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Join the NSW SES VA

To be a member of the NSW SES Volunteers Association you need to firstly become an SES Volunteer - follow this link to join the NSW SES as a Volunteer.

Why join NSW SES Volunteers Association?

As an Associate Member of the NSW SES Volunteers Association you have access to a wide range of member services and can have an active role in making the NSW SES and your Unit a stronger organisation.

Benefits include:

How can you become an Associate Member of the NSW SES Volunteers Association?

Membership of  NSW SES Volunteers Association is available to all NSW SES Volunteers who have completed their NSW SES Probationary period. This is usually around three months and based on active participation and completion of the required training.

You are NOT automatically a member of NSW SES Volunteers Association when you join the NSW SES.

You can  Join online or contact our office for assistance on 1300 073 782.


Volunteer Positions Available in the Association

Are you looking for the opportunity to use your existing skills and get experience in member-based roles within the Association?

We have a number of positions advertised across areas including the Volunteers Association magazine, Flowers Coordinator, managing membership, recognition of members as well as Ambassadors.

Links to the Position Descriptions can be found below.

Volunteers Association Ambassadors

Member Recognition Coordinator

Membership Coordinator

Magazine Coordinator

Flower Coordinator

Member Benefit Coordinator

Mental Health Program Coordinator

Please send a cover letter including why you would like to be considered for one of the above roles to office@nswsesva.org.au


We respectfully acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land on which we gather and operate, the Dharawal people. We pay our respects to their Elders, past, present and emerging, and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. We are committed to fostering understanding, collaboration, and reconciliation, honoring the enduring legacy of the First Nations peoples.