Type of Organisation
Australian Government department
Treasury is the Government’s lead economic adviser. We provide advice to the
Government and implement policies and programs to achieve strong and sustainable
economic and fiscal outcomes for Australians. We anticipate and analyse policy issues
with a whole-of-economy perspective, understand government and stakeholder
circumstances, and respond rapidly to changing events and directions.
As a Treasury graduate, you’ll gain exposure working in several areas of the department.
You’ll get to work on policies that help shape the future and make a difference for all
Locations where there are vacancies for graduates
Our graduate program runs over 2 years with most graduates based in our Canberra office.
Graduates may also be placed in our Sydney and Melbourne offices.
Applications for our 2025 Graduate Development Program are open now until
15 April 2024, for commencement in February 2025.
Visit https://graduates.treasury.gov.au/ for more information.
Residency requirements for Graduates wishing to apply
Australian Citizens Only
Roles available for Graduates
As a Treasury graduate you will work on policies that impact the department and the Australian economic landscape. You will also get to work with and learn from experts.
Graduate rotations will be in areas such as:
fiscal, tax and social policy
law, legislation and regulatory policy
market conduct and consumer data policy
macroeconomic modelling and data analysis
domestic and international economic conditions
climate and energy.
To know if we are the right fit for you, see https://graduates.treasury.gov.au/why.html
Degree subjects required for Graduates wishing to apply
We are looking for a variety of disciplines, these include law, economics/econometrics, public policy, political science, data and statistics, mathematics, business and commerce, and finance.
For our 2025 Graduate Development Program our education requirements include:
have completed or will complete, an Australian-recognised undergraduate qualification (bachelor degree or higher by 31 December 2024)
hold a bachelor degree at a minimum, most recent eligible qualification must be no more than 5 years old, (for example, you have or will complete between 1 January 2020 and 31 December 2024), and
performed well over the course of your studies to ensure that you are competitive in the selection process