- Join a central policy agency team that makes real change for Australia's live
- Multiple and varied opportunities across many divisions within The Treasury
About Our Client
Treasury provides economic analysis and authoritative policy advice on issues such as: the economy, budget, taxation, financial sector, crypto-currency, foreign investment, structural policy, superannuation, small business, housing affordability and international economic policy.
Retirement, Advice and Investment Division (RAID) provides policy and legislative advice to Government on initiatives to improve Australians' financial security and raise retirement standards. Our work involves cross-cutting issues spanning Treasury's priorities including in relation to taxation policy, government expenditure on pensions, and the regulation of financial services.
The Financial Analyst and Assistant Director responsibilities will include, but not limited to;
- Manage stakeholder relationships with the Higher Education community and other relevant education/CPD providers, including providing advice to providers on the accreditation process.
- Manage accreditation of suitable programmes, courses and relevant CPD programs degrees, bridging courses, CPD) in line with agreed curriculum.
- Manage ongoing monitoring, quality assurance program and compliance of providers, changes to programs and reaccreditations.
- Provide regular reporting and analysis on accreditation function for management and Minister's office
- Provide analysis and advice on key policy issues for management and the Minister's office
- Managing records of accreditation processes and outcomes including ensuring the currency and accuracy of approved providers/courses.
- Maintain and review policies, processes, and reporting standards
- As an Assistant Director, in addition to the above, there is an expectation that you will contribute to division wide strategies and national projects
The Successful Applicant
- The ability to be resilient and adapt to change and a fast-moving environment.
- Great analytical or policy experience, with ability to apply judgement, impartiality, and perseverance.
- Previous experience within the banking sector, legal sector, or regulatory policy.
- Experience working between the higher education system and professional standards bodies including assessing courses to align with agreed curriculum and ideally considering foreign qualifications is desirable
- Ability to manage diverse stakeholders and work collaboratively across functions, levels and business units.
- Possess flexibility and resilience in working in a fluid environment.
- Must be an Australian Citizen, with ability to obtain and maintain Baseline Security Clearance
- Bachelor's degree - finance, legal, business, economics, public policy, actuarial are desirable
What's on Offer
- The opportunity to have influential change and make a difference on the economic outcomes for Australian people.
- Canberra or Sydney Based
- EL1 Salary between $117,195 - $143,149 + superannuation, annually
- APS6 Salary between $89,846 - $108,848 + superannuation, annually
- Non-ongoing, Ongoing or S26 Opportunities available
- Annual performance review attracting potential 1.9% salary increase