The Fire Fighter learnership is a collaborative program between Fire Training Academy and Fire Rescue Services. The idea is to provide a chance to qualifying and talented individuals to learn and train to become a professional and skilled fire fighter. Besides getting the knowledge and theoretical skills of the program, candidates will also gain useful working experience and professional conduct when joining this program.
Learn firefighting 2020: vacancies in the west coast.
The West Coast Municipality is committed to providing dynamic and efficient service to the community under its jurisdiction. As a peer-to-peer employer, the Neighborhood Management and Services Department offers 14 fire-fighting opportunities to students from Vredendal (8) and Vredenburg (6).
Firefighter learning 2020: vacancies in the municipality of Ekurhuleni.
Ekurhuleni Municipality strives to provide a dynamic and efficient service to the community under its jurisdiction. As a peer-to-peer employer, the Community Management and Services Department provides 22 firefighting opportunities to students from Daveyton (3), Kempton Park Area (5), Tembisa (5), Springs (3), Benoni (6).
Firefighter learning 2020: vacancies in the municipality of Johannesburg.
The City of Johannesburg strives to provide a dynamic and efficient service to the community under its jurisdiction. As a peer-to-peer employer, the Municipal Community Service and Administration offers 30 fire-fighting opportunities for students from the Johannesburg CBD (9), the Soweto region (7), Alexandra (6) and Randburg (8).
Learn Firefighting 2020: Vacancies in Chuan Municipality.
Tshwane City Municipality is committed to providing dynamic and efficient services to the society under its jurisdiction. As a peer-to-peer employer, the Municipal and Community Services Administration offers 30 firefighting opportunities for students from Mamelodi (6), West Pretoria (5), Central Pretoria (10), Soshanguve (3), Mabopane (3), Garankuwa (3)
Salary: R89403 – R116046 per year
Reference: ACS 1
Performing various tasks in the field of emergency services, fire and emergency services, providing basic medical care, fire prevention and training
Management and maintenance of fire-fighting equipment
Maintenance of fire fighting installations and proper operation, where appropriate, under appropriate supervision to protect the life and property of society in accordance with the Fire Services Act 1987 (Law 99 of 1987).
Grade 11, Abet Certificate or ncv Level 3 Certificate.
A driving license is an additional advantage, but not mandatory.
Fluent in two of the three official languages of the place where you are applying.
Pay attention to details.
It must be mental, physical and healthy.