Unit Volunteers

Be part of a great team as a Unit Volunteer with NSW SES

Every NSW SES volunteer is part of a team of over 10,000 highly-trained professionals across the state who share a commitment to helping their communities. NSW SES volunteers come from all walks of life and bring a wide range of skills, experiences and backgrounds to the roles they perform.

There are lots of roles that you can do depending on what you like and what you want to learn. Whether providing on-the-ground support, assisting in operational support roles or raising community awareness through education programs, there are many ways to be part of NSW SES.

NSW SES has a spectrum of membership options and includes members who attend training every week, to those who maintain their skills and attend only when required. It includes members with specific skills, and members who have a more diverse skillset. The spectrum is broad to encourage a diverse volunteer workforce with the skills and experience required to meet community needs.

Are you ready to get involved? Apply Now 

Can I become a Unit Volunteer if I am under 18 years old? Volunteers can join the NSW SES at ages 16 and 17 but must complete a Parent and Guardian Consent form at the time of joining.

Volunteers aged under 18 can still participate in most NSW SES activities but cannot attend incidents which may involve trauma, such as Road Crash Rescue

Meet Daniel Doody, a Unit Volunteer with the NSW SES:


Learn more about NSW SES roles here:

Are you ready to get involved? Apply Now 

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