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Analyst - Funding Strategy & Engagement, New Zealand Debt Management

The Treasury
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Accounting & finance
Wellington - Wellington
Job Type:
Ongoing - Full Time
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Job Description

Opportunity to work at the heart of New Zealand Capital Markets

  • Fast paced and varied work in a critical area of central Government
  • Working across domestic and global financial markets
  • Join our passionate and high performing team making a real difference to NZ


The Treasury is the New Zealand Government's lead economic and financial advisor. Our vision is to raise living standards for New Zealanders.  

New Zealand Debt Management is one of the functions of the Capital Markets Directorate at the Treasury.  We oversee the Government's borrowing requirements and associated activities, with a goal of managing debt in a way that minimises costs over the long-term, while keeping risk at an appropriate level. We have an opportunity for an Analyst to work with the Head of Funding Strategy and Engagement on the following:


  • Developing, monitoring and communicating the debt funding strategy
  • Supporting the sovereign credit rating through engagement with key credit rating agencies
  • Developing and executing the investor engagement strategy


This role will also involve helping to ensure the debt funding strategy balances the needs of the Crown and investors, while promoting a well-functioning market. You will also have the opportunity to be involved in advice and communications regarding major portfolio transactions and research into longer-term issues that affect sovereign debt markets.  

About You

You'll be a curious, motivated, Analyst who can think strategically while also having an eye for detail.  You'll also bring:

  • A tertiary degree in economics, finance, mathematics or similar
  • Strong quantitative, analytical and problem-solving skills
  • Well-developed oral and written communication skills
  • Effective interpersonal and relationship management skills
  • High standards of professional conduct and integrity, including ethical standards relevant to financial markets
  • Professional financial markets experience (preferably)


We can offer

  • A commitment to providing work and training opportunities that support your development and career aspirations
  • The opportunity to work in a supportive and high-performing team that is focused on personal and team development


The Treasury values diversity and inclusion and we encourage a positive work/non-work balance with flexible work arrangements so please talk to us about flexible work options.

Applications close Sunday 20 October.  All applications must be made online.

Please see the Job Description for further detail and for further information regarding this role please contact Kyle Mackle, Team Assistant at

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