Analyst / Senior Analyst Pool
Position Number: Pool Ref 1334 R
Level/Salary: PSCSAA2019, Level 5 $89,047 to $97,994 pa, Level 6 $102,966 to $113,590 pa, Level 7 $119,725 to $128,033 pa plus superannuation
Work Type: Permanent - Part Time, Permanent - Full Time, Fixed Term - Part Time, Fixed Term - Full Time
Closing Date: 2021-08-03 5:00 PM
12 month Appointment Pool
Level 5, Level 6 and Level 7, Permanent and Fixed term (Full-time and Part-time) opportunities available
If you’re interested in the big picture for Western Australia and where it’s going, Treasury is the place to be...
About the Role
The Department of Treasury WA supports the government through the provision of expert financial management and economic policy advice that promotes the public interest. We achieve this through our effective management of the Western Australian public sector finances and formulation of the annual State budget, development of economic and revenue forecasts and monitoring of the State’s economy and major revenue bases.
Our Analyst roles contribute to, and lead the development and delivery of high quality, evidence based analysis and advice to inform Government decision making in relation to financial management, policy development, service provision and infrastructure investment.
You will work collaboratively across the Department, and with external stakeholders, with a focus on assessing ‘what works’ and whether government programs and policies represent value for money. This includes advice on the prioritisation of funding for major projects, such as hospitals, roads, ports, schools, and prisons, as well as delivery of key services.
If successful, you can expect to work on a variety of high-profile government projects and initiatives, including:
An appointment pool will be established which will be used to fill Analyst and Senior Analyst vacancies at Level 5, Level 6 and Level 7 (full-time, part-time, permanent and fixed-term) as they become available in the Department of Treasury (Treasury) over a 12 month period. The appointment pool will commence when the selection process is finalised.
Treasury experience is highly valued in the wider public sector, opening up opportunities in other State Government agencies.
Further information about Treasury is available on our Careers page at . Our future plans and goals are provided in our
You will work in a fast-paced and dynamic environment and be committed to providing first-class advice based on the best available data and evidence. You will enjoy a variety of work and continue to develop a unique whole of government perspective on government policy and advice that will support your career progression.
You will use your knowledge of the State’s economic and financial position and your experience in the preparation and coordination of evidence based policy advice on economic, financial and social issues to enable informed decision making.
You will use your ability to anticipate, analyse and manage emerging issues, whilst using your innovative thinking to explore a range of possibilities to resolve complex problems. You will be effective in creating alternatives that contribute to systems, process and business improvements.
You will work collaboratively across Treasury to develop ‘big picture’ thinking to support the creation of strategies to address long-term issues and to challenge yourself to look for new and creative ways of doing things, to ensure the sustainability of the State’s finances.
You will be required to align with Treasury’s values of solutions focused, committed people, working collaboratively and making a difference.
Appointment is based on the applicant’s capacity to undertake the role at the level required and commensurate with and this will be assessed throughout the recruitment process.
How to Apply
It is anticipated that further assessments will be held in the week commencing 9 August.
For further information about this position, please contact Therese Stralow, Manager People and Culture at (not to be contacted for assistance with lodging your application).
Closing date: Tuesday 3 August, 2021 at 5.00 pm (WST)
Late and proforma applications will not be accepted. If you are having problems lodging your application online, please contact or (08) 6551 2365.
Treasury strives to be an employer of choice and is committed to building and supporting a diverse and inclusive workforce. We welcome applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, people from culturally diverse backgrounds, people with disability and youth to apply for our roles. People with disability will be provided with reasonable adjustments in the recruitment processes and in the workplace. For adjustments required in the recruitment process, please discuss with the contact person in the advertisement.