Fire & Rescue NSW (FRNSW) is seeking adaptable, flexible, team orientated men and women with a strong community spirit for employment as retained firefighters in their community.
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Step 1. Search for your local Retained Fire Station by entering your postcode or suburb.
What is a Retained Firefighter and what do they do?
Retained Firefighters are a diverse group of people who balance work and family commitments to work on an ‘on call’ part-time basis for FRNSW. They are trained to work as a team, and deal with emergencies such as fires, road accidents and hazardous material spillages.
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Benefits of being a Retained Firefighter
In addition to meeting a range of new people, there’s the chance to make a real contribution to your community by ensuring the protection of their families, homes and environment.
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Where are retained fire stations located?
Most FRNSW Retained Fire Stations are located in regional and country areas.
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