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Aboriginal services

Aboriginal services directorate furthers the interest of Aboriginal people through its leading role in the Aboriginal Justice Program and the Aboriginal Mediation Service. Staff have the opportunity to play an important role in improving the lives of Aboriginal people.

Corporate support

Corporate services staff provide support services across the Department. We offer excellent career prospects for people working in many fields of corporate support, including:

  • accounting
  • administrative support
  • contract and asset management
  • finance
  • human resources
  • information technology
  • internal auditing
  • policy development
  • project management
  • public affairs.

Court & Tribunal Services

As a team member in Court and Tribunal Services, you would play a part in ensuring the delivery of an effective justice system.

We offer a variety of challenging and fulfilling roles in courts, including:

  • administration officers
  • business analysts
  • case management officers
  • customer service officers
  • fines enforcement staff
  • jury officers
  • roles supporting the judiciary
  • victim support workers and counsellors.

We have offices in metropolitan and regional WA – so you could work close to home or transfer to one of our regional locations if you’re looking for a change.

Legal and policy areas

The State Solicitor's Office and the Parliamentary Counsel's Office employ specialist lawyers to meet the needs of Government. Just like a law firm, we also offer career paths in many facets of the legal system:

  • law clerks
  • legal secretaries
  • litigation support offers
  • paralegals
  • policy officers
  • project managers.

Office of the Public Advocate

You could help to protect and promote the rights of adults with decision-making disabilities to reduce their risk of exploitation, abuse and neglect. There are a number of satisfying roles, including:

  • community education officers
  • finance and advocacy investigators
  • guardians
  • policy officers.

Public Trust

The Public Trustee provides professional and independent trustee and management services.

You could deliver services to the community, including:

  • administering deceased estates
  • helping establish enduring powers of attorney
  • helping people to prepare wills
  • overseeing the financial and legal affairs of people who cannot make these decisions themselves.

Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages

You could have a rewarding career in one of Western Australia's vital service areas:

  • helping with family history research
  • managing demographic records critical to progressing the State's planning
  • performing civil marriage ceremonies
  • registering births, deaths and marriages.

To view and apply for positions see our current vacancies.

Last updated: 1-Sep-2015

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