Emergency and safety
Work with emergency services
Being a firefighter is no ordinary job as the work is varied and challenging, with no two days ever the same. With regular training, a career in firefighting offers plenty of opportunities to develop new skills and to specialise in particular areas.
For a career that makes a real difference, consider life as a NSW Police Officer. It's a career where your skills, integrity and determination can really help to make a safer community.
To become a volunteer you need to be aged 16 and over. Some skills you can acquire once you have joined up include: becoming a competent crew member, radio operator, skipper of a rescue vessel, help to fundraise, and enjoy the social life among a friendly team of community service orientated people.
Information for members of the NSW SES Volunteer Association including a discussion forum, photo gallery, activity updates and news that may be of interest to members.
Information on how to become a Nipper, Surf Lifesaver or Lifeguard in NSW.
Volunteering opportunities in the NSW emergency services.