Apply to be a wholetime firefighter

About the role

We currently have no plans for wholetime recruitment. When this changes, we will update accordingly.

Register your interest in Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue.

As a wholetime firefighter you will be responsible for your efficient and effective performance.

You will be responsible for ensuring efficient and effective function and delivery of your element of the divisional, station or department plan.

You will be required to implement appropriate methods to ensure that tasks and targets are met and any failure to achieve is identified, examined and steps taken to address the issue.

As part of your conditions of service you will be required to fulfil the role of firefighter under the nationally agreed firefighter role map.

Where held, you will perform the duties required of any appropriate specialist operational function.

Under the control of crew manager, you will be responsible for the maintenance and testing and recording of the use and testing of operational equipment to ensure operational readiness.

Where required, you will support the watch manager with other tasks and duties appropriate to the role.

Is the role for you?

Consider these questions – can you answer yes to all?

Are you able to:

  • work at heights?
  • work in enclosed spaces?
  • work unsociable hours?
  • work in hot, cold, wet conditions?
  • see people in traumatic situations?
  • see injured people?
  • work with unpredictability?

If this sounds like you, you can find out about the recruitment process and how to apply on the following pages.


  • trainee (phase one): £24,191
  • development (phase two) £25,198
  • competent (phase three) £32,244

Trainee to competent may be a period of two years.

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Contact wholetime recruitment

Telephone: 0800 3580 204

Have a Go Days

LFR ‘Have A Go’ days give people an insight into what a firefighter does and the required strength, fitness and aptitude. Please note: you must be 18 years of age or over to participate.

Book on a Have a Go Day