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Office & Workplace at Department of the Treasury
- Average rating for Workplace, based on 32 reviews6.2 / 10
Please comment on your company's office space, location and facilities. And while we're at it, please tell us a little about the dress code.
The location, however, is reasonably central to both the inner-north and inner-south, where most graduates end up living.
The Treasury building is quite old but relatively comfortable. It is in the Parliamentary Triangle, which means it�s quite far from shops, with only a handful of cafes around. Some nice parks next to it though.
The Treasury Building is located in the Parliamentary Triangle so it has a nice view of Parliament House and Lake Burley Griffin. There are plenty of coffee places around (e.g. National Library) however, the building isn�t close to a post office or shops. The city is only about a 5 minute drive away though.
Dress code is formal suit and tie for males. The office is average.
Entry level, Canberra
Offices are quite good - plenty of space. Dress code is professional, but allows for casual occasions.
Professional dress code. Location is within Parliamentary Triangle and only a few minutes� drive to the city. Exterior building may be old given our history but inside is nicely renovated.
Office is good. Lots of refurbishment going on currently. Dress code is business, but depends on which area you're in if that requires a tie or not. Obviously if you're meeting clients/stakeholders, tie and jacket.
The Treasury building is an institution and has housed the department since the 1930's. Transition is being made to a more open work space. Lunch options can be limited given the location. The dress code is formal when interacting with Ministers' offices, otherwise it is just standard professional.
Bit of an old building but everything is functional and it is in a good location