewarding experience for those who want to contribute but don’t see themselves as ‘lights and sirens’ types.
To deliver and maintain our 24/7 emergency response for our community, the Sturt SES Operations and Support Team utilises volunteers to assist with:
Sturt SES is not actively recruiting directly into non-operational positions. However, we encourage you to please contact us today to learn how you can help us serve our community.