Here at South Wales Fire and Rescue Service we employ more than 1,700 people to deliver our services across ten unitary authority areas.

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Wholetime Firefighter

Wholetime Firefighter

Are you serious about fire safety and able to demonstrate the skills relevant to being a modern day Firefighter? Then read on….

Wholetime Firefighter list

  • Respond to Road Traffic Collisions (RTCs)
  • Respond to Chemical Spills
  • Respond to animal rescue
  • Continuous training throughout career
  • Based on Station during shifts
  • Maintain fitness and healthy weight throughout career
  • Deliver Fire Safety Messages to Schools
  • Clean and maintain equipment
  • Deliver engagement and attraction activities for Firefighter recruitment campaigns
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On-Call Firefighter

On-Call Firefighter

On-Call Firefighters are a vital part of today’s Fire and Rescue Service. This could be you. Then read on...

On-Call Firefighter list

  • Live within the local community of Station (due to response times)
  • Respond to Road Traffic Collisions (RTCs)
  • Respond to Chemical Spills
  • Respond to animal rescue
  • Attend weekly drill session
  • Continuous training throughout career
  • Respond to medical emergencies
  • Maintain fitness and healthy weight throughout career
  • Deliver Fire Safety Messages to Schools
  • Clean and maintain equipment
  • Deliver engagement and attraction activities for Firefighter recruitment campaigns
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Wholetime Firefighters, On-Call Firefighters, Control Staff, Support Staff and Auxiliary, we are all united in our commitment to provide the people of South Wales with the best service we possibly can.

We are keen to attract people who share this commitment so if you would like to join us, please take a look at our current vacancies for the latest opportunities we have to offer.

We are NOT currently recruiting for Wholetime Firefighters, however we ARE recruiting for On-Call Firefighters.

We look forward to hearing from you!