Corporate and International Tax Division serves the Australian people by assisting Treasury Ministers to improve the structure, integrity and competitiveness of Australia’s corporate and international tax system, to promote fiscal sustainability and increase productivity. To do this, we draw on economic, accounting and law frameworks and our close working relationships with stakeholders and the ATO. CITD plays an important role in influencing international tax policy development through engagement with international forums, most notably the OECD and G20. Staff have the opportunity to participate in prominent projects across CITD, as a part of various project teams, allowing for a wide variety of interesting work. CITD works flexibly across Sydney, Melbourne and Canberra, and we are looking for people with a range of backgrounds and skills including; economists, lawyers, accountants and generalists.
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