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North Wales Fire & Rescue

Firefighters

Firefighters

The role of a modern day firefighter is very broad based, requiring a range of skills which will challenge you in more ways than you may imagine.

Having the confidence to work with schools to educate young people in fire prevention, fit smoke alarms in people's houses and talk to diverse communities, is as important as your ability to deal effectively with an emergency situation.

Firefighters need to be people who not only reflect our communities but also want to put something back into those communities. We are particularly interested in hearing from women and people from minority ethnic groups.

Please click here to download the 'Do you really want to be a firefighter?' document

Please click here to download the application process document

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Wholetime firefighters

Full-time firefighters are based at the following stations: Bangor, Caernarfon, Colwyn Bay, Deeside, Holyhead, Llandudno, Rhyl and Wrexham.

When a recruitment campaign is in operation, this website will clearly indicate the recruitment period. Application forms are not issued from the North Wales Fire and Rescue Service directly, but from our recruitment service provider. Contact details for an application pack will be itemised at the time of recruitment. Application forms are not issued or held at any other time.

Please click here for feedback on the recent Wholetime Firefighter recruitment campaign.

Retained firefighters

If you like the idea of being a firefighter, why not think about the retained service?

These are part-time posts, involving attendance at training courses, a weekly three-hour training session and responding to calls, as and when required.

In return, we pay a retaining fee and payment for each call or training session you attend.

To be considered as a retained firefighter, you must be fit and healthy, over 18 years old and have reasonable eyesight (some correction is acceptable). You also need to live or work within four minutes of one of our fire stations. We particularly need people who can respond to calls during the day.

To find out where there are opportunities for retained firefighters, click here.


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