How much do firefighters earn in Australia

Firefighter Australia - salary, how to find a job

What's the salary - Fireman Australia?
How do I find a job - Firefighter Australia?


The most popular locations to find a job are: Melbourne, Sydney, Canberra (capital), Brisbane, Perth, Adelaide, Gold Coast, Newcastle, Hobart

Salary for the job: Firefighter Australia - USD 3453
Average salary Australia - USD 3056
Official currency: AUD (Australian dollar)

Influence of professional experience on salary:
Beginners: + 15%
Medium career workers: + 2%
Senior career workers: -16%


Chart: (1) Salary - Firefighter (2) Average Salary - Australia


Diagram: (1) Experienced (2) mid-career (3) newcomers

Employee benefits
Pension plan: yes
Health insurance: yes
Internal and external training: No.
Employee career development plan: Usually yes

Typical work requirements
Required level of education: intermediate school leaving certificate
Certification: Required
Computer skills: Not necessary
Trial period: No.
Official language: English
Foreign language skills: not necessary
Driving license: required
Work Experience: Salary Impact - Moderate

Type of employment:
Full time
Part time
Temporary employment
Night shift
Temporary contract
Industrial sector: security

Working hours and paid vacation
Working week: Monday - Friday
Working hours per week: 38
Overtime: Usually not
Paid vacation days: 20 (the contract may differ)
Paid holidays: 10
Lunch break: No.
Lunch break duration: 30 minutes
Flexible working hours: No.

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