Working with us

Thank you for visiting the Corruption and Crime Commission's employment page. Here you should find all of the information you need to consider a career working with us.

All of the Commission's current vacancies are advertised on www.jobs.wa.gov.au and are subject of merit-based selection processes.  

If you would like to work with us, register an account with www.jobs.wa.gov.au and set up your profile to stay up-to-date with current vacancies and specific roles available at the Commission.

 

OUR WORKFORCE

The Commission is led under the guidance of Corruption and Crime Commissioner John McKechnie and Chief Executive Ray Warnes, both appointed in 2015.

The Commission has a Corporate Executive comprised of the Chief Executive and four Directors.

The Commission is committed to a vibrant workforce where people are inspiring and committed to work collaboratively to achieve a corruption free public sector. 

Our work culture is based on trust and respect and empowers our people to act with integrity and transparency. 

With a new Strategic Workforce Plan in place the Commission is looking to attract and select a capable workforce with the capacity to deliver on its objectives and priorities. 

Commission officers are supported by a learning and development framework that seeks to support and enable our workforce to embrace change and increase their capability.

With a highly collaborative and agile workforce of approximately 130 employees, the Commission nurtures, inspires and supports our people through strong leadership across all levels. 

The Commission relocated to new premises in Northbridge in March 2018. The new office provides a special operational centre, as well as purpose built public examination rooms and interview rooms, all on one floor. The new layout provides an environment that facilitates more innovation and better interaction and collaboration between staff.

CAPABILITY AND LEADERSHIP FRAMEWORK

The Corruption and Crime Commission Capability and Leadership Framework (the framework) is based on the Western Australian Public Sector Capability Framework and outlines the capabilities and associated expected behaviours that are required for each level within the Commission.
The Framework incorporates the Commission’s Values, key leadership behaviours and strategic objectives and aims to ensure there are consistent expectations of skills and behaviours at all levels. The framework is designed to ensure there is a consistent and integrated approach to recruitment,
learning and development, leadership progression and succession management. You can download a copy of the Capability and Leadership Framework below:

Capability and Leadership Framework.pdf

Capability and Leadership Framework - position profiles.pdf