Public Transport Authority of WA
Type of Organisation
State Government department.
The Public Transport Authority (PTA) is a customer
service-oriented organisation, responsible for the delivery of
efficient and sustainable passenger transport services to the
Perth’s public transport system is the best in Australia and one of
the best in the world. Behind this system is more than 2000
dedicated, diverse and dynamic individuals who together work to
provide a reliable, modern and efficient transport service for the
Working at the PTA means you will have the opportunity to contribute to the community and provide a public service that many West Australians use every day. Our transport network plays a vital role in Perth’s sustainable future by offering alternative and environmentally friendly options for transport.
It connects areas of Perth and the regions, improves safety, and reduces the level of traffic congestion and travel times. Our network expansion will mean even more communities have access to the benefits and option of more sustainable travel long into the future.
When you join the PTA, you will be walking into a friendly, professional and supportive work environment. We have a culture of continuous improvement and forward thinking to ensure we meet both the current and future needs of the public.
Locations where there are vacancies for interns
Residency requirements for Interns wishing to apply
Australian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Roles available for Interns
Engineering (Civil, Mechanical, Electrical, Mechanical and Mechatronic), Environment, Transport Planning and Network / Cyber Security
Degree Subjects Required for Interns wishing to apply
Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Mechatronics Engineering, Environmental Science, Urban Planning and Cyber Security / Network
What do recent interns say are the best things about working with us?
"Definitely the support, help and knowledge around me, the work I have been involved in, the benefits, the willingness of PTA for all interns to learn as much as possible by going out to site, sitting in on meetings, the extra stuff we would otherwise not be exposed to and the list goes on."
"Experience in the field, consistent work, supportive management and colleagues."
"I was given lots of opportunities to take responsibility for various small projects, and grow my professional experience."