SES Volunteer's Association of Western Australia Incorporated

“Together we can; Together we will”

07/07/2023 – SESVA Committee Elections 2023


All Units are invited to nominate SES members for election as President and Vice President South and Units in the relevant regions are invited to nominate SES members for the positions in that region.

The nomination form and nomination information can be found on the SESVA website via the link below: SESVA Elections 2023 – SES Volunteers Association of WA (

The SESVA Management Committee is a deliberative body. The general management of the affairs of the Association is vested in the Management Committee.

The principal task of the SESVA Management Committee is to do all things necessary to support and represent the interests of West Australian SES Volunteers.

Management Committee members are elected for a two-year term in alternate years.  SESVA Management Committee members have the opportunity to make a positive impact on the development and growth of the SES community.

They are also afforded the opportunity to develop themselves both professionally and personally while gaining valuable insights and unique experiences through their service to SES volunteers.

If you have not previously held a position on a management committee, we believe you will find the experience rewarding, and maybe at times challenging. Naturally, your personal satisfaction will be commensurate with the energy you commit.

Sarah says “Nominate for the North East region for a rewarding experience.”
Belmont SES Volunteer, Sarah Hamilton, enjoyed working closely with local Volunteers of the SES Units in the North Coastal region. “Being a SESVA representative has been a very rewarding experience,” relates Sarah.

“I have met so many people with amazing skills and stories, and I have had the privilege to get to know them, their teams and their needs.

Representing our volunteers and serving them through the VA has given me a deeper understanding of what SES does and about the range of talent, skills, creativity and abilities we have in our state.”