• Graduate Program

    We make a difference to Western Australia

    Join our graduate program, and you join a highly skilled workforce who play a central role in providing expert economic and financial advice to the Government. 

    2016 Treasury Graduates

    About the Graduate Program

    The Treasury Graduate Program runs for 18 months and includes three six month rotations, giving graduates a comprehensive insight into the work undertaken at Treasury. During their rotations, graduates will receive a broad overview of the business, build networks and increase knowledge which will enable them to be job ready and well rounded at the conclusion of the program.

    The program includes:

    • targeted and comprehensive training (both formal and on-the-job)
    • work in a wide range of disciplines and areas  
    • a competitive starting salary
    • extensive network of support through our supervisor and buddy system
    • leadership development opportunities 

    Who we are looking for?

    We are seeking to attract a workforce as diverse as the community we live in. We are looking for graduates who align to our capability framework who have recently graduated and who have:

    • high academic achievements
    • a minimum undergraduate degree
    • Australian citizenship or permanent residency  

    We welcome applications from all disciplines particularly:

    • Finance
    • Economics
    • Business/Commerce 
    • Accounting
    • Actuarial Studies  

    Hear what some of our Graduates have to say about Treasury’s Graduate Program

    The opportunity to work alongside very experienced individuals, coupled with working on projects which directly influence Western Australia makes the Treasury Graduate Program a very rewarding and enjoyable experience. 

    Ashley Proctor 2016 Graduate

    Treasury is a great place for those who like being at the centre of things. I am currently in State Finances, which looks at the broader fiscal and economic health of the State. As well as being very interesting, it gives me a great overview of how Treasury works.   

    Luke Illich 2016 Graduate

    Short term employment or work placement

    If you are interested in a possible short term employment or work placement arrangement, please register your interest on the Short Term Employment and Work Placement Register.

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About us

Treasury plays a central role in managing Western Australia’s public sector finances and in providing expert analysis and advice on the strategies and frameworks necessary for maintaining the State’s economic and financial position.

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Main Switchboard
08 6551 2777

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13 36 77

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