As a leading anti-corruption agency, working with us is an opportunity to serve the WA community in an important way. We nurture and inspire our people through learning and development opportunities, flexible work arrangements, and strong leadership.
Our work environment is professional and supportive with accessible and connected leaders and state-of-the art technologies. We offer a diverse range of interesting and challenging roles and our people gain many transferable and sought-after skills.
All of our people contribute to exposing and disrupting corruption, serious misconduct and organised crime in Western Australia, and giving the community confidence that public officers act in the public interest.
Meet Sam - A/Senior Assessor
Sam is an acting senior assessor at the Corruption and Crime Commission. Her team assesses the allegations we receive and make recommendations about what action we should take. Discover Sam's journey and the opportunities she has taken to progress her career within the Commission.
Meet Ruhul - Database and Business Intelligence Analyst
Ruhul is a database and business intelligence analyst at the Corruption and Crime Commission. Listen to him speak about the benefits of working at the Commission, including his flexible work options, study scholarship, and cultural support.