Outstanding opportunities in Perth,
Western Australia

Looking for the next step in your career? Fancy living and working in one of the world’s most liveable cities?  We have some outstanding job opportunities in Western Australia, so now’s your chance to take that step!

The Public Transport Authority is a highly sought-after employer that is looking for qualified and experienced engineers and transport professionals to help grow the state’s public transport network.

If you would like to be part of an innovative agency committed to providing a safe, reliable and efficient service for passengers, we encourage you to read more ABOUT US and WHAT WE OFFER before APPLYING NOW to express your interest.  

 

ABOUT US

The Public Transport Authority of Western Australia (PTA), is an innovative Government Agency and a highly sought-after employer offering once in a lifetime opportunities to work on major rail infrastructure projects.   The PTA is looking for qualified and experienced engineers and transport professionals to help grow and maintain the state’s public transport network.  We are committed to providing a safe, reliable and efficient service for our passengers.

Working in a large organisation, with a commitment to providing a reliable transport service for the public, means you will have the opportunity to contribute to the community and provide a public service that many West Australians – and tourists from all over the world interact with on a daily basis.

You will be an important part of the third phase of expansion of Perth’s electric passenger rail system since it was electrified at the end of the 1980’s.  The Government has commenced a major program of projects named METRONET, the first stage of which will happen over the next 3 to 5 years which are valued at over AUD $3 billion.  Some of the major projects in delivery, procurement or in the final stages of planning before formal commencement are:

  • The new railway to Forrestfield which passes under Perth Airport;
  • The extension of the Joondalup Line to Yanchep, 40km north of Perth;
  • The extension of the Thornlie Line to join with the Mandurah line;
  • The new station and turn back siding at Bayswater Station;
  • The extra capacity on the Mandurah Line with a new station at Lakelands and a multi-storey carpark at Mandurah;
  • The removal of 6 of the existing road/rail level crossings.  The first at Denny Avenue, Kelmscott is ready for construction;
  • The extension of the Midland Line to Bellevue with a new station at Midland;
  • The rail freight facility at Kenwick and a railcar assembly facility at Bellevue;
  • The railcar stowage and maintenance facility at Bellevue;
  • The acquisition of 300 new ‘C’ series railcars to make up 50 no: 6 car trains;
  • The extension of the Armadale Line to Byford.

To find out more about the PTA and these projects, please visit the following links:

https://www.pta.wa.gov.au/


https://www.metronet.wa.gov.au/projects 

 
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WHAT WE OFFER

At the PTA we’re dedicated to building an organisational culture which attracts, retains and develops the right people, with the right skills, into the right job. We pride ourselves on sourcing and developing local talent, however, we recognise that to continue delivering a high performing network we must continue to source the best talent from around Australia and overseas.

Relocating is a big decision for any individual or family, but you can rest assured that we offer assistance with relocation and visa sponsorship for suitably qualified and experienced international candidates who meet the criteria. This may include:

  • assistance with the migration process and financial support with visa fees
  • the support and services of a relocation consultant to make your relocation to Perth as easy as possible
  • one way economy class airfares for you and your immediate family to Perth
  • relocation of household effects
  • temporary accommodation for you and your family when you arrive in Perth
  • temporary car hire
  • orientation tour of Perth
  • assistance finding long term accommodation and enrolling your children in school.

In addition to a friendly, professional and supportive work environment, our employees enjoy a wide range of benefits, including:

  • great work-life balance, with access to a range of flexible work options and wellness programs
  • generous leave entitlements and up to 10 paid public holidays each year;
  • the opportunity to work on some of the most innovative capital works projects in Australia. 
 
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CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

The Public Transport Authority is always on the lookout for applicants in the following roles. Please select to view more information on each.

 Principal and Senior Signalling Engineers

You could be earning up to AUD$155,202 pa including 9.5% employer contributed superannuation.

You will be involved in the design and maintenance of signalling and crossing equipment throughout Perth’s rail network with the view to continually improving its performance and reliability. In addition to your substantial experience in railway signalling system design, commissioning and maintenance, you will possess an appropriate Engineering Degree qualification (which satisfies the admission requirement for professional membership to the Institution of Engineers Australia). As a Principal Signal Engineer you will be required to demonstrate experience in managing the performance of an operational team.

