Volunteers have been the lifeblood of St John Ambulance Victoria since 1883. For well over one hundred years our volunteers have been saving lives and delivering care and compassion to those in sickness, suffering and distress throughout Victoria.
Wodonga division is recruiting
Wodonga division is recruiting for committed people who want to join us in delivering First Aid services to the community at festivals and events. The Wodonga division assisted at 200 events every year and have also been involved in helping out at the bushfire evacuation centres.
If you have the time and energy to volunteer we would certainly like to hear from you.
For more information, please RSVP via the form below by 27 February and come along to our information session on 29 February 2020.
The session will include a presentation to give you more information about volunteering with St John, and a group exercise to help us get to know you.
Registrations are now closed for the Wodonga information session on 29 February 2020
The address of the venue, along with some further information will be emailed to everyone who has booked closer to the session date.
Dress code is smart casual. Please bring a copy of your drivers licence or photo ID.
If you are unable to attend the session but are still interested in becoming a volunteer. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss your options.
St John is able to offer a unique range of opportunities/experiences to its volunteers as it recognises, rewards, develops and nurtures the growth of everyone.
Free first aid training and annual reaccreditation program
Uniform to be worn at events
Access to specialist leadership and developmental programs
Opportunity to take on specialist roles
Ability to register for GoodSAM
Protection under StJohn insurance policies
Event Health Services - St John Ambulance Victoria provides First Aid services at big and small events, from local markets and sporting matches to school events.
Emergency management - St John Ambulance Victoria is committed to helping the public in times of suffering and danger, providing First Aid services in civil emergencies, including floods, fires and times of distress.
You meet some very good people and you learn how to help people. The amount of patients I've treated would be unreal...many heart attacks, patients during bushfires, people at the football, cricket or a concert.
St John comprises people of all ages, from different backgrounds. You don't have to work or study in the health field, you might have a passion to give back to the community ad St John is a great way to do that.
For more information on the Wodonga recruitment session.