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March 2015: Joining the Treasury as an intern will give you a unique insight into the New Zealand public sector and the chance to contribute toward the goal of higher living standards for New Zealanders.
Treasury is looking for people from a wide range of social and cultural backgrounds and life experiences.
As the governments lead economic advisor the Treasury works with public sector agencies to help the government of the day make informed decisions on a wide range of areas. These include for example:
- Economic growth and what drives business performance
- Social housing and housing affordability
- Water rights, resource management, climate change and other natural resource issues
- Education and skills
- Welfare, justice and health issues
Treasury is looking for summer interns (preferably in their 2nd or 3rd year studies) from a broad range of disciplines – economics, finance commerce and/or other social and public policy, mathematics, law, science, statistics, operations research and arts and more.
The degree you are currently undertaking is not critical – what counts is that you can:
- think critically about problems and explore broadly for solutions
- relate well with others to understand and influence outside perspectives
- take risks and push boundaries
- adapt to change
- communicate clearly
- perform at a high level
Treasury interns enjoy a supportive environment with a focus on developing skills and building capability during their internship. Working directly in policy teams you will get firsthand experience and exposure to what we do on a daily basis. Unlike other internships, the work you do will be directly related and used by the team to help them with their wider objectives. The exact nature of the work will depend on the individual’s background, experience and interests.
Treasury would welcome your application. If you are interested, please APPLY NOW. This link will take you to our e-recruitment system. You will be asked to register and apply online, please make sure you attach a current CV, covering letter and a copy of your most recent academic transcript.
Applications close 29 March 2015.
- If you have any questions or would like to find out more please contact Laura Adams on email@example.com