If you would like specific information about the Network & Infrastructure positions please contact Ms Deborah Siedmiogrodzki, Business Manager by phone on +618 9326 2078.

To access the Job Description Forms for these positions please click the links below:

 


 Principal OLE Electrified Rail Engineer

You could be earning up to AUD$155,202 pa including 9.5% employer contributed superannuation.

The role is responsible for the provision of specialist technical advice on the design and construction of overhead line equipment (OLE) for 25kVac electrified railway. 

A key aspect of the role is to prepare scope of work and participate in the review of design and construction of overhead systems for new electrified railway projects and for modifications to existing systems.  The role also requires review and inspection of works during construction and providing assurance to PTA’s nominated electrical Project Engineer that the overhead systems are safe and fit for purpose.

We are looking for an experienced professional engineer with a degree in electrical, mechanical or civil engineering as recognised by the Institute of Engineers Australia OR a minimum of 10 years demonstrated experience in design of OLE for 25kVac railway environment.

If you would like specific information about the Major Project positions please contact Mr Andrew Cartledge, Director Special Projects by phone on +618 9326 2122; or mobile 0417 921 607.

To access the Job Description Form for this position please click the link below:

 Engineering Assurance Manager

You could be earning up to AUD $162,577 pa plus 9.5% employer contributed superannuation.

You will be the Public Transport Authority’s (PTA) technical lead responsible for management and oversight of the assurance and certification processes for all Systems Engineering aspects of project works during operational handover. This includes RAMS, configuration management, requirements management and technical interface management. Additionally you will be critical in ensuring the planning, design, testing and commissioning of PTA infrastructure is compliant in meeting operational reliability.

The role is in the Major Projects Unit (MPU) of the PTA. The MPU has a large portfolio of projects to expand the urban passenger railway in the Perth Metropolitan Region and immediate environs.There are a large number of projects including new railway lines, extensions to existing lines, new stations and the removal of a number of existing road/rail level crossings.There is a portfolio of work for the next 5 years with possibility of future works in the METRONET program, stage one of which consists of approximately 72 kilometres of new passenger rail and up to 18 new stations, METRONET is a catalyst to turn over 5,000 hectares of land around new stations to desirable places for investment in housing, jobs and services for growing communities. 

As one of the largest single investments in public transport that the city has seen, METRONET will help positively change how people live and travel in Perth. 

You will possess the following:

  • Possession of a tertiary qualification in engineering;
  • Substantial experience at all stages in the verification and validation, testing and commissioning of railway systems to verify and validate requirements (FAT, FIT, SAT, SIT, etc.)
  • Demonstrated management skills including resource, people and project management, converting strategies into operational plans, and achieving operational outcomes.

If you would like specific information about the Major Project positions please contact Mr Andrew Cartledge, Director Special Projects by phone on +618 9326 2122; or mobile 0417 921 607.

To access the Job Description Form for this position please click the link below:

Expressions of Interest

 

Senior Project Managers

The Public Transport Authority of Western Australia (PTA) is seeking Expressions of Interest for successful and experienced Senior Project Managers to work on a range of major transport infrastructure projects.

Background

The Major Projects Unit (MPU) is responsible for the delivery of a large number of high value, complex rail based public transport projects within the METRONET program.  The program of projects will be delivered over the next 5 years and form part of the State Government’s $4.1 billion investment in public transport infrastructure as part of the overall  METRONET program.

A number of projects are underway and these include:

  • Forrestfield-Airport Link
  • Thornlie-Cockburn Link
  • Yanchep Rail Extension
  • Bayswater Station and turnback
  • Denny Avenue Level crossing removal

Forthcoming projects which require a project team led by suitably qualified and experienced Senior Project Managers include:

  • Morley-Ellenbrook Line
  • Byford Rail Extension
  • Midland Station and line extension to Bellevue
  • Karnup Station
  • Level crossing removal program

Expressions of Interest

This Expression of Interest (EOI) is to explore the Australian and overseas market for the required high levels of expertise, leadership and experience that would qualify contenders for a role with the PTA on the future projects.

This EOI seeks this information and experience to apprise the PTA of the market capability for critical rail based infrastructure delivery and to provide an opportunity for the PTA to consider a procurement or recruitment strategy to fill a number of key positions.

