If you are interested in applying for any position with DRPA or PATCO, you first must complete in full the online pre-application form, which is the first step of the application process.Resumes also should be uploaded at this time.
The online pre-application form must be thoroughly completed and must clearly list detailed and verifiable information. Please note that some positions listed are for current DRPA/PATCO Union employees only and are clearly marked as such.
Thepre-application formwill be reviewed by our staff to determine if you meet the minimum qualifications of the position for which you are applying. If you do meet the minimum qualifications, you will be contacted and asked to complete the full online e-application,which is the final step of the application process. Resumes also may be uploaded, but you must complete a pre-application form and if deemed minimally qualified, the online application.
At the end of the online application, applicants who currently are not employed with DRPA or PATCO will be required to complete an Applicant Statement Form indicating whether they are related to any current or past DRPA commissioner or officer, or any current employee of the DRPA or PATCO. Relatives of current employees or current or past commissioners are prohibited from applying for positions at DRPA or PATCO.
If there are no positions listed on the Employment Opportunities page, or if there are no jobs currently posted that meet your area of expertise, please do not submit an application or resume. We do not keep applications or resumes on file. It is our policy to accept applications and resumes only when a vacant position is advertised.
If you have any questions about the online process, please send an email to: [email protected]
Employment selection and related decisions are made without regard to sex, race, age, disability, religion, national origin, color or any other protected class.
The DRPA is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.
Albany Port was the first Port in Western Australia, being the site of the first European settlement in WA in 1826. For many years it was the only port for the state and its growing population.
The port is located on the north shore of Princess Royal Harbour,with port waters and seabed extending throughout Princess Royal Harbour and King George Sound as far as Bald Head, Breaksea Island light and Herald Point.The Sound and two natural harbours adjoining it make this area a safe haven for ships and an ideal location for a port.
Today Albany is a bulk products port, with the main trades being the export of grain and woodchips. Other smaller trades are the export of silica sand and the import of fertiliser and fuel. Total yearly trade is strongly influenced by seasonal conditions and the resulting impact that has on agricultural production. Annual trade can therefore vary between 3 million - 4 million tonnes.
Albany Port is now a part of the Southern Ports Authority. For further information please click here
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