The Treasury is a respected and influential central economic agency. We provide authoritative advice and analysis to the Australian Government on a broad range of economic, fiscal, structural, financial and tax policy issues. We also monitor global economic conditions to make sure Australia is well placed to respond to emerging trends.
Working at the Treasury
Treasury provides some of the best opportunities in the public service. Treasury presents a challenging and rewarding career with the opportunity to contribute substantially to Government policy that affects all Australians. The Treasury’s staff are drawn from many professions representing diversity in experience and skills. We seek passionate staff who will work collaboratively to deliver the ideas and advice that will help Australia meet the challenges of the coming years.
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Where do you see yourself at Treasury?
The Treasury is a flexible, dynamic and diverse workplace with offices in Canberra, Sydney, Melbourne and Perth.
Treasury offers attractive salaries and employer superannuation as well as a range of other benefits, including generous leave entitlements, salary packaging and a closedown period over the Christmas holiday. Employees of the Treasury are required to be Australian citizens and hold a current security clearance.
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- Procedures for determining suspected breaches of the Code of Conduct
Inclusion and Diversity Strategy
We are focused on maintaining and further building the diversity of our workforce through a range of inclusion and diversity initiatives. Diversity is important because a diverse and inclusive workforce capitalises on the skills and talents of all members of the community. It harnesses and values people for their diverse range of skills and capabilities, leading to a more engaged, motivated and productive workforce.
Treasury’s Inclusion and Diversity Strategy 2019-2021 clearly articulates our vision, priorities and plan for the next two years. There are a number of employee networks and diversity committees within the Treasury that drive inclusion and diversity. Networks provide direct support to employees through their events and advice. They also act as a key consultation point and contribute to work that increases diversity awareness and capability.