Remuneration will be based on the ability to source suitable contenders for these projects, the experience and expertise they bring with them and the PTA’s approved strategies to fill these positions.

Suitability Criteria

Ideally contenders would have a proven track record and extensive experience in managing the delivery of complex, high value electrified rail projects within an urban passenger railway environment; however those with exceptional experience in other major transport infrastructure projects would not be precluded from consideration.

The ability to provide critical thinking and a clearly articulated strategic direction is essential.

You will also have experience and a demonstrated ability to proactively and successfully lead people and manage resources towards commercially focussed outcomes; and the aptitude to recognise opportunities to enhance service delivery and capitalise on these through the development and implementation of effective change strategies.  

These positions require a decisive skilled leader with the ability to develop and sustain relationships with key stakeholders; your ability to communicate and influence expected outcomes is essential.

Confidentiality

The submission of an EOI will remain strictly confidential between the applicant and the PTA.  This EOI confers no promise or obligation to or from either the applicant or the PTA.

To register an EOI, please provide a covering letter plus a comprehensive CV or resume of your qualifications, work history and areas of professional competence.  The covering letter should clearly explain how you believe that you meet the basic criteria for any further consideration.  Your submission should indicate your nationality and status to work in Western Australia as well as a broad outline of your company or business structure.

Applicants who previously applied to the Senior Project Managers, Pool Ref 13579 position need not reapply.

If you would like specific information about the Major Project positions please contact Mr Andrew Cartledge, Director Special Projects by phone on +618 9326 2122; or mobile 0417 921 607.

To access the Job Description Forms for these positions please click the links below:

You could be earning up to $163,591 plus 9.5% employer contributed superannuation

The Program and Projects Branch (P&P) currently has over 100 active projects and is looking for a qualified Engineer with strong leadership skills to be the liaison between P&P and the PTA.  The Engineering and Development Manager will also oversee the development of these projects within the Network and Infrastructure Division.   

You will use your broad technical knowledge in key rail disciplines such as track infrastructure, operations, power systems, signalling and communications in order to make strategic decisions.  You will be results oriented with the ability to communicate and influence managers and engineers across all the active and future projects.

You will need project management knowledge to oversee the development of a timely pipeline of deliverable works to optimise the value added by P&P and develop the work bank for the Engineering Services Panel. 

You could be earning up to AUD $142 751 pa plus 9.5% employer contributed superannuation.

METRONET is the State Government’s long-term public transport plan to connect our suburbs and reduce road congestion. The project will see transport investment as a vehicle for positive land-use planning, changing the face of Perth’s public transport network, promoting economic growth and creating job opportunities.

As a major contributor in achieving the realisation of these projects, the Public Transport Authority (PTA) has a number of key roles available on a fixed term basis over the life of the various METRONET projects.We are looking for experienced and qualified individuals to be placed in a pool. Subject to suitability, offers of appointment may be made over a 12 month period at a salary that is commensurate with the candidate’s skills and abilities.

Positions will be offered on a fixed term contract basis for 3 years in the first instance with possible extensions.In addition, candidates may move between projects as required and gain invaluable career growth and development opportunities.

The PTA is looking for talented Project Managers with considerable experience to manage the procurement, construction, and delivery of our public transport network.

The PTA is currently seeking expressions of interest from experienced Project Managers and has openings in the following fields for the following positions:

  • Senior Project Manager,
  • Senior Project Manager Civil Works,
  • Senior Project Manager Structures;
  • Project Manager Civil,
  • Project Manager Track/Permanent Way; and
  • Project Manager Planning & Controls.

To be eligible for these positions applicants must possess extensive experience in the project management of large scale infrastructure projects. For some of these positions a relevant tertiary qualification may be required.

Experience that relates to transport projects, preferably in rail, will be highly regarded.

If you would like specific information about the Major Project positions please contact Mr Andrew Cartledge, Director Special Projects by phone on +618 9326 2122; or mobile 0417 921 607.

To access the Job Description Forms for these positions please click the links below:

You could be earning up to AUD $163 591 pa plus 9.5% employer contributed superannuation.

