From our earliest beginnings when Western Australia’s first Surveyor-General began to map the length and breadth of our great State, exploration has been part of our DNA. In today’s world, this means keeping innovation at our core. That’s why Landgate was named the most innovative government agency in 2018, and the 19th most innovative business overall, by the Australian Financial Review.
Landgate is the guardian of property ownership in Western Australia and is the custodian of the State's location information asset. Our role underpins the economic security and prosperity of the State and citizens of Western Australia. We provide a secure land titles system, impartial land valuation services and authoritative location information – all vital to the Western Australian property market and the State's economy.
We are the State's trusted and respected source of location information, helping to inform important decision-making in government, business and the community.
We’re also all about our people and believe that by actively living our values, every member of the Landgate team contributes to making a bold, dynamic and visionary Landgate. As a graduate at Landgate, you have the unique opportunity to ask yourself ‘Where will your career take you?’ Come on board and embrace Landgate’s way of working!
Landgate’s Graduate Program is a structured program held over 12 months. Joining a public sector agency renowned for innovative practices, you will gain practical knowledge and experience across several business areas, laying the foundation for a successful career in the public sector. You will work on a variety of projects across the business which make use of your individual qualifications, skills, experience and interests. Additionally, you will work with people who value collaboration, flexibility and innovation.
If you are an Australian Citizen or permanent resident completing an undergraduate university degree in 2019 or completed a degree in 2018, you are eligible to apply for our Graduate Program.
Our Graduates are provided with access to a variety of support mechanisms, including allocation of a mentor and ‘buddy’ to help you to adapt to a new work environment, as well as regular career development guidance, feedback and professional advice. Regular catch-ups with People & Culture (Human Resources), other participants in the program and Landgate Graduate Program alumni are also provided.
A structured development program will take place throughout the 12-month program, with Graduates participating in formal and on-the-job professional development tailored to their individual needs and have opportunities to complete leadership programs. The aim of the professional development program is to provide a combination of role-specific, organisation specific and the whole of public sector knowledge and training, relevant to each program participant, and plenty of networking opportunities.