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JOB TITLE:

Surveillance Investigators

JOB TYPE: Surveillance Investigator
LOCATION: Melbourne and regional Victoria, VIC
DATE:   21/12/2014
DESCRIPTION: Are you an Australian Security Academy graduate? Are you licensed to conduct investigations in Victoria? No experience necessary!! I have a Blue Chip client seeking new talent licensed surveillance investigators in Victoria to undertake observation investigations. Send your resume to Mike Evans michael@riskoz.com All resumes passed on to my clients straight away.
ADVERTISER: Australian Security Academy
SALARY: Not specified
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JOB TITLE:

Investigator

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: Darwin, NT
DATE:   21/12/2014
DESCRIPTION: Investigator - NT Office The Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) works in partnership with 14 National Boards to implement the national regulatory scheme for health professionals. The purpose of health practitioner regulation is to protect the public by ensuring that only health practitioners who have the skills, qualifications and knowledge to provide safe care are registered. The Job The Investigator is responsible for the management of notifications in the state and territory based offices that result in assessment and investigation. Key Result Areas The Investigator is required to: Investigations • Plan and conduct assessments and investigations into notifications concerning health professionals’ impairment, performance or conduct under the National Law • Obtain and analyse relevant information relating to the notification • Interview relevant parties and draft witness statements relevant to investigations • If required, conduct inspections including interviewing third parties and witnesses • Document evidence and prepare the report and recommendations in accordance with the National Law, incorporating findings for consideration by the relevant board or committee • Seek approval on reports and recommendations prior to submitting an agenda paper for the relevant board consideration • Advise the relevant health entities of the decision of the board • If required, liaise with and assist legal counsel in the preparation and conduct of matters to be dealt with by panels, tribunals and committees • As directed, negotiate undertakings and other actions to effectively and appropriately deal with notifications about health practitioners with them, their insurers and legal representatives • Prepare correspondence, to advise the notifier and registrant of board outcomes • Ensure the Pivotal database is updated constantly throughout the notifications’ process • Ensure compliance with AHPRA’s nationally agreed notification processes Administrative Support • Effectively maintain confidential records and filing systems • Contribute to the development, review and continuous improvement of procedures related to the management and reporting of notifications • Undertake other duties as directed by the Director Notifications Stakeholder Management • Develop and maintain a positive rapport and effective working relationships with internal and external stakeholders • Respond to stakeholder requests, collate and disseminate relevant information, resolve problems, escalate issues when required, and effectively prioritise responses to stakeholders
ADVERTISER: The Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA)
SALARY: $84,587 - $96,347 plus 9.5% super
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JOB TITLE:

Operations Manager

JOB TYPE: Factual Investigation Manager
LOCATION: Melbourne and regional Victoria, VIC
DATE:   21/12/2014
DESCRIPTION: About Us We are the leader in the insurance investigation field, providing reputable services to the insurance/legal industry for over 20 years. As the largest national investigation firm in Australia, we conduct investigations in every state and territory. This is a rare opportunity for an Investigations Professional to work with a highly regarded Risk Management firm. We require an Operations Manager to provide strategic investigation support and day to day oversight of business performance in providing investigation and risk management services to our client base. The Role The Key Responsibilities of the role include: Co-Ordination and Supervision of investigation performance Provide strategic direction to investigators on individual investigations Liaise with clients regarding investigation strategy and progress Investigation Report Preparation Client Relationship Management Supplier Relationship Management Deliver Training and Development Ensure Compliance and Quality Assurance with legislation and client Service Level Agreements Dispute resolution The Right Candidate The successful candidate will require prior investigative experience or investigations management experience, preferably within the Insurance and Personal Injury sector to perform this role. A demonstrated existing relationship network within the insurance and personal injury industry will be highly regarded. High level communication skills, both written and verbal are a must, as is a demonstrated ability to lead and influence. The successful candidate will need effective time management skills to manage competing priorities. An ability to deliver critical analysis and problem solving skills is essential and salary will be commensurate with skills and experience. Our office is located in the St Kilda Road, Melbourne precinct, close to public transport. The commencement date for this role is negotiable, but we anticipate this to be mid / late February 2015.
ADVERTISER: Verifact
SALARY: "salary will be commensurate with skills and experience."
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JOB TITLE:

Surveillance Investigators

JOB TYPE: Surveillance Investigator
LOCATION: Melbourne and regional Victoria, VIC
DATE:   21/12/2014
DESCRIPTION: Surveillance Investigators Probe Group Pty Ltd (Probe) is a national Mercantile Agency that has been operating for over 34 years. Probe is a preferred supplier to a wide range of high level clients ranging from government departments, financial institutions, utility companies, law firms, insurance companies and government departments. Probe's success has been built on a passionate commitment to customer service, ensuring it has the most highly qualified personnel and staff training regime. Due to recent growth, Probe's Investigation Division seeks to engage additional Vic Pol licenced and experienced investigators for Melbourne and regional Victoria. Your responsibilities will include: Gathering of evidentiary information by way of observation Conducting oneself ethically at all times within the relevant guidelines and legislation Ability to conduct research Recording of real time information Video and photographic corroborative evidence To be successful you must: Experience with matters related to insurance matters including Workers Compensation and Public liability claims Timeliness and concise reporting skills are essential as is an ethical approach to the investigation process. The focus of assignments concern eligibility and reviews of claimants in addition to preparatory work as a result of litigation Be computer literate For further information email mattt@theprobegroup.com.au
ADVERTISER: Probe Group
SALARY: Not specified
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JOB TITLE:

Principal Inspector (Industrial)

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: Nambour, QLD
DATE:   12/12/2014
DESCRIPTION: Regional WHSQ Compliance Services; Compliance and Business Engagement; Office of Fair and Safe Work Queensland; Maroochy (S) - Nambour We are seeking highly motivated, energetic and proactive people to work as part of our dynamic team. You will be assessed on the basis of relevant capability and capacity for the following: • Proven ability in providing technical leadership and advice, conducting complex investigations, analysing and evaluating control methods, and developing best practice approaches with reference to scientific, technical and legislative requirements for the reduction of workplace risks, with specialist knowledge of plant and industrial issues. • Demonstrated achievement in developing, managing and reviewing occupational health and safety related projects requiring significant planning, research, analysis, implementation and evaluation. • Highly effective verbal and written communication skills as demonstrated by positively influencing both individuals and larger client groups and by preparing substantial reports and briefs on complex technical matters. • Demonstrated achievement in improving efficiencies in a multi-disciplinary team through effective planning, allocation and monitoring of resources and by commitment to innovative group learning and mentoring strategies. • Sound knowledge of contemporary human resource management policies and practices at both the broad and specific level, with particular reference to performance planning and development, merit selection, employment equity, anti-discrimination and quality assurance. Applications to remain current for 12 months. Job details Job type Permanent Full-time Occupational group HR & Industrial Relations Classification AO6 Workplace Location Sunshine Coast Job ad reference QLD/154352/14 Closing date 12-Dec-2014 Fortnightly salary $3210.70 - $3435.10 Job duration Contact person Marc Dennett Contact details Ph: (07) 3874 7511
ADVERTISER: Justice and Attorney-General
SALARY: Yearly salary $83764 - $89619
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JOB TITLE:

Manager (Compliance)

JOB TYPE: Compliance
LOCATION: Rockhampton, QLD
DATE:   12/12/2014
DESCRIPTION: Manager (Compliance) Central; Customer Services; Customer Services, Safety & Regulation; Rockhampton In the role of Manager Compliance you will lead the Compliance product business. You will be required to develop strategic and operational plans, establish internal and external networks and demonstrate confident, competent leadership skills. This role requires regular liaison with executive level external and internal stakeholders and the ability to drive the continuing development of Compliance across the State. Accountabilities include: • Leading Compliance functions across the state and providing high level advice, expertise and knowledge to the Regional Director about Compliance and heavy vehicle related matters. • Leading and managing the delivery of Compliance services across diverse geographical areas. Develop, manage and maintain strong business relationships between industry, government agencies and internal/external stakeholders. • Leading the development of state-wide Compliance performance indicators and providing expert advice in developing and managing Customer Services Branch performance standards to meet departmental objectives; • Actively collaborating with other Compliance Managers located across the state to maintain state-wide consistency in the delivery of compliance products, services and procedures. Represent the Compliance product on relevant working groups and forums as required. Lead, shape, drive and implement a range of changes for Compliance within Customer Service Branch. • Leading change within a dynamic business environment influenced by legislation, constant policy and procedure reviews whilst developing innovative business solutions to product-specific transport issues. Leading newly introduced National Heavy Vehicle Regulatory changes across government and TMR, including but not limited to legislative, policy and operational implications across the product and the State. • Providing critical expert advice to the Regional Director and other senior leaders regarding Compliance at a regional, State and National level. Lead whole-of government and departmental Compliance changes across the state and regions to establish and maintain best practice benchmarks. • Effectively and efficiently managing the financial, human resource and other delegations associated with the role, including but not limited to financial forecasting, budget management and performance management of staff. • Conduct investigations of a complex and highly sensitive nature and report on and/or make recommendations to Senior Management regarding actions and outcomes. • Supporting the organisation to deliver on government priorities through a strong focus on performance and continuous improvement to services and outcomes. This role reports to the Regional Director. Applications to remain current for 12 months. Job details Job type Temporary Full-time Occupational group Management Classification AO8 Workplace Location Rockhampton region Job ad reference QLD/155029/14 Closing date 05-Jan-2015 Fortnightly salary $4181.90 - $4423.00 Job duration For three years Contact person Nick Marsden Contact details Ph: (07) 4931 1749
ADVERTISER: Transport and Main Roads
SALARY: Yearly salary $109102 - $115392
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JOB TITLE:

