Tasmania Fire Service Recruitment Update 2017

Hi! This is Brent Clayton from FireRecruitmentAustralia.com with a recruitment update for the Tasmania Fire Service (TFS).

Great news for all aspiring firefighters in Tasmania as TFS has finally opened its recruitment campaign. They are looking for men and women to become part of the next batch of Trainee Firefighters for the 2017-2018 intake.

If you want a challenging yet rewarding job that provides many opportunities for professional growth, then consider applying to become a career firefighter for the TFS.  Make sure to send in your application before it closes on Sunday 26th February, 2017 at 11:55pm.

To check if you are eligible, here are the essential requirements:

  • current manual driver’s licence with no restrictions
  • high standard of health and fitness
  • Australian residency or a valid work visa

You must also meet the medical requirements of the TFS and must be able to work at heights or in confined spaces.

Submission of application will require your current resume and application form addressing key selection criteria.The first stage of the application is a crucial part as your documents will be thoroughly reviewed. The quality of these will determine whether you are to progress to the next stage or not. Following instructions is quite very important if you do not want to be disqualified. Late applications will not also be considered. Remember that TFS uses the merit principle in their selection process. The key is to highlight your work-related qualities as you fill out the application form.

I highly suggest you have your documents reviewed by someone who is an expert in the recruitment field or better yet have them professionally written.

In case, you do not know anyone, just let me know and I will point you to the right direction.

Also, if you want to give yourself the best chance, know that there are e-books and one-on-one coaching services available. These are proven to cut off the chase in finding the right resources that work.

If you want a more targeted approach and if you see the value in investing in yourself to get this career, then these are for you. If not, there is always the free training course available as an alternative.

Cheers,

Brent

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Brent Clayton

After becoming a Firefighter, I developed a massive interest in the Fire Services Recruitment and Selection Processes. I’ve been working since 2007 to learn everything about how Fire Services Recruitment works. I’ve tested and refined proven methods to help people get the edge over the competition. Today, over 100 of my former students are living their Firefighter dream.