CAMP VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR BLAZE AID TOOMA, NSW
COUNTS FOR 88 DAYS
Relevant paperwork is provided for you by the camp coordinators at the end of your time as a volunteer.
PLEASE NOTE THIS IS A VOLUNTEER POSITION AND THEREFORE IS UNPAID.
Blaze Aid is in need of new camp volunteers for our Tooma base in NSW.
General duties for a volunteers are as follows:
- working in the kitchen helping to cook lunches and main meals for the camp
- fencing with local farmers to help repair fences damaged by flood/fire. (You will receive full training so no prior experience is required)
- Cleaning communal areas
All food is provided on camp and there is plenty of space to bring your own tent/caravan/ motorhome/swag or tent. Temp accommodation can be provided for those who don't have tents. The camp has toilet blocks and hot showers too. Please note that the area is very rural and therefore the accommodation is basic and has limited power.
Having your own car would be a huge advantage as we are in a very rural area.
More information about the camp can be found here.
If you are interested please reply to this ad or email us on .
Tiffany Iliff & Freya Gomez Bosch
Tooma Blaze Aid Camp Coordinators
Postcode: 2642 (Tooma, New South Wales)
Not a backpacker? That's ok. We accept applications from Australian citizens, permanent residents, international students as well as working holiday visa holders. If you are qualified for this position, please register and apply via the form below.
This job vacancy was been posted over 40 days ago, but is still active and currently accepting new applications.
Login or Register to Apply Online
Not already a member? Register for free and create your online resume to apply. If you are already registered or have applied for a vacancy before, you can login below.
Member since: March 2020
BlazeAid is a volunteer-based organisation that works with families and individuals in rural Australia after natural disasters such as fires and floods. Working alongside the rural families, our volunteers help to rebuild fences and other structures that have been damaged or destroyed.
Equally important, volunteers also help to lift the spirits of people who are often facing their second or third flood event after years of drought, or devastating losses through bushfires. BlazeAid volunteers work in a disaster-affected area for many months, not only helping individuals and families, but also helping rebuild the local communities.
Farming, Animals & Conservation