Our culture

Treasury’s collaborative culture is built on our core strength – our people who are highly trusted and respected professionals, committed to delivering excellence. We are outcome focused with a clear sense of purpose and a client mindset – we understand the context we operate in and we ensure our work contributes to key outcomes and services for our customers and the Queensland community.

We deliver our work in innovative ways to a high standard. Our people strike the right balance between being responsive and being considered, adopting appropriate rigour and an evidence-base when required,  to prioritise our efforts towards highest value work.

Genuine leadership from our executive team and managers ensures Treasury’s work commitments are balanced appropriately across teams and individuals. Our leaders value and encourage meaningful conversations and accountability, taking a positive and proactive approach to building capabilities, enhancing performance and supporting employee wellbeing.

We value and embrace the diverse capabilities, lived experiences and perspectives of our people. As a community, we challenge behaviours that do not align with providing a safe and respectful workplace for all employees.

Our culture fosters connection, teamwork, and a sense of belonging, making Treasury a great place to work.

Demonstrating the Queensland public sector values

Our culture is built on our continued commitment to the Queensland public sector values.

White ribbon accreditation

Queensland Treasury is an accredited White Ribbon workplace. We are committed to eliminating domestic and family violence (DFV) in Queensland. It has no place in our homes, communities or workplaces.

White Ribbon Australia Workplace Accreditation is a sign of Treasury’s commitment to educate employees about respectful relationships and behaviours, promote gender equity, and support its employees.

We also continue to show leadership by delivering on the Queensland Government’s Domestic and Family Violence Prevention Strategy 2016–26 and associated action plans. In February 2021, Treasury’s Executive Leadership Team reaffirmed their commitment to eliminate DFV in Queensland and support employees affected by DFV –  Not now, not ever. Together.

Last updated: 28 March 2022