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Wednesday, 28 June 2017

Transit Officer recruitment

Make a difference in your community – become a Transit Officer with the Public Transport Authority

Transit officers

Transit Officers play a vital role in ensuring the safety and security of our passengers, with customer service being the key focus of the position. It is a challenging and often demanding role with great rewards and benefits and you will be part of a large and dynamic team working in a variety of locations across the metropolitan rail network.

What do you need?

To be successful in a Transit Officer role, you must strive for quality customer service and have the ability to communicate with all members of the general public. You will also need strong negotiation skills and be able to work well as part of a team.

How can you join the Transperth team?

Applications for our next Transit Officer recruitment campaign are open from Saturday, July 1, 2017 and closing on Friday, July 21, 2017. We will be holding four information sessions during this period that provide an excellent insight into the daily responsibilities of the role and will give you the opportunity to talk to people who work in this field. Dates for these sessions are stated in the advert.

Access to the advertisement and relevant information will be made available through our Current opportunities page.

What's in it for you?

You will receive full training and uniform, an attractive remuneration package, five weeks annual leave, shift work with regular start and finish times and opportunities for career advancement within the PTA.

Training requirements

Successful applicants are required to complete 12 weeks of paid training plus on-the–job training which will provide you with the skills and knowledge needed to be a successful Transit Officer. You will attain a Certificate IV in Security Operations at the end of your training.

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