Assisting with Home Fire Safety and Flooding visits.
Educating the community on Wildfires.
Assisting at station open days.
Leaflet dropping for campaigns or events.
To utilise community skills and knowledge effectively through volunteering to provide safer communities.
To reduce community risk by increasing the capacity of SFRS to deliver prevention works.
To make available to SFRS other skills that volunteers will bring with them.
Build links between Community organisations and SFRS to ensure at risk groups are aware of fire safety.
A commitment of 8-10 hours per month.
Good communication and interpersonal skills.
Ability to work on own initiative, as part of a team.
Ability to complete a small amount of written work and complete forms.
Excellent time keeping and organisational skills.
A full, clean UK driving license and use of a vehicle would be advantageous, but not essential.
Training will be provided to successful applicants.
Full details of the training will be provided once you have been accepted onto the scheme.
Service Volunteer Manager
Surrey Fire and Rescue Service
Assisting with Firefighter for a day, Junior Citizens and other community safety events.
Collecting Home Fire Safety requests and offering advice at community events.
Assisting with Road Safety Awareness.