Senior Analyst, Security Operations and Risk

JOB TYPE: Risk Management
LOCATION: Sydney Region-Sydney - West , NSW
DATE:   12/12/2014
DESCRIPTION: Senior Analyst, Security Operations and Risk Clerk Grade 9/10 Department of Family & Community Services Corporate Services Friendly team Ongoing role The Department Family and Community Services (FACS) main focus is on supporting vulnerable families and keeping children and young people safe from abuse and neglect. We work closely with other government departments, non-government organisations (NGOs) and the community to achieve this. The role The role undertakes a range of activities to ensure compliance with Information Security strategy, policies and procedures for Corporate Services at FACS. This includes the forensic collection of evidence as part of security investigations, monitoring security threats and alerts and recommending and implementing actions to reduce or mitigate risks. The role reports into the General Manager, IT Operations. Your responsibilities include: Develop and refine standards for security operations including documents and procedures Work collaboratively with the FACS Information Security Manager to ensure that products and services comply with legislative requirements and privacy standards including ISO27001/2 Actively implement any systems changes required to maintain security from end to end Ensure that security records are accurate and complete Actively carries out audits, investigations, penetration tests and vulnerability scans Provide analysis and recommendations based on data outputs, logs, dumps and security scripts Identify and analyse ICT security issues incorporating best case practise and apply any new service implementations or process improvement where necessary Develop and maintain a Technology Operations Risk Management Plan (RMP) Lead consistent and regular risk management workshops across Technology Operations teams that include education of risk identification Some travel required to the Data Centre and/or Client Sites The technical skills / qualifications you require include: Degree in IT is highly regarded Demonstrated previous experience in a similar role is highly desirable Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), Certified Information Security Manager (CISM), Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) certification (or other information security credentials) are highly regarded Demonstrated knowledge of Australian and global standards / frameworks such as ISO 27001/2 Experience working within an ITILv3 Service Delivery framework is an advantage Valid NSW Driver’s License (for travel to Data Centre and/or Client Sites) The capabilities / behaviours you require include: Be flexible, show initiative and respond quickly when situations change Be positive, solutions orientated and pragmatic in your approach The ability to work independently and in a team environment Be confident influencing stakeholders at all levels Be a champion for security risk mitigation Be confident and accountable for your decisions Have the ability to process improve whilst complying with public service standards Job notes Please provide a covering letter, including short responses to the two (2) targeted questions below (maximum of two (2) pages), as well as a copy of your resume which clearly details your skills and experience as relevant to this role. Targeted Questions: 1. Describe a time when you applied the ISO 27001 standards to end to end security operations? What process did you follow? What was the outcome? 2. Tell us about a time when you had to conduct an investigation with a stakeholder regarding a security breach? What process did you follow? What was the outcome? Part of the assessment process may include additional online capability testing, skills testing or work samples in accordance with the new Government Sector Employment Act 2013, therefore you may be contacted to participate. Closing date: 19 December 2014 at 11:59pm. Please note, with the Christmas period, if shortlisted, interviews will take place mid January 2015.
ADVERTISER: Family and Community Services (FACS)
SALARY: $97,883 plus superannuation and annual leave loading
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JOB TITLE:

Manager, Safety & Security

JOB TYPE: Compliance
LOCATION: Sydney , NSW
DATE:   12/12/2014
DESCRIPTION: Manager, Safety & Security Safety and security focus Sydney Showground at Sydney Olympic Park Exciting venue and event based opportunity The Royal Agricultural Society of NSW (RAS) is one of the largest venue and event management organisations in Australia. The Sydney Showground site is operated by the RAS with such iconic events as the Sydney Royal Easter Show (SRES) and V8 Supercars along with other major events and exhibitions staged annually. Sydney Showground is also the home to the Greater Western Sydney Giants AFL team. We are currently looking for a hands-on Safety & Security Manager to join the Venue Operations team at Sydney Showground. In this role, you will be responsible for managing the security and safety governance and compliance at the RAS and ensure that relevant legislative requirements and industry best practice is applied. This role will also see you involved in incident investigation, work health and safety and the overall management of our onsite security partners. This role has responsibility for engaging and mentoring RAS staff, visitors and contractors in order to have all parties embrace our safety culture. Being in the event and venue industry means that weekend and evening work is a part of the deal. The Safety Manager will be required to be onsite during peak operational periods to assist all event partners achieve outstanding levels of workplace safety as well as the required levels of venue and event security. This job is a fantastic opportunity for an experienced Safety Manager to step up into an operational role at a large multi-function venue. An experienced safety and security leader will put their own stamp on the operation and contribute significantly to the ongoing success of the RAS and Sydney Showground. To be successful in this role, you will have: risk and/or safety qualification at a tertiary level security qualification at a tertiary level security license - class 1 Senior First Aid certificate motor vehicle license minimum 3 years industry experience in a similar role major event experience in a similar operational environment - preferred Closing Date: 5pm Friday, 9 January 2015
ADVERTISER: RASNSW
SALARY: Not specified
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JOB TITLE:

Investigations Officer (COF)

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: Mid North Coast , NSW
DATE:   12/12/2014
DESCRIPTION: Position Title Investigations Officer (COF) Employment Status Permanent Full Time Entity Mid North Coast Local Health District Geographical Location Site Negotiable Advertised Award/Classification Health Managers/Health Mgr Lvl 3 Number of FTE 1.00 Purpose of Position Provide timely, authoritative professional advice and assistance to all staff in accordance with Ministry of Health and Local Health District policies and procedures in relation to the conduct of investigations into staff grievances. Assist in the coordination, planning, development and implementation of plans and policies as they relate to areas of responsibility. Complete investigations as the primary investigator for those incidents that are of a significant nature that may lead to the staff member being dismissed from the Mid North Coast Local Health District. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders are encouraged to apply. Additional candidate information can also be located under our organisational profile attached to this advertisement. This information includes the new Working with Children Checks (WWCC) procedures. Selection Criteria Relevant tertiary qualifications in Human Resources Management, Employee Relations, Business, other relevant field and/or professional experience in human resources management in a large diverse service industry organisation. Demonstrated excellence in communication, interpersonal, negotiation, interviewing and problem solving skills. Knowledge and understanding in organisational behaviour, change management and cultural change. Superior written skills and ability to write comprehensive and complex briefs and reports. High level negotiation and conflict resolution and problem solving skills. Advanced analytical skills demonstrated through the completion of complex workplace investigations. Superior time management and organisational skills. Current Drivers Licence Contact Person Danny Cameron Contact Number 0266567039 Closing Date 05/01/2015
ADVERTISER: Mid North Coast Local Health District
SALARY: Salary $100,526.00 - $114,600.00
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JOB TITLE:

Support Officer, Intellgence & Investigations

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: Brisbane, QLD
DATE:   12/12/2014
DESCRIPTION: Support Officer, Intellgence & Investigations Justice and Attorney-General (Organisation site) Intelligence and Investigations, Specialist Operations, Queensland Corrective Services, Woolloongabba The Department of Justice and Attorney-General contributes to a fair and just society and safe, healthy and productive workplaces and community. Queensland Corrective Services (QCS) in partnership with other key criminal justice agencies is committed to the critical role of “community safety and crime prevention through the humane containment, supervision and rehabilitation of offenders”. This commitment is supported by Statewide Operations and Specialist Operations directorates use of intelligence personnel within central office, correctional facilities and probation and parole offices. KEY TASKS Provide administration support Arrange meetings, conferences, appointments and travel General administrative tasks ARE YOU THE RIGHT PERSON FOR THE JOB? Mandatory Qualifications – There are no mandatory qualifications required for this position Mandatory Requirements – Whilst there are no mandatory requirements for this position, successful completion or the willingness to complete initial intelligence training (ATP005) would be highly desirable. Applications to remain current for 12 months. Job details Job type Permanent Full-time Occupational group Administration Classification AO3 Workplace Location Brisbane - South Job ad reference QLD/155116/14 Closing date 23-Dec-2014 Yearly salary $54450 - $60717 Fortnightly salary $2087.10 - $2327.30 Job duration Contact person Bruce Welk Contact details 07 3238 3866
ADVERTISER: Qld JAG
SALARY: Yearly salary $54450 - $60717
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JOB TITLE:

Senior Investigations and compliance officer

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: Sydney , NSW
DATE:   12/12/2014
DESCRIPTION: The Australian Communications and Media Authority’s Content Consumer and Citizen Division manages matters relating to broadcasting standards and licensing, media ownership and control, consumer codes, content investigations and telecommunication issues including anti-spam, e-security and the Do Not Call Register. The Diversity, Localism and Accessibility Section in the Broadcasting Safeguards Branch was created following a recent organisation restructure. This newly created position is in a dynamic team responsible for compliance monitoring, investigations and enforcement activities across a range of significant public interest areas: media ownership and control; regional local content; and captioning. We are seeking someone with extensive experience in interpreting and applying relevant legislation/regulatory frameworks to highly complex and specialised matters to join our team. Tertiary qualifications in law, and experience in financial services or corporations regulation, are highly desirable. Interviews for this position will be held in the week starting the 12th of January 2015. The ACMA The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) is a statutory authority within the Australian government portfolio of Communications. The ACMA is Australia's regulator for broadcasting, the internet, radiocommunications and telecommunications. It has three principal offices (Canberra, Sydney and Melbourne) and two smaller offices (Parramatta and Brisbane). The ACMA is divided into four broad areas, each led by a General Manager. The areas are further divided into branches and sections with specific business functions. Position context The Content Consumer and Citizen Division manages matters relating to broadcasting standards and licensing, media ownership and control, consumer codes, content investigations and telecommunication issues including anti-spam, e-security and the Do Not Call Register. The Diversity, Localism and Accessibility Section in the Broadcasting Safeguards Branch was created following a recent organisation restructure. This newly created position is in a dynamic team responsible for compliance monitoring, investigations and enforcement activities across a range of significant public interest areas: media ownership and control; regional local content; and captioning. We are seeking someone with extensive experience in interpreting and applying relevant legislation/regulatory frameworks to highly complex and specialised matters to join our team. Tertiary qualifications in law, and experience in financial services or corporations regulation, are highly desirable
ADVERTISER: AMCA
SALARY: EL 1 - up to $105,318 plus 15.4% super
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JOB TITLE:

Senior Investigator / Investigator

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: Canberra, ACT
DATE:   12/12/2014
DESCRIPTION: Senior Investigator - Employee Relations | Full-time Permanent ACT Government - Canberra ACT View original job posting » Classification: Senior Officer Grade C Salary: $93,254 - $100,382 Position No: 08524 Directorate: Chief Minister, Treasury and Economic Development Advertised: 10 December 2014 Closes: 17 December 2014 Contact: Donna Storen on donna.storen@act.gov.au or (02) 6205 3397 Details: The successful applicant will be required to undertake sensitive and complex administrative/workplace investigations in accordance with relevant administrative law principles, legislative employment and industrial frameworks. Applicants must have highly developed analytical and research skills, attention to detail, and the capacity to apply these skills in the investigative context. The role requires exceptional written and oral communication skills, proven ability to prepare logical, well written and thorough statements and reports and the ability to work as part of a small team under limited supervision, displaying excellent judgement, decision making and problem solving skills. Senior Investigators may be responsible for supervision of one or more investigators and will be required to partner, train and monitor new and/or junior investigators. Eligibility/Other Requirements: Relevant qualification such as Certificate IV in Government Investigations are highly desirable but not essential. A criminal history record check will be conducted prior to employment. Education and professional qualification checks may be undertaken prior to employment alongside referee checks.
ADVERTISER: Treasury and Economic Development
SALARY: Salary: $93,254 - $100,382
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JOB TITLE:

