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Salary at WA Department of Health
- Average rating for Salary, based on 10 reviews9.0 / 10
What are your thoughts on pay and bonuses at your company?
Although we do not receive bonuses, graduates who work within the Department of Health can expect extremely attractive salaries in comparison to the private sector.
Very competitive pay as an entry level worker, good awards including salary sacrificing.
The salary is very high compared to other places of work. As a government organisation, there are no bonuses.
I work for the government so pay scales are very clear and transparent - I like this.
The department aligns to public sector wage awards. Responsibility is rewarded financially. Bonuses do not occur in the public sector, but public sector holidays and leave loading are enjoyable perks.
The pay is very competitive to private sector at entry and lower level positions, but this is less the case as you move up in the organisation
What are your company's best or most unusual perks? For example: free tickets, free dinners, moving expenses, taxis, pension, etc.
Salary Packaging- we are entitled to Fringe Benefits Tax because we work for a Public Benevolent Institution and can use this to package rent, cars, mortgage etc.
Being able to take personal leave to attend medical appointments is really useful.
Lots of professional development.
There is availability of salary packaging and gym facilities