Fire Fighters Learnership Positions

Posted on :

6 Jan, 2014

Category :

Internships in South Africa, Learnerships in South Africa

If you are interested in Fire Fighting then this opportunity is for you. Candidates will be required to successfully complete the required training for Fire Fighters, namely Fire Fighter 1. Hazmat Awareness and First Aid Level 3.

Basic Salary: R110 637 p.a

Ref No. SS 1/14 Contract Post


A grade 12 qualification (maths and physical science preferred)

18 years or older

Must not suffer from fear of confined spaces or heights

Must be physically fit

Previous experience in a fire-related industry would be advantageous

The ability to work in a team and cope with stressful situations

No criminal record


Note: Candidates need to pass a physical assessment comprising of the following:


Reach test

2.4km run



Dead Load Carry

Ladder Climb

Claustrophobia Test

Candidates must also pass a written assessment (maths and comprehension), behavioural assessment and medical evaluation PRIOR to appointment.


Special conditions attached to the post:


Non-permanent contract position for duration of training

Candidates will advance to a Permanent Learner Fire Fighter position upon successful completion of the training programme.


Required to wear a uniform


To be considered for these positions and participate in the assessments, applicants must follow the instructions as detailed below.


Please not that if your surname matches the listings below you will be required to report to 53 Berkley Road, Ndabeni (old abattoir premesis) by 8:00 on the dates stipulated.


A, B, C, D or E – 13th January


F, G, H, I, J or K – 14th January


L, M, N – 15th January


O, P, Q, R or S – 16th January


T, U, V, W, X, Y or Z – 17th January


Please also note you need to bring along:

Original ID document

Recently certified copy of ID Document

Recently certified copy of Grade 12 certificate, or for 2013 matriculants, a recent certified copy of the statement of results

PT clothes for the fitness tests

Your own refreshments

No correspondence will be entered into with unsuccessful applicants or with third parties.


Anybody asking you to pay money to schedule your interview or offer you job may be a scam

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