Associate Director | Grade 11/12
Why NSW Treasury
NSW Treasury leads the economic, jobs and investment conversation across New South Wales (NSW). From its position at the centre of government, Treasury drives the economic development strategy to guide the State’s growth for the benefit of the people who live, work and study in NSW. Its work includes boosting trade, investment and tourism, developing industry, supporting jobs growth, improving service delivery to the community and increasing living standards, now and into the future.
We’re committed to building a culture of highly engaged and talented people, all working together in a collaborative and high-performance culture that facilitates career mobility and diversity. Our culture is underpinned by the NSW Public Sector core values of Excellence in Service, Integrity, Accountability and Trust and a clear set of expected behaviours.
Look at the NSW Treasury website: https://www.treasury.nsw.gov.au/about-treasury/about-nsw-treasury
Also, see why you should work for NSW at https://iworkfor.nsw.gov.au/why-work-for-nsw
The Team and the Role
The Financial Risk Management (“FRM”) Division takes a strategic, whole of state approach to the management of financial risks, assets and liabilities. FRM does this by:
As an Associate Director in the FRM team, you will have a broad range of responsibilities, with a particular focus on assessing and monitoring the State’s credit risks. A key part of your role will involve using your skills in credit analysis to help develop and implement coherent, practical policies (in consultation with government agencies) to allow the NSW public sector to manage both new and existing credit exposures more effectively.
More generally, the role will contribute to the delivery of high-quality analysis and recommendations (both quantitative and qualitative) to support ALCO’s advice to the Treasury Secretary, by analysing and providing guidance on State Significant Financial Risks.
Our Commitment to Diversity
At NSW Treasury, we are committed to building a respectful workplace, appointing the best person for the role, and supporting diversity across all areas. We are on a journey to become more inclusive.
To be eligible to apply for ongoing employment within the NSW Treasury, candidates must be an Australian citizen or have the status of permanent residence in Australia.
The successful candidate will be required to undergo a National Criminal Record Check and provide confirmation of academic qualifications prior to commencement.
Should you require additional information prior to making an application please contact in confidence: Michelle Vigo, firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications close: AEST 9:59am Monday 23rd November 2020