- 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.
Under the Consumer Data Right (CDR) framework the Minister designates sectors of the economy as being subject to the CDR. Once designated, the Minister makes rules to govern how the CDR will be implemented and given effect to in that sector. Working closely with policy staff in the CDR Policy, Governance and Engagement Branch, the Rules Unit is responsible for the maintenance of the existing CDR rules and developing subsequent versions of the CDR rules.
The Assistant Director responsibilities will include but not limited to.
- Provide ministerial advice on the strategic direction of development of CDR Rules in partnership with CDR Division leadership
- Manage and grow the Rules Unit team to ensure delivery of the work described above in accordance with relevant timeframes and expectations
- Contribute to the management and strategic direction of the CDR Division and the CDR Regulatory Frameworks Branch
- Contribute rules-based expertise to the analysis of complex policy issues undertaken by the CDR Policy Units
- Provide reasoned, well-supported submissions to the Minister on CDR rules issues
- Lead the preparation and delivery reports, correspondence, recommendations, explanatory statements, and presentations
- Undertake and lead extensive internal and external stakeholder engagement and liaison, including public consultation processes
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 within developing delegated legislation, strong stakeholder relationship skills and an interest in developing regulation to support the growth of the digital economy
- 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
- Three years relevant government or legal experience
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
- Non-ongoing, Ongoing or S26 Opportunities available
- Annual performance review attracting potential 1.9% salary increase