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Disaster Welfare Support Volunteer, Auckland

Last update 2024-07-19
Expires 2024-08-19
ID #2141024337
Free
Disaster Welfare Support Volunteer, Auckland
New Zealand, Auckland, Auckland,
Modified May 3, 2024

Description

You could be deployed to assist in a flood, fire or other large-scale emergencies, and you’ll help with a range of activities that could include:
Setting up and providing support in evacuation centres
Undertaking needs assessments to understand what support people need
Providing psychosocial support
We have 20 teams around the country that are prepared to help in their communities or in neighbouring regions at short notice. Teams are listed by their regular training location.
Support your community during an emergency. Join your local Disaster Welfare and Support Team (DWST) and help people prepare for disasters and to get through when an emergency or disaster happens.
Requirements:
You’ll receive training in comprehensive first aid, psychological first aid, welfare support, and other essential skills for the role. Our teams train regularly and sometimes take part in scenario-based exercises with other response teams.
We need you to be physically fit, a good communicator and able to commit to your team for at least 12 months – some of our volunteers have been with us for more than 20 years.
Meet new people, gain a range of new skills and be there for your community. Apply to be a disaster welfare support volunteer now.
Health, Safety and Wellbeing (HSW)
Make sure your actions (or lack of actions) don’t harm your health, safety and wellbeing, or harm anyone else.
Take part in a HSW induction, training, programmes and activities.
Follow all instructions given to you about health, safety and wellbeing
Follow all NZRC HSW policies, standards and procedures about health, safety and wellbeing.
Make sure you have the right training for any activities you are doing.
Use personal protective equipment (PPE) for any work activities that may need it to stay safe.
If you spot a hazard, or you are involved in an incident or near miss, report this straight away.
A Police background check is required for this role.

Time commitment:
Commitment required: Ongoing.
Shift duration: 12 hours
Shift time: Evening, Variable

Getting started:
The first step is to express your interest by filling out the form below. We will then put you in touch directly with the organisation for more information on the role and how to proceed.
Ref: 1388
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Demographic information:

Disaster welfare support volunteer

Location:

Blenheim

Organisation:

Red Cross (Marlborough)

Category:

Emergency Services

Hours:

Both/Flexible

You could be deployed to assist in a flood, fire or other large-scale emergencies, and you’ll help with a range of activities that could include:
Setting up and providing support in evacuation centres
Undertaking needs assessments to understand what support people need
Providing psychosocial support
We have 20 teams around the country that are prepared to help in their communities or in neighbouring regions at short notice. Teams are listed by their regular training location.
Support your community during an emergency. Join your local Disaster Welfare and Support Team (DWST) and help people prepare for disasters and to get through when an emergency or disaster happens.
Requirements:
You’ll receive training in comprehensive first aid, psychological first aid, welfare support, and other essential skills for the role. Our teams train regularly and sometimes take part in scenario-based exercises with other response teams.
We need you to be physically fit, a good communicator and able to commit to your team for at least 12 months – some of our volunteers have been with us for more than 20 years.
Meet new people, gain a range of new skills and be there for your community. Apply to be a disaster welfare support volunteer now.
Health, Safety and Wellbeing (HSW)
Make sure your actions (or lack of actions) don’t harm your health, safety and wellbeing, or harm anyone else.
Take part in a HSW induction, training, programmes and activities.
Follow all instructions given to you about health, safety and wellbeing
Follow all NZRC HSW policies, standards and procedures about health, safety and wellbeing.
Make sure you have the right training for any activities you are doing.
Use personal protective equipment (PPE) for any work activities that may need it to stay safe.
If you spot a hazard, or you are involved in an incident or near miss, report this straight away.
A Police background check is required for this role.
Time commitment:
Commitment required: Ongoing.
Shift duration: 12 hours
Shift time: Evening, Variable
Getting started:
The first step is to express your interest by filling out the form below. We will then put you in touch directly with the organisation for more information on the role and how to proceed.
Ref: 1388
Apply for this role:

First name:

Last name:

Address: *
Phone number:

Email address:

Keep me updated with the latest roles and events

Demographic information:

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Other information (optional):

In applying for this position I confirm that I have read the requirements of the position and believe I have the skills and attributes required to carry out this role safely and effectively.
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Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Disaster welfare support volunteer

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