Vertical Rescue Operator
Vertical rescue operators use their specialist skills to rescue people and animals trapped at heights and depths, often in challenging environments such as a cliff face, mine shaft, tower, grain silo, cave, mast, building or drain. Operators are located at units along the coastline and in areas with popular recreational climbing areas, mining facilities and industrial complexes.
What's involved in this role?
These rescues usually involve people who have fallen while bushwalking or people who have been trapped in high places. Roles in these kinds of rescues may include using specialist equipment and techniques for rescuing people at height or from depths.
What you'll love
- Learn a skill you can use recreationally
- Enjoy training in some scenic locations across NSW including cliffs, caves and towers
- Put your skills to use and make a difference.