Do you want to make a difference?
"As a Treasury graduate you have a unique opportunity to contribute your own skills and knowledge and to benefit from working with highly experienced, expert and engaged colleagues. You will gain the necessary skills to succeed, and will work on a variety of tasks and projects that impact the lives of Australians."
Dr. Martin Parkinson, Secretary to the Treasury
As a central policy agency, the Treasury is expected to anticipate and analyse policy issues with a whole-of-economy perspective, understand government and stakeholder circumstances, and respond rapidly to changing events and directions.
No matter the issue of the day, the Treasury is involved. Some of our work includes providing leadership to the agenda for the 2014 G-20 Australia summit, supporting the Financial System Inquiry and the Tax White Paper, providing advice on policy initiatives such as the Competition Review, the National Disability Insurance Scheme, and producing the Federal Budget each year. The diversity of our business is one of our greatest strengths.
For further information on the process or to apply for a Treasury Graduate position, please refer to the Treasury Careers Portal .
For further information on the structure and work of the department, please refer to the Treasury website , our Strategic Framework , the Departmental structure chart and the Treasury Workplace Agreement 2011-2014 .