Easier application process
Our aim is to make it easy for you to apply for a position with DAA. There is no requirement to address the specific selection criteria, but we are particularly interested in how your skills, knowledge and experience match the role you are applying for.
- Summarise your experience in three pages or less,
- Attach a detailed CV/resume
- Complete an application form.
Talent in demand
DAA is always looking for talented people to join our team. Please don't hesitate to enquire about one of our vacancies, or send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Our working conditions
The Department provides many flexible working options and has family-friendly policies which include part-time employment, purchased leave, deferred salary scheme and flexible working hours.
DAA employee conditions of service and entitlements are in accordance with the Public Service General Agreement 2008 read in conjunction with the Public Service Award 1992. Further information can be obtained from:
Jobs offered for six months or more will require the successful candidate to submit a National Police Certificate at our request. A criminal conviction will not automatically preclude an individual from employment and each case will be considered on its merits and strict confidentiality will be observed. Further information about criminal record screening can be found at the following link DAA Staff Criminal Record Screening Policy
DAA has approximately 160 staff located throughout the state with offices in the Perth CBD and Midland, as well as regional locations including Kalgoorlie, Albany, Broome, Port Hedland, Geraldton and Kununurra.
DAA has excellent employment opportunities for committed individuals with good interpersonal and communication skills and the capacity to liaise effectively with diverse customer groups.
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