Investigations Officer - Level 2

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: Brisbane
DATE:   12/12/2014
DESCRIPTION: Investigations Officer - Level 2 Queensland Treasury and Trade (Organisation site) Specialist Services; Payroll Tax; Office of State Revenue; Brisbane Your challenge As an Investigations Officer (Level 2), you will conduct audits and investigations to ensure compliance with State revenue laws. You will also be involved in identifying risks to revenue and making recommendations for the treatment of that risk. You will be expected to maintain a professional work ethic and use effective influential communication skills that reflect the vision and mission of our organisation. This position reports directly to a Senior Investigations Officer (Level 2). You will be required to work directly with clients and other stakeholders. Your key responsibilities The responsibilities and duties of the role include the following: - Conduct audits and investigations to ensure compliance with State revenue laws administered by OSR. - Assist senior investigations officers and principal investigators conduct large and/or complex audits and investigations. - Analyse and interpret large volumes of information, particularly accounting information and financial records. - Interpret and apply State revenue laws administered by OSR and associated public rulings. - Research and analyse legal issues and make sound recommendations - Ensure compliance with recordkeeping and quality assurance standards, including keeping timely, accurate and complete records. - Manage client relationships, using effective relationship management skills and adhering to the Compliance Model, Client Charter and communication standards. Applications to remain current for 12 months.
ADVERTISER: Treasury and Finance
SALARY: $64383 - $70795
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JOB TITLE:

ELECTRONIC EVIDENCE SPECIALIST (RE-ADVERTISED POSITION)

JOB TYPE: Computer Nerd
LOCATION: Sydney , NSW
DATE:   12/12/2014
DESCRIPTION: The Independent Commission Against Corruption is looking for a highly experienced, efficient and motivated person to join our Investigation Division to assist the ICAC to undertake its purpose to expose and minimise corruption in the NSW public sector. The position of Electronic Evidence Specialist is a permanent full-time position located in the Sydney CBD. This is a re-advertised position and previous applicants will not need to re-apply. All applications previously received will be carried forward to the current recruitment campaign. Potential applicants please note there has been some amendment to the position description previously advertised. Total remuneration package valued up to $140,919 pa (Salary $114,344 - $127,126 pa), incorporating employer's contribution to superannuation and annual leave loading. The primary purpose of the position is to contribute to ICAC investigations by: Providing electronic evidence specialist advice and computer forensic expertise to support the investigations of the ICAC. Identifying, collecting and analysing electronic evidence using a range of software tools across a variety of operating systems and platforms with an emphasis on digital/electronic computer forensic audit. Ensuring the preservation and integrity of electronic evidence gathered during investigations and its presentation in the appropriate evidentiary form for ICAC investigations and criminal prosecutions. Coordinating and mentoring other members of the ICAC who are trained or are undergoing training in electronic evidence retrieval, analysis and presentation. Undertaking research and development into new and developing hardware and software that may be utilised to enhance the computer forensics and electronic evidence capability of the Commission. Providing proactive assistance guidance and training to investigators on the acquisition, analysis, storage, use and presentation of electronic evidence. It is essential that the successful applicant meets the following selection criteria listed below and each criterion must be individually addressed in your application. The position requires contemporary and extensive knowledge, skills and experience of electronic/digital evidence and intelligence identification, retrieval, analysis and presentation including: Tertiary qualifications in a relevant discipline are highly desirable; such as Computer Science, Information Technology or Engineering (majoring in information systems, software technology or computer engineering). Appropriate industry certifications are also highly desirable. Demonstrable experience in the process of electronic/digital evidence identification, acquisition, preservation, analysis and presentation in an investigative/courtroom environment. Advanced technical experience in computing systems and associated infrastructure, computer security systems, mobile and fixed communications technology and data storage devices. This experience should include a current and advanced knowledge of forensics tools. Conceptual and analytical thinking, problem solving and decision-making in a digital/electronic environment including the ability to adapt to changing technology. Management processes, including supervising and mentoring staff during forensic phases of an investigation, prioritising work, high level oral and written communication, and negotiation skills. This includes providing a comprehensive pro-active level of customer service within a multi skilled, complex and regulatory team environment; including the provision of training on recognised forensics analysis tools, and a demonstrable ability to articulate technical evidence to a non-technical audience. Sound understanding and application of policies and standards on internal control, integrity, ethics and probity applicable to the public sector. Applicants must obtain an information package and, in your job application, address all selection criterion as contained in the advertisement. In addition, your application will need to include a covering letter and your resume. More detailed information on this can be found on the Commission's website under "Employment Opportunities" at http://www.icac.nsw.gov.au. The succesful applicant will undergo a stringent probity assessment. More detailed information on this is also available on the Commission's website under "Employment Opportunities". For a hard copy of the information package contact Ms Susan Hay on (02) 8281 5850 or by e-mail shay@icac.nsw.gov.au. If you have any further queries after reading the information package please contact Mr John Hoitink, Chief Investigator STU on (02) 8281 5873 or by e-mail jhoitink@icac.nsw.gov.au. TTY facilities are available for people who are speech or hearing impaired. If applicants require this service please call on TTY (02) 8281 5773. If you feel that you have the necessary experience and background to make a valued contribution to the ICAC's operations then we welcome an application from you. The Commission is an EEO Employer. Closing date for applications: Monday 5 January 2015 .
ADVERTISER: ICAC
SALARY: Total remuneration package valued up to $140,919 pa (Salary $114,344 - $127,126 pa),
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JOB TITLE:

Factual Investigators

JOB TYPE: Factual Investigator
LOCATION: Perth, WA
DATE:   09/12/2014
DESCRIPTION: Insight Intelligence is an Australian business with our Head Office based in Sydney. We are an Investigation Company looking for several highly experienced, reliable, professional, factual investigators with experience in all forms of investigations and specialising in Workers Compensation, Public Liability and CTP claims to join our team. We require applicants to hold a Drivers Licence, necessary tertiary qualifications and licences, have a strong work ethic, excellent negotiation skills, adhere to deadlines, and have excellent verbal and written communication skills. Please forward your resume to info@insightintelligence.com.au and address the criteria in your cover letter.
ADVERTISER: Insight intelligence - An Academy recommended employer.
SALARY: "Above industry rates"
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JOB TITLE:

Investigator / Senior Investigator

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: Australia wide various capitals, Australia Wide
DATE:   06/12/2014
DESCRIPTION: Human Services Vacancy N.N. 10635152 Department of Human Services Closing date: Friday, 9 January 2015 On 31 October 2013, the Minister Assisting the Prime Minister for the Public Service, Senator the Hon. Eric Abetz, announced interim recruiting arrangements for the Australian Public Service. As a result of these arrangements only current ongoing APS employees are eligible to apply for this vacancy. Further information regarding the interim arrangements is available here: http://www.apsc.gov.au/home/current-priorities/interim-arrangements. Job Title: Investigator / Senior Investigator Division: Health, Compliance and Information Branch: Various Job Type: Ongoing, Full-time Salary: $69,699 - $89,217 Location: Melbourne - VIC; Sydney - NSW; Newcastle - NSW; Brisbane - QLD; Townsville - QLD Classification: APS Level 5, APS Level 6 Agency Employment Act: PS Act 1999 Position No: Multiple Positions Job Description Duties Programme Support and Corporate roles are responsible for the delivery of quality financial, property, data, administrative, project, programme, policy and corporate support services across a diverse range of business areas including service delivery, project and programme management and enabling services. The multiple functions allow the department to manage its day-to-day business. These functions include communicating to customers, effectively managing relationships with policy and project stakeholders, legal advice, strategic advice, parliamentary support, corporate training, human resource advice, and building maintenance. Duties Investigators assess, control and monitor risks associated with fraud, corruption and the use of departmental information as part of the department’s fraud control strategy. The investigations they undertake underpin the departmental response to allegations of customer fraud, internal fraud, unauthorised access and misconduct by staff. The Senior Investigator is responsible for identifying and managing complex and sensitive cases of fraud, unauthorised access, misconduct and criminal offences committed against the department, in accordance with the Australian Government Investigation Standards. The following skills, knowledge, experience and qualifications will be highly advantageous: • A Certificate IV in Government (Investigations) or ability to obtain within 12 months of commencement • Drivers licence Details regarding this job role are available in the individual job packs located on the department’s Internet site www.humanservices.gov.au/joinus. Applicants will be assessed against job criteria, and offers of employment will be made based on an applicant’s demonstrated skills, work experience, personal attributes, and relevant qualifications. About the Department of Human Services The Department of Human Services delivers social, health and other services to individuals, families, communities, businesses and healthcare providers. We deliver Centrelink, Medicare, and Child Support payments and services, as well as CRS Australia and Australian Hearing services. We offer you: • the opportunity to work as part of a team that has a crucial role in influencing the strategic focus and coordination of service delivery for Australians • flexible and innovative work practices that aim for a balance between work and family life • a workplace committed to diversity Eligibility Eligibility for these employment opportunities is restricted to current ongoing employees in the Australian Public Service. Security Clearance The successful candidate will be required to currently hold or be able to obtain a Negative Vetting level 1 security clearance. Working with Vulnerable People/Children Dependent on the location of the position, a Working with Vulnerable People/Children Check will be required in the applicable state/territory. Notes **Please note that this opportunity is only available to current Australian Public Service employees.** RecruitAbility applies to this vacancy. Under the RecruitAbility scheme you will be invited to participate in further assessment activity for the vacancy if you choose to apply under the scheme; declare you have a disability; and meet the minimum requirements for the position. For more information see: http://www.apsc.gov.au/disability/recruitability. About Department of Human Services On 1 July 2011 the Human Services portfolio, which included Centrelink, Medicare Australia, the Department of Human Services, the Child Support Agency and CRS Australia, became a single integrated department, the Department of Human Services. Our new Collective Agreement was approved on 27 December 2011. To Apply Selection Documentation: www.humanservices.gov.au/joinus Apply Address: For more information on this job, including specific locations and contact details, visit the Department of Human Services website www.humanservices.gov.au/joinus.
ADVERTISER: DHS Victoria
SALARY: $69,699 - $89,217
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JOB TITLE:

4x VPSG 4 ongoing positions

JOB TYPE: Computer Nerd
LOCATION: Melbourne, VIC
DATE:   06/12/2014
DESCRIPTION: Digital Forensic Analysts Digital Forensic Analyst 4x VPSG 4 ongoing positions $71,511 - $81,137+ 9.5% superannuation and leave loading Excellent career opportunity in an ever expanding area of policing Significant training provided The role of Crime Command is to conduct high level specialist investigations to detect, disrupt and prevent serious and organised crime. Working within the E-Crime Division, you will conduct research and analyse on a wide range of specialist investigations. Your analytical, technical, and interpersonal skills will be the key to your success. This position reports to the Supervising Digital Forensic Analyst at the E-Crime Squad. Our ideal candidate will demonstrate the following: Provide specialist assistance to investigators in the search, seizure and preservation of digital evidence. Analyse sophisticated, diverse or damaged digital equipment, storage media and electronic devices in order to identify and secure digital evidence in compliance with digital forensic ‘best practice’ and ISO/IEC Standard 17025. Reconstruct normally non accessible or damaged digital evidence. Record seized evidence in a format that is conducive for analysis. Present and display accurate evidence in courts. Advise and assist key stakeholders in operational, technical, evidentiary and analytical digital evidence. Research and assist in the development of computer crime related investigative tools and methodologies. Remain conversant with current international criminal, technological, legal and operational trends in computer related crime, including the compliance with digital forensic ‘best practice’ and ISO/IEC Standard 17025. Establish and maintain liaison with business, the computer industry, academia and other computer forensic units to assist with Computer Based Evidence operations. Provide clear and concise advice to supervisors on investigations and other matters affecting the area. Requirements and relevant information: Relevant tertiary studies at Certificate, Diploma or Degree Level Industry certification(s) in computers or electronics Industrial accreditation in computers, networks and operating systems Specialisation in forensic computing Within three months of appointment the successful candidate must be willing to undergo and successfully attain a Security Clearance to the level of Negative Vetting Level 2. To obtain this clearance applicants must hold Australian Citizenship Your usual place of will be at the E-Crime Squad, Crime Command located at 452 Flinders Street Melbourne, however you may be required to work at the following places: Crime Command Headquarters, 412 St Kilda Road Melbourne and City West Complex, 313 Spencer Street Melbourne.. To apply, please click on the ‘Apply Now’ button and follow the instructions Applicants MUST address the full key selection criteria in their application which is accessible via the position description attached. We encourage you to contact Tim Hewitt on 03 9611 8849 prior to applying for the position advertised or for any additional information. Closing date for applications midnight, 19th December 2014
ADVERTISER: Victoria Police
SALARY: $71,511 - $81,137+ 9.5% superannuation and leave loading
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JOB TITLE:

Can you go the distance? Do you measure up? Can you weigh in?

