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Department of Parks and Wildlife

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Western Australia’s Department of Parks and Wildlife has primary responsibility for managing the state’s national parks, marine parks, State forests and other reserves, for conserving and protecting native animals and plants, and for managing many aspects of the access to and use of the state’s wildlife and natural areas.

Top Employability Skills:

  • Communication
  • Team work
  • Technology
  • Initiative & enterprise
  • Problem solving
  • Planning & organising
  • Self-management
  • Learning

Other attributes that we seek in applicants:

Genuine interest in natural environment

Study Areas:

  • Agriculture, Environment
  • Science

Opportunities for Students:

  • Work experience
  • Internships
  • Employment

Applications open to all students.

Contact Details for Student/Graduate Enquiries:

Contact name: Sue Oakman (Recruitment Coordinator)

Phone: 9219 9281
Email: [email protected]
Website: https://www.dpaw.wa.gov.au/about-us/working-at-dpaw