Full-time Firefighters Recruitment (wholetime)
The online registration portal will be available here from noon 8th April until noon 10th April 2019.
You can choose to complete the online registration in either Welsh or English.
You will need an active e-mail account to complete the registration process.
During the online registration process you will be asked to provide your personal details and to complete a realistic job preview which allows you to self-asses your suitability for the role – the results of this are private and for your reference and consideration only.
If you choose to proceed, you will then be asked to answer some basic questions to ensure that you are eligible to apply.
The eligibility assessment will identify if you are:-
• Aged 18 or over – there is no upper age limit
• Able to prove you have the right to work in the UK
• Physically, mentally and medically fit enough to pass the national selection tests and medical assessment – information about the tests and assessment is available at www.nwales-fireservice.org.uk
• Able to drive with a valid driving licence
• Able to achieve satisfactory results to a basic DBS check – you are required to disclose information about any unspent convictions; to find out if a conviction is unspent visit www.disclosurecalculator.org.uk
• Able to demonstrate personal qualities and attributes that are aligned to our Core Values – information about our Core Values is available on our website
• Willing to commit to our Welsh language scheme which requires all new recruits to achieve a minimum of level 2 Welsh language speaking skills within a 12 month probation period (if not already demonstrated on application) – full support and training will be provided as appropriate. Welsh level 2 requires that you can; understand the gist of conversations in work, respond to simple job-related requests and requests for factual information, ask simple questions and understand simple responses, express opinions in a limited way as long as the topic is familiar, understand instructions when simple language is used.
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