Lancashire Fire and Rescue Service are recruiting on-call firefighters.Advertisement
The service are asking for those who want to help their local community to apply with recruitment open until Wednesday 8 November.
They are asking for people from all walks of life, from self-employed tradespeople and stay-at-home parents to employees of small businesses and large, well-known organisations.
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Working as an on-call firefighter means being involved in a wide range of activities in your local area, from responding to emergency calls to carrying out work in local communities to support their needs or providing prevention advice to help keep them safe.
The fire service can offer flexibility around study, work, and family commitments, training and development opportunities and a chance to make a difference in your local community.
Anyone can be an on-call firefighter, as long as they meet the entry criteria and are able to respond to the station within the required time.
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No qualifications are required but there’s a selection process which includes physical and practical tests and a medical.
Before applying, you need to make sure you meet these requirements:
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