Current Vacancies

Thank you for your interest in working with The Aboriginal Legal Service of Western Australia (Ltd).

We seek people who are enthusiastic about our Mission of “empowering Aboriginal people and advancing the interests and aspirations of the Aboriginal Community through the provision of a comprehensive range of legal and related support services throughout Western Australia”.  With us you will find an organisation that is both challenging and rewarding.

ALSWA is committed to achieving a workforce that reflects our membership base and therefore provides an important avenue for the recruitment and advancement of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who are more likely in a merit competition to be able to meet the specific selection criteria.

To be considered please complete an application for employment or volunteering / placement and go to the relevant advertisement below and duty statement (if provided) for specific job related requirements and details of how to apply.

Good luck with your application.

Position TitleLocationClosing DateAdvertisement
Diversion Officer, section 50(d)Broome6 March 2024Diversion Officer (Youth Support Worker) Section 50(d) - Broome WA - SEEK
Court Officer, section 50(d)Fitzroy Crossing4 March 2024Court Officer, section 50(d) - Fitzroy Crossing WA - SEEK
Diversion Officer, section 50(d)Fitzroy Crossing4 March 2024Diversion Officer, section 50(d), Fitzroy Crossing WA - SEEK
Criminal LawyerGeraldton4 March 2024Criminal Lawyer - Geraldton WA - SEEK
Bail Support Worker, section 50(d) (Female)Perth25 February 2024Bail Support Worker - Section 50D (Female) Perth WA - SEEK
Criminal Lawyer (Shift work) – CNSPerth25 February 2024Criminal Lawyer (Shift work) - CNS Perth WA - SEEK
Criminal LawyerPerthCriminal Lawyer - Perth WA - SEEK
Criminal LawyerRegional locations WACriminal Lawyer - Regional locations WA - SEEK

Employment Opportunities with ALSWA

Working for the Aboriginal Legal Service of Western Australia (Ltd)

The Aboriginal Legal Service of WA (Ltd) [ALSWA] offers a variety of challenging careers for highly motivated people keen to make a positive difference to the lives of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples through the provision of a comprehensive range of legal and related support services through Western Australia.

We seek to employ people who are committed to providing the highest possible standard of culturally appropriate and quality legal services and support, including advocating in policy and law reform in submissions, at conferences and in the media, both in Perth and our 11 regional offices within Western Australia.

We consider our employees to be the most valuable resource available to us, and we encourage the innovative and distinctive ideas that come with staff contribution.

Our employees enjoy:

  • The opportunity to work with an organisation that is dedicated to protecting the rights and furthering the interests of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples,
  • Competitive remuneration with  access to salary packaging services;
  • Opportunity for Professional development; and
  • Optimal working conditions, ongoing support and focussed direction.

The ALSWA is an equal opportunity employer that fosters diversity in the workplace and is committed to increasing the representation of Aboriginal People at all levels within our workforce. Aboriginal people are encouraged to apply and voluntarily self identify as being of Aboriginal descent in their cover letter.

If you are interested in working with us, see below for more information or click here to apply for one of our current vacancies (above).