BlazeAid Camp Coordinators is a voluntary role and the coords help to facilitate the coordination of volunteers to work with rural families. They ensure that the camp runs smoothly, and within the existing BlazeAid Model.
As a Camp Coordinator, you can help change a community that has been affected by natural disasters. Not only do we help clear and rebuild fencing, we help families see a way ahead after the destruction of fires, floods and cyclones. General duties include:
- Completing a daily roster for volunteers
- communicating with local farmers about work that is required
- maintaining the camp including responding to any concerns regarding tools, weekly food orders, general supplies
Camp Coordinators can be short-term or long term. Initially, you’ll work alongside someone at an existing basecamp to gain an understanding of what’s involved.
If you’re interested in becoming a Camp Coordinator, you need to:
- have good people skills, and an ability to understand the level of despair that often exists after disasters;
- be efficient and well organised, and willing to work within the existing BlazeAid Model;
have the ability to multi-task;
- be in good health, and able to work long hours, often in a busy environment
- Eligible for 2nd year sign off and counts towards your 88 days
- You will be required to take a COVID test before coming to camp
- There are two positions available so if you are two friends or a couple looking to complete your days then this is an ideal role.
- this is a VOLUNTEER position and is UNPAID
Postcode: 2642 (Tooma, New South Wales)
This job vacancy was been posted over 40 days ago, but is still active and currently accepting new applications.
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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.
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