Do you want to help your community to be more resilient? Do you enjoy working with kids, older adults, and firefighters? Would you like to be a leader in the community? If so, there’s a spot for you on our team, from San Diego to Sacramento, Lake Tahoe to Santa Barbara, we are looking for people who care about community, disaster preparedness, and making a difference that benefits others.
When the next big earthquake, wildfire, flood, or other unexpected disaster strikes, Californians need to be prepared. MySafe:Riverside’s mission is to change behavior before it’s too late. We want to build a safer, more resilient community. We want Californians to be ready when wildfires, mudslides or earthquakes strike. Our volunteers make our mission possible. They’re making their own communities,
and all of California, safer.
Do you speak a second language? We’re looking for translators.
Are you an EMT and want to increase your income? We’re looking for EMT members to join our team as educators and home fire safety inspectors.
We provide all the training. You must be at least 18 years old, have graduated from high school, and have a valid California Driver’s License.
You don’t have to be a young person, either? Are you a retired firefighter, nurse, police officer, or veteran? We’re eager to build a team of people who have served, and who wish to continue sharing their expertise and experience with the community.
Our Administration team is in need of people familiar with grant development, statistical and research analysis, and surveys. We manage our workflow digitally, and people who can help us stay on track are at the top of our “most wanted” list. If you’re well organized, like a challenge, and enjoy working with people, we’d love to hear from you.
To qualify for our Administration Team, you should have previous experience as an administrative assistant, office worker, or be a college student interested in working with a non-profit organization. You also need to be a great communicator, digitally and in person.
We’re always interested in people who love social media. MySafe:Riverside was started by digital nerds who’ve been in web development since, well, since people called it the World Wide Web. We’ve been telling stories with digital video since the days when that was actually considered cutting edge. We’re digital storytellers. If you consider yourself a writer, an actor, a filmmaker, a minor YouTube celebrity, a Twitterholic, a Facebook fan, a Instagram junkie, a Tumbler dweeb…okay, I’m sure you’re getting the idea. We’d love to meet you.
To qualify for our Communications Team, you should have some experience in one of the following areas – journalism, writing, blogging, video production and editing, photography, social media or digital storytelling. Oh yeah – we’d also love it if you spoke another language! Bonus points for Spanish, Japanese, Chinese and Korean.
Are you a firefighter? Retired firefighter? Paramedic or EMT? A number of our volunteers are on the job, and all of them find their work with us rewarding. When you join our team and present our programs, you’ll be an instant hero. You’ll be interacting with kids overjoyed to see you – or older adults who’ll hang on your every word.
To qualify for our firefighter volunteer team, you must share your rank, time on the job, and how that professional experience translates to our organization. As an example, we own a fire engine. If you’re an engineer, we’d be very happy to talk to you. If you’re a Captain or Battalion Chief, your leadership and organization skills will help us deliver a better product. Details below.
As an EMT, I know the work we do at MySafe:CA is amazing and could result in children and families never having to know what the inside of an emergency room looks like.
I love helping the kids become heroes to their families when they bring our fire safety training home!
Being a part of this great organization gives me the honor of working with and serving some of the greatest people I have ever known.
I feel honored to be part of a team that is creating a safer environment for families from myriad communities around the state.
Trying to bring safety messages to a population as large and diverse as California’s is challenging. That’s why we work with local firefighters. There’s no one better to identify the unique risks a community faces than the first-in fire company.