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Northern Territory Treasury Corporation Annual report 2013-2014



Northern Territory Treasury Corporation Annual report 2013-2014


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Northern Territory Treasury Corporation20 Finance Officer in Training Graduate Development Program Throughout the year, graduates employed through the DTF Finance Officer in Training (FOIT) graduate development program (FOIT program) are provided with placement opportunities in NTTC. The FOITprogram consists of graduates engaged on a 12-month contract who undertake work experience in several work areas in DTF over the year. This is coupled with regular training through a comprehensive series of workshops and seminars outlining DTFs functions and government processes and structures. Training and Professional Memberships Employees undertake training and professional development aligned with organisational requirements that are generally identified through the EDF process. In addition to training, they are encouraged to undertake finance and accounting-related study through various professional bodies and institutions at the post-graduate level. Formal study is supported by DTFs Study Assistance program, which provides up to 2.5 hours paid study leave perweek and reimbursement of course costs upon successful completion (capped at $1500perunit). Employees are reimbursed half the cost of their annual professional membership fees where membership is relevant to their work role. Management and staff hold memberships with the following professional bodies: Australian Financial Markets Association; Certified Practising Accountants Australia; Australian Institute of Company Directors; Finance and Treasury Association; and Institute of Chartered Accountants of Australia and New Zealand. Equal Opportunity and Workplace Harassment NTTC is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to providing a workplace that is free from discrimination and harassment. All employees are required to take sessions on anti-discrimination, cross-cultural and harassment awareness to promote an understanding of such issues and inform staff of policies in place to address any incidents. In addition, DTF has formal and informal complaints processes as well as a grievance resolution procedure in place that staff can access. Employee Wellness NTTC employees have access to DTFs Employee Assistance Program (EAP). This program provides an important service to the agencys employees and forms part of our work health and safety commitments. NTTC recognises that staff may be affected by personal, family or work-related issues and EAP is one way that NTTC supports staff. The EAP offers up to five free confidential counselling sessions for employees and their family members with either of DTFs EAP providers. Also, flu vaccinations are available to NTTC employees on an annual basis. Employment Opportunities Information on employment opportunities within NTTC can be found on the Territory Governments website at www.nt.gov.au/jobs, DTFs website at www.treasurycareers.nt.gov.au, or by contacting: Mr Alex Pollon General Manager +61 8 8999 6318 Ms Vicky Coleman Manager Financial Administration +61 8 8999 5599 Mr Archellus Lim Acting Manager Financial Assets and Liabilities +61 8 8999 6767