In emergencies call 999

Our firefighters have one of the most respected jobs within the community: responding to incidents, preventing them from happening and protecting people and property in West Yorkshire. Find out more about what they do, promotion opportunities and technical areas they specialise in.

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Become a firefighter  |   Career progression

Our employees do more than just putting out fires, they aim to reduce risks to West Yorkshire people and property. We deliver prevention programmes to make people safer from fire and other emergencies. Our protection activities focus on commercial properties, including schools, hospitals and businesses. Employees working in support roles ensure our front-line services are managed and delivered effectively.

We employ professionals in many areas of expertise, including:


  • Position: Firefighter - Cleckheaton Fire Station/Technical Rescue and USAR Technician (internal only)

    Contract Type: Full-time, Permanent

    Job Function: Firefighter

    Closing Date: 15 September 2019

    Salary: Firefighter salary

    Location:

    Applications are invited from competent Wholetime Firefighters to become a Technical Rescue and Urban Search and Rescue Technician in conjunction with the recognised Firefighters role. The role will work on the Day Crewing Specialist Duty System.

  • Position: Instructor Training Centre

    Contract Type: Full-time, Permanent

    Job Function: Firefighter

    Closing Date: 15 September 2019

    Salary: Crew Manager Salary

    Location:

    Vacancy – Training Centre Instructors - Closing Date Midnight 15th September 2019

  • Position: District Prevention Manager (Bradford)

    Contract Type: Full-time, Job Share

    Job Function: Fire Prevention

    Closing Date: 01 September 2019

    Salary: Grade 8 - £32,029 rising to £33,799

    Location:

    Are you a great communicator? Passionate about the safety of our communities? Want to help us reduce fires, road traffic incidents, arson and anti-social behaviour?