Change gear and volunteer with CTST

Community Transport Services Tasmania (CTST) is looking for volunteer drivers to join the team to help people remain independent and connected in the community.

New volunteer drivers are needed in Hobart and surrounding areas.

“Our volunteers are highly regarded by our consumers for the exceptional services they provide,” CTST Chief Executive Officer Lyndon Stevenson said.

“They are a lifeline for out consumers who rely on transport to get to medical appointments or to get to the shops, the bank, or to catch up with.”

To be a driver with CTST, you will need a valid driver license.

Drivers have the flexibility to choose the days they can volunteer and how far they are comfortable to drive.  A CTST vehicle is provided to transport consumers in, and CTST takes care of insurance.

Training is provided and drivers are supported on the road by a friendly Driver Support team. A generous reimbursement program is also offered.

CTST has been delivering door-to-door transport for eligible consumers across the state for more than 30 years. The not-for-profit service is for eligible clients aged over 65 years (or over 50 for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders), or aged under 50 for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders) who have a condition preventing them form undertaking daily activities, such as a disability.

To become a volunteer with CTST, visit www.ctst.org.au/volunteer

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