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Salary at Department of the Treasury
- Average rating for Salary, based on 32 reviews7.9 / 10
What are your thoughts on pay and bonuses at your company?
We get a living well allowance (essentially a bonus) of $600, otherwise no scope for bonuses in the public services as you�d expect.
Pay is competitive and increases quickly.
The pay is ok. I don�t think there are bonuses.
Entry level, Canberra
Pay is good starting off as a graduate and the progression at pay points is also good. We do not get bonuses.
Progression is great if you're a good performer and willing to challenge yourself.
No bonuses given the transparent nature of the pay in the public service.
I think the working conditions are great.
I have received several pay rises since joining Treasury and am now on quite a comfortable wage.
What are your company's best or most unusual perks? For example: free tickets, free dinners, moving expenses, taxis, pension, etc.
There is a health and wellbeing allowance to offset the cost of exercise gear, gym memberships, classes etc. There is also a rebate scheme in place for optical purchases.
Great working hours and, accordingly, work-life balance.
Free courses including courses at the ANU or interstate conferences.
Lifestyle bonus to help support a healthy lifestyle.
Establishment allowance if coming from interstate
We get a $600 lifestyle allowance every year.
No perks - it�s the public service. However we do have an annual $600 lifestyle bonus.
You get exposure to various Ministers.