Want to know more about our recruitment process? Here are some questions we are often asked that may help you.
Perth Airport is a unique and dynamic place to work and offers a diverse range of positions, both airside and landside. Meet our people and discover some of the different roles and business areas that make up our workforce.
If we don’t have any current vacancies that match your skills and experience, one of our many aviation and business partners that operate at Perth Airport may have vacancies that are suitable for you. Job seekers are encouraged to contact the employers directly to access more information about potential employment opportunities.
There is no limit to the number of positions that you can apply for at Perth Airport, however, we ask that your skills and experience meet the position requirements before you apply.
After the closing date, your application is reviewed and an assessment made on your skills, qualifications and experience relating to the position. You’ll then be contacted by phone or email to be informed of your application status, for example, you may be invited to attend an interview, or you may be advised that your application is unsuccessful. Only those best matched to the job requirements will be invited to progress to the next stage of the selection process.
You should be contacted about the outcome of your application within two weeks of the closing date for the position. If you have not been contacted within two weeks, please contact our recruitment coordinator.
You are encouraged to learn a little about Perth Airport before your interview. Being a high profile company, you’ll find plenty of news articles online, or viewing our website would be a good place to start to familiarise yourself with our company.
If the position you applied for requires you to possess a formal qualification or trade certificate you will be asked to bring the original copy to your interview, so that we can take a copy for our records. If you have a visa that provides you with rights to work in Australia, you will need to bring this to your interview.
Due to the security restrictions of working at an airport, team members employed by Perth Airport are required to have an Aviation Security Identification Card (ASIC). Once your ASIC application is lodged, the issuing body will confirm your identity and request a background check, which includes a criminal record check and a security assessment.
Yes, but places are very limited due to high demand. Please email us to outline your interest and tell us the business area that interests you.
Yes, but you must have a valid Australian Working Visa.