Business Support Officer
Business Support Officer (Grade 3/4)
Join a world class organisation
Make a difference to the people of NSW
Leverage your administrative skills
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.
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The Team and the Role
The Financial &
Operations Group provides a range of services to Treasury and the sector, including:
Production and publication of the Total State Sector Accounts
Production of monthly financial reporting and analysis of the general government aggregate financial results and provision of the aggregates financial reporting for the Budget and Half Year
Provision of technical support and training for the sector on the Budgeting System
Stewardship of public sector financial management and accounting including policy development, capability support and the provision of technical advice
Delivery of the Recurrent Expenditure Gateway Assurance program
Overseeing Treasury?s risk assurance and internal audit function
Corporate finance and facilities management functions for Treasury.
As a Business Support Officer, you will provide administrative and project support services across the Division.
Key Skills and Experience:
Experience in a broad range of secretarial, administrative and clerical functions.
Excellent interpersonal and oral communication skills.
Well-developed time management, planning and organisational skills to ensure tasks are completed within deadlines.
Extensive computer skills including experience with Microsoft Office software including Word, Excel and PowerPoint for professionally preparing documents.
Ability to develop skills in key software systems and provide basic instruction on use of systems by new staff.
Initiative, self-reliance, and the ability to work independently, without close supervision.
The ability and flexibility to work in a team environment, providing backup and support to staff in times of peak demand or staff absence.
Understanding of records management principles and experience in maintaining manual and computerised records management systems.
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.
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!
Please submit your application for the role via https:
//iworkfor.Nsw.Gov.Au (req6203). Please ensure you read the role description thoroughly before applying.Your application should include:
Cover letter of no more than two pages
An up-to-date resume that details your knowledge, skills and experience relevant to the role
Should you require additional information prior to making an application please contact in confidence:
Maylee Ching firstname.lastname@example.org
59am Thursday 29th October 2020.