Department of the Premier and Cabinet (WA)
Type of Organisation
The Department of the Premier and Cabinet is an agency of the
Western Australian Government.
A connected government that delivers a brighter future for Western Australians. At the
Department of the Premier and Cabinet, we lead the public sector in providing policy
advice and support to the Premier and Cabinet in their service of the community.
Our role is to provide trusted policy advice, foster effective partnerships and deliver
high quality strategic services to achieve whole-of-government priorities.
Through our values of Leadership, Connection and Impact, our collective efforts working with the public sector and the community enable us to deliver high quality outcomes that benefit the lives of all Western Australians.
Our people and culture are at the core of our Department. We value diversity and inclusion and nurture our talent and expertise to meet challenges. We understand that by bringing all our strengths together as one, we can realise our objectives and work in ways that empower our people to succeed.
Locations where there are vacancies for graduates
Residency requirements for Graduates wishing to apply
Australian Citizens and Permanent Residents only.
Roles available for Graduates
Policy, Legal, Human Resources, Aboriginal Engagement, Communications and Marketing, IT, Organisational Development.
Degree Subjects Required for Graduates wishing to apply
All degrees are eligible and we welcome diversity in degree programs.
What do recent graduates say are the best things about working with us?
"I have been forced to get out of my comfort zone and push myself in areas that I did not think I would. There is lots of support as a graduate and opportunities to ask lots of questions, seek help and learn. Our graduate coordination ensures that each rotation will be beneficial for our development as a policy officer, and regularly checks in with us about our progress."
"One of the main positives is how interesting the work is, and the grads' fairly unique opportunity to be exposed to a large variety of it through our rotations. I also appreciated that this exposure didn't come with excessive responsibilities, giving me the ability to spend a lot more time learning about the areas I rotated through compared to other new starters. Finally, another positive is the friendly and supportive workplace culture I've experienced in each rotation."