Issued on: Wednesday 03 May 2023
Leicestershire Fire and Rescue Service to recruit summer interns with the University of Leicester.
Leicestershire Fire and Rescue Service are excited to be partnering with the University of Leicester to recruit three summer interns into the Service.
This forms part of the University of Leicesters’ Citizens of Change programme in which undergraduate students have the opportunity to apply for a range of summer internships with organisations across Leicestershire.
Interns will join our Corporate Communications and HR departments to work on a variety of exciting projects looking at educational campaigns, recruitment drives, design work, and website projects.
Chief Fire and Rescue Officer, Callum Faint, said: “It’s great to continue our partnership work with the University of Leicester and we are thrilled to be able to offer three new internships for undergraduate students.
“This is an exciting opportunity and interns will be able to gain a valuable insight into the work we do here at Leicestershire Fire and Rescue Service.”
We are looking forward to welcoming the successful students as they will join us for six weeks starting in June.
If you are a University of Leicester undergraduate student or know someone who is, direct them to the MyCareers platform to find out more and apply! The deadline for applications is Friday 12 May.
- Campaigns and Recruitment Communications Intern
- Graphic Designer Communication Intern
- Website and Digital Communications Intern
Notes to Editors:
Interviews can be arranged through prior arrangement with Corporate Communications on the details below.
About the Service
Leicestershire Fire and Rescue Service provides emergency response, prevention and protection services from 20 stations across Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland. Its headquarters is based in Birstall, Leicester.
During 2021/22, we attended a total of 8,259 emergency incidents, including 1,968 fires and 707 road traffic collisions. A total of 12,938 Home Safety Checks were completed and we fitted 3,546 smoke alarms. 233 schools were visited as part of the Service’s schools programme, delivering fire and road safety education to 6,724 pupils.
The Service’s prevention, education, enforcement and inspection programmes have resulted in significant reductions in the number of incidents attended.
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