Due to a Total Fire Ban in Perth today, Naturescape is closed and access to bushland paths in Kings Park and Bold Park may be affected.Read more ...
There are over 200 staff employed by the Botanic Gardens and Parks Authority, including permanent, part-time, casual and contract staff.
Your interest in employment opportunities at Botanic Gardens and Parks Authority (BGPA) which manages both Bold Park and Kings Park and Botanic Garden is welcomed. The Authority actively seeks to include, welcome and value unique contributions of all people in our workplace. We encourage all people, including those with disability, Aboriginal Australians, young people and people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds to apply for vacant positions.
The Botanic Gardens and Parks Authority is very proud of its past achievements and current levels of service delivery. It is committed to sustaining and continuously improving its high quality services and recognises its success is dependent on ongoing support from Government, the community, sponsors, partners, volunteers and importantly an appropriately skilled, passionate and dedicated workforce.
The Authority is committed to the principles of Respect and Equity and this includes working with people, visitors, lands and our diverse heritage with respect and providing a safe and accessible work and visitor environment where each individual is valued equally. It is also committed to the principles of Inclusiveness and Excellence which includes building and sustaining an effective community of staff, volunteers and stakeholders and striving to achieve excellence through continuous innovation and improvement.
The Authority maintains a workplace environment and culture that is conducive to optimum performance and employee satisfaction. The Authority ensures that equal employment opportunity practices are adhered to and this is reflected in its workforce. The Authority is committed to sustaining an effective and efficient workplace free from all forms of discrimination, harassment and victimisation.
All employees are treated in a fair and equitable manner and the Authority ensures that employees are appropriately recruited, inducted, trained, guided, supported and recognised throughout their employment. If you are interested in employment opportunities, please consider applying for an advertised job vacancy stating your relevant skills, experience and motivation to join this dynamic organisation. We actively encourage all people, including those with disability, Aboriginal Australians, young people and people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds to apply.
On 1 July 2017, the BGPA became a part of the Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions (DBCA), an amalgamation that also includes Parks and Wildlife Services, Perth Zoo and Rottnest Island. The BGPA remains a statutory authority with a governing board.