Principal Analyst, Superannuation


  • Be part of an organisation that protects the financial wellbeing of the Australian community
  • Opportunity for flexible working arrangements in a workplace that values diversity, inclusion and work/life balance
  • A career that makes a difference

APRA is seeking an experienced and enthusiastic Principal Analyst with a background in Superannuation to join our Superannuation Division. The Superannuation Division is responsible for the prudential supervision of functionally specialised institutions, including smaller urban and regional financial institutions as well as newly authorised GIs.

As a Principal Analyst, you will undertake prudential supervision and risk assessment assignments across a defined group of supervised organisations in order to achieve the government and APRA’s objective of providing a prudentially sound financial system. You will work within a small team with responsibility for supervision of a portfolio of organisations.

About the role

The responsibilities include:

  • monitoring the financial position and outlook of institutions;
  • assessing general as well as specific risks in financial institutions and their control systems, as well as those associated with newly authorised entities;
  • managing problem situations and at-risk institutions;
  • driving outcomes with regulated entities;
  • researching and developing strategies to manage emerging prudential risks;
  • engaging closely with supervised institutions to ensure that actions to protect policy holders are followed;
  • producing succinct, accurate and timely briefings and documents for executives and senior management;
  • demonstrating relationship management skills through meeting and managing external stakeholders; and
  • working collaboratively with multiple key stakeholders in the organisation

APRA offers unprecedented exposure to the Financial Services industry. You will work amongst a team of highly skilled professionals to positively influence industry best practice and the stability of the Australian financial system. Within this environment, you will have the opportunity to contribute your analytical expertise, as well as expanding your current skill set.

To be successful you will have a Superannuation, Risk Management and/or Actuarial background, strong financial analysis, investigative and research skills, the ability to liaise with stakeholders at all levels of business, and strong business acumen. You will have well-developed business writing skills, a keen eye for detail, and solid organisational and priority management skills. You will have a positive mindset and an energetic approach to problem solving with a willingness to offer new ideas and a fresh perspective. Project or case management experience will be highly regarded. Qualifications in a finance-related discipline and/or extensive industry experience are essential.


  • Be part of an organisation that protects the financial wellbeing of the Australian community
  • Opportunity for flexible working arrangements in a workplace that values diversity, inclusion and work/life balance
  • A career that makes a difference

APRA is seeking an experienced and enthusiastic Principal Analyst with a background in Superannuation to join our Superannuation Division. The Superannuation Division is responsible for the prudential supervision of functionally specialised institutions, including smaller urban and regional financial institutions as well as newly authorised GIs.

As a Principal Analyst, you will undertake prudential supervision and risk assessment assignments across a defined group of supervised organisations in order to achieve the government and APRA’s objective of providing a prudentially sound financial system. You will work within a small team with responsibility for supervision of a portfolio of organisations.

About the role

The responsibilities include:

  • monitoring the financial position and outlook of institutions;
  • assessing general as well as specific risks in financial institutions and their control systems, as well as those associated with newly authorised entities;
  • managing problem situations and at-risk institutions;
  • driving outcomes with regulated entities;
  • researching and developing strategies to manage emerging prudential risks;
  • engaging closely with supervised institutions to ensure that actions to protect policy holders are followed;
  • producing succinct, accurate and timely briefings and documents for executives and senior management;
  • demonstrating relationship management skills through meeting and managing external stakeholders; and
  • working collaboratively with multiple key stakeholders in the organisation

APRA offers unprecedented exposure to the Financial Services industry. You will work amongst a team of highly skilled professionals to positively influence industry best practice and the stability of the Australian financial system. Within this environment, you will have the opportunity to contribute your analytical expertise, as well as expanding your current skill set.

To be successful you will have a Superannuation, Risk Management and/or Actuarial background, strong financial analysis, investigative and research skills, the ability to liaise with stakeholders at all levels of business, and strong business acumen. You will have well-developed business writing skills, a keen eye for detail, and solid organisational and priority management skills. You will have a positive mindset and an energetic approach to problem solving with a willingness to offer new ideas and a fresh perspective. Project or case management experience will be highly regarded. Qualifications in a finance-related discipline and/or extensive industry experience are essential.

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