We are actively seeking new trainee firefighters, helping us to continue our commitment to keep people across the Humber region safe.
If you've applied before, please note that there have been updates to the application process. Read the following details carefully.
What is different this time?
Previously, interested individuals submitted an application form when the recruitment window opened. However, this time, applicants are required to attend an in-person Recruitment Awareness Day event to receive a link for the application form. At these events you’ll find out more about what our firefighters do, the application process and try for yourself parts of the physical tests.
There will be further information on the development programme our trainee firefighters complete before they can progress to Crew Manager and beyond. As well as the other benefits of working for us, such as our policies that support you at key times in your life, access to The Fire Fighters Charity and other resources such as our Employee Assistance Programme and Sports and Welfare.
You must attend a Recruitment Awareness Day event if you want to apply and only need to attend one event. Complete our registration form for a Recruitment Awareness Days can be found below.
During the Recruitment Awareness Day, you will have opportunity to apply for the first stage of the application process.
You should read the Candidate Pack which is available on our careers area of the website. This has information about the process and eligibility requirements.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
We’ve put together a list of questions that we get asked a lot. Please look there before getting in contact with us. If we’ve still not answered your question, then drop us an email on firstname.lastname@example.org
1. What to expect at the session:
Expect an engaging and informative session where you'll learn about our culture, Core Code of Ethics, about the role of a firefighter and the recruitment process. There will be presentations, Q&A sessions, and opportunity to try out some of the physical aspects of the tests. It's a great opportunity to meet our team, ask questions, and get a feel for what it's like to work with us.
3. What facilities do we have:
The sessions will be at an operational fire station or our HQ, there will be access to toilets and to fill a bottle up with water. We will provide necessary materials for the ‘have a go’ parts session as well as IT access to complete the first stage of the application process.
5. What if I can no longer attend on the day:
If you can no longer attend, please inform us as soon as possible by emailing email@example.com . This allows us to accommodate others and helps us plan the event more effectively.
7. What if I don’t turn up and don’t let us know:
We understand that emergencies occur, but we appreciate courtesy. If you can't attend, please inform us in advance. If you don't show up without notice, it may affect your future participation in similar events. We value your commitment and communication.
2. What should I wear, and what should I bring with me:
Please come in appropriate clothes so you can easily move about in the ‘have a go’ parts, please be aware that you will be outside for most of the session and there are no changing facilities.
4. Where can I park:
We sadly cannot provide parking at our operational fire stations and there is available parking in the local area, please obey road signs when parking on neighbouring streets. There will be parking available at our HQ for these sessions and information will be provided in the confirmation email.
6. What if there are no more spaces left:
Spaces are limited, so we encourage early registration. If the event is fully booked, consider registering your interest with us for future recruitment opportunities by completing this form. Follow our social media channels for updates on upcoming recruitment activities.