The Australian Office of Financial Management (AOFM) is small specialised agency that plays a significant role in the Australian financial markets. AOFM manages a portfolio of Australian Government Securities of more than $830 billion and two investment funds totalling $17 billion. AOFM ensures that the government’s expenditure obligations are able to be met at all times and that budget financing needs are delivered cost effectively without undue risk. The AOFM operates within global financial markets in order to effectively achieve AOFM’s financing and portfolio management responsibilities.
Various positions are available in the AOFM front office with work determined by placement with the relevant operational group. Current opportunities exist in Funding and Liquidity and Global Markets and Business Strategy groups. Analysts manage established agency processes. The work will involve both routine and project work. Routine work ensures that financial transactions are executed properly and appropriately documented. Such work requires clear communication and attention to detail, often under tight timeframes. Project work can include more complex tasks and can encompass cross-unit collaboration. Projects will involve in-depth analysis and will assist internal decision making.
The AOFM is a small agency where your contribution will be valued and rewarded. The AOFM provides generous assistance for work-related study and professional development.
Degree qualification in accounting, finance, economics, applied mathematics, commerce, or a related discipline from a recognised tertiary institution.
Postgraduate qualifications would be highly regarded
Work experience relevant to capital markets or securitisation is required.
Experience in developing or applying spreadsheets, databases, or other financial management tools will be expected.
This position is based in Canberra. We will pay relocation costs for successful candidates.
Contact Simeon Jasper (A/g Deputy Head of Funding and Liquidity) for a confidential discussion on (02) 6263 1137.
A detailed position description and how to apply can be obtained from the AOFM website:
Applications close Monday 21 June 2021 at 9:00 am AEST