Benefits of working with the ODPP

The Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions (ODPP) employs over 250 staff in a variety of legal, legal support and corporate roles.

Working at the ODPP offers the opportunity to work in a leading law office which conducts meaningful work on behalf of the community of Western Australia.

In addition to working with a team of highly skilled, dedicated and valued employees who are committed to delivering high quality prosecution services to the State, employees of the ODPP are rewarded with a range of additional benefits.

Flexible working conditions

The following options may be available to staff:

Leave provisions

ODPP employees are covered by the Public Service and Government Officers General Agreement and the Public Service Award 1992.  These instruments provide access to generous leave arrangements including:

Learning and development opportunities

As part of the ODPP’s commitment to fostering a learning environment, the Office provides a number of programs to assist employees in their professional and career development, including:

Social and employee wellness events and programs

The ODPP is committed to providing a safe and healthy work environment where the maintenance and enhancement of employee wellbeing is paramount.  The ODPP offers a number of social activities and wellness events and programs including:

Additional benefits

Last updated: 3-Jul-2014

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