Analysts - International Department and Domestic Markets Department (Expression of Interest)
Analysts, International Department and Domestic Markets Department (Expression of Interest) More knowledge, less speculation
Would you like to contribute to ground-breaking thinking on how domestic and international financial developments matter for the Australian economy and monetary policy? Would to you like to be part of a multi-disciplinary team that is addressing questions of critical importance to the Bank's Executive Directors, Governors and the Monetary Policy Board?
Opportunities in these departments would suit those interested in working at the intersection of finance and macroeconomics, formulating advice to the Bank's key decision makers based on high-quality analysis. There will be opportunities to engage with a range of stakeholders in Australia and overseas, analyse and interpret a broad array of data, identify relevant research questions and demonstrate and develop your leadership capabilities. Your background
- Someone who can bring knowledge that is relevant to the Financial Markets Group and has a strong interest in financial markets.
- Expertise could include, but is not limited to, financial markets, the financial system (banks and non-banks), macroeconomics and modelling, or public policy development and delivery.
- A post-graduate degree in Economics or Finance would be considered an advantage, as would advanced data management, coding and statistical skills.
- Someone who can work with a high degree of autonomy and respond calmly, and effectively amid rapidly changing circumstances.
- Someone who knows how to frame and present high-profile analytical and policy work so that it lands well with senior audiences (Governors and policy committees).
The specific projects that you would work on would depend upon your skills and experience, as well as what is important at the time. But examples of topic areas that you could provide thought leadership and analysis to include:
- How is monetary policy being transmitted through the Australian financial system and financial markets, and how has that changed over time?
- How can term premia in government bond markets be quantified and what are the key drivers?
Working for an organisation that truly makes a difference to the people of Australia, we can offer development and career opportunities in a collaborative environment that supports your growth, wellbeing and promotes flexibility. Your individual growth and success drives the Bank forward as an organisation. Be more means you can do more, for yourself and for Australia. Why RBA?
Through the pursuit of national economic policy objectives and associated activities in financial markets and banking, the RBA makes an important contribution to the Australian economy. We also issue Australia's banknotes and operates infrastructure critical to the payments system, all of which contribute to the welfare of the Australian people.
Made up of specialists across a wide range of fields, our people have a critical role to play in achieving these objectives, whether directly or in a supporting capacity. As a values driven organisation, our people conduct themselves with a high degree of integrity, while striving for excellence in the work they perform and the outcomes they achieve. We encourage intelligent inquiry and we treat one another with respect, while promoting the public interest through our efforts.
Your application should include a resume detailing your experience and qualifications.
The Reserve Bank of Australia is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to creating a diverse and inclusive workplace and encourage applications from experienced candidates seeking workplace flexibility.
Few places give you the balance of professional challenge and a management culture that not only supports but encourages you to live a full life outside of work and be more.
Application Close :
March 01, 2024