WATC employs people from a broad range of disciplines including finance, economics, law, accounting, information technology and human resources.
Working at WATC is a rewarding endeavour that provides interesting and challenging work that benefits the Western Australian public sector in a collaborative workplace culture.
WATC staff enjoy flexible working arrangements that allow people to:
- vary their start and finish times
- work from home
- temporarily change to part-time employment
- apply for permanent part-time employment or job sharing
- substitute public holidays for different days.
WATC staff also enjoy wellness initiatives that include:
- provision of free fruit
- discounted health insurance through corporate membership of HBF
- annual flu vaccinations, skin cancer screening and general health checks
- access to an Employee Assistance Program
- participation in lunchtime sporting activities.
Staff at WATC undertake interesting work and projects for the benefit of the Western Australian public sector.
WATC encourages staff to undertake professional development by providing 100 per cent financial support for relevant tertiary studies.
WATC also provides professional and leadership development through formal training courses and by supporting staff to work alongside technical experts.
WATC has an ongoing commitment to diversity and is currently developing a workforce plan that includes actions specifically aimed at improving diversity.
Reward and Recognition
Staff are acknowledged for excellent performance by their peers and management through a reward and recognition program that is framed around WATC’s corporate values.
The Women in STEM and Trades Pledge
WATC is committed to supporting women in STEM and Trades. WATC:
- recognises the benefits to women, organisations and the Western Australian economy of more women working in STEM fields and trades
- supports increased opportunities for women to undertake training and pursue careers in STEM fields and trades.