Water Corporation

Type of Organisation

Water Utility

Employer Profile

Be part of the team shaping WA’s sustainable water future in the face of climate change. With our services, projects and activities spanning over 2.6 million square kilometres, your role will contribute to making a meaningful impact across the state. Our work is essential but know you will still be able to maintain a balance. We value our people who are as diverse and dynamic as the communities we work in. Offering a flexible work environment to support you through life’s various stages, means you can bring 100% of yourself to work. Ready to make a splash?


We have approximately 3645 employees to manage an asset base worth more than $15 billion.


We are owned by the Western Australian Government and accountable to our sole shareholder, the Minister for Water, for delivery of our services in a commercial manner. Most of our surplus is returned to the government as a dividend to contribute to the development of the state, with the balance reinvested.

Locations where there are vacancies for Interns
Perth, Northam, Geraldton, Karratha

Residency requirements for Interns wishing to apply

Australian Citizens and Permanent Residents only


Roles available for Interns

Engineering, Finance, Science, Commerce, Occupational Health & Safety, Human Resources, Technology and Data Science


Degree Subjects Required for Interns wishing to apply

  • Civil Engineering

  • Chemical Engineering

  • Electrical Engineering

  • Environmental Engineering

  • Environmental Science

  • Mechanical Engineering

  • Finance

  • Computer Science and Information Technology

  • Data Science/Analytics

  • Commerce – Economics, Finance, Legal, Human Resources, Communications

  • Geographic Information Science

  • Health and Safety

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What do recent interns say are the best things about working with us?

"The organisation has many different sectors and because of this it allows exposure to different work environments and backgrounds."

"I get to work on a range of interesting projects in a well supported environment."

"Great exposure to other all aspects of the role and other areas of the organisation."