As the only organisation of its kind in Australia, our roles are diverse, interesting and challenging – providing opportunities that are anything but the same-old, same-old.
We are serious about providing a positive sustainable future for the Western Australian racing industry. From Kununurra to Kalgoorlie, Esperance to Meekatharra, our work touches every corner of WA.
Unique and rewarding career opportunities can be found at Racing & Wagering WA (RWWA) but don't take our word for it, read on to see what some of our newest employees and our Chief Executive Officer have to say.
"RWWA operates in a highly competitive environment. The organisation's dependency on income from wagering requires it to compete successfully against top 200 ASX wagering and gaming companies across Australia. RWWA is a highly successful business model focused on generating increasing returns to the Western Australian Racing Industry.It provides the funding, strategic direction and many of the day to day operational processes underpinning racing in the State.
Together with the clubs, we provide entertainment and excitement to people around the State whether it's racing, pacing or chasing. We govern an industry and provide economic certainty to the many thousands employed and we run a very large, sophisticated business that operates in a highly competitive commercial environment.
Importantly, RWWA has a strong organisational culture that cares for and invests in its people.
The success of RWWA has been due to the collaborative effort by those working in the industry.
This strength will be required going forward as new issues and opportunities are encountered"
Richard Burt - Chief Executive Officer, Racing & Wagering WA
Our unique business model means we provide career opportunities that are diverse, interesting and challenginganc_Link1
We live our values and build our culture through a range of reward and recognition, employee health and wellness and other benefits.anc_Link2
We are a dynamic, versatile and commercial organisation that operates in meeting and furthering the needs of the racing and wagering industry in Western Australia.anc_Link3