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Staffordshire Fire & Rescue Service - Preventing, Protecting, Responding

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Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service prides itself on being an equal opportunities employer. We are proud to be a two tick symbol employer and we are nationally recognised as being excellent against the FRS equality framework. We particularly welcome applications from people who are underrepresented including operational roles from women, people with disabilities, LGBT and people from ethnic and religious minorities.

Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service uses the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) checking service to assess applicants suitability, in order to meet the Home Office Code of Practice, and therefore have produced a Recruitment and Inclusion DBS Policy Statement.

Applications are now invited for a place on the Fire Service Executive Leadership Programme 2016 (ELP ). For more information go to the Fire Service College website.

The most common perception of the Fire and Rescue Service is one of firefighters riding in fire engines and fighting fires.
Retained Firefighter’s are a crucial part of the Fire Service - they provide an efficient and effective emergency service to the community of Staffordshire.
Support staff along with firefighters work as a team to ensure that we keep Staffordshire safe.
Our engagement with Apprenticeship programmes offers a way of unlocking talent within existing staff and our local communities.

Your contribution will help us protect people from the risk of fire in their own homes and will provide a valuable service to the community.

Girls Can Be Firefighters  

When you picture a Firefighter, what do you see? Many people are under the impression that women can’t be Firefighters.

We are always looking to recruit  Chaplains

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Equality & Diversity

SFRS have embraced the Equality Act.