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Working for us

A career in the fire service presents a challenge, job satisfaction, stability, opportunities for promotion plus a good pay structure. Most importantly, it is a job that actually matters. North Yorkshire Fire & Rescue Service prides itself on the standard of professionalism of all its staff.

If you are interested in working for us you can find copies of some of our HR policies including our flexible working policy, flexitime scheme and our Staff Code of Conduct under the Strategies, Polices and Procedures section of our website.

You can find out how we will use personal information you provide as part of your application in the Privacy Notice on recruitment which you can view here. 

Vacancies

Details of support staff vacancies can be found here.

Vacancies for operational roles (including on-call/retained firefighters) can be found here.

Contact our HR Department

If you have any questions about a career in the Fire Service or any HR matter please contact:

Human Resources Department,
North Yorkshire Fire & Rescue Service Headquarters,
Thurston Road,
Northallerton,
North Yorkshire
DL6 2ND.
Tel: 01609 780150
email Recruitment@northyorksfire.gov.uk

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