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April

Associate Director

NSW Treasury - Sydney, NSW

Banking & Finance
Source: uWorkin

JOB DESCRIPTION

Associate Director – Infrastructure & Structured Finance Unit

  • Join a World Class Organisation
  • Play a pivotal role in making NSW a great place to live and work
  • Leverage your infrastructure transaction advisory skills


About Us

As the NSW Government’s principal financial and economic adviser, Treasury’s role is to enable the Government to deliver its promise to support the people of New South Wales (NSW), and look to 2021 with renewed ambition to forge a brighter future in a prosperous and confident post-pandemic economy.

As part of our vision to become a World Class Treasury, we believe Treasury has a primary role in supporting and investing in our key partners (service delivery clusters).

Our responsibility includes lifting financial management capability and culture across the sector and supporting the NSW Treasurer’s priorities: economic growth, achieving fiscal repair and delivering economic reform, working swiftly to produce implementation plans for each priority.

Visit the NSW Treasury website for further information about our structure and functions: https://www.treasury.nsw.gov.au/about-treasury/about-nsw-treasury

About The Team

The Infrastructure & Structured Finance Unit (ISFU) helps keep NSW moving and increases the prosperity and sustainability of our communities by facilitating private sector involvement in major capital projects and related services.

We provide specialist commercial and financial advice on many high-profile high-risk projects to Government. The ISFU specialises in providing commercial and financial advice on structuring, financing and procuring major infrastructure projects across NSW Government, including PPPs. The team works closely with agencies throughout the procurement phase, from procurement options analysis, through contract execution and financial close, to post-contract close matters. You will play a part in supporting and shaping the culture of this team, with its wealth of experience across the public and private sectors and industry.

The Role

As an Associate Director, your role is to be responsible for ISFU’s involvement in numerous major infrastructure projects and providing leadership to a team that provides high quality advice to agencies and to the Treasurer and Cabinet with a view to optimising the delicate balance between price, quality and risk to ensure the best outcomes for the State. The role is also responsible for building and maintaining relationships both with internal colleagues, with agencies and with the wider infrastructure market.

Key Skills And Experience
  • Solid relevant professional experience gained in:
    • an investment bank or institutional bank (corporate and project finance lenders);
    • a chartered accounting firm (Infrastructure advisory, M&A or financial modelling);
    • a top-tier law firm (infrastructure, real estate, construction or project finance team);
    • a financial advisory firm;
    • an infrastructure equity or debt fund;
    • a construction company (investment or bid team with a focus on commercial and financial structuring for PPPs and large-scale development projects); or
    • Government with exposure to infrastructure development, financing or procurement.
  • Experience in financial analysis, credit risk and/or corporate and project finance modelling.
  • Established track record as a key member in project or transactional teams preferably with experience in infrastructure procurement, financing or investment.
  • Project management experience and a demonstrated ability to exercise leadership and influence in dealings with external stakeholders.
  • Strong understanding of at least one of the following:
    • project finance;
    • project finance or construction law; or
    • PPPs
  • Strong understanding or capacity to quickly develop a strong understanding of public sector financial management practices, policies, and governing legislation.
  • Relevant tertiary qualifications in commerce, finance, economics, business, law or in a related discipline.
  • Desire to work collaboratively as part of a fast-paced team.
  • Strong interpersonal skills.


Talent Pool

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!

Submit your application ONLY via the ‘I Work for NSW’ jobs platform. Click on the ‘Apply Online’ button on the advertisement. Accept the redirection to NSWconnect and then click on the ‘Apply Now’ button to then complete your application process.

Your Application Should Include
  • A cover letter which explains your alignment with the essential requirements of the role.
  • An up-to-date resume detailing your knowledge, skills and experience in relation to the role.


Learn More

Please ensure you read the role description thoroughly before applying. The link is active on the I Work for NSW Website

Support

Contact in confidence: Prony Melvin prony.melvin@treasury.nsw.gov.au .

Closing Date: 9:59am Tuesday, 11 May 2021.

Eligibility

To be eligible to apply for ongoing employment within the NSW Treasury, candidates must be an Australian citizen or permanent resident of Australia.

The successful candidate will be required to undergo a National Criminal Record Check and provide confirmation of academic qualifications prior to commencement.

Our commitment to diversity and flexibility

At NSW Treasury, we are committed to building a respectful workplace, appointing the best person for the role, and supporting diversity across all areas. We are on a journey to become more inclusive.

We understand that flexibility means different things to different people and are committed to offering flexible work arrangements where and when possible.

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