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OUR STORIES

inspecting buildings for safety, delivering legislative and regulatory reform; and undertaking fire investigations.

Or you might work in corporate, technical and workshop positions, providing critical leadership and support in delivering fire and rescue services.

This is about our work - how we work together within MFB and how we work with and contribute to the emergency management sector.

There are many different career opportunities and experiences for people of MFB. As a firefighter, you might be required to fight fires; attend emergency management response incidents where people require CPR; help with rescues at road accidents, buildings, worksites or trenches; deliver fire safety education to schools and community groups; or clean up hazardous materials.

You may also get involved in high level emergency management planning;

This exhibition explores and celebrates some of the stories of these women, their challenges and achievements, and the progress made as MFB continues on its journey embracing diversity.

This exhibition explores and celebrates some of the stories of these women, their challenges and achievements, and the progress made as MFB continues on its journey embracing diversity.