disaster recovery

VOLUNTEER

Member Benefits

Operational Deployments
Deploy on disaster relief operations both in Australia and around the world in the wake of natural disasters. If you have trained for a war zone, you will excel in a disaster zone. You will see for yourself the difference we make to communities and to each other.

Service Projects
DRA members often propose short term projects to address a community need. These projects range from helping war widows to assisting entire communities. See a problem – see a solution.

Training
DRA provides a broad range of general and specialist training. From UAV and imagery analysis to Incident Command Systems and Volunteer Management. Our training opportunities are near constant and ever evolving to keep us at the cutting edge.

Professional Development
DRA genuinely recognises the existing skills and experience of military veterans and first responders. You will never be asked to jump though unnecessary hoops to deploy. But we also offer pathways for professional development. Whether you are an experienced leader or a specialist in your field, DRA will both challenge you and help you grow.

Employment Opportunities
Whilst DRA is a volunteer based organisation, opportunities for part and full-time employent are often available. If you are looking to start or progress your career in the disaster relief field, volunteering in DRA is the place to start.

WHO SERVES?

Military veterans, emergency responders and motivated civilians can join and deploy with Disaster Relief Australia on domestic and international disaster operations. If you’re committed to serving those in need, there’s a spot for you on the team.

general induction day

Want to meet some local DRA members in your area? Come along to a General Induction Day. There is one near you!

Do you think you have what it takes to help communities devastated by disaster?

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