Ten firefighters – together with 4 who had been visiting the Nightingale Hospital – had been despatched to the scene at about 7.30pm.
The St Catherine’s lifeboat was additionally launched and two crew members went ashore to evaluate the person’s situation.
He had no critical accidents however had tried to climb to security and had change into caught in a precarious place the place he may not climb down.
A firefighter additionally boarded the RNLI lifeboat to behave as a liaison and communication hyperlink between the vessel and fireplace crews on the shore.
The rescue crew used ropes to carry the person to security.
In a Fb submit, Jersey Hearth and Rescue mentioned: ‘Though solely struggling slight accidents from his makes an attempt to climb to security, he was chilly and affected by indicators of shock.
‘This incident demonstrates the wonderful joint working between Jersey Coastguard, RNLI Jersey and Jersey Hearth and Rescue.
‘We want to remind the general public that in case you are planning on visiting among the island’s extra distant coastal areas you test the tides and guarantee you’ve a means of elevating the alarm in case of an emergency.’