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Treasury Critical Workforce Register, APS Level 4 to Executive Level 1 - APS ongoing and non-ongoing employees only

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ACT, NSW, VIC, Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney
Finance/Accounting, Legal/Regulatory, Policy/Public Policy, Office Administration, ICT/Data Management, All, APS Level 4, APS Level 5, APS Level 6, Executive Level 1

About us

The Treasury is a respected and influential central economic agency that is at the forefront of providing economic advice to the Government that supports the effective management of the Australian economy.  We are a professional and diverse workforce that draws on the judgement and expertise of our people to respond to the evolving and challenging environment in which we operate.   If you want to thrive individually, develop strong affiliations with your co-workers and value work that impacts the lives of all Australians then consider a position with us.  

We are a culturally aware agency and we encourage applications from all eligible applicants including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, Australians with a disability, those who identify as lesbian, gay, bi-sexual, transgender/gender diverse, intersex and queer and those who are culturally and linguistically diverse.

Treasury is comprised of five main groups:

  • Fiscal Group
  • International and Foreign Investment Group
  • Macroeconomic Group
  • Markets Group
  • Revenue Group
  • Small Business, Housing, Corporate and Law Group

About the register

The register has been established to continue to meet our objectives for high priority and urgent projects and attracting emerging skillsets to deliver new priorities.

The Treasury Critical Workforce Register is open to APS employees only (both ongoing and non‑ongoing employees are eligible) at the APS Level 4 to Executive Level 1 classifications interested in a permanent or temporary move to Treasury. Your application will remain active until 31 January 2024.  You may be contacted if your skills closely align to those needed by the agency, and as the need arises.

To be considered you must:

  • be a current APS employee (ongoing or non-ongoing) at the time of applying
  • be an Australian Citizen at the register closing date; and
  • have a minimum Baseline security clearance (either current or previously)

About our ideal candidates

We welcome interest from people seeking strong rewards and recognition, a flexible work approach and those with the ability to develop collaborative relationships with managers and co-workers.  Your previous private and public sector experience will assist to drive fresh thinking and increase organisational capability and creativity into our operations, policies and practices.  Ideally you will have:

  • strong initiative and the ability to work autonomously
  • a collaborative approach which enables you to work well in a team
  • well developed organisational skills and ability to manage competing priorities
  • excellent written and verbal communication skills; and
  • a flexible and adaptable approach with a high level of resilience

Priority areas of skills and experience

We strongly encourage you to register immediately if you have any of the following skills and experience:

  • Accounting:  roles for APS external budget specialists, management accountants and financial accountants (APS5 – EL1 level)
  • Human Resources: workforce planning and data, HR strategy, recruitment and talent attraction (APS4-APS6)
  • ICT: APS6 – EL1 roles for business analysts, project managers, Dynamics/CRM developer, network engineers
  • Legal: drafting consultation papers and legislation, undertaking regulatory assessments (APS5 -6 level )  
  • Finance:  technical understanding of financial services/insurance/mortgage broker industry and regulatory frameworks (APS5 -6 level)
  • Data:  analytical and statistical capabilities, trend analysis and report preparation (APS5 – EL1)
  • Procurement: understanding of APS procurement frameworks, grants and associated legislation (APS5 – EL1)
  • Policy:  research and analysis, drafting reports and correspondence (APS5 – EL1 level)
  • Communications: strategic communication and event management, managing internal and external communication content, delivering communications products to support business

If you are interested in an Executive Assistant role you can register your details on Treasury's Executive Assistant register

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