Why work with us

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From Civil Engineers to Heritage Officers, we want you to bring your hard work, dedication and out-of-the-box thinking here. At Main Roads you can have a challenging, flexible and rewarding career that takes you exactly where you want to go.

In addition to rewarding work, we offer a long list of incentives to sweeten the deal:

  • Competitive salaries
  • Flexible working arrangements
  • Attractive leave provisions
  • Training and development opportunities
  • Health and wellbeing focus
  • Regional entitlements
  • Parental leave
  • Long service leave
  • Plus more!

We promote a healthy work-life balance to help with what’s important to you. Work-life balance is the relationship between your work and the other important things in your life, like family, sport and social life.

Every voice matters

People are at their best when they can be themselves, so at Main Roads we foster a culture where every voice is heard, every idea is encouraged and everyone is supported.

Regardless of race, gender, nationality, ethnic origin, religion, age, sex orientation or anything else that makes us different, you will be treated fairly and with dignity.

Continuous learning

Our people are the key to our success. Investing in you and your knowledge is essential to creating an organisation where people embrace and accept those who inspire and bring innovative ideas, skills and perspectives.

Everyone is encouraged to develop and seek out professional and personal opportunities to grow.

Our employees set the tone for our organisation and we know what they do underpins our successes.

If this sounds like the place for you, visit our Careers page and see what opportunities are waiting for you.

Working in the Regions

Working in the Regions

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Acknowledgement of country

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.

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