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: Lindfield, NSW
DATE:   04/12/2014
DESCRIPTION: Industry Vacancy N.N. 10635212 Closing date: Thursday, 18 December 2014 ♣On 31 October 2013, the Minister Assisting the Prime Minister for the Public Service, Senator the Hon. Eric Abetz, announced interim recruiting arrangements for the Australian Public Service. As a result of these arrangements only current ongoing APS employees are eligible to apply for this vacancy. Further information regarding the interim arrangements is available here: http://www.apsc.gov.au/home/current-priorities/interim-arrangements. Job Title: Compliance and Enforcement Officer Division: National Measurement Institute Branch: Governance and Business Performance Section: Compliance and Enforcement Job Type: Ongoing, Full-time Salary: $67,797 - $72,030 Location: Lindfield - NSW Classification: APS Level 5 Agency Employment Act: PS Act 1999 Position No: 0134TF Agency Website: http://www.industry.gov.au Job Description Duties The key role is the management and processing of enforcement action recommendations through the Compliance and Enforcement Review Panel. In addition to this, the position provides quality assurance on a national basis for any formal compliance or enforcement communications. The occupant is also expected to recommend and develop a range of procedures, guidelines and instructions relating to compliance and enforcement or other trade measurement related activities. To be successful, you will possess an understanding of regulatory work or compliance and enforcement in the context of the Commonwealth. A demonstrated understanding of the Australian legal framework is highly desirable. The primary focus of the Compliance and Enforcement Officer is providing a coordination role between the Governance and Business Performance section and Trade Measurement Services, to ensure that serious breaches of the trade measurement provisions of the National Measurement Act 1960 are addressed by proportional enforcement actions in a timely manner. Notes APSC Reference number RR90794/1127 **Please note that this opportunity is only available to current Australian Public Service employees.** To Apply Position Contact: Trevor Byrne, (02) 8467 3818 Agency Recruitment Site:
ADVERTISER: National Measurement Institute
SALARY: $67,797 - $72,030
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JOB TITLE:

audit and investigator

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: Sunshine Coast, QLD
DATE:   04/12/2014
DESCRIPTION: Unitywater manages an asset base worth approximately $3 billion to provide the water supply and sewerage services for the local authority areas of Moreton Bay, Sunshine Coast and Noosa. Serving over 280,000 customers with more than 800 staff, Unitywater is focused on establishing itself as a high-performance industry-leading organisation. You will become part of Queensland's growing water industry and will play an important role in forging Unitywater's reputation as an industry leader. Your Role –The SHEQ Audit and Investigator is responsible for completing the audit and investigations functions within the SHEQ model ensuring that they embody risk management principles as well as audit and investigation best practice. Your key accountabilities are: Implement and monitor the requirements of the SHEQ internal audit function including the interpretation of, and compliance with, appropriate standards and regulations Complete SHEQ Investigations and publish reports and investigative findings, including recommendations on corrective and preventive measures to be adopted, within defined timelines Develop and maintain schedules for audits undertaken within the organisation Undertake audits, and oversee audits by others on behalf of Unitywater, including SHEQ management systems, verifying compliance to the relevant internal processes, standards and legislation Key factors to your success include: Lead Auditor qualifications in SHEQ Management Systems 5 years demonstrated experience in a similar position For further information on the position and how to apply, visit the Careers page atwww.unitywater.com. Vacancy reference: 2014-SHEQ 3. Applications close midday on Friday 12 December 2014. recruitment@unitywater.com
ADVERTISER: Unity Water
SALARY: A competitive salary package and employee benefits will be offered to the successful applicant."
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JOB TITLE:

Australian Defence Force Investigators - Expression of Interest

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: Perth, Hobart, Adelaide, Brisbane, Sydney & Melbourne, Australia Wide
DATE:   04/12/2014
DESCRIPTION: Naval Police Coxswains are part of the Australian Defence Force Investigative Service (ADFIS), a team that is responsible for investigating Service offences in the ADF. As an Investigator, you’ll conduct investigations, interviews and collect evidence in challenging environments, including at sea and in overseas operations. The primary roles of an ADF Investigator are: Incident Scene Examiner (Forensics) Sudden Death Investigator Service Police Intelligence Operator Digital Forensic Examiner Fraud Investigator Sexual offence Examiner Surveillance Practitioner Drug Offence Investigator Disaster Victim Identification Examiner You’ll become part of the close-knit ADFIS team that prides itself on strong communication, building good working relationships and developing its members. You will be enlisted with rank and will be on the job in a matter of weeks. Pay and Benefits You will be paid while you undertake your training, receive free healthcare and dental care and may be entitled to subsidised accommodation. You’ll enjoy a salary package in the range of $75,000 to $83,000 p.a. + 18% superannuation. Education Requirements The complexity of roles undertaken by an ADF Investigator requires candidates of the highest calibre. All candidates must the have the following qualifications and experience on entry: Current serving (or within two years of) member of a Federal or State Police Agency. Advanced Diploma of Public Safety (Police Investigations) with two years of relevant experience within the last five years. Successful candidates will be enlisted into the Navy Reserve, and offered a fixed term of 3 – 5 years full-time employment.
ADVERTISER: ADF
SALARY: $75,000 to $83,000 p.a. + 18% superannuation.
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JOB TITLE:

OPERATIONS MANAGER - INVESTIGATIONS

JOB TYPE: Manager
LOCATION: St George, NSW
DATE:   03/12/2014
DESCRIPTION: Operations Manager required by a successful fraud risk management firm to provide strategic investigation support and day to day oversight of business performance in providing investigation and risk management services to our client base. Key Responsibilities of the role include: · Co-Ordination and Supervision of investigation performance o Provide strategic direction to investigators on individual investigations o Liaise with clients regarding investigation strategy and progress o Investigation Report Preparation · Client Relationship Management · Supplier Relationship Management · Deliver Training and Development · Ensure Compliance and Quality Assurance with legislation and client Service Level Agreements · Dispute resolution · Human resource management. The role reports directly to the Firm Principal. The Right Candidate The successful candidate will need: · Prior investigative or investigations management experience, preferably within the financial services sector. · High level communication skills, both written and verbal · Demonstrated ability to lead and influence people. · Effective time management skills · Critical analysis and problem solving skills · A CAPI licence is not essential, but would be a bonus. Salary will be commensurate with the skills and experience of the right candidate. Our offices are located in the St George area, NSW, close to public transport. The role is to start in mid February 2015. Please forward a copy of your resume and a cover letter to recruitment@nkg.com.au.
ADVERTISER: NKG
SALARY: "Salary will be commensurate with the skills and experience of the right candidate."
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JOB TITLE:

Investigations Officers

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: Sydney
DATE:   02/12/2014
DESCRIPTION: Credit Corp, Australia's leading receivables management company, is currently searching for people with 'street smarts' to join their Sydney Collections team, no previous collections experience is necessary. Our staff enjoy the highest standard of support and training in the industry, our targets are achievable and the bonuses are lucrative, come and try us! In this important Call-Centre role, you will be responsible for managing your own portfolio of customers. You will learn two key skills: Skiptracing - much like private detective work you will be researching the whereabouts of clients using multiple industry tools, databases and contacts, conducting outbound calls to follow up on clues and track your customers down. And Collections Negotiation - using your persuasive communication skills you will negotiate payment from the customer. Your ability to be assertive whilst at the same time building rapport with customers will be one of the keys to unlocking success in this role. Key features: • Comprehensive training provided with our Award Winning program - 3 week course • $48,070-$51,347 package + Uncapped bonuses (comprised of $44-47K base and Superannuation + Uncapped bonuses) • Permanent full time role, shift: Monday-Friday, 8:30am – 5pm (NO LATE NIGHTS! NO WEEKENDS!) • Earn your Certificates III and IV in Financial Services at our expense, the cost of these qualifications are covered by Credit Corp • Excellent long term career progression opportunities, Credit Corp sites include NSW, QLD Australia, the USA and the Philippines • Staff perks: comprehensive staff care program, fresh fruit delivered weekly and catered staff parties every month • Convenient Sydney CBD location (walking distance from Wynyard and Martin Place train stations) • Start date: Monday 12 January 2015 (enjoy the Xmas/NYear break and start your new job in the new year!) What you need to succeed: • Experience working to any kind of deadlines or sales targets or KPIs in a previous role • Clear, confident communication skills with an ability to persuade and influence other people • A persistent attitude towards uncovering hidden details, problem solving skills and a love of snooping! • A passion for earning great bonuses – money hungry people welcome You do NOT need to have call centre or collections experience to apply. You DO need experience dealing with customers and solving problems. If you’ve been searching for an opportunity with a well-known & highly successful brand, with fantastic career options, then apply today. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. This is a Permanent full time role, so only candidates with full Work-Rights will be considered (no working holiday visas). For further enquiries please call the Recruitment Team on 02 9347 3424.
ADVERTISER: Credit corp
SALARY: • $48,070-$51,347 package + Uncapped bonuses
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JOB TITLE:

Surveillance Investigator

JOB TYPE: Surveillance Investigator
LOCATION: Melbourne
DATE:   02/12/2014
DESCRIPTION: We are a leading private investigation company situated in Melbourne CBD. We operate throughout Victoria and interstate. Key Responsibilities: . Operate efficiently whilst undertaking covert surveillance . To provide prompt reports & video footage within a specified time frame . Ability to work as part of a team . Willingness to accept instructions at short notice . Willingness to be away from home for extended periods Skills & Experience: . Hold a full Driver's Licence (essential) . Hold a Victoria Private Security Licence -Investigator (essential) . Own a suitable, roadworthy motor vehicle . Own suitable video equipment, covert camera(s) & laptop computer . Ability to efficiently operate video recording equipment . Have a good knowledge of the Melbourne & metropolitan areas . Have a high level of attention to detail . Have strong report writing skills . Be an excellent communicator . Have the ability to work odd hours & weekends . Possess an enthusiastic attitude . Must have a solid grounding in WorkCover & personal injury investigations If you feel you have what it takes to join this friendly and hard working team, then call 03 9614-4515 to arrange an interview or forward your CV to annexis@annexis.com.au .
ADVERTISER: Annex
SALARY: Not specified
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JOB TITLE:

