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Treasury Graduate Analyst (2020 Winter and 2021 Summer)

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Economics, Government, Statistics, Arts & Humanities, Business & Commerce, Law

Qualification Requirements:

Bachelors Degree


2 months ago

Application Open

9th Feb 2020 12:00am

Application Close

18th Mar 2020 12:00am

Do you want to help build a more sustainable, inclusive and progressive Aotearoa?

  • Are you ready to be part of a programme that inspires, challenges and develops you?
  • Do you share our vision of higher living standards for all New Zealanders?
  • Are you forward-thinking, inquisitive and eager to learn?
  • Do you have the capability and enjoy working with numbers?
Working as the Government's lead economic and financial adviser, the Treasury works with public sector agencies to help the government of the day make informed decisions on a wide range of areas.

Take charge of your career by choosing a graduate stream that inspires you

  • The Policy, Performance and Advisory Stream
  • The Macroeconomist Stream
  • The Capital and Commercial Stream
The work our graduates undertake is varied and extensive. You will hit the ground running and within the first few weeks experience working on significant pieces of advice across large and influential portfolios. Get ready to start your career in the heart of public sector decision-making, in a stimulating, encouraging and supportive environment!

Our graduates are conscientious individuals who

  • Successfully adapt to an ever-changing work, political and economic environment
  • Are driven to enhance their own personal and professional development
  • Have capability and enjoy working with numbers
  • Build trusted, collaborative and constructive relationships
  • Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, for a wide range of audiences
  • Are critical thinkers and have analytical ability
  • Are broadminded, inquisitive and harnesses new, and innovative ways of working and thinking
  • Value diversity and demonstrate inclusive practices
  • Have personal integrity, sound judgement, and an honest and ethical approach
What we offer

  • A commitment to providing work and training opportunities that support your development and career aspirations
  • Fantastic exposure to a central government agency with interesting and varied work that influences the lives of New Zealanders
  • The opportunity to work in a team that is focused on development, constructive debate and collective impact
We remain committed to employing talent that represents the New Zealand community in which we serve. We make sure we build a diverse and competent workforce by hiring graduates from many different academic disciplines, backgrounds, locations and life experiences.

For more information our award winning graduate programme and what it's like to work at the Treasury visit: http://www.treasury.govt.nz/abouttreasury/careers/graduateopportunities.

The Treasury values diversity amongst its employees and encourages a positive work/life balance with flexible work arrangements - please talk to us about what flexible working means for you. 

Important note: We do not use cover letters or resumes when screening applications for our graduate programme. Please take your time in completing all sections of the application, providing as much information as you can to assist us when reviewing your submission.

Applications are open from Monday 10 February 2020 to Wednesday 18 March 2020.

If you have any questions or would like to find out more please contact Jessica Clarke, Programme Advisor at grad.enquiries@treasury.govt.nz.


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