Find a Government Job
Nationwide, the government is broken down into 3 levels; Commonwealth (or Federal) Government, State/Territory Government and Local Government. Every level is in charge of it's particular industrial relations so they accordingly regulate and hire their work force on their own. Every level of government and exactly how they recruit is described in more detail following.
The Commonwealth (or Federal) Government deploys laws produced by the Federal Parliament. The Federal Government's obligations are determined in the Australian Constitution and fundamentally incorporate countrywide concerns, like industry and commerce, currency, immigration, defence, telecommunications and welfare. The Commonwealth Government is headed by a Prime Minister. Commonwealth Government agencies can be found in all areas of Australia, within both urban and non-urban regions.
An index of Commonwealth Government departments and agencies is readily available here.
All permanent and several non-permanent vacancies are announced openly on this website.
The WA State Government is responsible for things, for instance like police, schools, roads, hospitals, public housing and business regulation.A fairly comparable framework to the Commonwealth Government is noticed in the State Government, which is headed by a Premier. Positions in the State Government are located throughout Western Australia with the bulk located in Perth.
A listing of the government's departments and agencies can be found here.
All permanent plus some temporary opportunities are publicised widely on this website.
Local governments help the state and are normally in the form of a council or shire. Local governments are accountable for town planning, building works, local roads, parking, water and sewerage, waste disposal, domestic animals and community facilities. A council is headed by a Mayor. Local government office buildings are positioned in every council or shire in the state.
When looking for a council job, there are few websites that list some vacancies, however it is recommended that you go directly to the council's website to ensure you don't miss an advertised job.
A list of Western Australia's councils is available here.
Some, but not all council jobs are listed on the Careers at Council website, a national initiative deisgned by the state and territory Local Government Associations. However, not all positions are found here and it is recommended that you check each council's individual website. Visit Career at Council here.
Some vacancies are listed here.