About The Treasury
The Treasury is a flexible, dynamic and diverse workplace with offices in Canberra, Sydney, Melbourne and Perth. Treasury supports workplace diversity and values the contribution of people from diverse backgrounds. We encourage applications from Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander peoples, people with disability, people with cultural and linguistic diversity, and LGBTIQ people. Treasury is committed to achieving gender equality and, in particular, supporting diversity in our senior leadership.
The Treasury is a respected and influential central economic agency. We provide 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.
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.
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.
About Corporate and Foreign Investment Group
Corporate and Foreign Investment Group delivers strategic advice and high quality services and support to the department, portfolio Ministers and agencies through a wide range of activities, including information technology, communications, finance and people management.
Made up of three divisions— Stakeholder Liaison Unit, Corporate Division and Foreign Investment Division — the Group collaborates across Treasury and has a strong focus on being responsive, innovative and building a culture of continuous improvement as well as being responsible for administering Australia’s foreign investment laws and providing advice to the Government on foreign investment policy.
About the Role
The Treasury is seeking a dynamic and results-driven APS Level 5 Finance Officer to join Corporate Division.
The APS Level 5 Finance Officer will undertake a range of responsibilities which may include:
Processing accounts payable invoices.
Raising accounts receivable invoices.
Performing debt management procedures.
Processing invoice scanning.
Late payment reporting.
Contributing to team projects.
Creditor creation and reconciliations.
Answering accounts payable, accounts receivable and debt queries (and escalating to the relevant APS 6 where required).
Desirable Qualifications / Experience
Experience in accounts processing
Experience in using financial management information systems such as TechnologyOne, Expense8 and proficiency in Microsoft Excel.
The role also requires strong attention to detail, good time management skills, effective communication skills, adaptability, analytical skills and an ability to work independently and within a small team.