About the Parliamentary Budget Office
The Parliamentary Budget Office (PBO) supports the Parliament by providing independent, authoritative and non-partisan analysis of budgetary issues and the fiscal cost of policy proposals. Considering the current fiscal situation, the PBO is in a unique position to support the Parliament and general public at this critical time through analysis that is timely and relevant. The PBO’s role comprises three main elements, which are to:
About the roles
The PBO is seeking staff to help us support the 47th Parliament through:
The PBO works in an agile and flexible way, and successful applicants can expect a mix of costings and research work along with contributing to model enhancement and capability building. All staff also contribute to effective external engagement activities such as a range of seminars and briefings for parliamentarians and their staff.
There are also regular opportunities to work on organisation-wide projects that allow staff to contribute to and lead organisational change and have significant exposure to the PBO’s Executive and agency head. Around each general election, the whole of the PBO works to deliver the report of election commitments.
Cameron Chisholm, Director
Phone: (02) 6277 9557
For further information, duties and how to apply, go to the PBO’s recruitment page at https://www.aph.gov.au/About_Parliament/Employment/Parliamentary_Budget_Office
Applications close Sunday 5 February 11.30pm AEDT