The Capel Sub Centre is operated solely by volunteers in the community to provide a service that would otherwise be unavailable. We are always looking for dedicated volunteers to assist with our ambulance response, first aid events and with the day-to-day running of the sub centre.
We require a volunteer ambulance officer to hold a senior first aid certificate and an unrestricted C class drivers license.
St John Ambulance needs volunteers in your community. Volunteer a little bit of your time to learn life-saving skills, meet new people, and help out.
St John Ambulance volunteers play a vital role in communities throughout Western Australia.
Coming from all walks of life, volunteers may be parents or retirees, full-time, part-time or shift workers, even students. No matter what they do, it's their generous contribution that helps us maintain essential services right around the state.
You too can help make a difference in your community by volunteering. There are roles to suit all types of people, so you can be involved at a time and in a position that suits you.
Volunteer ambulance officers are one of our most precious community resources, helping to ensure that the country communities of WA have access to high quality ambulance services and facilities. Major duties of a volunteer ambulance officer include:
First aid volunteers are a regular presence at many of Capel's local and major events, offering first aid assistance and safeguarding the health of the community.
Last Updated on Monday, 24 December 2012 09:22