Benefits and conditions


Working at the ODPP provides:

  • exciting and interesting work in a social justice environment

  • mentoring opportunities with leading criminal law professionals

  • work-life balance

  • extensive training and development opportunities

  • modern technology, equipment and facilities.

The ODPP also offers generous conditions and benefits including:

  • flexible working hours

  • paid parental leave (including up to 14 weeks paid 'maternity' leave in certain circumstances)

  • 4 weeks annual leave

  • 17.5% annual leave loading

  • extended (long service) leave after 7 years of service

  • salary packaging, in certain circumstances, such as for motor vehicles, superannuation, laptops and mobiles

  • wellbeing initiatives including flu vaccinations, health assessments, an employee assistance program and mental health support.

For more information on these and other benefits and conditions please contact

Wellbeing and support

The ODPP is committed to the health and wellbeing of all employees. 

The prosecution of criminal matters can involve exposure to traumatic materials and events and all our managers are specifically trained to support staff wellbeing.

We also offer a number of initiatives such as:

  • flu vaccinations
  • an employee assistance program
  • localised group fitness and social activities.