Firefighter Salary 2017

The average mean Fire Fighter (fire service officers) full time annual salary in the UK is £33,018 and the median £32,946 for part time employees this drops to a mean of £18,067.

For men the mean full time salary of £33,087 is 4% higher than the full time mean for women £32,490.

This is calculated on the basis of different levels of Fire Fighter jobs in the UK and is based on the provisional ONS dataset (Occupation (4 digit SOC) – ASHE: Table 14) which was released on 26 October 2016.

Usually, the starting salary is around 21,000 for an entry level, graduate or junior firefighter. However, this salary scale can be around £36,365-£40,109 for a senior firefighter . For more accurate information on firefighter salaries, please simple make a job search; as the job posts in the UK usually state the salaries.

Besides, the salaries can be considerably higher and vary a lot in cities like London, Brighton, Birmingham, Manchester, Edinburgh. It is also a fact that your salary will depend whether you are a part-time, retained or raf firefighter.