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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.
ADVERTISER: Insight Intelligence - An Academy recommended employer.
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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JOB TITLE:

INVESTIGATORS Factual/Surveillance

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: Sydney
DATE:   08/11/2014
DESCRIPTION: Investigators INVESTIGATORS We required factual investigators for all NSW Metro and Country areas especially Sydney and Wollongong for General Insurance Investigation. Experienced and CAPI license essential, premium rates paid. Reply: ciemploy@bigpond.net.au
ADVERTISER: Ciemploy on Adzuna
SALARY: Not specified
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JOB TITLE:

Townsville Surveillance Investigator

JOB TYPE: Surveillance Investigator
LOCATION: Townsville, NSW
DATE:   06/11/2014
DESCRIPTION: I have a client who requires a surveillance agent in Townsville, send me your resume, do not call me, i will forward to the client, this job vacancy will expire November 7th. michael@riskoz.com
ADVERTISER: ASA
SALARY: Not specified
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JOB TITLE:

AML Primary Investigator

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: Sydney , NSW
DATE:   02/11/2014
DESCRIPTION: The Risk Management Group (RMG) is an independent, centralised unit responsible for assessing and monitoring risks across Macquarie. This includes market and liquidity risk, credit risk, compliance risk and operational risk. RMG personnel liaise closely with all operating areas to ensure risks are understood and properly managed. The Compliance Division within Macquarie's Risk Management Group provides compliance support and advice to Macquarie's operating businesses. Compliance staff are aligned with Macquarie's operating businesses, assisting those businesses to manage their compliance risks. Role Overview As a Primary Investigator your main responsibility will be to work daily alerts in relation to the Transaction Monitoring Program for the Banking and Financial Services products in compliance with Macquarie's Anti Money Laundering / Counter Terrorism Financing policy. Daily alerts will involve the assessment of client's activities to identify and investigate any unusual patterns or behaviours. In the event that a suspicion is formed it will be the primary Investigators responsibility to compile a case for review by the AML Manager and assist with it's submission to the regulator (AUSTRAC). Key Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Critical analysis of transaction and account alerts Extract, understand and interpret data and communicate this to both expert and senior audiences Work closely with the team and a variety of stakeholders Report on status and progress to management Prepare various reports and statements to Regulatory authorities Investigate and prepare Suspicious Matter Reports Ideally the successful applicant will have Experience and knowledge of Retail banking products Or Experience in a similar role in AML, fraud monitoring or investigations. The ability to multi-task priorities, manage deadlines and pick up new ideas and concepts quickly Strong technical, analytical and (written and verbal) communication skills Methodical approach with high attention to detail Ability to work independently and as part of a team To be considered for this opportunity you will be a team player with strong attention to detail and a commitment to delivering high quality outcomes. Risk Management Group (RMG) is an independent, centralised unit responsible for assessing and monitoring risks across Macquarie. This includes market and liquidity risk, credit risk, compliance risk and operational risk. RMG personnel liaise closely with all operating areas to ensure risks are understood and properly managed. Find out more about Macquarie careers at www.macquarie.com/careers
ADVERTISER: Macquarie
SALARY: Not specified
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JOB TITLE:

Assistant Director, Case Manager Investigations

JOB TYPE: Compliance
LOCATION: Melbourne, VIC
DATE:   02/11/2014
DESCRIPTION: Department of Industry Closing date: Monday, 10 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: Assistant Director, Case Manager Investigations Division: Anti-Dumping Commission (ADC) Branch: Operations Branch Job Type: Ongoing, Full-time Salary: $93,975 - $101,278 Location: Docklands - VIC Classification: Executive Level 1 Agency Employment Act: PS Act 1999 Position No: 0075TB Agency Website: http://www.industry.gov.au Job Description Duties This particular job role will have a strong focus on conducting investigations and providing associated advisory services to all stakeholders. This represents a significant contribution to the efficient and effective operation of the anti-dumping system. While often working independently and autonomously, the role is primarily responsible for taking a proactive approach in managing a highly productive multidisciplinary team to deliver high quality outcomes in a technically complex legal and policy environment. You will use your demonstrated managerial and planning skills, coupled with your inquisitive nature, to conduct investigations, reviews, inquiries and compliance activities under Australia’s anti-dumping and countervailing system. You will be accountable for: • managing a multi-disciplinary team and building a positive and productive team environment; identifying and addressing development needs; guiding, mentoring and giving appropriate feedback and support; assessing staff performance and acknowledging individual/team performance and achievements • decisions taken in relation to the conduct of investigations, reviews, inquiries and compliance activities under Australia’s anti-dumping and countervailing system. • planning and managing the conduct of investigations, reviews, inquiries and compliance activities under Australia’s anti-dumping and countervailing system; • preparing complex briefs, correspondence, reports and advice for senior management and the Minister; • consulting and advising on analytical assessments of policy/legal issues, quantitative data and financial business information; • maintaining networks with government, industry and international stakeholders; • liaising with representatives of domestic and international industry members and government agencies; • managing work, delegating tasks, and prioritising workflow in a fast-paced environment with tight legislative deadlines; • effectively presenting issues and recommendations to senior management for action; • utilising advanced Excel techniques to collect, analyse and manipulate complex data obtained during inquiries; and • leading small teams on domestic and international industry/importer/exporter visits to verify complex financial data in sometimes challenging environments (domestic travel will typically involve up to 4 days away from home, while overseas travel will typically involve up to 15 days away from home). Eligibility Tertiary qualifications or extensive experience are essential in the fields of accounting, economics, business, commerce or law. It is desirable that you have relevant industry knowledge or experience. Relevant fields include manufacturing, international trade, business analysis, business practices and market operations, accounting (cost, financial or forensic accounting), auditing, corporate law and company structures, transfer pricing, taxation, commercial investigation. **Please note that this opportunity is only available to current Australian Public Service employees.** To Apply Position Contact: Jeff Kelly, (02) 6260 8788 Agency Recruitment Site: http://www.industry.gov.au
ADVERTISER: ASPC
SALARY: $93,975 - $101,278
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JOB TITLE:

Complaints & Reporting Officer

JOB TYPE: Compliance
LOCATION: Pyrmont, NSW
DATE:   02/11/2014
DESCRIPTION: Australian Communications and Media Authority Closing date: Tuesday, 4 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: Complaints & Reporting Officer Division: Content, Consumer and Citizen Branch: Broadcasting Safeguards Section: Broadcasting Investigations Job Type: Ongoing, Non-ongoing (Temporary), Full-time Location: Pyrmont - NSW Classification: APS Level 6 Agency Employment Act: PS Act 1999 Position No: 1311 Job Description Duties The Broadcasting Investigations Section manages complaints and queries about broadcast content and investigates alleged breaches of relevant codes of practice, standards and the Broadcasting Services Act. This position is essential to the efficient operation of the Broadcasting Investigations Section, with responsibilities for: responding to complaints and queries about broadcast content, referring valid complaints for investigation, producing reports on complaints and investigation statistics, providing high-level administrative support to compliance and investigations officers and other duties as required. Notes Non-ongoing opportunity will be offered for a specified term This is a non-ongoing vacancy available for up to 12 months. There is the possibility that the position may become ongoing within the next 12 months. **Please note that this opportunity is only available to current Australian Public Service employees.** About Australian Communications and Media Authority The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) is responsible for the regulation of broadcasting, the internet, radiocommunications and telecommunications. Its role includes promoting self-regulation and competition in the communications industry, while protecting consumers and other users; fostering an environment in which electronic media respect community standards and respond to audience and user needs; managing access to the radiofrequency spectrum; and representing Australia’s communications interests internationally. ACMA has central offices in Canberra, Melbourne and Sydney, with regional offices and operations centres throughout Australia. Visit ACMA’s website at www.acma.gov.au for further information regarding this role and ACMA. Your interest in ACMA as a potential employer is appreciated. To Apply Agency Recruitment Site: http://www.acma.gov.au/theACMA/About/Careers/Life-at-the-ACMA/job
ADVERTISER: ACMA
SALARY: Salary: $76,767 - $86,738
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JOB TITLE:

Factual Investigator.

JOB TYPE: Factual Investigator
LOCATION: Adelaide, SA
DATE:   31/10/2014
DESCRIPTION: Factual Investigator 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 Factual CTP Investigator in South Australia, with an opportunity to move to full-time for the right person. Please note: only experienced investigators with a current Private Security Individual licence 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 Factual investigative experience Professional and ethical approach to investigations Experience with Interviewing Good report writing skills Previous experience within the CTP Investigation Industry A current investigators and drivers licence in SA An understanding of applicable legislation 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:

Senior Probity Investigator

JOB TYPE: Compliance
LOCATION: Brisbane, QLD
DATE:   31/10/2014
DESCRIPTION: Justice and Attorney-General (Organisation site) Gaming Services Branch;Licensing Division; Office of Liquor and Gaming Regulation; Brisbane Key duties and accountabilities • Investigate, or lead a team of probity officers in investigating the suitability of organisations and individuals. • Undertake research of major liquor and gaming licensees including the analysis of financial reports and the review of complex corporate structures. • Initiate show cause action in instances where grounds exist to review the continued suitability of a licence holder. • Investigate suspected breaches of legislation and invoke a variety of remedial actions. • Gather evidence and prepare briefs of evidence and other complex reports for senior management’s consideration. • Assist with the supervision, training and development of staff members. • Assist with the compilation, preparation and delivery of legislative and investigative methodology training sessions to staff members Applications to remain current for 12 months. Job details Job type Temporary Full-time Occupational group Auditing & Compliance Classification AO6 Workplace Location Brisbane - CBD Job ad reference QLD/151114/14 Closing date 11-Nov-2014 Fortnightly salary $3210.70 - $3435.10 Job duration UP TO 9 MONTHS with possible extension Contact person Ron Austin Contact details Ph: (07) 3872 0918
ADVERTISER: JAG
SALARY: Yearly salary $83764 - $89619
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JOB TITLE:

Director Investigations (Regional Office Head)

JOB TYPE: Compliance
LOCATION: Brisbane, QLD
DATE:   31/10/2014
DESCRIPTION: Director Litigation; Environmental Services And Regulation; Brisbane To achieve the outcomes required by this role, you must be able to: • Lead and manage the Unit, ensuring the preparation and delivery in a timely manner of high level submissions, briefings, reports, correspondence and presentations on significant litigation and other legal and policy issues for Cabinet, the Minister, the Executive Management Team and senior management. • Deliver strategic legal and policy advice on the management of current and prospective litigation, the interpretation and application of complex legislation and departmental policies administered by the Department to the Minister, the Executive Management Team and senior management and undertake high level case work as required. • Critically assess and analyse legal issues relevant to EHP and provide strategic legal advice to the Minister, the Executive Management Team and other senior management on any potential risk/exposure to EHP and develop solutions to manage and minimise that risk. • Ensure legal matters affecting EHP’s interest are managed in a coordinated and strategic manner to achieve favourable outcomes for EHP and relevant stakeholders. • Represent and manage the representation of EHP’s interest in the Magistrates Court, District Court, Supreme Court, Land Count, Planning and Environment Court and Appellate Courts. • Represent and manage the representation of EHP interest in the prosecution of indictable offences under legislation administered by EHP in conjunction with the Director of Public Prosecutions. • Manage and facilitate professional relationships between EHP and external legal providers including Crown Law. • Work collaboratively with other areas of EHP to identify, develop and conduct training and professional development workshops for lawyers, investigators and other officers within EHP. • Develop and continuously review appropriate processes to improve the delivery of high quality legal advice and the provision of expert legal services for the whole of EHP. • Work collaboratively with other areas within EHP and across Government to develop and facilitate new directions and initiatives in legal and policy issues concerning EHP’s business. Within the context of the duties described above, the ideal applicant will be someone who can: • Demonstrate leadership and management skills to effectively manage a team of legal and non-legal staff and a budget of approximately $2 million. • Demonstrate a high level of expertise in criminal advocacy and civil litigation. • Demonstrate a high level of negotiation and mediation skills in a court setting, a managerial setting as well as a stakeholder setting. • High level knowledge of environmental management issues and relevant legislation (amongst others) such as the Environmental Protection Act , Nature Conservation Act, Queensland Heritage Act, Marine Parks Act, Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Act, Criminal Code, Evidence Act and Justices Act. • Demonstrated ability to develop and maintain consultative relationships with internal clients (including the Minister for Environment), investigators, legal profession and the Officer of the Director of Public Prosecution. • Demonstrated high level research, analytical and problem solving skills and proven ability to develop options and solutions both within the Litigation Unit and the Department. • Demonstrated project management skills, including high level managerial and legal training. Applications to remain current for 12 months. Job details Job type Permanent Full-time Occupational group Justice & Legal Classification SO Workplace Location Brisbane - CBD Job ad reference QLD/150781/14 Closing date 10-Nov-2014 Fortnightly salary $4599.60 - $5046.20 Job duration Contact person Dean Ellwood Contact details Ph: (07) 3330 5628
ADVERTISER: Environment and Heritage Protection
SALARY: Yearly salary $120000 - $131651
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JOB TITLE:

