• Graduate and Student Opportunities

    Graduate Program 2016

    A career at Treasury provides you with an opportunity to contribute to the shaping and influencing of government decisions, by actively contributing to the State’s economy, budget and community. 

    By joining the Treasury talent community, you will play a central role in providing economic and financial advice to the Government.

    Graduate Program

    The Treasury Graduate Program runs for eighteen months with three rotations giving you a comprehensive insight into a career with Treasury. During your rotations, you will experience a broad overview of the business, build networks and increase your knowledge, enabling you to be job ready and well-rounded at the conclusion of the program.

    As a graduate you will perform challenging and interesting work and deal with a wide range of issues and stakeholders within government and, in some cases, across various industries.

    Highlights of the program include:

    • Training and development opportunities including the Public Sector Graduate Development Program and Under Treasurer’s Educational Program;
    • Exposure to a variety of Treasury business units and Government projects;
    • Extensive support network comprising of supervisors, colleagues and a buddy as part of the Treasury’s Young Professionals Program;
    • Leadership development opportunities including Executive and Director Shadowing;
    • Attractive starting salary and Perth CBD location. 

    The Program seeks graduates from diverse backgrounds who align to Treasury’s capability framework and have recently graduated with: 

    • High academic achievement with a minimum of an undergraduate degree.
    • Australian Citizenship or Permanent Residency.

    Treasury welcomes applications from all disciplines particularly Finance, Accounting, Economics, Law, Engineering, Business/Commerce and Actuarial Studies.

    Applications for the 2020 Graduate Program open in August 2019. For more information about the 2020 Graduate Program, register here to receive the latest updates.

    Testimonials

    Amanda Tan Amanda Tan

    My favourite part of the Graduate Program was working across three different divisions in Treasury. Over the course of these rotations, I have been offered a range of exciting opportunities to work on challenging projects, like the election commitment costing process during the 2017 State Election. As a graduate, I have received overwhelming support and guidance from my supervisors and peers, who have overseen my personal and professional development since day one. The on-the-job experience has also allowed me to develop my skill set, whilst providing me with the insight into Treasury’s role as a central government agency.

    Ben Mifflin
     Ben Mifflin

    The Graduate program was a fantastic introduction to working at Treasury and the WA public sector. I had access to plenty of training and additional support that helped me settle in to working here. During my time in the graduate program, I was able to get valuable experience across different areas of Treasury and worked on some substantial and challenging projects.

    Student Opportunities

    Interested in a future career with Treasury? You can register here for vacation, internship, work integrated learning and work experience opportunities.

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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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