METRONET is the State Government’s long-term public transport plan to connect our suburbs and reduce road congestion. The project will see transport investment as a vehicle for positive land-use planning, changing the face of Perth’s public transport network, promoting economic growth and creating job opportunities.

As a major contributor in achieving the realisation of these projects, the Public Transport Authority (PTA) has a number of key roles available on a fixed term basis over the life of the various METRONET projects.We are looking for experienced and qualified individuals to be placed in a pool. Subject to suitability, offers of appointment may be made over a 12 month period at a salary that is commensurate with the candidate’s skills and abilities.

Positions will be offered on a fixed term contract basis for 3 years in the first instance with possible extensions.In addition, candidates may move between projects as required and gain invaluable career growth and development opportunities.

The PTA is looking for talented Engineers with considerable experience to manage the design, construction, and delivery of our public transport network.

The PTA is currently seeking expressions of interest from experienced Engineers and has openings in the following fields for the following positions:

  • Civil
  • Structures
  • Track/Permanent Way
  • Electrical
  • Communications
  • Operational Technology
  • Signalling

To be eligible for these positions applicants must possess extensive experience in engineering on large scale infrastructure projects. A relevant tertiary qualification is required for these positions.

Experience that relates to transport projects, preferably in rail, will be highly regarded.

If you would like specific information about the Major Project positions please contact Mr Andrew Cartledge, Director Special Projects by phone on +618 9326 2122; or mobile 0417 921 607.

To access the Job Description Forms for these positions please click the links below:

You could be earning up to AUD $142,751 pa including 9.5% employer contributed superannuation.

This position manages the environment functions for the Major Projects Division which comprises of coordinating the Division’s environmental compliance including the Environmental Management System (EMS) and statutes; as well as working with the PTA’s Corporate Division on ongoing policy development. The role also manages the identification, remediation and monitoring of contaminated sites.

If you would like specific information about the Major Project positions please contact Mr Andrew Cartledge, Director Special Projects by phone on +618 9326 2122; or mobile 0417 921 607.

To access the Job Description Form for this position please click the link below:

You could be earning up to AUD $142,751 pa including 9.5% employer contributed superannuation.

This position provides the key interface with Internal and External Stakeholders to define and specify the Public Transport Authority’s (PTA) requirements in relation to the PTA’s infrastructure projects and operations.Undertakes Stakeholder management to ensure the PTA’s requirements are delivered in accordance with our service obligations and requirements and to meet specific project objectives.

If you would like specific information about the Major Project positions please contact Mr Andrew Cartledge, Director Special Projects by phone on +618 9326 2122; or mobile 0417 921 607.

To access the Job Description Form for this position please click the link below:

You could be earning up to AUD $142,751 pa including 9.5% employer contributed superannuation.

This position is responsible for the planning, coordination and oversight of interface with rail operations for project works being undertaken by Major Projects. The role is also responsible for monitoring and reviewing contractor safety performance and reporting on KPI trends to the Project Director

If you would like specific information about the Major Project positions please contact Mr Andrew Cartledge, Director Special Projects by phone on +618 9326 2122; or mobile 0417 921 607.

To access the Job Description Form for this position please click the link below:

You could be earning up to AUD $126,599 pa including 9.5% employer contributed superannuation.

This position assists with the development, modification and monitoring of signalling and level crossing warning safety systems and infrastructure including preparation, checking and reviewing of designs.It also assists in ensuring safe, reliable, cost effective, quality signalling & train control systems and services that comply with regulations and standards are provided to meet business needs.

If you would like specific information about the Network & Infrastructure positions please contact Ms Deborah Siedmiogrodzki, Business Manager by phone on +618 9326 2078.

To access the Job Description Form for this position please click the link below:

You could be earning up to AUD $126,599 pa including 9.5% employer contributed superannuation.

This position is responsible for the provision of engineering expertise for the maintenance, design, construction, upgrades and modifications of 25kVAC Overhead Line Equipment.It also reviews the operational performance of all the Overhead Line Equipment system including the planning and scheduling of all maintenance and repairs and provides recommendations to the Principal Electrical Engineer.

If you would like specific information about the Network & Infrastructure positions please contact Ms Deborah Siedmiogrodzki, Business Manager by phone on +618 9326 2078.

