Apply for available roles
To apply for our available roles, you will need to create your own profile. This profile will enable you to set your individual job search parameters. You’ll be alerted when a relevant role becomes available.
It is mandatory for all prospective employees to complete pre-employment screening. For all positions this will include a drug and alcohol screening test, proof of your ability to work in Australia (or advise us if you require sponsorship for this role) and the provision of 100 points of identification, national criminal record check, sanctions check, a qualification/certificate check and reference checking. Additionally, due to the nature of specific roles, additional checks, including medical screening, psychometric testing, directorships and significant shareholding checks, bankruptcy records check and Australian Prudential Regulation Authority Disqualification Register checks, may also be required. These checks should be completed and to our satisfaction before an offer of employment is made. Please discuss with your Recruitment Adviser if you have any queries regarding this screening.
Phoney websites/employment scams
Woodside alerts website users to be aware of phoney websites and accompanying internet “scams” such as “phishing” and other techniques designed to trick people into giving out their personal information.
Fake websites often mimic a company’s genuine website, incorporating their name and logo. Their aim is to entice users to log onto the site and submit personal information or undertake some other activity (including providing money) in the expectation they will be offered employment or receive some other benefit.
Woodside is working with authorities to limit the impact of these scams on Woodside. In the meantime, the company urges people to ensure the websites they visit and the emails they receive are genuine.
Please keep in mind that Woodside’s official website and social media channels are:
Further information on internet scams is available from the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission website www.scamwatch.gov.au