Investigator OEH 408-14 Three Positions

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: Regional NSW, NSW
DATE:   31/10/2014
DESCRIPTION: Legal Services Branch - Sydney NSW Location: Goulburn Street, Sydney / Queanbeyan / Dubbo (Regional locations will be considered) Job Grade Classification: Environment Officer Class 10 Employment Status: Temporary Full-time Vacancy Ref: OEH 408-14 Support and conduct investigations of serious or major conservation and environmental incidents and suspected breaches of relevant legislation on behalf of Office of Environment and Heritage, and the Environment Protection Authority and other cluster agencies and to conduct enforcement and investigation training. Job Notes: There are three Temporary Full-Time positions available for up to 12 months. Regional locations such as Queanbeyan and Dubbo will be considered. Please do not submit copies of qualifications online. If you are invited to attend an interview you will be required to produce relevant documentation then. Electronic applications must be MS Office 2003 compatible. Late applications will not be accepted. This is a temporary position for a period up to 12 months. Overseas applicants must have a current working visa to apply for this position. New employment legislation now applies to the NSW public sector from 24 February 2014. All current and new employees will be employed at a classification level and assigned to a role rather than appointed to a position. Employees may be re-assigned to other roles at the same classification over time, in line with organisation priorities and/or personal development plans. Information Package: Jason Bentley (02) 9995 6173 or Caterina Giglio (02) 9995 6187 or by using the following link: To Apply: Please submit a resume and covering letter. Your application should address the focus capabilities outlined in the role description (see the NSW Capability Framework) incorporating your understanding and experience of the accountabilities of the role. Please note, you must address the three pre-screening questions in Taleo as part of your application. Applications Close: Sunday 9 November 2014
ADVERTISER: Office of Environment and Heritage
SALARY: Not specified
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JOB TITLE:

Investigator

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: Sydney , NSW
DATE:   31/10/2014
DESCRIPTION: Harness Racing New South Wales (HRNSW) and Greyhound Racing New South Wales (GRNSW) conducts the commercial and regulatory functions of the harness and greyhound racing industries in NSW. Operating under theHarness Racing Act 2009 and the Greyhound Racing Act 2009, both Controlling bodies are chartered to operate autonomously of government in managing the strategic and commercial development of their industries. A position exists for an Investigator, to be shared by both HRNSW and GRNSW on a 60/40 arrangement. The suitable candidate will be a direct employee of HRNSW, however is required to perform duties under the direction of GRNSW. The position is based at both Bankstown and Rhodes however travel throughout NSW is required. This is a key position within the Integrity Departments, and will be involved in the day to day regulatory regime. The successful applicant will be required to undertake the following tasks: Ensure compliance by licensed persons and Clubs with the Harness Racing Act 2009,the Greyhound Racing Act 2009,and the Rules and Policies, Undertake investigations including interviews, Analyse evidence and data, Prepare reports and briefs of evidence, including making recommendations and findings, Undertake raceday and non-raceday observations of animals and persons, Provide advice on strategies for both animal and human drug testing, Ensure compliance of all venues in accordance with policies and procedures, Assist in the preparation and implementation of policies and procedures, Provide strategic support and advice to your direct reports, Travel maybe required. This role requires work outside of normal business hours, and may include working at nights, weekends and public holidays. The applicant should have the following skills and qualifications, An understanding of the industries, Previous experience within a regulatory environment, An understanding of domestic tribunals and the Rules of Racing for both codes, Experience in conducting investigations, analysing of evidence and data, Experience in undertaking complex interviews and preparations of statements. You will demonstrate the ability to work effectively at all levels of an organisation, utilising excellent written and verbal communication skills. You will be proficient in using Microsoft Office. Commitment to working in a team environment and adherence to the Staff Policy Manual and Code of Conduct. The successful applicant will be provided a remuneration package based upon their relevant experience. Please send applications by 5pm, 12 November 2014. Please send resume and cover letter to jobs@hrnsw.com.au For further information please call Mr Michael Prentice on (02) 9722 6600
ADVERTISER: Harness Racing New South Wales (HRNSW)
SALARY: Not specified
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JOB TITLE:

Risk & Compliance Specialist

JOB TYPE: Compliance
LOCATION: Melbourne, VIC
DATE:   28/10/2014
DESCRIPTION: This innovative and expanding services organisation has introduced a sophisticated and unique technology portal solution to a wide range of professional services and practitioner organisations throughout Australia. An exciting opportunity is now available for a risk & compliance specialist to work across a diversified portfolio of accountabilities with opportunities to engage all levels of the organisation. The key focus areas of the role will predominantly include monthly risk review processes and risk profiling across business units and core functions; data gathering and reporting and the delivery and monitoring of internal assurance initiatives. Additionally the role will be involved in business continuity management and information security assessments. To be considered, you will be an accomplished risk management and assurance professional backed with a working knowledge of risk management, assurance and compliance frameworks, methodologies and processes. Inquisitive and pro-active by nature, you demonstrate sound commercial acumen, lateral thinking, a sense of urgency and the ability to work with stakeholders at all levels. This integral specialist role suits a highly motivated individual looking to scale up their risk and compliance skills at a functional and enterprise level and position themselves for a future leadership role. To register your interest in this opportunity please apply online by clicking on the link below or visit www.marshallmcadam.com.au for more information please contact Tony Megally on 03 8399 9304.
ADVERTISER: www.marshallmcadam.com.au
SALARY: Not Specified
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JOB TITLE:

Compliance Officer

JOB TYPE: Compliance
LOCATION: Bunbury & South West, WA
DATE:   28/10/2014
DESCRIPTION: The City of Busselton has a vision. We’re committed to protecting the environment, while allowing for growth. We’re committed to strengthening our community while recognising and valuing diversity. We strive for the highest standards of organisational performance. If you’ve got the necessary expertise, experience and enthusiasm, we’ve got the best place to be! An exciting opportunity exists for an experienced and enthusiastic professional to join our Planning and Development Services team. In this role you will assist the compliance function of the City by undertaking inspection upon notice of Planning and Building completions, the inspection of swimming pools in accordance with the Building Act 2011, and administer compliance with City local law affecting public land, including signage control. You will be required to negotiate compliance or where necessary collect evidence and prepare reports for the undertaking of prosecutions. To be successful in gaining this position you will be able to demonstrate: Developed ability to interpret and apply legislation Developed verbal and written communication Developed keyboard and computer literacy Developed time management and organisation skills Developed interpersonal and customer service skills Developed negotiation and conflict resolution Current ‘C’ Motor Drivers License For position requirements and details on how to apply visit www.busselton.wa.gov.au. With further queries please contact Human Resources on (08) 9781 0444. Applications close 16:30 Friday 07 November 2014.
ADVERTISER: www.busselton.wa.gov.au.
SALARY: $56,317.41 - $60,575.46
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JOB TITLE:

Risk Consultant

JOB TYPE: Fraud Control
LOCATION: Adelaide, SA
DATE:   28/10/2014
DESCRIPTION: Jardine Lloyd Thompson Pty Limited (JLT) is an international group of Insurance Brokers, Risk Management Consultants and Employee Benefits Specialists and one of the largest companies of its type in the world. JLT Australia employs over 850 industry professionals in all states and territories and is a wholly owned subsidiary of the largest quoted British and European insurance broking group. We offer a distinctive choice through our combination of specialism, innovation and geographical reach. This allows us to deliver a total solution, tailored to the unique risk and insurance needs of our clients. JLT's Adelaide branch provides a niche risk management consulting services for our SA based client group. We are looking for a motivated professional to join our consulting services team. The position calls for a well-organised person with a high level of client engagement skills, you will ideally have a demonstrated ability to work as part of a team contributing to the delivery of multiple projects. As a Risk Consultant you can expect to work in a high performing team focused on assisting clients implement business improvement strategies across a number of areas including: Assessing and developing risk management frameworks Facilitating risk workshops Advising on business continuity risk Delivering fraud risk and internal control programs Developing risk mitigation strategies To be successful in this role, you will ideally have: Tertiary qualifications in a management discipline, or demonstrable skills suitable to the role Knowledge of ISO 31000 risk management & AS 5050 business continuity management standards Knowledge of internal control & fraud risk management Excellent verbal and written communication skills Negotiation skills Strong presentation skills Understanding of Local Government advantageous. You will be supported in an evolving and challenging environment by like-minded people to develop solutions through debate and discussion. They like you are self-starters who can manage their time effectively and educate themselves while contributing to the team performance. Previous experience in providing professional services consulting is a prerequisite for this position. The position will require travel both intrastate and interstate. JLT Pty Ltd - Human Resources humanresources@jlta.com.au www.jlta.com.au
ADVERTISER: Jardine Lloyd Thompson Pty Limited (JLT)
SALARY: Not Specified
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JOB TITLE:

Manager, Enterprise Risk Management & Fraud Prevention / Control

JOB TYPE: Fraud Control
LOCATION: Wollongong, Illawarra & South Coast, NSW
DATE:   28/10/2014
DESCRIPTION: Position Ref Number: 218735 Employment Type: Permanent Full Time Salary Rate: Salary from: 132695.00 Salary to: 148781.00 Location:Wollongong Position Summary Please note: Employment of a temporary visa holder may only occur if no suitable permanent resident or citizen of Australia has been identified for this position following suitable labour market testing. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply. An eligibility list will be created for similar future Temporary and Permanent Full-Time and Part-Time positions. The Manager, Enterprise Risk Management is responsible and accountable for: Provide strategic direction and leadership for the District risk management function to continually improve its overall effectiveness. Design, develop, implement, evaluate and continuously improve the risk management framework and systems, ensuring the risk framework is tailored to the organisations clinical and corporate business context, strategic objectives, Board and management needs, and complies with relevant standards, legislative requirements and best practice. Provide strategic and operational leadership and guidance to identify, manage and minimise actual risk exposure including facilitating risk reviews to provide assurance to the Board, Audit & Risk Management Committee, Chief Executive and senior management that critical risks are identified, analysed and are being managed. Develop and provide expert technical advice, services and recommendations to support the organisation wide implementation of effective risk management, liaising with all key stakeholders to enhance the understanding of risk management, identify the key risks categories and resolve any difficulties or obstacles that may hinder the organisation achieving best practice. Improve the Districts risk management system to meet emerging organisational needs and objectives to continually improve the efficiency and effectiveness of enterprise risk management, monitoring and reporting. Develop, implement and coordinate effective communications, professional staff development and knowledge transfer initiatives to enhance practices and performance and build risk management organisational capability. Conduct necessary research and analysis of activities and outcomes so as to provide strategic and operational recommendations to improve risk management performance. Design and implement systems and mechanisms to monitor, assess and report on the outcomes of the operation of risk management to the Board, Chief Executive, Audit & Risk Management Committee and senior management. Provide specialist advice and analysis, via the Integrated Risk Management Steering Committee, to the ISLHD Chief Executive and Executive on the portfolio of business risks impacting on the LHD’s. Effective management of fraud and corruption risk consistent with sound governance to protect the Districts resources including financial, property, information, integrity and reputation of the organisation. Key and leading role in ensuring effective fraud and corruption prevention systems, internal controls, procedures and required infrastructure are in place to reduce the risk of fraud and corruption occurring. Being the lead and overseeing the implementation of the Fraud and Corruption Policy & Control Plan of ISLHD for the period 2014 – 2016. Provision of reports and recommendations to the Chief Executive and other senior manager identifying areas of concerns and possible deficiencies in existing internal controls and procedures. Reports to include fraud prevention initiatives undertaken, evaluation of their effectiveness and planned initiatives. Ensuring all staff are aware of what constitutes fraud and corruption and their obligations to exercise care and diligence in the prevention and detection of fraud and corruption and maintain the highest standards of ethical behaviour. Conduct ongoing reviews of the Districts fraud and corruption prevention strategies and systems to identify areas for improvement and facilitate development and implementation of prevention strategies and procedures. Ensuring fraud prevention and detection is incorporated into the Districts governance activities. To manage all non Workers Compensation, Motor Vehicle & Medical malpractice lines of insurance through TMF. Enquiries: Henry Kornacki, Director Finance Phone: 0242534806 Closing Date: 02/11/2014
ADVERTISER: NSW Government
SALARY: Not Specified
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JOB TITLE:

Experienced Insurance Surveillance Investigator

JOB TYPE: Surveillance Investigator
LOCATION: Brisbane, QLD
DATE:   28/10/2014
DESCRIPTION: 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 License 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
ADVERTISER: G4S Compliance & Investigations
SALARY: Not Specified
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JOB TITLE:

