SalaryOffers of appointment are made within the agreed salary banding for the role. You will be appointed at the development rate of pay and upon satisfactory progression will receive the competent rate of pay. If you have applied for a part time post your salary will be pro-rated, that is, you will receive a proportion of the full salary corresponding to the hours you work. Salaries are paid monthly by Direct Bank Credit Transfer on the 15th day of the month.Salary Scale ranges from £20,099 to £44,108 Hours of WorkThe full working week is 42 hours per week, worked in accordance with the respective shift pattern.Job ShareFurther details of the conditions relating to the Control Job Share Scheme are available on request.ProbationNew employees are subject to the satisfactory completion of a six month probation period. During this period you will be expected to establish your suitability for the post.HolidaysAnnual leave entitlement is as follows:Scale A 25 days Scale B 5 days In addition to annual leave Control staff are entitled to eight statutory holidays per year. Leave entitlement for part time employees is calculated on a pro rata basis.PensionAll new employees are automatically admitted to the Local Government Pension Scheme, which provides ill health and retirement benefits. Employees can opt out of the scheme, and full details are given on appointment.
Trade Union MembershipSouth Wales Fire and Rescue Service fully supports the system of collective bargaining, believes in the principle of solving industrial relations problems by discussion and agreement, and recognises the rights of individuals to belong to appropriate trades unions. Car ParkingParking is available at all Fire and Rescue Service premises.RefreshmentsA canteen facility is available at our Headquarters premises.Uniform All employees will be issued with appropriate and approved uniform in order for them to carry out their duties.Gym FacilitiesWe have free on-site gym facilities at most locations.