Finance Graduate Program
Treasury recruits graduates who have completed a University degree that enables the applicant to complete the Certified Practising Accountant (CPA) program or the Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CA ANZ) postgraduate program.
What is the Finance graduate program?
The Finance graduate program offers an excellent opportunity to work and gain experience while studying professional accounting qualifications. Graduates receive Study Leave to attend tutorials and complete examinations, and payment of professional accounting course fees. Graduates also have access to a mentor that has completed the same qualification, who can assist with any study issues, and provide support and guidance for the course of the program.
Whilst participating in the Finance Graduate Program, graduates are exposed to areas of economic and financial management and public policy. Graduates will be placed within Branches of the Budget and Finance Division for periods of up to 18 months, over a three-year period.
Graduates complete the Certified Practising Accountant (CPA) or Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CA ANZ) program while working with us.
What will I be paid?
The salary range for Graduates throughout the program ranges from $66 606 to $74 600 per annum (as at 9 December 2021). Progression is subject to satisfactory work performance and academic results. After successful completion of the graduate program, you will be offered a permanent role with us at a level that currently pays $78 593 per annum (as at 9 December 2021).
Learning and development
Graduates will be encouraged to participate in a range of learning and development opportunities including:
- in-house training courses and programs; and
- specialist training courses (e.g. computer software or finance systems).
For more information or to register your interest in Treasury's Finance Graduate Program, please see below: