Who are RWWA?

Whether we’re driving up our turnover of over $2 billion a year, or supporting WA racing by distributing our profits to benefit our participants, we are 100% committed to providing a sustainable future for the WA Racing industry. We have to be – over 33,000 West Australians right across our state participate in it. At Racing and Wagering WA we take pride in making a difference.

As such, we are a diverse organisation combining the roles of the Principal Racing Authority for Thoroughbred, Harness and Greyhound codes and WA TAB and TABtouch operators.

 

Why RWWA?

We’re passionate about what we do at RWWA and we’re creating something that is truly special. We’re innovative, creative and strive to break traditions in a highly competitive and fast moving industry. Our open and collaborative environment allows us to move at a rapid pace backed up by results-driven teams in a friendly and helpful environment.

We’re committed to maintaining a diverse, inclusive and fun work environment where everyone has the opportunity to succeed and contribute to the ongoing success of the racing industry in WA.

Our unique business model means we provide career opportunities that are diverse, interesting and challenging. We know people contribute their best when their personal values and ours are one and the same – that means being positive and productive at work and enjoying our achievements together. Whatever your passion our success is a team sport.

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RWWA values

At RWWA we keep our culture and values front of mind by incorporating them into everything we do.

  • Enthusiasm & Pride

    They love the sport, we love the challenge

  • Achievement

    Service that makes a difference

  • Real’ationships

    They are authentic and open

  • Team Play

    Success is a team sport

  • Honesty

    I own my 50%

RWWA Benefits ‘the bells and whistles’

Here at RWWA we truly value our people.
We offer genuine opportunities for our people to not only realise their potential but to keep them engaged at work.

  • Get Social

    Amazing discounts on entertainment. Regular fun filled activities and events.

  • 4YOU@RWWA

    Discounts on health insurance, wellness programs, salary packaging and more

  • Further your career

    A range of programs to support your career growth and development

  • Make a Difference

    Help is do great things for our community with our Corporate Responsibility program

  • Celebrate Diversity

    Be a part of a team that embraces diversity and has a range of support groups and programs

Your recruitment journey

Apply for the position

You will receive a response confirming that we have received your application

We will create a shortlist of candidates

Shortlisted candidates are contacted to arrange an interview

We will confirm your interview via email

If you are not shortlisted you will be notified via email that you were not successful

Tips from the Exec Team

Applying for a job can be tricky. Here are a few tips from our executive team to help you stand out and to make sure we get to see your full potential.

  • Charlotte

    Make sure you do your homework on the company and industry you’re applying to become part of. Spend some time researching relevant issues, news and the environment you wish to work in and with. It’s important for a prospective employer to get an understanding of the candidate’s effort in getting to interview stage – first impressions of appetite for knowledge count.

  • Sam

    When applying for a role, read the advert and make sure you cover the key skills and experience that is needed in your application – be honest what you have experience in and what you are still developing.

  • Mike

    Understand a company’s purpose and challenges and be prepared to say how you can add value.

  • Matt

    Remember when applying for a role to articulate your experience, achievements or the companies you have worked with as if you are explaining it to someone who has no knowledge of them to grab our attention.

  • Ian

    We see a lot of CVs and you need to be able to differentiate yourself from the crowd; being clear about where you’ve added value to an organisation can really set you apart.