As a service provider and the lead for all of government technology innovation, the opportunities for women at NSWDFSI are limited only by the imagination.
NSWDFSI has set an ambitious, yet achievable, target of exceeding the NSW Premier’s priority of women occupying 50 per cent of senior leadership roles by 2025. Key to achieving this are programs like Future Female Leaders, established and run by DFSI employees such as Robyn Keegan, who is developing and implementing initiatives to increase the representation of women in senior leadership roles.
Laying the foundations for change at NSWDFSI
“We’re putting in place the foundations for us to exceed the Premier’s priority of increasing the proportion of women in public sector senior leadership roles. I support and implement initiatives that make this happen and I’m fortunate to work with a passionate and talented group of people. I feel empowered and encouraged to participate and collaborate in these initiatives that value-add to my day-to-day role," says Robyn Keegan, Manager, State Debt Recovery, Office of State Revenue and Chair of Future Female Leaders Program at NSWDFSI.
Find out what career opportunities are available, or to find out more about this progressive organisation and its work.
Find out more