The Department of Justice was formed on 1 July 2017. With more than 6000 staff and a budget of $1.4 billion, the Department administers the State’s justice system and works towards making our community a fairer and safer place to live.
The Department of Justice supports the community, Western Australian Government, judiciary and Parliament through the provision of access to high quality justice, legal and corrective services, information and products.
The Department is the agency principally responsible for assisting the Attorney General and Minister for Corrective Services in developing and implementing policy and the administration and compliance with approximately 200 Acts.
The Director Infrastructure reports to the Executive Director Corporate Services and is responsible for leading the Department’s strategic asset planning, maintenance services, fleet services and procurement activities to meet business needs and ensures compliance with all relevant legislation. The Director also plays a key leadership role in the delivery of major capital projects. The Department is currently undertaking a significant expansion of the custodial estate.
The successful applicant will assume a pivotal role in providing leadership and exhibit a personal commitment to high quality customer service, teamwork, equity, integrity and personal learning.
Tenure/duration of appointment: Contract for a period of up to five (5) years
We offer a wide variety of personal and professional benefits, information on the benefits of working with us is available from the “What We Offer” section on our website.
Work Related Requirements
Please read the Job Description Form (JDF) for more information about the work related requirements of this position. Appointment to a role with the Department of Justice is conditional upon obtaining an employment screening clearance, which includes a National Criminal History Check and any other relevant checks.
Further Job Related Information
If you are interested in the position and would like further information on the role, contact Joanne Stampalia on (08) 9425 1414 for a confidential discussion.
How To Apply
The Department requests applicants to submit an on-line application using the ‘Apply for Job’ button below. As part of your online application you will be prompted to complete relevant personal information and to attach the following information as part of your application.
A current comprehensive Resume including the contact details of two referees and a statement addressing all the Role Specific Responsibilities contained in the Job Description Form, in no more than 2 pages.
Suitable applicants may be considered for similar vacancies during a six month period.
- Applications received after the closing date/time OR applications sent to us by email cannot be accepted.
- As we prefer to contact you by email for any interview or other matter, you are encouraged to apply online and provide a current valid e-mail address.
People from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply. The Department upholds a working environment that is free from discrimination in accordance with Equal Opportunity legislation.