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The Department of the Premier and Cabinet (DPC) offers an exciting and challenging Graduate Development Program with a focus on promoting your personal learning, developing your career and giving you a chance to make a difference in Western Australia. We provide passionate and committed graduates with the skills and experience they need to be future leaders in the public sector.

At the centre of Government in Western Australia, the Department of the Premier and Cabinet gives you a chance to work on big and small, critical and contentious issues relating to the economy, transport, education, health, the environment, and law and order - just to name a few. Graduates have worked on topics including the National Disability Insurance Scheme, the State Science Strategy, a special inquiry into the January 2016 Waroona Fire, and the Dirk Hartog anniversary celebrations in Shark Bay.  In 2016, our Graduates have worked on the development of the Square Kilometre Array science project, the South West Native Title settlement, and public consultations concerning the Government's approach for dealing with future population growth in Perth and the Peel region.

As a Graduate Development Officer you will work with senior officers and meet with people from other government agencies, the community and private sector companies, as they try to shape the development of answers to public policy problems across the State. 

Please check back for updates on the Department’s Graduate Development Program

The Graduate Development Program at DPC is a great way to start your career in the Western Australian Public Service. Please browse our website to find out more about this exciting career opportunity.

For further information, please contact:


Graduate Program Coordinator
Department of the Premier and Cabinet
4th Floor, 2 Havelock Street


Tel: (08) 6552 5848
Fax: (08) 6552 5239










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The Government of Western Australia acknowledges the traditional custodians throughout Western Australia and their continuing connection to the land, waters and community. We pay our respects to all members of the Aboriginal communities and their cultures; and to Elders both past and present.