Help CTST drive our community

CTST Driver
CTST Driver

Do you love to drive?

Community Transport Ser­vices Tasmania (CTST) is seeking volunteer drivers to join their team to provide door-to-door transport services for clients around the state.

For the past 30 years, CTST has been a trusted not-for-profit provider of affordable door-to-door community transport for eligible clients.

Kerry Pohle is one of the volunteer drivers who help clients maintain their inde­pendence and social con­nections by driving them to non-emergency medical appointments, shopping and social outings.

“I became a volunteer driv­er because I love people,” Kerry said.

“I particularly wanted to provide a service to people with a disability and help them get out and about in the community. I pride myself on delivering a good service and making clients feel comfortable while in the car with me, having a laugh or sing-along.”

Kerry has been a volun­teer driver with CTST for more than three years and encourages anyone to get involved.

“When I’m out, if I hear people looking for some­thing to do while they are retired for example, then I’ll give them a flyer and encourage them to be a driver.”

To be a driver with CTST, all you need is a valid driver licence and everything else is taken care of. Drivers are given the flexibility to choose the days they can volunteer and how far they are comfortable to drive.

Drivers are provided with a vehicle and comprehensive training. They receive sup­port on the road and there is a generous reimburse­ment program.

“CTST couldn’t exist without the support of our wonderful volunteers,” said Lyndon Stevenson, Chief Executive Officer of CTST.

“Our team of volunteers provide a valuable service to our clients so they can remain connected and liv­ing in their community.

“If you are looking for a re­warding way to give back to the community and enjoy driving, we would love you to join our team.”

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