We employ economists, finance specialists, accountants, business analysts, policy advisers, project managers and corporate staff, as well as specialists in interesting and varied roles.
We are a central agency and play an influential role in economic, financial and resource management policy development. A career at DTF will see you contributing to the long term economic outlook of the State, making a difference to all Victorians.
Visit the Victorian Government Careers website to see all currently advertising vacancies at DTF.
Diversity and equal employment opportunity
DTF aims to be a model employer providing an inclusive workplace that is understanding and respectful of differences such as gender, identity, race, disability or age. As part of this, DTF is a member of Pride in Diversity and the Australian Network on Disability. DTF also supports the Public Sector Veteran Employment Strategy.
The DTF Aboriginal Employment and Inclusion plan outlines our approach to supporting Aboriginal pathways between education and employment, increasing awareness of Aboriginal culture and supporting Aboriginal jobs and business growth in Victoria.
Our graduate program offers opportunities for accounting and finance, economics and generalist students with legal, IT, HR, corporate planning, engineering and policy backgrounds.
If you’re about to finish your degree, you can apply through the Victorian Public Service Graduate Scheme
For Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students, we welcome applications through our Aboriginal Pathways program.
Our internship program offers opportunities to gain first-hand experience of accounting and finance, economics and generalist experience.
Our programs offer the opportunity to develop skills in economic, financial and corporate policy analysis and development through working on a variety of tasks including policy advice, research, analysis and report writing.
For accounting and finance students, it’s desirable if you’re eligible for the Certified Practicing Accountant or Chartered Accountant program when you graduate.
Placements run from late November to February, and are full time for up to 12 weeks, with applications opening in late August.
To apply visit the Victorian Government Careers and search for 'intern'.
Essential Services Commission (ESC)
You can also apply for an internship with the ESC.
The ESC is Victoria’s independent economic regulator of essential services supplied by a range of industries including water, transport, energy and local government.
For more information about the ESC program, visit the www.esc.vic.gov.au
If you have any queries about working for DTF please contact the People and Culture team via email@example.com