Senior Loss Adjuster

JOB TYPE: Loss Adjuster
LOCATION: Brisbane, QLD
DATE:   30/11/2014
DESCRIPTION: Senior Loss Adjuster - Brisbane - Up to $150k package - Company Car + Benefits This is an excellent opportunity for a Senior Loss Adjuster to join a large well established international firm who have gone from strength to strength and are looking to continue this positive company growth. The company are looking for the right cultural fit, if you are willing to work hard and provide an excellent level of service to your clients this role is for you. You will be provided the opportunity to develop your skills further and develop your career alongside an excellent work life balance. As part of this role you will; Work on your own initiative and have good time management skills Be provided flexible working times Manage your time between home, clients and the office Work with a range of clients across a variety of sectors Have exposure to SME's and large corporate accounts Be able to produce reports to a high standard Have excellent communication and organizational skills You must have; A relevant qualification 5 – 8+ Year's experience Excellent written and communication skills The ability to manage your own time and work efficiently Current driver's license Salaries are dependent on experience but the package could be around $150k. Base will be around $90k - $110k + Super. You will also get a Company Car, Fuel Card, Expenses, Iphone, Laptop and up to $20,000 per year in potential bonuses. Salaries outside this range are also available for those with more or outstanding experience. Send your resumes to David Berritta at david@bentleyrecruitment.com.au or go onto our website at www.bentleyrecruitment.com.au for more opportunities. If you would like to discuss this or other opportunities please call me on 07 3229 8020.
ADVERTISER: Bentley
SALARY: Upto $150k package -
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JOB TITLE:

Loss Adjuster - Insurance Assessor

JOB TYPE: Loss Adjuster
LOCATION: Brisbane, QLD
DATE:   30/11/2014
DESCRIPTION: Australian Insurance Repairs is a building insurance repair company that looks after claims when disaster strikes from storms, fire, flood or just day to day accidents. We are looking for an experienced Loss Adjuster – Insurance Assessor competent in all areas. You will be responsible for: Conducting onsite assessments to achieve comprehensive report on loss and causation. Determining policy liability and proving recommendations to clients. Ensuring your assessment reports are comprehensive, accurate and meet the company and clients requirements. Taking accurate and relevant photos and video footage on site. Creating accurate Documentation identifying the insurance loss and the detailed reporting. Strong attention to detail, problem solving and time management. Liaise with clients and insurers. You will possess: A valid driver's license. Strong customer service experience and high standard of personal presentation. Demonstrated residential building technical knowledge (background in a building trade - Carpenter). Qualifications – Building, Trade QBCC License. Previous insurance assessing experience is considered an advantage. Prior experience or an understanding of the insurance sector is preferred, however not essential. Strong computer skills (Microsoft Office) and the ability to learn new systems. Experience in report writing. Please email your resume into applications@australianinsurancerepairs.com.au We look forward to talking with you soon.
ADVERTISER: Australian Insurance Repairs
SALARY: Not specified
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JOB TITLE:

Security Risk Advisor

JOB TYPE: Risk Management
LOCATION: Melbourne, VIC
DATE:   30/11/2014
DESCRIPTION: Security Risk Advisor. Location: Melbourne, Victoria. Reporting to: National Security Manager. Status: Full Time At Star Track, we have a big responsibility to make sure our customers' freight gets from A to B, Y to Z, and everywhere in between. And we do it every day, right across Australia. We're home to more than 3,000 drivers and 1,300 freight handlers in every state and over 1,000 contact centre and corporate employees nationwide. The wellbeing of our people is just as important to us as our customers and freight. So when it comes to challenging Work, Health and Safety careers, we really deliver. Requirements: *Assist Group Security with the development and implementation of loss prevention/security initiatives and strategies to deliver improved performance and reduce losses in the business *Participate in security risk reviews as directed by the security Risk Manager *Maintain a security plan that provides day to day internal and external security of the site *Assist with the upkeep of a site security risk management plan on an annual basis *Work with Operations to develop security strategies that meet the needs of the sites *Identify and assess risks and develop strategic loss prevention and security policies to reduce losses and incidents *Carry out basic investigations into loss freight and general security incidents. Includes interrogation of CCTV and business specific Freight Tracking and recording tools *Other relevant security tasks as directed by the security risk Manager *Facilitate Security Awareness activities as directed by the Security Risk Manager *Provide timely reports as directed by the Security Risk Manager What you'll need: *Experience in basic investigation processes relating to missing and stolen freight in the transport industry *Ability to participate and conduct loss prevention/security related audits and report on loss prevention / security issues and work with operational staff and management to reduce the prevent stock loss *Experience in interrogating parcel delivery/tracking systems in a similar industry environment *Experience in resolving challenging operational requests and concerns in a timely manner *Experience in operating in a security, compliance, or customer service investigations role in a similar environment *Basic experience in interrogation of CCTV systems *Highly motivated, achievement oriented *Excellent communication skills both verbal and written We're a business that's continually experiencing growth and transformation, and the same can be said for our people's careers. If you're someone who looks at change and sees opportunity for development, you won't be held back here. Show us you've got the ideas and ambition to reach beyond your role and we'll support you to tackle bigger responsibilities and climb the ranks.
ADVERTISER: Star Track Express
SALARY: Not specified
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JOB TITLE:

Investigation and Policy Officer

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: Sydney , NSW
DATE:   30/11/2014
DESCRIPTION: Investigation and Policy Officer Settlement Services International (SSI) is a leading not-for-profit organisation providing a range of services in the areas of humanitarian settlement, accommodation, asylum seeker assistance, foster care and disability support in NSW. The Investigation and Policy Officer is responsible for undertaking investigations to determine compliance and risk factors, and adapt internal policies and procedures to align with the SSI risk framework. This includes the development, review, analysis and provision of advice relating to SSI policies and procedures to meet organisational and legislative requirements. Your key responsibilities will include, but not be limited, to the following: Contribute to policy development through research, analysis and consultation Contribute to improving policy application by monitoring the implementation, and measuring and reviewing the outcomes Liaise and work with other SSI programs, divisions and stakeholders to ensure effective interface between program development, planning and policy implementation Lead or participate in successful project management, using strong communication and organisational skills to balance conflicting priorities and manage resources To be successful in this role you will be able to demonstrate: Tertiary qualifications or equivalent experience in investigation and policy development in Out of Home Care Comprehensive understanding of Out of Home Care case management practices and other statutory requirements An understanding of the role of the Ombudsman, Family and Community Services, Non-Government Organisations and Office of the Children Guardian Experience in auditing practices to ensure compliance with policies and procedures which comply with statutory requirements Experience in investigating issues and developing and implementing remediation plans Demonstrated capacity to research and analyse material and identify key issues Demonstrated capability to liaise with a wide range of internal and external stakeholders Strong negotiation and consultation skills You can also apply by email to: recruitment@ssi.org.au The successful candidate must undergo a current National Police Clearance and a Working with Children Check in order to be employed in this role. For more information about SSI please go to www.ssi.org.au
ADVERTISER: SSI
SALARY: Not specified
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JOB TITLE:

Weather Event Claims Officers

JOB TYPE: Compliance
LOCATION: Brisbane, QLD
DATE:   30/11/2014
DESCRIPTION: Weather Event Claims Officers The Queensland State Premier is calling the Brisbane storm on the 27/11/2014 the worst since 1985. With an estimated $100 million in damage, insurers are assessing damage and will be seeking claims staff for immediate start in the next week or so. RB Recruitment are preferred suppliers to a number of local and national companies that based in and around Brisbane. These roles will require the following duties: • Lodge insurance claim within the system • Ensure the claim meets the terms within the product disclosure statement • Follow up any extra information required by the claimant • Liaise with third party providers such as assessors, builders and solicitors • Make recommendation on the validity of the claim • Pass the claim to the recoveries or settlements teams • Assist the team where needed with overflow of work Ultimately we are seeking experienced claims handlers who can meet the following criteria: • Insurance claims handling experience within either domestic or commercial property (preferred but we are accepting all areas of claims experience) • Strong communication skills - both written and verbal • Proven attention to detail • High work ethic to get through large volumes of work Contract opportunities are paying from $24 up to $27 per hour + superannuation. Contact one of the friendly team at RB today on 07 3221 8088
ADVERTISER: RB Recruiting
SALARY: paying from $24 up to $27 per hour + superannuation.
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JOB TITLE:

CLAIMS - SEASONAL CONTRACTORS

JOB TYPE: Compliance
LOCATION: Brisbane, QLD
DATE:   30/11/2014
DESCRIPTION: CLAIMS - SEASONAL CONTRACTORS Supporting Season Claims Peaks Locations Across Brisbane Assist With The Clean Up In light of recent and seasonal storm events we are seeking experienced Insurance Claims Professionals. Hays support a number of insurance companies across the region there will be a demand for immediately available Claims Professionals. We will need your customer service skills, claims knowledge and ability to work in a busy working environment often with minimal training for both domestic and commercial portfolios. You will be able to work with empathy, assisting customers efficiently whilst also following all company policy. You will need to be available with little notice period and be able to work flexible hours. Please note that some vacancies will require you to undergo a police check as part of the on boarding procedure. Contact the Insurance and contact centre recruitment teams on 07 3243 3055 Reference Number: 1545913
ADVERTISER: Hays Recruitment Agency
SALARY: Not specified
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JOB TITLE:

Manager, Justice Forensic Oversight

JOB TYPE: Compliance
LOCATION: Melbourne, VIC
DATE:   30/11/2014
DESCRIPTION: Manager, Justice Forensic Oversight An exciting management opportunity exists for a suitably experienced and qualified person to commence in the role of Manager Statutory and Forensic Oversight. The successful candidate will have strong people management skills, with a demonstrated capacity to deliver high quality outcomes within a complex and demanding work environment. An understanding of the statutory roles of the department and the service system for young people and people with a disability involved in the justice system is desirable. How to Apply: Applicants are encouraged to apply online, submitting a cover letter and a current resume. Please note: For this role, you are not required to address each of the key selection criteria separately in a written document. Applicants are strongly encouraged to view the Information for Applicants internet page to obtain guidance on what to include in your cover letter and resume. This document also provides information on the department's recruitment and employment safety screening processes. The department encourages and welcomes interest from Aboriginal Australians for this role. Please contact our Aboriginal employment information and support line (phone: 1300 092 406 or email: aboriginal.employment@dhs.vic.gov.au) should you wish to access assistance with your application. For further information regarding the Department of Human Services, please visit www.dhs.vic.gov.au
ADVERTISER: DHS Victoria
SALARY: Not specified
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JOB TITLE:

