Leicestershire Fire and Rescue Service has a duty to provide the best possible response to emergency incidents within the community of Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland.
We have a total of 20 fire and rescue stations – six of which are permanently crewed by full-time firefighters, eight of which are crewed jointly by both full-time and On-Call firefighters and a further six, which are crewed solely on an On-Call basis. Our firefighters make up the majority of our workforce, but we do have a whole range of support functions who play a huge part in making Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland safer – you might be surprised at how many different areas there are to join.
Applications for wholetime are now closed, but we encourage you to keep an eye out for future recruitment campaigns.
Visit our recruitment portal to view our current vacancies:
Head of People and Organisational Development (Area Manager)
Leicestershire Fire and Rescue Service (LFRS) are looking to appoint a proven leader with management and technical skills to lead and influence key Portfolios. Working to the Assistant Chief Fire Officer you will need to exercise a high level of interpersonal, strategic and innovative skills to meet the challenges of a complex environment. You’ll also need to deliver a range of services across all portfolios to achieve a high quality, affordable and sustainable Fire and Rescue Service for the people of Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland.
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