Hereford & Worcester Fire and Rescue Service
Hereford and Worcester Fire & Rescue Service
2 Kings Court
Charles Hastings Way
Tel: 01905 368343
About Hereford & Worcester Fire and Rescue Service
Hereford & Worcester Fire and Rescue Service is responsible for providing day-to-day fire and rescue services across the two counties of Herefordshire and Worcestershire.
Our stations are staffed by a mix of 'wholetime' firefighters - operating on a full-time basis and providing an immediate response - and ‘on-call’ firefighters who work and live in their local communities and respond to emergency calls whenever they are needed.
There are many interesting career opportunities with us, in Fire Control or one of our non-uniformed specialist support roles as well as being a firefighter.
Non-uniformed staff work in areas including Finance, Community Safety, Training, Human Resources, Information Technology and Workshops.
Equality and inclusion
We aim to provide equality of opportunity in employment and service delivery and welcome applications from people from all backgrounds and sections of society.
7 jobs with Hereford & Worcester Fire and Rescue Service
Salary: Crew Commander in line with NJC Grey Book pay scales Location: Various locations across the HWFRS boundary Contract: Fu
Scale 5 £21,074 - £23,111 per annum 37 hours per week ICT Department, Hindlip Park The role Two permanent opportunities have arisen in the ICT de
PO1 £30,756 - £33,136 per annum (additional 18.69% on-call allowance) 37 hours per week ICT Department, Hindlip Park The role Two permanent
***This Job is for University of Worcester Students Only*** Hereford & Worcester Fire and Rescue Service are responsible for providing day-to-day fir
Scale 3 £17,681- £18,672 per annum 37 hours per week Performance & Information Department, Hindlip Park A permanent opportunity has arisen in the P
Service Accountant PO3 £38,052 - £40,858 per annum 37 hours per week Finance Department, Hindlip Park The Role A permanent opportunity has arisen
We have 27 Fire stations across the 2 counties of Herefordshire and Worcestershire. All stations have an on-call fire engine, which is crewed by a ded