Investigator - Land Tax Compliance Program

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: Melbourne, VIC
DATE:   30/11/2014
DESCRIPTION: - Land Tax Compliance Program Total salary package circa $60K Melbourne CBD Collaborative team, supportive learning culture About the role This your opportunity to join an innovative government agency to showcase your outstanding analytical talents, your proven skills to negotiate and solve problems and your ability to effectively communicate investigation findings to customers. You must be able to apply excellent research and produce accurate reports while juggling competing deadlines. Your ability to apply complex legislation will complement the confidence to consult with SRO colleagues and customers alike. The right to work in Australia is a must, as is a police check and probationary period. For further information regarding these roles please contact Estelle Dimand, Team Leader – Land Tax Compliance Program on 03 9628 0150 or view the attached position description. About us Working with us is both challenging and rewarding. In return, our strong focus on work/life balance and professional staff development will give you the opportunity to learn, influence and contribute to your future and the SRO. How to apply To apply for these roles, please download and complete the Application Form in the attachments section above and submit this together with your current resume via the Apply Now button, by close of business Monday 8 December 2014. Please note that applications must include a completed Application Form to be considered. Please note: There are multiple opportunities within the Compliance Division. To view the other positions available, go to our website www.sro.vic.gov.au
ADVERTISER: State Revenue Office
SALARY: Investigator
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JOB TITLE:

Social Media Intelligence Analyst

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: Melbourne, VIC
DATE:   30/11/2014
DESCRIPTION: Social Media Intelligence Analyst LKA Group is a leading provider of professional investigation and risk services services with offices throughout Australia. With a blue chip client list including significant corporate clientele, insurance companies, commonwealth and state government departments, LKA Group has established an enviable reputation in the provision of independent high level investigation services. LKA is now looking to further enhance and enrich its client offering by complimenting the existing services with revolutionary social business intelligence solutions. We are seeking a highly motivated person to provide high quality support to all departments to deliver revolutionary social business intelligence solutions for our clients. The successful candidate will possess a keen understanding of social media including a solid understanding of the various platforms including but not limited to Linkedin, Twitter and Facebook. We are looking for an experienced online investigator to assist us in the following areas: • Locates / Skip Tracing • Background Checks • Pre Surveillance Profiling • Social Media Intelligence gathering • Fraud / Scam Investigations • Hidden Asset location • Email Tracing • Trademark / Brand Protection • Internet and Forensic investigations The role requires outstanding report writing skills, ability to work independently, strong computer and internet skills, be interested in current events and news and demonstrate a superior knowledge of emerging online technologies. The role will appeal to those who have a passion for research and are seeking to utilise their extensive social networking experience in a rewarding and stimulating environment. We offer excellent rates and flexible work arrangements, along with a friendly supportive team, training and ongoing professional development. If you believe you have the right qualifications, skills and experience for this role, please apply online at careers@lkagroup.com.au. For further information, please contact Anthony Ventura on (03) 9340 3222. careers@lkagroup.comau Anthony Ventura - (03) 9340 3222
ADVERTISER: LKA
SALARY: Not specified
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JOB TITLE:

Surveillance Investigators

JOB TYPE: Surveillance Investigator
LOCATION: North Qld, QLD
DATE:   30/11/2014
DESCRIPTION: Surveillance Investigators The Company Verifact is the leader in the insurance investigation field, providing reputable services to the insurance/legal industry for over 20 years. As the largest national investigation firm in Australia, we conduct investigations in every state and territory. We are seeking an experienced and motivated Surveillance Investigator sub-contractor in Northern Queensland. While enjoying the flexibility of subcontracting work you can, utilize the superior office support, training and continuous guidance throughout each investigation all of which will lead to a professional, thorough and concise report. The Candidate Please note: only experienced investigators with a current Private Security Individual license need apply. The successful candidate will need to demonstrate the following skills, experience & attributes: Excellent written and verbal communication skills Strong computer/technological skills including Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook (email) Well-developed time and self-management skills Previous Surveillance investigative experience Professional and ethical approach to investigations Surveillance equipment A current investigators and drivers license in QLD Relevant equipment to undertake the required circumstance or surveillance investigations An understanding of applicable legislation ABN Come and work with a leader in the field with a fun, dynamic and goal oriented team. Our investigators are the face of our business so we reward them well! To be considered for this opportunity, please click on the appropriate link or alternatively submit your application by emailing hr@verifact.com.au
ADVERTISER: Verifact
SALARY: Not specified
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JOB TITLE:

Investigations Officers

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: Melbourne, VIC
DATE:   30/11/2014
DESCRIPTION: Investigations Officer At Medibank, we stand For Better Health. As Australia's largest integrated private health insurance and health services provider, we strive to deliver the highest quality suite of products. With our wealth of experience and reputation as thought leaders in healthcare, we are forging ahead and delivering innovative healthcare solutions that target the needs of individuals and populations. The Provider Network and Integrated Care (PNIC) team is focused on redefining the way healthcare will be purchased, funded and delivered in order to improve the health system experience. Our aim is to create a centre of excellence that is driven by innovation, clinical expertise, the patient experience and informed healthcare purchasing. Therefore we are building our capability by investing in provider management, analytics and insights capability. The role The Investigations Officer – role evaluates the profile of health service practitioners billing Medibank and AHM, health fund members and third parties and with the focus on detection, intervention and prevention of fraud and leakage. Your responsibilities include: Utilise fraud and analytic tools to identify, evaluate and prioritise high risk claiming profiles of health service practitioners and members Undertake steps to assess and substantiate high risk claiming behaviour Initiate and maintain files in the Case Management Database Assess, collate and report factual information to be actioned by investigators Identify current and potential fraud trends Effectively participate and contribute to team development and objectives About you To be successful you will have: Relevant tertiary qualifications in a health sciences, business, commerce or other related disciplines Microsoft Office skills including advanced Excel skills Demonstrated experience with meeting strict turnaround times and following through identified issues Preferred: Exposure to reviewing data and recognising alerts and abnormalities aimed at detecting patterns and trends Analytical, decision making and problem solving skills You will be part of a great team and be provided with a competitive salary and a range of rewarding benefits such as discounts on Medibank Private health insurance, flexible working arrangements and more. To learn about working at Medibank, please visit our website www.medibank.com.au.
ADVERTISER: Medibank
SALARY: Not specified
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JOB TITLE:

InvestigatorS Factual/Surveillance

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: Rockdale, NSW
DATE:   30/11/2014
DESCRIPTION: Investigator Life Without Barriers aims to partner with people (including people with a disability, in out of home care, are homeless, who may suffer mental illness or are refugees) to change their lives for the better. We value relationships, imagination, courage, responsiveness and we are respectful and caring in all our dealings. A fantastic opportunity for two Investigators to join the team in Rockdale, NSW. You will be responsible for responsible for conducting investigations into reportable allegations of child abuse and neglect and allegations of misconduct against Life Without Barriers staff, contractors and carers. To be successful in this role, please address each selection criteria point listed below separately and include your responses to each point in a word document Essential Relevant tertiary qualifications. Demonstrated experience in conducting high quality investigations within the framework of the NSW Ombudsman and Commission for Children and Young People. Demonstrated skills in systems thinking and commitment to process improvement within scope of role. Demonstrated skill in conducting investigative interviews with children and adults. High level analytical ability and good judgement. Excellent written and verbal communication Capacity to work within a high volume environment with competing demands. Ability to handle sensitive material, demonstrates a high level of confidentiality, and operates with integrity and honesty. A demonstrated commitment to the care and protection of service users. Demonstrated ability in time management, organisational skills and well developed problem solving skills. Ability to use initiative and think laterally and strategically, to meet deadlines and produce quality work under pressure. Ability to work within and demonstrate the LWB Way in all interactions. Current Driver Licence. Desirable Demonstrated experienced conducting investigations in an agency providing services to children and young people. Life Without Barriers offers ongoing training, support and career advancement opportunity. An attractive remuneration package will be offered to the successful candidate including tax benefits through salary packaging, rostered day off per month, discounted healthcare and the chance to work for one of Australia's largest not for profit organisations. Please address each of the selection criteria listed above in separate points at the beginning of your resume. Resume's not addressing the selection criteria will not be accepted.To apply please click apply here and follow the screen prompts. For any queries (including remuneration enquiries) please contact Donna Howard on 9508 4127 or at NSWRecruitment@lwb.org.au. Applications close 8/12/2014 LWB is committed to the principles of EEO and we encourage people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander background or people with disabilities to apply www.lwb.org.au
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JOB TITLE:

Factual/Circumstance Investigator

JOB TYPE: Factual Investigator
LOCATION: Melbourne, VIC
DATE:   30/11/2014
DESCRIPTION: Factual/Circumstance Investigator D P Thomas & Associates Pty Ltd top Factual/Circumstance Investigator D P Thomas & Assoc Pty Ltd is currently seeking the services of an experienced factual/circumstance investigator in the Melbourne Metropolitan area. The successful applicant will require the following:- 1. Current Victorian Private Security Individual Licence. 2. Current Victorian Drivers Licence and own vehicle. 3. Good communication skills. 4. Ability to work to deadlines. 5. Good analytical skills. 6. Excellent time management and organisation skills. 7. Clear oral and good written English skills. 8. Certificate of Competency from a VWA approved training program such as Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training. 9. Certificate III or IV in Investigative Services. Ongoing training and development will be provided to the successful applicant. Remuneration is on a sub-contract basis. Please contact Mr Dale Thomas be email only to: dpt@dpthomas.com.au Private Security Business Licence No: 643-350-80S
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JOB TITLE:

CIRCUMSTANCE FACTUAL INVESTIGATOR

JOB TYPE: Factual Investigator
LOCATION: Melbourne, VIC
DATE:   30/11/2014
DESCRIPTION: CIRCUMSTANCE FACTUAL INVESTIGATOR Established company have a position available for a Circumstance/Factual Investigator. Contact Ted Bachowski. 9663 6999 or mobile 0418 532 638. or email to asses@roncamp.com.au Contact Ted Bachowski 9663 6999 or mobile 0418 532 638.
ADVERTISER: Ron Camp and Assocs
SALARY: Not specified
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JOB TITLE:

Factual investigators Sydney area

JOB TYPE: Factual Investigator
LOCATION: Canberra, ACT
DATE:   30/11/2014
DESCRIPTION: Factual Investigators Required in the ACT M & A Investigations is a renowned national investigation firm, specialising in surveillance and factual investigations for corporate and government clients. Due to a growth in our business, we are looking to recruit Factual Investigators for work in the ACT. Successful Applicants must meet the following criteria: Hold a current NSW Master CAPI Licence Have an ABN with a Company Structure (Pty Ltd) Have current Workers Compensation Insurance Be qualified with minimum of Certificate III in Investigative Services Have at least 2 years experience in factual Investigation Value providing quality service Be reliable Have a clear understanding of the need to comply with timeframes Have a strong work ethic Reside in the ACT or within close proximity Please email your CV to ma@ma-investigations.com.au
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JOB TITLE:

