The National Emergency Services Museum sits in the bustling heart of Sheffield and houses a treasure trove of curious objects and fantastic vehicles. An innovative and forward-thinking self-funded and independent organisation NESM is a centre for community, discovery, learning and fun. Open 5 days a week with over 40,000 visitors NESM provides a unique and characterful home in the Victorian Police, Fire and Ambulance station for a wonderful historical collection with engaging and hands-on exhibitions like Blood, Bandages and Blue Lights: a History of the Ambulance Service, The Sheffield Blitz and even modern life-safety exhibitions which combine technology and visual displays to create a truly immersive visitor experience. NESM also puts on regular in-house and city wide events. These range from all things big and small; from the regular large-scale 999 Family Fun day on the Moor to vintage events, fairs, memorabilia sales, charity events and more!
Are you looking for a dynamic, exciting and engaging cause to donate your valuable spare time or skills to?
NESM offers an unusual, engaging and exciting venue full of interesting and varied roles. From fire engine driving to events management, from front of house to archiving NESM strives to offer an inclusive, memorable and diverse volunteering environment. Whether it be to pass the time, to develop hobbies or interests, to gain work experience or to just get involved in a new community NESM can offer a multitude of opportunities.
NESM is also a passionate advocate of inclusive volunteering communities; we work alongside the Autism Centre for Support Employment and other organisations in offering opportunities for those with additional needs. If this is something of interest, please get in touch.
Current Volunteering Vacancies:
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