To access the Job Description Form for this position please click the link below:

You could be earning up to AUD $126,599 pa including 9.5% employer contributed superannuation.

This position identifies and develops the Public Transport Authority’s (PTA’s) asset infrastructure systems to ensure a safe, reliable cost effective, quality service that will comply with regulations and standards to meet the business needs and further improve its life cycle asset management (LCAM) while meeting the requirements of key stakeholders.

If you would like specific information about the Network & Infrastructure positions please contact Ms Deborah Siedmiogrodzki, Business Manager by phone on +618 9326 2078.

To access the Job Description Form for this position please click the link below:

You could be earning up to AUD $108 572 pa plus 9.5% employer contributed superannuation.

The Public Transport Authority’s (PTA) vision is to be recognised as a leader in providing world-class public transport services and solutions. As a fast growing economy, Western Australia’s public transport system is recognised as the best in Australia and is one of the most efficient, clean and safe networks in the world.Rail transport is vital for our continued success and growth through our many projects including METRONET to meet the public’s needs and expectations.Moving millions of people needs the skill and commitment of a talented workforce.

Based in Claisebrook Depot in East Perth, this position ensures the operational performance of all Overhead Line Equipment (OLE) is safe, reliable and cost effective and that all maintenance, repairs and associated works are completed to the PTA’s relevant standards and customer requirements. You will prepare technical reports on maintenance and repair activities and be involved in investigations and reporting of all OLE incidents. Supervising staff and driving team performance through the assessment of competence and identification of competence are critical deliverables of this role.

To be successful in this position you will need to possess:

  • Certificate III in ESI – Power Systems – Rail Traction
  • Demonstrated knowledge in maintenance and construction of OLE for 25 kV AC Electrified railway, including restoration of de-wirement in 25kV AC urban electrified railway
  • Strong leadership skills and experience in supervising and developing teams and individuals
  • Demonstrated ability to take control and resolve issues in emergency situations

This is an operational position that requires the successful applicant to work shift work and weekend work as required, to a 24 hour 7 day-week roster including call outs.

Please Note: As part of the selection process there will be a requirement for aptitude testing.

If you would like to find out more about this position please contact Mr. Cobus Cloete, Electrical Infrastructure Maintenance Manager on +61 8 9326 3308 or Mr. Leo Beyers, Electrical Engineering Manager on +61 8 9326 2937.

You could be earning up to AUD $126,599 pa including 9.5% employer contributed superannuation.

This position produces generic and project specific designs and solutions for Communication elements of major and minor infrastructure projects as well as produces, reviews and updates specifications, standards and design guidelines for the Public Transport Authority’s (PTA) Communications networks and systems. It also provides technical advice (in particular for Communications, Network Services and Control System design issues) for the planning, development, efficient delivery and implementation of complex infrastructure.

If you would like specific information about the Network & Infrastructure positions please contact Ms Deborah Siedmiogrodzki, Business Manager by phone on +618 9326 2078.

To access the Job Description Form for this position please click the link below:

You could be earning up to AUD $126,599 pa including 9.5% employer contributed superannuation.

This position manages the development of standards for Track infrastructure assets on behalf of Public Transport Authority (PTA) and manages third party Rail Operator access to the PTA rail network. It also manages project works, both internal and external that impact on the PTA rail network.

If you would like specific information about the Network & Infrastructure positions please contact Ms Deborah Siedmiogrodzki, Business Manager by phone on +618 9326 2078.

To access the Job Description Form for this position please click the link below:

You could be earning up to AUD $142,751 pa plus 9.5% employer contributed superannuation.

The Public Transport Authority’s (PTA) vision is to be recognised as a leader in providing world-class public transport services and solutions. As a fast growing economy, Western Australia’s public transport system is recognised as the best in Australia and is one of the most efficient, clean and safe networks in the world. Rail transport is vital for our continued success and growth through our many projects including METRONET to meet the public’s needs and expectations. Moving millions of people needs the skill and commitment of a talented workforce.

This position is responsible for the management of the PTA’s rail safety investigation process, leading investigations, building professional relationships within the organisation, producing quality investigation reports, developing and reviewing applicable policies, procedures and facilitating training programs.