Experienced Insurance Surveillance Investigator

JOB TYPE: Surveillance Investigator
LOCATION: Brisbane, QLD
DATE:   30/11/2014
DESCRIPTION: Experienced Insurance Surveillance Investigator G4S Compliance & Investigations currently requires the services of an experienced Surveillance Investigator in the Brisbane metropolitan area. Suitable candidates must have the following: a current Queensland Private Investigator Licence experience investigating insurance claims a satisfactory criminal history all required equipment computer literacy good written and verbal communication skills the ability to understand and apply legislation relevant to surveillance able to manage their time Please include a cover letter addressing the above requirements with your resume. Your resume will detail your insurance investigation experience and include the names of the insurers whose claims you have investigated. Contact: John Biddle National Investigations Manager 1300 660 323
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SALARY: Not specified
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JOB TITLE:

InvestigatorS Factual/Surveillance

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: Canberra City , ACT
DATE:   30/11/2014
DESCRIPTION: QuantumCorp is a professional investigation firm providing investigation services to major insurers, self insurers, lawyers and corporate clients. We have an opportunity for an exceptional candidate to join our team in Canberra. This is a full time permanent position. Based either from home, or from an office in Canberra city, the successful candidate will be responsible for servicing the ACT, NSW Riverina and NSW south coast areas, conducting factual and surveillance investigations into Workers' Compensation, CTP, General Insurance and Liability claims. To be successful in this role you will have: • Tertiary qualifications in legal, psychology, social sciences (or working towards) • Excellent interpersonal and written communication skills • Prior experience or training in a position involving interviewing • Strong analytical and problem solving skills • An ability to prioritise and meet deadlines • Strong computer skills including typing not less than 60 WPM • Exceptional presentation • A current investigation license (or willingness to undertake) We are looking for energy, enthusiasm, dedication and an ability to work unsupervised. The successful candidate will receive full training, ongoing support, and guidance but will need to be self motivated and will be remunerated above industry standards for their effort and commitment to providing outstanding service. This position is suited to an articulate, ambitious, well presented professional with an eye for detail and a willingness to undertake both factual investigations and some surveillance. To become part of a widely respected firm with a strong emphasis on quality and providing a personal service to a network of large and boutique clients, email a covering letter and resume to samanthahawcroft@quantumcorp.com.au
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SALARY: Not specified
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JOB TITLE:

Senior Financial Investigator

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: Brisbane, QLD
DATE:   30/11/2014
DESCRIPTION: Senior Financial Investigator $93,728- $100,504 Temporary Full time - 2 years We are seeking individuals to conduct financial investigations and provide effective financial investigative input, within a multi-disciplinary team environment, into investigations relating to major crime (including Organised Crime, Proceeds of Crime and Paedophilia) and strategic intelligence. The ideal applicant will have: A proven history of undertaking financial investigations in a law enforcement environment leading to a successful conclusion. Demonstrated ability to lead, coordinate and motivate others to deliver organisational objectives. Applies rigorous process and logic to solve difficult problems, engaging team and management input to provide accurate and timely solutions. An ability to influence the decisions, actions or perceptions of others within work teams, units and the broader organisation. Supports a culture of achievement, strives for quality outcomes and ensures compliance with regulatory framework and manages risks that may impede success. An ability to research and analyse complex financial matters and prepare quality advice within tight timeframes. For more detailed information, see the position description for vacancy VRN 67/14. For any inquiries, please email hr@ccc.qld.gov.au. Applications close: 8 December 2014
ADVERTISER: CCC Qld
SALARY: $93,728- $100,504
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JOB TITLE:

Principal Financial Investigator

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: Brisbane, QLD
DATE:   30/11/2014
DESCRIPTION: Principal Financial Investigator 103,846- $109,831 Temporary Full time - one position 2 years, one position 3 years We are seeking individuals to oversee financial investigations and provide effective strategic and tactical financial investigative input, within a multi-disciplinary team environment, into major crime (including Organised Crime and Proceeds of Crime and Paedophilia). The ideal applicant will have: A proven history of undertaking financial investigations in a law enforcement environment leading to a successful conclusion. Demonstrated ability to lead, coordinate and motivate others to deliver organisational objectives. Applies rigorous process and logic to solve difficult problems, engaging team and management input to provide accurate and timely solutions. An ability to influence the decisions, actions or perceptions of others within work teams, units and the broader organisation. Supports a culture of achievement, strives for quality outcomes and ensures compliance with regulatory framework and manages risks that may impede success. An ability to research and analyse complex financial matters and prepare quality advice within tight timeframes. Manages difficult negotiations while maintaining effective working relationships. For more detailed information, see the position description for vacancy VRN 68/14. For any inquiries, please email hr@ccc.qld.gov.au. Applications close: 8 December 2014
ADVERTISER: CCC Qld
SALARY: 103,846- $109,831
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JOB TITLE:

Financial investigators

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: Brsiabne, QLD
DATE:   30/11/2014
DESCRIPTION: Senior Financial Investigator $93,728- $100,504 Temporary Full time - 2 years We are seeking individuals to conduct financial investigations and provide effective financial investigative input, within a multi-disciplinary team environment, into investigations relating to major crime (including Organised Crime, Proceeds of Crime and Paedophilia) and strategic intelligence. The ideal applicant will have: A proven history of undertaking financial investigations in a law enforcement environment leading to a successful conclusion. Demonstrated ability to lead, coordinate and motivate others to deliver organisational objectives. Applies rigorous process and logic to solve difficult problems, engaging team and management input to provide accurate and timely solutions. An ability to influence the decisions, actions or perceptions of others within work teams, units and the broader organisation. Supports a culture of achievement, strives for quality outcomes and ensures compliance with regulatory framework and manages risks that may impede success. An ability to research and analyse complex financial matters and prepare quality advice within tight timeframes. For more detailed information, see the position description for vacancy VRN 67/14. For any inquiries, please email hr@ccc.qld.gov.au. Applications close: 8 December 2014
ADVERTISER: Crime & Corruption Commission
SALARY: $93,728- $100,504
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JOB TITLE:

Director, Enforcement NSW

JOB TYPE: Compliance
LOCATION: Sydney , NSW
DATE:   30/11/2014
DESCRIPTION: Treasurer Vacancy N.N. 10634603 Australian Competition and Consumer Commission Closing date: Sunday, 30 November 2014 On 31 October 2013, the Minister Assisting the Prime Minister for the Public Service, Senator the Hon. Eric Abetz, announced interim recruiting arrangements for the Australian Public Service. As a result of these arrangements only current ongoing APS employees are eligible to apply for this vacancy. Further information regarding the interim arrangements is available here: http://www.apsc.gov.au/home/current-priorities/interim-arrangements. Job Title: Director, Enforcement NSW Division: Enforcement Division Branch: Enforcement NSW Job Type: Ongoing, Full-time Salary: $114,539 - $134,229 Location: Sydney - NSW Classification: Executive Level 2 Agency Employment Act: PS Act 1999 Position No: EA2014/145 Agency Website: http://www.accc.gov.au/ Job Description Duties The ACCC's Enforcement Division bears primary responsibility for the ACCC’s investigation and enforcement activities. The Division is also responsible for the ACCC’s carbon price monitoring role, and enforcement of the price exploitation provisions relating to the repeal of the carbon tax. The Division’s activities directly support the ACCC’s role in promoting competitive and informed markets and fair trading practices, and contribute directly to protecting customers. As Director, you will assist the General Manager to lead and manage within broad policy directions. Your specific responsibilities will include taking a broader view of the cases and other matters dealt with by your section and the Enforcement Operations branch in general, providing strategic and technical input and performing the role of senior case investigator on more complex or complicated matters. In addition to ensuring effective reporting and communication between your section, the General Manager, senior managers and the ACCC, you will also liaise extensively with key agencies, businesses and associations. The Director, Enforcement Division requires high management, communication, analytical and strategic skills and a sound understanding of industry structure, competition and efficiency issues. Tertiary qualifications in law, economics, or commerce are highly desirable. Notes **Please note that this opportunity is only available to current Australian Public Service employees.** To Apply Position Contact: Rob Ghali, (02) 9230 9144 Agency Recruitment Site: http://www.accc.gov.au/
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SALARY: $114,539 - $134,229
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JOB TITLE:

Get paid $3000 per week to be an Investigator in Perth

JOB TYPE: Compliance
LOCATION: Perth, WA
DATE:   30/11/2014
DESCRIPTION: Treasurer Vacancy N.N. 10634850 Australian Securities and Investments Commission Closing date: Tuesday, 9 December 2014 On 31 October 2013, the Minister Assisting the Prime Minister for the Public Service, Senator the Hon. Eric Abetz, announced interim recruiting arrangements for the Australian Public Service. As a result of these arrangements only current ongoing APS employees are eligible to apply for this vacancy. Further information regarding the interim arrangements is available here: http://www.apsc.gov.au/home/current-priorities/interim-arrangements. Job Title: Senior Investigator Division: Markets Branch: Enforcement WA Job Type: Ongoing, Full-time Salary: $111,677 - $156,488 Location: Perth - WA Classification: Executive Level 2 Agency Employment Act: PS Act 1999 Position No: ASIC/1137716 Job Description Duties Lead investigations of misconduct and assist with litigation on behalf of ASIC, in relation to breaches of the Corporations Act, relevant State and Commonwealth criminal and other financial services legislation. Eligibility Extensive experience in an investigative role, preferably in financial services or a regulatory environment. Market knowledge/ commercial exposure to criminal investigations and project management. Tertiary qualifications in accounting, finance, law or commerce. Notes **Please note that this opportunity is only available to current Australian Public Service employees.** About Australian Securities and Investments Commission To work with us, you'll be required to satisfy our pre-engagement assessment and obtain a national security clearance. Australian citizenship is also required. To Apply Agency Recruitment Site: http://www.asic.gov.au/
ADVERTISER: ASIC
SALARY: $111,677 - $156,488
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JOB TITLE:

