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Dear Graduate

 

Thank you for considering a career with the ACT Public Service.

 

The ACT Public Service is a unique place in which to work because we are involved with a great variety of initiatives.  We input into large national programs, and actively participate in Commonwealth-State initiatives.

 

We are also responsible for developing policy at a local level.  This means you are able to undertake work that has a real impact on the community, and see the results first hand.

 

As a small jurisdiction we provide a friendly and welcoming work environment in which your individual contributions will be recognised and valued. 

 

You will have the opportunity to work with a range of highly motivated and talented people across the government, as well as being able to significantly contribute to policy development within Treasury.

 

We offer you a challenging and energetic professional environment, with interesting and rewarding work, much of which is high profile.

 

One thing is for certain – you will never get stuck working on just one issue and you will never be short of real issues to deal with.

 

We are seeking people who have strong analytical ability, who want to make a real difference, who love challenges and who are enthusiastic about developing their skills.

 

Our internal training and development program is very comprehensive.

Graduates may also be eligible for studies assistance, at the discretion of their executive based on Division considerations, for study that relates to their employment.  

 

Specifically, we are looking for graduates with qualifications and skills in economics, finance and accounting fields. We also value graduates with broader qualifications such as public policy, social sciences and mathematics.

 

If you want to be part of a dynamic and forward thinking team, I encourage you to apply to join the ACT Treasury Graduate program.

 

 

  

Megan Smithies

Under Treasurer / Director-General

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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