Leavers volunteers

Do you want to be part of our team?

4 Don't Drink and Drown team members on the beach at Meelup with hundreds of Leavers having fun in the background

Applications are now open for volunteers interested in attending Leavers 2017 to help us spread the Don't Drink and Drown message. Hurry, applications close Friday 8th September 2017!

Who?

Royal Life Saving is looking for confident and enthusiastic volunteers with an interest in health promotion to attend Leavers celebrations in Dunsborough and Rottnest Island.

What?

Volunteers will assist with running diversionary activities and promote the messages of the Don’t Drink and Drown program. We are also looking for volunteers with an interest
in research to help conduct surveys with Leavers.

When?

Sunday 19th November - Thursday 23rd November 2017. Please note this is during the exam period for some universities.

Where?

Dunsborough or Rottnest - transport will be provided to both locations.

Why?

Volunteering for Don’t Drink and Drown at Leavers not only gives you work experience and looks great on your resume, it’s also a fun and exciting week away. All meals, accommodation and uniforms are provided for our volunteers.

Application process

To apply as a Don’t Drink and Drown volunteer, please complete the form below and submit it along with a copy of your resume and a short cover letter explaining you skills and why you would like to volunteer at Leavers. Alternatively please download the application form here: Download application form

Once applications have been received, they will be assessed and successful applicants will be invited to attend a short interview. This interview will help us find out more about you and what you are able to bring the Don’t Drink and Drown Leavers team. Successful applicants will be required to attend a compulsory training session the week before Leavers. This training will cover your role in detail, what to expect at Leavers and basic first aid training.

Please note that volunteer positions are extremely popular and not all applicants will be successful.

 

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