Emergency Response Volunteer (Pontypridd)
When there is a fire, flood or severe weather, we’re among the first to respond. From making a cup of tea to trekking through snow and sleet to deliver the essentials, we work with other organisations to do what’s needed straight away.
**We are looking for someone who:
Can be available for 4 X 6 hours shift per month
Can access Pontypridd Fire Station, Rhondda Cynon Taf (CF37 1RU) within 30 minutes
Have held a driving licence for at least 2 years which allows you to drive in the UK. Have access to your own vehicle and be willing to drive a British Red Cross vehicle or leased vehicle
Are available to undertake around 35 hours of required e-learning modules and Zoom training sessions in the first few months of volunteering (please see details in the Learning Pathway attached) plus refresher training.
Welsh language fluency preferred but not essential
Due to the nature of this role, applicants must undergo an Enhanced with Adults barred Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check
Health and Safety Statement
We take an individual approach to ensuring your safety.
We may ask you to complete a simple risk assessment and will also have a conversation with you to discuss and identify any adjustments you may need.
Diversity is something we celebrate. We want you to be able to bring your authentic self to the Red Cross and feel that you belong. We want to create an inclusive environment, and promote and spread the power of kindness. As part of creating an inclusive space we have an expenses policy that prioritises volunteers not being out of pocket for expenses linked to your role. If up front costs are difficult, you can speak to your volunteering manager about this to find alternatives. We welcome refugees, asylum seekers and others currently in the UK to volunteer with us. We want volunteering to be accessible to everyone.
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