• Learning and Development Programs

    In recognising the value of our people, Treasury offers a range of opportunities to enhance the skills and fast-track the development of all employees.

    Advancing careers through education

    At Treasury we offer a wide range of targeted learning opportunities based on individual and business needs. This is achieved through offering training solutions identified through our annual Training Plan which is generated from our training needs analysis. We also offer an Under Treasurer’s Educational Development Program (UT EDP) which aims to assist successful program applicants pay for further studies in developing their skills for their current employment.

    Sharing knowledge and building future leaders

    Treasury is committed to building and developing skills and leadership qualities in all employees. This is achieved through various strategies and programs:

    • Knowledge Sharing Event Series where high profile speakers are invited to Treasury to inform employees and stimulate their interest in contemporary topics.
    • Mentoring Program which aims to foster personal and professional development through knowledge sharing, reflective practice and learning from the experience and skills of senior employees.
    • Executive Shadowing Program where employees nominate to spend up to one week shadowing one of Treasury’s executive members.
    • Treasury’s Capability Framework helps identify and develop leaders within Treasury. This Framework also assists employee’s to evaluate themselves as a leader and identify programs to help them improve their leadership capabilities.
    • The Development and Performance Framework allows the employee and manager to establish performance plans that are aligned to Treasury vision, values, strategic goals and operational deliverables. It also provides an opportunity for employees to gain feedback and identify learning and development opportunities specific to their needs and career aspirations. This ensures role clarity and encourages feedback and continual development.
    • Succession Management at Treasury is about valuing, sharing and retaining the wealth of knowledge and experience our people have. Treasury uses a proactive approach to succession management to help ensure the broad base of internal people who are ready and able to fill critical roles as they arise. Through encouraging knowledge transfer from people occupying critical roles it also facilitates ongoing learning, innovation and business improvements.
    • Mobility and Flexibility allows employees the opportunity to undertake Job Rotations, Secondments, Transfers and Acting Arrangements throughout their career at Treasury.

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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Contact us

Postal Address
Locked Bag 11 Cloisters Square WA 6850

Main Switchboard
08 6551 2777

Main Fax
08 6551 2500

TTY (Hearing Impaired)
13 36 77

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