The successful applicant will require an extensive knowledge and experience in leading high level rail safety investigations, including the ability to make recommendations that promote and support achieve continual improvement. Knowledge of regulatory investigation requirements and standards is also essential.

If you would like to find out more about this position please contact Mr David Browne, Executive Director, Safety, Freight & Business Management Systems on (08) 9326 2858.

You could be earning up to AUD $126,599 pa plus 9.5% employer contributed superannuation.

This position manages low to medium risk projects (including contract management) associated with major infrastructure projects undertaken by the Major Projects Unit. The role also leads project teams of in-house and private sector professionals to plan and deliver major infrastructure projects for the Public Transport Authority (PTA).

If you would like specific information about the Major Project positions please contact Mr Andrew Cartledge, Director Special Projects by phone on +618 9326 2122; or mobile 0417 921 607.

To access the Job Description Form for this position please click the link below: 

You could be earning up to AUD $142,751 pa including 9.5% employer contributed superannuation

The key functions of this role are to manage the Infrastructure Diagnostics Vehicle (IDV) operations and the conditions monitoring function of the Track Branch.  The job requires a strong leader who can drive change and has an appreciation of providing critical transport services to the public.  The position leads a team that is effectively the service provider to the maintenance and engineering compliance teams within the Track Branch.

The PTA is currently in an area of growth where world class, emerging technology is playing a key role to make smarter decisions using data analytics.  We are looking for future leaders to enhance the engineering capabilities and improve on the track maintenance and IDV operations for safer, more efficient public transport.

To access the Job Description Form for this position please click the link below: 

 
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APPLY NOW

Once you have lodged your expression of interest with us, you will receive an automatic email notification confirming receipt of your application. We will then begin the process of reviewing your application. This may involve your participation in an interview (either via telephone, teleconference or face-to-face) and/or other relevant experience and qualification-related assessments.  If you are assessed as suitable you will be notified and the recruitment process will commence! Part of the assessment will include reference, medical and criminal record checks.  

Please note – to be considered for employment with the PTA, you must:

  • have relevant skills, qualifications and work experience
  • meet any necessary licensing and/or qualification requirements
  • be eligible to migrate and work in Australia.

Apply now to register your interest in working for the PTA.

 Important links

LIVING AND WORKING IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA:

To find out more about living and working in Western Australia:

http://wago.co.uk/work/what-the-big-state-can-do-for-you/
http://www.experienceperth.com/
http://www.westernaustralia.com/uk/Destinations/Experience_Perth/Pages/Experience_Perth.aspx
https://www.meetup.com/en-AU/cities/au/perth/

MIGRATION

To find out more about migrating to Australia and Australian citizenship, please visit:

https://www.homeaffairs.gov.au/
http://www.citizenship.gov.au/

As part of your migration to Western Australia, your qualification may need to be assessed by Engineers Australia.  Follow the link below for more information:

https://www.engineersaustralia.org.au/For-Migrants


SCHOOLING

Information about government schools can be found on the Department of Education WA website

https://www.education.wa.edu.au/

Information regarding school fees for employees on a Temporary Skill Shortage visa can be found on the Department of Training and Workforce Development website

https://www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au/your-study-options/study-at-school/dependants-of-skilled-work-visa-holders

The Association of Independent Schools and the Catholic Education Office websites offer more information about private education in Western Australia

http://internet.ceo.wa.edu.au/Pages/default.aspx

http://www.ais.wa.edu.au/

UNIVERSITIES

http://www.uwa.edu.au/
http://www.ecu.edu.au/
http://www.curtin.edu.au/
http://www.murdoch.edu.au/
http://www.nd.edu.au/

 

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WESTERN AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT PORTAL
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WEATHER
http://www.bom.gov.au/wa/ 

HEALTH INSURANCE
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FINANCIAL
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ELECTRICAL LICENSING
http://www.commerce.wa.gov.au/energysafety/Content/Licensing/Electrical_contractors_and_workers/Licensing.html
http://www.docep.wa.gov.au/EnergySafety/Content/Publications/FormsElectrical.html
http://www.licencerecognition.gov.au/

Please email a comprehensive resume to ptarailpositions@pta.wa.gov.au clearly indicating your background, your experience and the specific role for which you wish to be considered. In the subject line of your email please state your name and the position that you are applying for.

 
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