The Treasury provides advice to the Commonwealth Treasurer and other Treasury ministers, and is the Government’s principal economic policy adviser. Treasury staff are offered a stimulating, varied and challenging environment, are given the opportunity to contribute substantially to Australian Government policy and to interact with business and other Government representatives.
The Treasury is committed to the principles of workplace equity and diversity and selection for vacancies is made on merit.
Selection for employment opportunities would normally be based on applications, referee reports and interview. Please attach two referee reports addressing the selection criteria to your online application. Employees of the Treasury are required to be Australian citizens and hold a current security clearance.
To access and view current ongoing vacancies, graduate opportunities, the Non-Ongoing Employment Register and the General Employment Register, please follow the link to Employment Opportunities. This link will direct you to a secure website external to the Treasury.
Treasury offers excellent career advancement opportunities, ongoing learning and development and attractive working conditions as part of the Australian Public Service.
A summary of the department’s conditions of service based on its current Treasury Workplace Agreement is linked below for your information. These conditions are applicable only to non-SES employees. SES conditions are negotiated at an individual level with the Secretary.
APS Employment Gazette (APSjobs.gov.au)APSjobs.gov.au provides information on Australian Government employment opportunities and employment conditions in the public service.
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