Primary Industries
& Regions SA
PIRSA

careers

Current Vacancies

Position Level Division Closing Date
Lure inspector GSE2Biosecurity SATuesday, 9 August 2016
Fisheries Management OfficerASO5Fisheries & AquacultureWednesday, 10 August 2016
Agricultural OfficerOPS2South Australian Research & Development Institute (SARDI)Friday, 12 August 2016
Biosecurity Officer, ApiariesOPS2 or OPS3Biosecurity SATuesday, 23 August 2016
Rural Solutions SA Casual PoolASO4/5/6, PO1/2/3 & TGO1/2Rural Solutions SASaturday, 31 December 2016

Primary Industries and Regions SA (PIRSA) is a key economic development agency, with a crucial role in ensuring the prosperity of the state’s primary industries and regions.

In 2014-15, the agribusiness sector generated approximately $20.8 billion in revenue, employed 1 in 5 South Australian workers, and accounted for 52% (or $5.9 billion) of the state’s merchandise exports.

Our people are passionate about their work and play a vital role in developing and supporting our state’s primary industries and regions.

PIRSA offers an exciting and diverse range of career opportunities throughout the agency; we value diversity and provide career development opportunities.

PIRSA is an accredited Breastfeeding Friendly Workplace and we have a family room at our head office in Adelaide.

Applying for a role

See the job vacancy advertisement for application guidelines specific to the role.

Application guidelines include:

  • important information about your application
  • hints for applying and interviewing
  • details about the selection process.

Working at PIRSA

We are committed to providing a healthy and safe work environment. We recognise that the wellbeing of our employees is reflective of a supportive work environment, which contributes to positive business outcomes.

See our Working at PIRSA page for information about our flexible work-life balance, family friendly and equality policies.

We support your career progression through a number of mechanisms such as training, leadership programs and mentoring.

An Employee Assistant Program (EAP) is also available to all employees.

We think it’s important for our people to have a healthy work-life balance.

More about us

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