Investigations Officers

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: Melbourne - VIC; Sydney - NSW, Australia Wide
DATE:   30/11/2014
DESCRIPTION: Industry Vacancy N.N. 10634649 Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) Closing date: Thursday, 4 December 2014 Job Title: Investigations Officers (Temporary employment register) Division: Risk Analysis and Investigation Section: Legal and Investigations Job Type: Non-ongoing (Temporary), Full-time Salary: $78,673 - $85,178 Location: Melbourne - VIC; Sydney - NSW Classification: APS Level 6 Agency Employment Act: PS Act 1999 Agency Website: http://www.asqa.gov.au Job Description Duties ASQA’s Investigations and Legal team comprises lawyers and investigation officers tasked with protecting the interests of the Australian VET sector and ASQA. Investigation officers are appointed by the Chief Commissioner as Authorised Officers for the purposes of the NVR Act and as authorised employees for the purpose of the ESOS Act. Investigation officers exercise the monitoring, investigative and enforcement powers specified in the Acts by managing and conducting investigations into alleged breaches or contraventions of the NVR Act, ESOS Act and the Criminal Code. Investigation officers are also required to assist other business units in monitoring compliance, collecting evidence and deploying appropriate regulatory responses. The positions to be filled are at the APS Level 6 and there are a range of tasks and duties for the position including, but not exclusive to, the following: • Knowledge and understanding, and the ability to utilise all powers relating to investigation and enforcement under legislation pertaining to ASQA; • Under direction, investigate breaches or contraventions of the NVR Act, ESOS Act and Criminal Code, including planning investigations, interviewing witnesses and persons of interest, compiling statements, gathering evidence and managing exhibits; • Maintain secure, accurate and comprehensive records of investigation activities, in accordance with relevant policies and procedures; • Prepare accurate and comprehensive brief of evidence in accordance with Australian Government Investigation Standards and Commonwealth DPP Guidelines; • Liaise with legal and judicial officers in respect of investigations; • Representation of ASQA by attending court and providing evidence; • Meet organisational service standards for investigation activities; • Contribute to the effectiveness and consistency of investigation practice and outcomes through active participation in professional development and business improvement activities; • Assist in briefing Senior Executives or Commissioners, including the preparation of reports; • Liaise and provide investigation services to other ASQA business units; • Liaise with other investigations bodies and government agencies; and • Promote workplace principles and behaviour in accordance with the APS Code of Conduct and ASQA policies. Eligibility ASQA maintains a register of individuals interested in short-term investigator employment (non-ongoing of less than 12 months). The register enables ASQA to access individuals to fill temporary roles at short notice in Melbourne and Sydney. The duration of a non-ongoing vacancy may be anywhere from 3 months to up to 12 months when we require the services of additional staff. Notes Non-ongoing opportunity will be offered for a specified term Temporary employment register up to 12 months To Apply Position Contact: Gary Tuckwood, (02) 9246 0609 Agency Recruitment Site: http://www.asqa.gov.au
ADVERTISER: ASQA
SALARY: $78,673 - $85,178
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JOB TITLE:

Principal Compliance Auditor (expected vacancy)

JOB TYPE: Compliance
LOCATION: Melbourne - VIC; Brisbane - QLD; Perth - WA, Australia Wide
DATE:   30/11/2014
DESCRIPTION: Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) Closing date: Monday, 1 December 2014 Job Title: Principal Compliance Auditor (expected vacancy) Division: Compliance Operations Job Type: Ongoing, Full-time Salary: $95,944 - $105,269 Location: Melbourne - VIC; Brisbane - QLD; Perth - WA; Adelaide - SA Classification: Executive Level 1 Agency Employment Act: PS Act 1999 Position No: Various Agency Website: http://www.asqa.gov.au Job Description Duties ASQA is looking for people who have initiative, a commitment to excellence, strong analytical and problem solving capabilities, an ability to think conceptually as well as creatively, the capacity to communicate effectively with stakeholders, and to work within a team environment. There may be a requirement to undertake regular travel. The Principal Compliance Auditor will lead complex, contentious and/or high risk audits and make recommendations about vocational education and training (VET) providers’ compliance with quality assurance requirements, including: • The VET Quality Framework, and • The National Code of Practice for Registration Authorities and Providers of Education and Training to Overseas Students as required for registration on the Commonwealth Register of Institutions and Courses for Overseas Students, and • Other purposes as required (for example, where there is a formal arrangement between the National VET Regulator and a State/Territory Government purchasing authority to validate funding contract compliance). The position to be filled is at the Executive Level 1 and there are a range of tasks and duties for the position including, but not exclusive to, the following: • liaising with stakeholders, including other Australian Government departments/agencies, on issues relating to the Commonwealth Register of Institutions and Courses for Overseas Students (CRICOS); • working with a team to provide operational, administrative, technical and ongoing professional support to ASQA staff and external clients, including the review and development of policies and procedures related to CRICOS; • preparing reports, briefs and responses as required on CRICOS related issues; • leading large and/or complex audits and of those for which there are reasonable expectations of contentious outcomes (high risk or recalcitrant providers, serious complaints, following up after sanctions) and making recommendations about vocational education and training (VET) providers’ compliance with national quality assurance requirements; • supporting the Regional Manager in leading local implementation of the national training quality audit strategy using a risk management approach to the regulation of training organisations and registered training organisations (RTO); • planning, including researching available data to identify risks, and conducting training quality audits of high-risk RTOs, and/or to investigate complaints, and/or of RTOs that operate in specified industries or contexts; • gathering and analysing audit evidence and making professional judgements about quality outcomes and compliance with national quality assurance requirements; • preparing accurate, clear and succinct reports on audit findings and making appropriate recommendations for future action, in accordance with legislative requirements; • maintaining accurate and comprehensive records of audit activities, findings and decisions, in accordance with policies and procedures; • liaising and negotiating with stakeholders, including industry representatives, about audit-related matters; • meeting published customer service standards relating to audit time frames; • contributing to the effectiveness and consistency of audit practice and outcomes through coordinating, facilitating and actively participating in audit professional development and business improvement activities; • contributing to the development and delivery of educative programs for VET industry stakeholders about audit requirements; • providing guidance, mentoring and support to auditors, including contracted auditors, and monitoring their performance; • contributing to the recruitment and selection of auditors and coordinating the scheduling and allocation of audit activities within the region; and • representing the region, providing audit-related technical advice, and contributing to the research and preparation of correspondence and briefings for senior officers and stakeholders, about contentious or controversial audit matters. Notes *ASQA is currently undergoing an organisational review arising from a change in regulatory focus. Training and support will be provided to any employees whose duties may be affected. To Apply Position Contact: Cathy Daly, (03) 8613 3929 Agency Recruitment Site: http://www.asqa.gov.au
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SALARY: $95,944 - $105,269
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JOB TITLE:

Lead Compliance Auditor (expected vacancy)

JOB TYPE: Compliance
LOCATION: Melbourne - VIC; Brisbane - QLD; Adelaide - SA, Australia Wide
DATE:   30/11/2014
DESCRIPTION: Industry Vacancy N.N. 10633931 Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) Closing date: Monday, 1 December 2014 Job Title: Lead Compliance Auditor (expected vacancy) Division: Compliance Operations Job Type: Ongoing, Full-time Salary: $78,673 - $85,178 Location: Melbourne - VIC; Brisbane - QLD; Adelaide - SA Classification: APS Level 6 Agency Employment Act: PS Act 1999 Position No: Various Agency Website: http://www.asqa.gov.au Job Description Duties ASQA is looking for people who have initiative, a commitment to excellence, strong analytical and problem solving capabilities, an ability to think conceptually as well as creatively, the capacity to communicate effectively with stakeholders, and to work within a team environment. There may be a requirement to undertake regular travel. Lead Compliance Auditors will lead and participate in audits and make recommendations about vocational education and training (VET) providers’ compliance with regulatory requirements, including: • The VET Quality Framework; and/or • the National Code of Practice for Registration Authorities and Providers of Education and Training to Overseas Students as required for registration on the Commonwealth Register of Institutions and Courses for Overseas Students; and/or • other purposes as required (for example, where there is a formal arrangement between the National VET Regulator and a State/Territory Government purchasing authority to validate funding contract compliance). These positions are to be filled at the APS 6 level and there are a range of tasks and duties for the positions including, but not exclusive to, the following: • Leading routine audits and audit teams and making recommendations about vocational education and training (VET) providers’ compliance with national quality assurance requirements. • Planning, including researching available data to identify risks, and conducting training quality audits of registered training organisations (RTO) and applicant RTOs. • Gathering and analysing audit evidence and making professional judgements about quality outcomes and compliance with quality assurance requirements. • Preparing accurate, clear and succinct reports on audit findings and making appropriate recommendations for future action, in accordance with legislative requirements. • Maintaining accurate and comprehensive records of audit activities, findings and decisions, in accordance with policies and procedures. • Liaising and negotiating with stakeholders, including industry representatives, about audit-related matters. • Meeting published customer service standards relating to audit time frames. • Contributing to the effectiveness and consistency of audit practice and outcomes through actively participating in audit professional development and business improvement activities. • Contributing to the development of and delivery of educative programs for VET industry stakeholders about audit requirements. • Providing guidance and support to other members of the team including new auditors, technical advisers and auditors under contract to ASQA. Notes *ASQA is currently undergoing an organisational review arising from a change in regulatory focus. Training and support will be provided to any employees whose duties may be affected. To Apply Position Contact: Liana Trajanovski, (03) 8613 3990
ADVERTISER: ASQA
SALARY: $78,673 - $85,178 Location: Melbourne - VIC; Brisban
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JOB TITLE:

Factual investigators Sydney area

JOB TYPE: Factual Investigator
LOCATION: Sydney , NSW
DATE:   24/11/2014
DESCRIPTION: Insight Intelligence is an Australian business with our Head Office based in Sydney. We are an Investigation Company looking for several highly experienced, reliable, professional, factual investigators with experience in all forms of investigations and specialising in Workers Compensation, Public Liability and CTP claims to join our team. We require applicants to hold a Drivers Licence, necessary tertiary qualifications and licences, have a strong work ethic, excellent negotiation skills, adhere to deadlines, and have excellent verbal and written communication skills. Please forward your resume to info@insightintelligence.com.au and address the criteria in your cover letter.
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SALARY: "Above industry rates"
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JOB TITLE:

Director, Investigations

JOB TYPE: Compliance
LOCATION: Melbourne, VIC
DATE:   08/11/2014
DESCRIPTION: Director, Investigations The Ombudsman provides a free, independent, accessible and impartial dispute resolution service to Victorians. Her role is to ensure that state and local government services are delivered in a fair and reasonable manner that is compatible with the rights protected by the Charter of Human Rights and Responsibilities Act 2006. The Ombudsman also investigates allegations of improper conduct referred by the Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission (IBAC). The Ombudsman also promotes excellence in public administration in Victoria through systemic investigations, publication of authoritative reports and engagement within both the government sector and the broader community Job Details Careers Logo Department: Victorian Ombudsman Work Type: Ongoing - full time Job Function: Executive Management Classification: VPSG7.1 Work Location: Melbourne - CBD Reference: VG/401107 Closing Date: 12-Nov-2014 Salary Range: $139,527 - $156,271 Job Duration: N/A Attachments: Director Investigations.docx (Word, 42KB) Director Major Investigations, October 2014.docx (Word, 43KB) Job Specification PD Preview: Preview unavailable for this role Contact: Carly Hobday 9613 6222 Position Details The office of the Victorian Ombudsman is currently seeking applicants for an exciting and challenging role in a dynamic public sector office committed to promoting excellence in public administration. The attributes suitable candidates must possess include: Proven leadership ability and management experience in building and developing a high performing team Acknowledged expertise in public administration and government including a thorough understanding of the principles of administrative review and administrative law. Substantial investigation and/or project management experience dealing with complex subject matter A relevant tertiary qualification in public policy, social sciences, law or management Outstanding written and oral communication skills
ADVERTISER: Vic Gov website
SALARY: $139,527 - $156,271
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