Fire & Rescue Service community volunteer

Give just four hours a fortnight to help your local fire station make your community safer.

Community volunteers aid our crucial prevention work in the fire and rescue service. We welcome inquiries from those interested in joining.

Role description

You can read more about the role and responsibilities below.

Successful applicants must commit to eight hours of volunteering monthly. They join various community activities and events. The goal is to engage and promote home fire safety.

Additionally, they receive full training.

How to apply

If you feel you can offer eight hours a month as a community volunteer, please email frs.volunteers@westsussex.gov.uk.

 
Last updated:
7 June 2024
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