On-call firefighters are a vital part of today’s fire and rescue service.
An on-call firefighter is ‘on call’ to respond to a range of emergencies and engages with their community. They have everyday lives and jobs, until the pager sounds - then they become professional firefighters, on the front line, saving lives.
On-call firefighters are paid for their services, they receive thorough training and learn all they need to know about emergency situations.
On-call firefighters come from all walks of life. They could be men and women who are at home, in full or part-time employment, working for themselves, studying at college or university, or not currently employed. They are people who are able to give their time to assist the fire service and help protect their communities.
There are just three requirements - you must:
- live or work within five minutes of an on-call fire station
- be over 18
- be physically fit
If you're serious about becoming an on-call firefighter and you think you have what it takes please complete an Initial Contact Form.
If you would like further information please contact the on-call recruitment team by calling 01376 576698 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
More information on being an on-call firefighter can be found under support documents. ...
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On-call fire stations currently recruiting
Below you can find selected station specific details, including training night, response distances and potential earnings.
Dunmow - day cover only
South Woodham Ferrers