Traffic Control Jobs in Perth

Are you looking for a challenging and rewarding career in Perth? If so, consider a traffic control job! As a traffic controller, you’ll play a crucial role in ensuring the safety and smooth flow of traffic. From directing vehicles and pedestrians to managing road closures and detours, every day is a new adventure. Working as a Traffic Controller provides an opportunity to work outdoors, travel to various locations, work alongside and meet many new people and open doors to consider other roles within the traffic management or civil construction sector.

Keep reading to learn more about the exciting opportunities available for traffic controllers in Perth.

Why choose Traffic Control training? 

When the Western Australian Government announced its 2022-23 state budget, they continued its strong focus on infrastructure, announcing a record $33.9 billion investment over the next four years. Which is a huge boost for the construction and traffic management industry in WA, therefore, the need for skilled and qualified Traffic Controllers in Perth and WA will continue to grow. To view the transport and infrastructure projects in the planning phase or under construction within WA [click here].

There are many great reasons to consider traffic management training in Perth, and embark on your journey looking for a Traffic Control Jobs in Perth;

  • Opportunity to work outdoors (no more 9-5 grind!)
  • Travel and work at different locations all over WA,
  • Earning opportunities
  • Career and traffic management upskilling opportunities

Want more great reasons to become a Traffic Controller in Perth or WA – [click here].

Jobs and upskilling opportunities

Looking for Traffic Control Jobs in Perth?

To assist our learners, we have a dedicated (and free!) Job Board.  Our Job Board is JUST for traffic management and road construction-related jobs across Perth and WA.  Let us help you make the job search process easier.  Our Job Board aim is to connect job seekers with employers.  As a result, our Job Board will help you save time by providing one central location to find traffic management positions anywhere across WA.

Once you get your foot in the door of the traffic management industry, the opportunities are endless. 

When you start out on the road as a Traffic Controller, you have so many opportunities to progress, including, but not limited to, becoming a Traffic Management Crew Leader, Site Supervisor, Traffic Planner, Traffic Management Scheduler or other roles such as General Labourer, Plant Operator and many more. Weve heard plenty of success stories over our years in the traffic management industry, most recently, someone who had been in the traffic management industry for 5+ years decided to extend their studies into Training and Assessment and they are now employed as a Full-Time Trainer and Assessor.

How to become a qualified Traffic Controller 

Are ready to take the plunge and consider a Traffic Control Job in Perth!

To become a fully qualified Traffic Controller in Perth you will be required to undertake the Main Roads WA Basic Worksite Traffic Management & Traffic Controller (also known as BWTM & TC) training course.  AusQ Training delivers this course over 3 days.  View full course overview here.

AusQ Training offer regular traffic management training courses in Perth, Bunbury and Albany.

We’ve created a quick (and easy!) 5 step guide to assist you in becoming a qualified Traffic Controller

Have more questions? 

We hope you enjoyed our article on Traffic Control Jobs in Perth.  Do you have more questions? 

Let us help, we have most of our commonly asked questions covered on ourFAQ page. Is your question not listed? Feel free to contact our customer support teamwe are more than happy to assist. 

Do you need training? 

AusQ Training offer a range of courses to assist you in the traffic management or construction industry, in Perth, Bunbury, Albany and all over WA – to view our range of public training courses [click here] or view our calendar here

Make a time to chat to one of our Customer Support Team members[here]to discuss your traffic management training needs. 

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