Just wanted to give everyone an update about the western australian fire service recruitment process DFES has added a driving validation component to there selection process, just something to be aware of if you are preparing, not something to worry about. I have included the details for you below.
Joining the fire brigade takes determination and dedication. This profession provides a great opportunity for candidates to become members of a body of professionals. Your job is to minimize the impact of hazards in many emergency situations. If you are physically fit, community minded, and team-oriented, then you should review the following firefighter recruiting process of the NSWFB.
It’s been over a years since the South Australia Metro Fire Service (SAMFS) has recruited full time Firefighters to join their ranks. They should be due at any time to begin another recruiting session but that’s never a guarantee. With people retiring from Firefighting later in their life, thanks to the poor economic situation, and improved safety measures (which is never a bad thing) reducing the needs for a more steady churn of new recruits, it can be quite some time between recruitment sessions.
A variety of personality traits may be found in people who choose to fight fires professionally. Performing such a task requires confidence, diligence, and the ability to remain calm and clearheaded in an emergency situation. Because this is such a challenging job, those who wish to become firefighters must pass the firefighting aptitude test. Australian firefighters provide a wide range of different services, and the aptitude testing is a reflection of that fact. There is much competition among applicants, and it is not uncommon for people to fail at the testing level. Failure to move past this level means that one cannot progress to become a firefighter. Fortunately, coaching is available to help applicants pass the tests.
If you are looking for a good job with a future, you might want to consider being a firefighter. This could be a great opportunity for the right individuals. Here is additional information on conditions, duties, and benefits, of a firefighting job in Australia.
Firefighter jobs in Western Australia are often available and the DFES or Department of Fire & Emergency Services is the place to check. These jobs can be highly rewarding and provide many benefits. Here are some important things to know about the DFES recruitment process when you apply to be a fireman WA.