Working with the Department of Sport and Recreation
At the Department of Sport and Recreation, we talk the talk but we also walk the walk.
We have a management culture that values and encourages participation in sport and recreation, which is supported by our corporate health and wellbeing program and flexible working hours and leave options.
On average, we spend about one third of our waking hours at work, so why shouldn’t we enjoy them?
We are looking for people who can work with us to continue building this dynamic and positive work environment.
Current Department job opportunities
There are no current job opportunities.
Other industry opportunities
Talent Manager – Western Australian Cricket Association
An exciting opportunity exists for a passionate, proven performer who can identify and develop talented athletes for Western Australia's elite cricket teams. Reporting dually to the General Manager – High Performance and Cricket Australia’s National Talent Manager, you will be tasked with managing a talent identification, selection and development system that monitors and enhances the performance of Western Australian teams and players competing at the elite level.
Applications close Monday 2 March 2015.
More information about the Team Manager opportunity.
Business Development Manager – Western Australian Cricket Association
The reigning BBL Champions, the Perth Scorchers, attract over 900,000 TV national viewers per match and sell out crowds at #TheFurnace. To capitalise on the growing popularity of the club, the WACA is seeking a highly experienced, organised and motivated candidate to sell Perth Scorchers sponsorship, corporate hospitality, events and functions. Reporting to the General Manager – Commercial, Marketing and Communications, you will be responsible for developing new business relationships while generating and negotiating new revenue opportunities for both the Perth Scorchers and the WACA.
Applications close Friday 27 February 2015.
More information about the Business Development Manager opportunity.
Volunteering in sport and recreation is not only rewarding, it also builds stronger communities. Volunteering WA provides a list of sport and recreation volunteer opportunities in Western Australia.
There may also be volunteer opportunities at your local sport or recreation club. Find our which clubs are in your local area.
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