UWA Careers Centre

Location:Hackett Drive Entrance 1, Ground Floor, Student Central
Postal Address: M302 35 Stirling Highway Crawley WA 6009
Telephone:+61 8 6488 2258
Facsimile:+61 8 6488 1119
University Switchboard:+61 8 6488 6000
University Homepage:www.uwa.edu.au

The University of Western Australia, a member of the Group of 8 universities, is recognised internationally as an excellent research intensive university and a leading intellectual and creative source for the community it serves. The university’s high quality teaching and research ensures it remains the university of preference for Western Australia’s highest achieving school leavers, as well as attracting high-calibre undergraduate and postgraduate students nationally and internationally.

The Careers Centre is centrally located, offering private and public sector organisations

  • A ‘one stop shop’ for all recruitment related activities
    - A central point of contact for all discipline areas of interest
    - Access to currently enrolled students and recent graduates
    - 24/7 online lodgement of all job vacancies through CareerHub
    - Management and promotion of campus based events
  • Engagement with professional staff who have expertise in recruitment support, event management and client service delivery
  • A framework of events, programs and career development activities that will
    - connect you to students
    - build your on campus presence and be seen as an employer of choice
    - enhance your ‘talent pipeline’

Services and Programs
The following services and opportunities are available from the Careers Centre to facilitate employers’ engagement with students and staff of the University:

1. Recruitment:
■ Online vacancy advertising (via email and website) to targeted discipline groups ■ Direct mailing to students in specific disciplines ■ On campus events and Careers Fairs ■ facilities ■ Professional graduate recruitment information and advice.

2. Relationship Development:
■Connection with discipline groups through Faculty/School academic staff and student societies ■ Integrated management of relationship with the University.

3. Profile Building:
On-campus career seminars and workshops ■ Mentoring of UWA students ■ Employer branded career information resources and  publications.

Number of Graduating Students (approximate)
UWA graduates over 5,000 students each year (approx. 80 per cent Australian and 20 per cent international) from undergraduate and postgraduate qualifications in the following disciplines.

Fields of Education
UWA enrols over 24,000 students across undergraduate and postgraduate programs in nine broad discipline areas – Architecture Landscape & Visual Arts; Arts; Business; Education; Engineering Computing and Mathematical Sciences; Law; Life & Physical Sciences; Medicine Dentistry & Health Sciences; Natural and Agricultural Sciences. Our graduates are highly competitive nationally and internationally, rising to prominent leadership roles in industry, government, education and the professions.


Manager, Careers
Diane McLaren
T:+61 8 6488 2430

Employer Services and Graduate/Vacation Job Vacancies
T:+61 8 6488 2258

Industry Mentoring – Career Mentor Link Coordinator:

T: +61 8 6488 1667

Work Integrated Learning

T:+61 8 6488 2258

Careers Fairs:

Mon Feb 19, 2018

Business Consulting Day

Where: The University of Western Australia Club, Hackett Drive, Crawley WA 6009,Australia

Tuesday March 13

Tuesday March All day Careers Fair WA

Where: The University of Western Australia Club, Hackett Drive, Crawley

Semester Dates: 2018

Semester 1 – 2018

Semester 1 –26 Feb
Exam Period –9 June
Study Breaks –4 June
Vacation –25 June

Semester 2 – 2018

Semester 2 –30 July
Exam Period –3 November
Study Breaks –29 October
Vacation –19 November