The South Australian State Emergency Service (SES) is a volunteer-based organisation that responds to a wide range of emergencies and rescues across the state 24-hours a day, seven days a week, 365-days a year. Primarily responsible for responding to extreme weather events including storms, floods and heatwaves.
SES volunteer roles include: – Operational roles (Road crash rescue, marine rescue, swiftwater rescue, vertical rescue, confined space rescue…) – Operational support roles (Communications, community engagement, administration…) All SES volunteers receive free training by experienced and qualified trainers.
SES volunteer roles are available across all of metropolitan Adelaide and regional South Australia. If you live in South Australia, chances are you’ll find your local SES Unit near you.
Learn new skills, receive free training, gain real world experience and support your local community, call 1300 364 587 or submit our SES Volunteer Registration Form to learn about volunteering opportunities near you.