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Economist - Multiple Roles

Treasury - Sydney, NSW

Government, Defence & Emergency
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Economist / Policy Analyst - Multiple Roles
Economic Revenue and Analysis – State Revenue Policy

  • Join a supportive and high performing team of economists and policy advisors
  • Make a difference to the people of NSW during a period of significant economic disruption
  • Leverage your analytical skills and your policy insight

About Us:

As the NSW Government’s principal financial and economic adviser, Treasury’s role is to enable the Government to deliver its promise to support the people of New South Wales (NSW), and look to 2021 with renewed ambition to forge a brighter future in a prosperous and confident post-pandemic economy.

As part of our vision to become a World Class Treasury, we believe Treasury has a primary role in supporting and investing in our key partners (service delivery clusters).

Our responsibility includes lifting financial management capability and culture across the sector and supporting the NSW Treasurer’s priorities: economic growth, achieving fiscal repair and delivering economic reform, working swiftly to produce implementation plans for each priority.

Visit the NSW Treasury website for further information about our structure and functions: https://www.treasury.nsw.gov.au/about-treasury/about-nsw-treasury

About the Team:

The Economic and Revenue Analysis Division (ERA) sits within the Economic Strategy and Productivity Group. It is responsible for understanding and forecasting the NSW economy and revenues, providing policy advice on the State’s revenue measures and strategies, and both advising and engaging with other jurisdictions on federal financial relations.

Functions within the Division range from econometric analysis to policy development and advice, economic research, interjurisdictional negotiation and long-term forecasting, and our teams are made up of people from a variety of backgrounds with diverse skills and experience. The Division is made up of the following teams:

  • State Revenue Policy
  • Federal Financial Relations
  • Revenue Forecasting and Analysis
  • Intergenerational Report
  • Macroeconomic Analysis, Research & Strategy

Within ERA, State Revenue Policy is responsible for leading policy development and delivering high quality advice on state tax and revenue measures. This includes undertaking in depth research to determine the impact of changes to tax policy on state revenues and the government’s capacity for sustainably funding the delivery of services and investments for the people of NSW. The team develops trusted relationships with internal and external stakeholders to enable the delivery of the Governments objectives, including promoting understanding of the near- and long-term challenges in the state’s revenues and developing and costing policy responses to those challenges. State Revenue Policy also leads the implementation of new revenue measures, including preparation of legislation, and reviews of existing revenue policies.

Available Roles:

Due to an expansion of the State Revenue Policy team, there are a range of exciting ongoing roles available. Available roles within State Revenue Policy are outlined below.

Please click on the role descriptions below to get a broader understanding of the requirements, key skills and experience at each grade level:

  1. Economist / Policy Analyst, Clerk Grade 5/6 - Salary $85,744 - $94,610 + Superannuation and Leave Loading
  2. Economist / Policy Analyst, Clerk Grade 7/8 - Salary $97,443 - $107,864 + Superannuation and Leave Loading
  3. Senior Economist / Policy Analyst, Clerk Grade 9/10 - Salary $111,077 - $122,404 + Superannuation and Leave Loading
  4. Principal Economist / Policy Analyst, Clerk Grade 11/12 - Salary $128,473 - $148,578 + Superannuation and Leave Loading

Talent Pool

A talent pool may be created through this recruitment process. A talent pool represents a group of applicants who have been assessed and identified as suitable for this role or similar roles, and who may be considered for a range of similar roles, including temporary, term or ongoing roles, over the next 18 months.

How to Apply!

Submit your application ONLY via the ‘I Work for NSW’ jobs platform. Click on the ‘Apply Online’ button on the advertisement. Accept the redirection to NSWconnect and then click on the ‘Apply Now’ button to then complete your application process.

Please ensure you read the role description thoroughly before applying.

Your application should include:

  • A cover letter which explains your alignment with the essential requirements of the role.
  • An up-to-date resume detailing your knowledge, skills and experience in relation to the role. 


Contact in confidence: Prony Melvin [email protected].


To be eligible to apply for ongoing employment within NSW Treasury, candidates must be an Australian citizen or have the status of permanent residency in Australia. The successful candidate will be required to undergo National Criminal Check and provide confirmation of academic qualifications prior to commencement.

Our commitment to diversity and flexibility

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.

We understand that flexibility means different things to different people and are committed to offering flexible work arrangements where and when possible.

Applications close: AEST
9:59am Thursday 13 May 2021