|Treasury seeks to attract and retain high performing, capable and passionate people who match our cultural profile. |
Would a career with Treasury inspire you?
Does this inspire you? We are looking for people who:
- Believe in our values
- Are passionate about making a difference to the well-being of Tasmanians
- Have high levels of personal integrity
- Are committed to excellence at work
- Have good judgement and analytical skills
- Have a demonstrated record of achievement
- Want to be the best, lead the way and make a difference
If this resonates with you, please feel free to contact us or check our jobs website.
We welcome enquiries for senior positions from people who:
- possess corporate management skills including the ability to plan and manage human and financial resources, as well as strategic skills and an achievement orientation that will assist in meeting our corporate goals;
- are critical, analytical thinkers with the ability to distil significant issues from complex problems, prioritise and identify feasible solutions;
- have demonstrated leadership skills including the ability to deal with pressure, manage ambiguity and change, provide effective feedback, foster a culture of continual learning and development, and ensure a commitment to the principles of workplace diversity, EEO and OHS; and
- are able to communicate effectively at all levels, represent us in public forums and convey our objectives to a variety of audience levels.
Live your values
We are a values based organisation. If your personal and work values are consistent with those developed by our staff, we’re sure you’ll find Treasury a great place to work.
Our decisions and behaviour are guided by the following values and belief statements:
- Integrity - as it builds confidence, trust and self-respect, and is the foundation of open and honest communication;
- Excellence – as it challenges us to give our best and brings us recognition;
- Respect – as it recognises the value of each of us and the contribution we all make;
- Camaraderie – as it creates a fun and supportive place to be; and
- Passion – as it inspires us to achieve great things.
We live and breathe our values.
Build your career Our employees are encouraged to take control of their own careers, be responsible for their performance, and to actively identify opportunities to develop and grow.
We offer careers in policy analysis, administration, economics, business analysis, state revenue collection, information management, regulation, legislation development and compliance, customer service, accounting, property management, contract management, project management, human resources, information systems, budgeting, and financial analysis to name a few.
There’s plenty of opportunity to learn new skills and stretch your knowledge. Many employees undertake a diverse range of roles during their career at Treasury.
Staff surveys show us that we provide a world of development opportunities (89%) of our employees report that learning and development opportunities are available to build skills, compared to the Hewitt Best Employer average of 82%). Follow this link for further information on Treasury’s Learning and Development program.
Build on your existing technical, management and leadership skills as well as attend some of our many hot topic sessions during your lunchtime. Participate in part-time tertiary studies on our study assistance program. Network and learn from other talented professionals.
Our cadet program enables undergraduates to ‘learn our business from the grass roots’ while completing an appropriate tertiary degree. Click here for more information on the Cadet Program.
Our graduate program enables recent graduates to undertake professional accounting qualifications while gaining experience in our budget management and government financing and accounting branches. Click here for more information on the Finance Graduate Program.
Our appointments are competitive and merit-based. You can plan your own career path and apply for a range of positions. Talented people are challenged and stretched by the work that we do, and are often promoted.
Join a talented team
Our employees are talented professionals. They are people who work hard and are committed to a common goal. Our people are held in high regard by us, our stakeholders and our clients.
Our employees stay with us because they value the people they work with. Our people are friendly and committed to delivering excellent service.
We succeed because we work together well and are supported by a strong team-based culture that helps build your individual knowledge and skills.
Our managers value the combined efforts of all our employees. Employees are listened to and contributions are appreciated.
Know what is expected of you
We have a clear vision, mission and business priorities. Our highly organised and structured support framework reflects the important work we do and allows our employees to know what is expected of them. Our work is carefully reviewed to ensure it meets our high standards.
Our employees have a performance management interview with their manager every six months. This process sets clear goals and expectations linked to corporate objectives, and plans development goals.
Our current Corporate Directions include:
- Building a more diverse and agile workforce;
- Increasing the representation of women in leadership (target: 50/50 by 2020)
- Continued support for flexible work practices; and
- Working towards White Ribbon accreditation.
White Ribbon at Treasury
Treasury is working to implement the White Ribbon Workplace Accreditation program. This is an anti-violence initiative that encourages individuals to take an active role in promoting a positive workplace culture.
Staff surveys tell us that employees have a good balance between work and personal commitments.
Like all workplaces, there are busy times when we work hard to achieve key objectives. Overall, our work hours are reasonable, allowing time for employees to pursue their diverse personal interests.
We have generous leave provisions:
Additional leave options including parental leave, leave without pay, and purchased leave.
- Annual leave: 20 paid days per year.
- Long service leave: 65 days after ten years of full time service.
- Personal leave: 22 days full pay and 44 days half pay personal leave for the first 3 years of employment with access to up to 10 days carer's leave each year. Entitlement increases on the 5th and 10th anniversary of appointment.
Employees have access to free and confidential counselling assistance to help them resolve personal and/or work related problems.
It’s the way we work that makes a difference
We play a central role in the Tasmanian Government and help to improve the wellbeing of Tasmanians. We don’t just deal with numbers. We deal with big issues that provide opportunities to contribute to major government decisions and activities.
Our employees share our values and have a strong belief in delivering successful outcomes to the Tasmanian community. We offer a diverse range of challenging roles and the opportunity to make a major contribution to the state service.
Our employees have integrity. We respect each other. We are passionate about what we do. We regularly seek feedback from our employees and continually work to improve our people practices and leadership.
If you are interested in a career with the Department of Treasury and Finance, please see our current vacancies. |