We offer careers in policy analysis, business analysis, economics, state revenue collection, regulation and compliance, legislation development, budget analysis, accounting, property management, contract management, project management, administration, customer service and a wide range of corporate services to name a few.
There are plenty of opportunities to learn new skills and broaden your knowledge and abilities. Many employees undertake a diverse range of roles during their time with Treasury. Check-in @Treasury is our managing performance model for employees. Check-ins are regular conversations between managers and employees and the Check-in approach includes a focus on providing real-time feedback and coaching.
We are committed to developing our employees by providing access to quality learning opportunities, including on-the-job mentoring, coaching and shadowing activities through to participation on a leadership program or support for formal study. 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.
Would a career with Treasury inspire you? Work at Treasury where you can:
- live your values;
- build your career;
- join a talented team;
- know what is expected of you; and
- achieve balance.
We are looking for people who:
- believe in our values;
- are passionate about making a difference to the wellbeing of Tasmanians;
- have high levels of personal integrity;
- are committed to excellence at work; and
- have good judgement and analytical skills.
All current vacancies within Treasury, statements of duties and application forms are listed on the Tasmanian Government Jobs website.
Audit and Risk Management Committee Vacancies
Treasury's Audit and Risk Management Committee provides independent assurance to the Secretary of the Department of Treasury and Finance on Treasury's financial and performance reporting responsibilities, risk oversight and management systems of internal controls.
From time to time, Treasury seeks expressions of interest from members of the Tasmanian community interested in being considered for appointment to its Audit and Risk Management Committee. These positions will be advertised as they arise, including in the Saturday edition of the three local Tasmanian newspapers.