Internal Claims Adjuster - Forster

JOB TYPE: Loss Adjuster
LOCATION: Port Macquarie & Mid North Coast , QLD
DATE:   28/10/2014
DESCRIPTION: Crawford & Company Crawford & Company (crawfordandcompany.com) is the world's largest independent provider of claims management solutions to the risk management and insurance industry as well as self-insured entities. Crawford & Company has an expansive global network serving clients in more than 70 countries. The Role An exciting new role has become available in our Forster office where the successful applicant will provide administration and clerical assistance to a Loss Adjuster, provide accurate word processing, deliver a high level of general office support, and manage and assist with insurance claims as required. This role has the potential for the right candidate to work on their own insurance claims. This role will initially be for 3 days a week (approximately) on a casual basis, with the opportunity to increase as the business grows. Duties and Responsibilities • Solve client and insured queries effectively and respond to incoming calls • Accurate typing of correspondence and reports • Manage maintenance of files • Accurately enter data and update the Claims Management System • Provide assistance and diary management as required • Deliver accurate and timely client reports • Manage and assist with domestic and commercial property insurance claims as required • Meet and exceed client expectations in accordance with Service Level Agreements • Build effective relationships with customers, loss adjusters and external service providers • Accurately complete ad hoc administration tasks Skills and Experience • Office administration/personal assistant experience • Experience with report writing and correspondence • Typing speed of 50 to 60 wpm • Proficient with Office 2010 applications such as Word, Excel and PowerPoint • Developed organisational and administration skills • Exceptional customer service skills with a strong customer focus • Attention to detail and a high level of professionalism • Strong communication skills (verbal, written, face to face and over the phone) • Insurance industry experience is highly regarded Culture & Benefits • Develop your skills with an industry leader • Become a part of a professional team environment • A range of employee discounts and healthcare benefits Applicants must have Australian working rights to be considered. Applications from Recruitment Agencies will not be considered.
ADVERTISER: Crawford and Company
SALARY: Not Specified
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JOB TITLE:

Calling All Loss Adjusters and Claims Gurus!!

JOB TYPE: Loss Adjuster
LOCATION: Sydney, NSW
DATE:   28/10/2014
DESCRIPTION: Do you have a strong property claims background? Are you looking for something different? This may be the role for you! Our client is seeking to engage the services of one who has a strong background in General Insurance Property Claims. You may have come from a Loss Adjusting or Property Claims background. You will be well connected in the general insurance industry, be personable, entrepreneurial, outgoing and energetic. If this sounds like you, read on! Due to business growth, our client has a new role available. This role reports directly to the General Manager and could best be described as a Loss Management Specialist role. The Role: The role is varied and involves seeking new business relationships, maintaining existing relationships, managing 'works in progress' to ensure timely completion, and more. The role is based in the Hills District and onsite parking is available. A fully maintained company vehicle is provided to ensure you perform your role efficiently. The role will see you with varied days; sometimes you may be in this office and other times you may be on the road. There is autonomy to plan your week. Commission is also paid on achievable KPI's thus there is the capability to increase your income. The Person Minimum 4 years property claims experience either as a claims consultant / team leader or loss adjuster Well known within the property claims arena High level written and verbal skills Professional presentation and the ability to ‘talk to anyone' Drive and enthusiasm to succeed An enjoyment of working in a fast paced environment with like-minded professionals The Rewards Fully maintained company vehicle Generous salary Achievable and generous commission Prestige office with onsite parking If you meet all of the above criteria please APPLY NOW to recruit@citywidepersonnel.com.au. Please send your CV in Word format. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. You can rest assured that your personal information will be treated with utmost confidentiality. [Unlike many other Recruitment Agencies CityWide will never forward a CV without candidate’s approval to do so.] CityWide Personnel values the contributions of a diverse workforce and is an equal opportunity employer.
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SALARY: Generous salary + Car + Commission
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JOB TITLE:

Major Loss Adjuster

JOB TYPE: Loss Adjuster
LOCATION: Sydney, NSW
DATE:   28/10/2014
DESCRIPTION: My client is a Leading Global Insurance Company who is currently looking for numerous Loss Adjusters to join their well established office in NSW. This is an opportunity not to miss. If you are an experienced Loss Adjuster and want to work in a dynamic and fast paced team but also self-motivated and driven to work as a part of a successful team, this is the job for you. The Opportunity This role will see you working in a team of loss adjusters and you will provide exceptional, professional and accurate information as well as resolve claims through investigating, negotiating and presenting evidence. The role will also require high production levels and continuing marketing calls as required. This role will see you making client visits as well as allocating work to your team. Duties include but are not limited to Substantial experience as a Loss Adjuster, and some experience in a range of domestic and commercial claims would be beneficial Thorough knowledge of insurance terminology, practices and conditions Clear English and report writing skills Understanding of basic business accounting procedures Good computer abilities, preferably previous use of an electronic claims system Your Details This opportunity is ideal for an experienced and professional Loss Adjuster who is driven, motivated and dynamic, who really want to further grow their career and join a strong team of Loss Adjusters To be considered you will possess the following · Extensive experience in dealing with large and complex commercial property and/or energy claims including complex business interruption matters is essential · Proven ability in the interpretation and application of diverse , complex and/or manuscript policy wordings · Substantial experience with complex negotiations and strong interpersonal flexibility is a necessity · Demonstrated capability in project managing large and/or catastrophic events · Ability to develop and maintain effective relationships with senior stakeholders, brokers and clients · Graduate Diploma of General Insurance (or equivalent) is essential Education and Qualifications required Loss Adjusting qualifications, or Professional qualifications applicable to the Loss Adjusting industry Member of the Chartered Institute of Loss Adjusters Drivers Licence Evidence of reporting skills may be required as part of your application To Apply To apply for this opportunity please click the apply button below, or alternatively please visit our Marks Sattin website on www.markssattin.com.au, or for more information or a confidential discussion, please call Ms. Alex White at Marks Sattin on +61 02 8088 3618. To keep up to date with industry news and career opportunities, please follow us on LinkedIn by clicking the link - http://linkd.in/1hXCUjq SK9960A
ADVERTISER: www.markssattin.com.au
SALARY: Competitve Base
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JOB TITLE:

Experienced Loss Adjuster

JOB TYPE: Loss Adjuster
LOCATION: Melbourne, VIC
DATE:   28/10/2014
DESCRIPTION: National Loss adjusting firm is seeking an experienced Senior Loss Adjuster with a minimum five to seven years of experience to join our team in the Melbourne office. You will be responsible for Investigating, analysing, and determining the extent of the insurance company's liability concerning property loss or damages, and attempt to effect settlement with claimants. If you possess a strong Insurance background in Domestic and Commercial Property Claims or Loss Adjusting Management and are seeking to grow in a management role in a short space of time to assist Cerno unleash its full potential then come and join one of the largest and most progressive loss adjusting houses in Australia. To be successful in this role you will possess: • Tertiary qualifications in insurance related field (preferred, but not essential) or previous experience working in the insurance industry. • AICLA or ANZIIF Membership preferred • Effective analytical and logical thinking capabilities • Ability to understand legislation relating to insurance claims • Drivers license and own motor vehicle. • Strong domestic and commercial claims background. • Ability to write, proof and edit detailed investigation reports, with strong attention to detail • High level of organisational and time management skills in a demanding and complex environment governed by strict deadlines and objectives • Excellent writing skills, grammar, spelling and report preparation abilities • Ability to work autonomously and as part of a team If you want to make a real difference, love a fast-paced environment and have a key focus on quality and outcomes, this would be a fantastic opportunity for you. Please forward your resume to recruitment@cerno.co To learn more about Cerno visit www.cerno.co "Cerno is an equal opportunity Employer" Apply Now! ONLY AUSTRALIAN CITIZENS AND PERMANENT RESIDENTS ARE ELIGIBLE FOR THIS ROLE.
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SALARY: Not Specified
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JOB TITLE:

Major Loss Adjuster

JOB TYPE: Loss Adjuster
LOCATION: Sydney, NSW
DATE:   24/09/2014
DESCRIPTION: Major Loss Adjuster Exciting Opportunity Career growth and development Competitve Salary The Company My client is a Leading Global Insurance Company who is currently looking for numerous Loss Adjusters to join their well established office in NSW. This is an opportunity not to miss. If you are an experienced Loss Adjuster and want to work in a dynamic and fast paced team but also self-motivated and driven to work as a part of a successful team, this is the job for you. The Opportunity This role will see you working in a team of loss adjusters and you will provide exceptional, professional and accurate information as well as resolve claims through investigating, negotiating and presenting evidence. The role will also require high production levels and continuing marketing calls as required. This role will see you making client visits as well as allocating work to your team. Duties include but are not limited to Substantial experience as a Loss Adjuster, and some experience in a range of domestic and commercial claims would be beneficial Thorough knowledge of insurance terminology, practices and conditions Clear English and report writing skills Understanding of basic business accounting procedures Good computer abilities, preferably previous use of an electronic claims system Your Details This opportunity is ideal for an experienced and professional Loss Adjuster who is driven, motivated and dynamic, who really want to further grow their career and join a strong team of Loss Adjusters To be considered you will possess the following · Extensive experience in dealing with large and complex commercial property and/or energy claims including complex business interruption matters is essential · Proven ability in the interpretation and application of diverse , complex and/or manuscript policy wordings · Substantial experience with complex negotiations and strong interpersonal flexibility is a necessity · Demonstrated capability in project managing large and/or catastrophic events · Ability to develop and maintain effective relationships with senior stakeholders, brokers and clients · Graduate Diploma of General Insurance (or equivalent) is essential Education and Qualifications required Loss Adjusting qualifications, or Professional qualifications applicable to the Loss Adjusting industry Member of the Chartered Institute of Loss Adjusters Drivers Licence Evidence of reporting skills may be required as part of your application To Apply To apply for this opportunity please click the apply button below, or alternatively please visit our Marks Sattin website on www.markssattin.com.au, or for more information or a confidential discussion, please call Ms. Alex White at Marks Sattin on +61 02 8088 3618. To keep up to date with industry news and career opportunities, please follow us on LinkedIn by clicking the link - http://linkd.in/1hXCUjq
ADVERTISER: Mark Stattin
SALARY: Not Specified
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JOB TITLE:

Major Loss Adjuster

JOB TYPE: Loss Adjuster
LOCATION: Melbourne, VIC
DATE:   24/09/2014
DESCRIPTION: Major Loss Adjuster Progressive Company Excellent Salary Package Oversees experience will be considered Our client a progressive Loss Adjusting firm, who has a network of branches nationally, is seeking an experienced Major Loss Adjuster to join their Sydney or Melbourne team. This challenging role will see you working on the largest and most complex risks within the company. Your efforts will not go unrecognized and you will be rewarded with a generous bonus as well as progression opportunities into a Senior Management role. To apply you must have proven Commercial Loss Adjusting experience or extensive commercial property claims experience. You must also have an excellent eye for detail, strong written and communication skills and a Diploma in Loss Adjusting is not essential but preferable. This is an ideal opportunity to make a difference to your working life and enjoy the rewards that go with it! For more information or a confidential discussion, please contact Debora Tomasetta on 02 8247 5703, quoting reference 142056. Please click the "Apply for this job" button below.
ADVERTISER: Porterallen Sydney
SALARY: Not Specified
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JOB TITLE:

Factual Investigator

JOB TYPE: Factual Investigator
LOCATION: Adelaide, SA
DATE:   24/09/2014
DESCRIPTION: 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 Factual CTP Investigator in South Australia, with an opportunity to move to full-time for the right person. Please note: only experienced investigators with a current Private Security Individual licence 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 Factual investigative experience Professional and ethical approach to investigations Experience with Interviewing Good report writing skills Previous experience within the CTP Investigation Industry A current investigators and drivers licence in SA An understanding of applicable legislation 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.com.au
SALARY: Not Specified
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JOB TITLE:

Fraud Analyst

JOB TYPE: Fraud Control
LOCATION: Sydney CBD location, NSW
DATE:   13/09/2014
DESCRIPTION: National Investigations Unit Excellent opportunity for a highly experienced Analyst to use their strong analytical and investigative skills Allianz Australia, part of the global Allianz Group, is one of the Australia’s leading providers of insurance and risk management products and services. ‎By ‎joining ‎Allianz, you are joining a company that offers a fast-paced, flexible ‎and ‎innovative ‎work environment and a rewarding career.‎ We have an opportunity for an experienced Fraud Analyst to join our National Investigations Unit. Reporting to the NIU Analyst Team Leader, you will work in a team of Fraud Analysts and Investigators to provide specialist investigation support into claim fraud through the provision of timely and insightful information gathered through open source and corporate repositories. Key responsibilities include: Providing complete information and metadata analysis to investigators across all General Insurance and Personal Lines products. Conducting research and liaising with investigators and legal advisers. Being fully conversant with social media and other internet sites as primary sources of data collection as well as developing innovative approaches in process and technology to integrate these information sources into NIU processes. At Allianz we value high performance. We recognise the contribution of our ‎employees ‎and reward them with a dedicated range of attractive benefits. ‎Whether you are ‎looking for a company that offers a variety of flexible leave options, ‎salary packaging or ‎substantial insurance discounts, Allianz has a range of benefits ‎to suit you. If this opportunity is of interest, please apply online with a current resume. Desired Skills and Experience Sydney CBD location National Investigations Unit Excellent opportunity for a highly experienced Analyst to use their strong analytical and investigative skills Allianz Australia, part of the global Allianz Group, is one of the Australia’s leading providers of insurance and risk management products and services. ‎By ‎joining ‎Allianz, you are joining a company that offers a fast-paced, flexible ‎and ‎innovative ‎work environment and a rewarding career.‎ We have an opportunity for an experienced Fraud Analyst to join our National Investigations Unit. Reporting to the NIU Analyst Team Leader, you will work in a team of Fraud Analysts and Investigators to provide specialist investigation support into claim fraud through the provision of timely and insightful information gathered through open source and corporate repositories. Key responsibilities include: Providing complete information and metadata analysis to investigators across all General Insurance and Personal Lines products. Conducting research and liaising with investigators and legal advisers. Being fully conversant with social media and other internet sites as primary sources of data collection as well as developing innovative approaches in process and technology to integrate these information sources into NIU processes. To be considered for this role you will possess: Extensive experience in complex investigations and fraud prevention roles within the finance industry or enforcement Experience in the development of an information or data collection plan and intelligence analysis Excellent analytical skills and an attention to detail Knowledge of investigation and legal processes in claims management Advanced verbal and written communication skills The ability to think laterally and find creative solutions with a flair for imaginative ways of furthering the investigation process Deep domain experience in Internet and social media research Advanced knowledge of new communication and data searching technologies Analyst Notebook experience preferable Solid customer engagement focus The ability to work independently and productively in a small team At Allianz we value high performance. We recognise the contribution of our ‎employees ‎and reward them with a dedicated range of attractive benefits. ‎Whether you are ‎looking for a company that offers a variety of flexible leave options, ‎salary packaging or ‎substantial insurance discounts, Allianz has a range of benefits ‎to suit you. If this opportunity is of interest, please apply online with a current resume.
ADVERTISER: Allianz Australia Limited
SALARY: Not Specified
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JOB TITLE:

Surveillance Officers

JOB TYPE: Surveillance Investigator
LOCATION: Alice Springs, NT
DATE:   13/09/2014
DESCRIPTION: A rare opportunity has arisen within the Surveillance Department for up to two (2) full time Surveillance Operators. Working in a newly constructed and purpose built facility the duties include: - Basic surveillance of staff, cash control and gaming - Monitor, observe and report on the casino operations through visual or remote observation including electronic surveillance and recording - Input information and respond to signals related to electronic surveillance - Operate keyboard instruments within an integrated surveillance system - Coordinate, monitor and record Security Officers using radio frequency. Desired Skills and Experience To be successful for this position you will need to demonstrate: • Experience working in the surveillance and / or gaming industry; • Ability to communicate and deal with people at all levels; • Ability to work autonomously as well as in a team environment. • Ability to maintain accurate records and reports; and • Flexibility to work days, nights and weekends. The successful applicant must be able to obtain a Casino Operatives Licence which involves criminal history checks and government probity checks. About this companyFollow company Lasseters is the centre of entertainment in Alice Springs offering guests 205 deluxe style accommodation rooms, at 4½ star rating, which allow visitors to experience modern facilities in a desert setting. All rooms and suites have their own private balcony or courtyard with views of the MacDonnell Ranges, the Alice Springs Golf Course or the famous dry Todd River. Lasseters has four restaurants, two bars, a sports lounge, a night club, an international standard casino and adjoins the Alice Springs Convention Center. Your experience is enhanced with access to our onsite gym, resort-style pool and spa, free WiFi proprty-wide, business centre, complimentary use of bicycles and transfer services. Lasseters is currently undergoing a $35 million development which has seen the completion of a new 66-room Premium hotel wing, and heated pool and spa. A commercial gym, massage and treatment room, VIP gaming room, and new 180-seat contemporary Australian restaurant have now been completed. The next stage is the reconfiguration of the casino entrance and improved car parking. Lasseters was awarded the 'Best Deluxe Accommodation in the NT' at the 2013 NT Brolga Awards as well as the 'Chairman's Choice Award' for overall business excellence. A full length commercial of the premises & surrounds can be viewed on youtube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dbVWRRo0l0g
ADVERTISER: Lasseters Hotel Casino
SALARY: Not Specified
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JOB TITLE:

Crime Scene Officer (Vehicle Examiner) - Forensic Services

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: Alexandria, NSW
DATE:   13/09/2014
DESCRIPTION: Crime Scene Officer (Vehicle Examiner) - Forensic Services Group, Alexandria Clerk Grade 5/6 Permanent Full-Time ALEXANDRIA CLOSING DATE: Sunday 21 September 2014 at 11.59pm Job Notes: To be eligible to apply for this permanent position, you must meet one of the following status: an Australian Citizen a permanent Australian resident or citizen of New Zealand Applicants must hold a current driver’s licence with no traffic offences recorded on their driving history within the last twelve (12) months. It would be advantageous is applicants held a current heavy vehicle licence. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply. For your application to be considered, you must: Give written responses addressing each of the selection criteria using the text boxes provided in the online application; or Attach a document addressing each of the selection criteria to your application. Attach an up-to-date resume to your application. The successful applicant will be subject to a rigorous National Police Check (criminal history) prior to commencement. Applications can only be submitted electronically online via the Jobs.NSW website. To download information to assist in applying for this position click here To download a full Position Description click here Please note: Do not delete any files from your Jobs.NSW candidate profile that you upload as part of your application until you know the outcome of any job for which they are relevant. If you delete a file from your candidate profile that is marked "relevant" for a job application then the contact officer will not be able to see the file as a part of your application. Position Description The Crime Scene Officer (Vehicle Examiner), Engineering Investigation Section conducts technical examinations of various types of vehicles involved in collisions or that are stolen and re-birthed. Completes statements and gives expert evidence in Court. Provides technical support to Crime Scene Officers and frontline Police. The position attends, assesses, records/collects and processes forensic evidence from both crime scenes and persons (living or deceased). Complies with standard Forensic Services Group policies and procedures that often require meticulousness and attention to detail. Determines how forensic evidence will be processed including further technical evaluation and/or establishing laboratory analysis requirements in conjunction with supervisors and relevant experts. Provides advice to investigators and finalises case results. Maintains accurate case records via electronic and manual systems. Selection Criteria • Appropriate practical forensic science experience/training or equivalent in a multi-disciplined environment. • Appropriate qualifications (e.g. Licensed Motor Mechanic, Panel Beater, Spray Painter) and/or practical experience in photography and technical forensic evidence recovery relevant to the area. • Demonstrated proven conceptual, analytical and problem solving skills. • Excellent communication and customer service skills. • Willingness to attend major crime scenes throughout the State, including those of a bio-hazardous nature. • Willingness to undergo security-vetting procedures, prior to appointment. • Willingness to operate on a seven day roster, undertake rotational “on call” duties. • Current full drivers licence with a clear driving record for the past 12 months. • Knowledge of health and safety responsibilities and commitment to attending relevant health and safety training.
ADVERTISER: NSW Police
SALARY: $75,559 - $83,371
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JOB TITLE:

Stewards Investigative Officer

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: Perth, WA
DATE:   13/09/2014
DESCRIPTION: Whether we're driving up our turnover of over $2 billion a year, or supporting WA racing by distributing our profits to benefit our participants, we are 100% committed to providing a sustainable future for the WA Racing industry. We have to be – over 33,000 West Australians right across our state participate in it. At Racing and Wagering WA we take pride in making a difference. Our unique business model means we provide career opportunities that are diverse, interesting and challenging. We know people contribute their best when their personal values and ours are one and the same – that means being positive and productive at work and enjoying our achievements together. Whatever your passion our success is a team sport. Stewards Investigative Officer The opportunity Applications are invited for the full time position of Assistant Investigator to work as part of a small team based in Ascot. This role will assist in maintaining and enforcing the industry’s integrity standards and for ensuring racing in WA is free of corruption or malpractice in the three codes of racing (Thoroughbred, Harness and Greyhound), wagering and administrative areas. The position will require your ability to coordinate and undertake sampling of animals and humans, stable inspections surveillance and other operational functions across all three codes. You will acquire and utilise knowledge of the racing environment, and the judicial procedures in place, for the purpose of investigating matters arising in each code. Candidates should be aware that this position entails significant evening, weekend, public holiday and out of standard hours work, plus intrastate travel. A vehicle is provided for contributory private use as part of an attractive salary package. About you Ideally to be successful in this role you will have • Investigative experience in a racing or policing environment; • Knowledge and understanding of the racing and wagering industry • Ability to maintain strict confidentiality • Ability to use initiative, discretion and judgement to enable the management and resolution of racing issues and problems • Excellent problem solving and analytical skills • Excellent communication, negotiating and interpersonal skills, with the ability to write reports • Possession of a relevant tertiary qualification Your reward • Contribute to the success and integrity of WA Racing; • Become part of an organisation committed to living our core values; • Learning and development opportunities; • Contribute to an industry with over a 2 billion dollar turnover. How to apply • Prepare a brief cover letter outlining how you meet each of the above criteria; • Include an indication of your salary expectations; • Forward your CV and covering letter via the application link. For more information about us and this position please refer to our website. Your covering letter, along with a copy of your resume, should please be sent by close of business Th
ADVERTISER: RWWA
SALARY: Not Specified
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JOB TITLE:

Investigations Officer - VIC Office

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: Melbourne, VIC
DATE:   13/09/2014
DESCRIPTION: Investigations Officer - VIC 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. One of the main objectives of the National Scheme is to protect the public by ensuring that only health practitioners who are suitably trained and qualified to practice in a competent and ethical manner are registered. AHPRA is looking for 2 x Investigators to work in our Melbourne office on a 12 month fixed term contract. You will be managing the process for individual notifications which relate to conduct, health impairment or performance from the assessment stage through to any action deemed necessary by the relevant Board The ideal applicant has enthusiasm and maturity to work in a challenging and high volume regulatory environment, with keen attention to detail, the ability to multi task while maintaining high levels of accuracy and professionalism. Experience in applying legislation, policy, procedures or standards, particularly in a health or legal setting, and qualifications in a health profession or law / legal studies are highly desirable. In this role you will be reporting to the Team Leader - Notifications and will be expected to: Seek and analyse information relating to notifications about practitioners under the National Law Prepare highly professional, accurate and detailed reports, recommendations and correspondence for boards, committees and stakeholders Effectively deal with risk and ambiguity Resolve problems independently and escalate issues when required Communicate effectively with a broad range of internal and external stakeholders including other regulatory agencies, clinicians, private and public health entities, board members and members of the public Ensure relevant databases and records are always up-to-date What we offer: A friendly and supportive working culture in modern offices A great work / life balance A stimulating and evolving regulation organisation A friendly and supportive working culture For detailed information about this role and TO APPLY please visit: http://www.ahpra.gov.au/About-AHPRA/Careers-at-AHPRA/Investigations-Officer-Victoria.aspx Applications must directly address our specific selection criteria in order to be considered. Applications close Wednesday 17th September 2014 at 4PM. For initial enquiries please call Alex Pusenjak, Human Resources (Victoria) on 03 8708 9541
ADVERTISER: The Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA)
SALARY: Not Specified
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JOB TITLE:

Factual Investigators - general Insurance NSW, VIC & QLD

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: NSW VIC QLD, Australia Wide
DATE:   13/09/2014
DESCRIPTION: Factual Investigators - NSW, VIC & QLD Quantumcorp is an innovative market leader. We are currently recruiting the best factual investigators to compliment our rapid growth within the NSW, VIC and QLD investigation markets. The Role: The role will see you conducting investigations into all manner of general insurance claims including but not limited to: Motor vehicle thefts; Motor Vehicle Accidents; Home Burglary and Fire Claims Travel Claims Fire Claims The Ideal Candidate To be successful in the role you will have: Demonstrated previous experience as a General Insurance investigator Understanding of insurance claim processes Understanding of the Insurance Contracts Act and Code of Practice A current full CAPI Licence Strong analytical and communication skills Proven ability to conduct in depth interviews Proven report writing skills Demonstrated ability to work autonomously and manage investigations to meet set KPI's Digitial Voice Recorder Laptop Computer Internet Camera REWARDS As a Quantumcorp investigator you will receive: Flexibility (independent carriage of investigation caseload to suit your abilities) On-going training and management support to develop as an investigator. 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 succeed and contribute to your future. Please apply directly to Frank Colborne, National Manager GI Investigations generalinsurance@quantumcorp.com.au
ADVERTISER: Quantum Corp
SALARY: Not Specified
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JOB TITLE:

Senior Investigator / Investigator

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: Sydney , NSW
DATE:   13/09/2014
DESCRIPTION: Senior Investigator Vacancy Senior Investigator, Disability Reportable Incidents, Clerk Grade 9/10, Disability Reportable Incidents Division, Human Services Branch Role No: CFR 14/018 Salary Range: $97,883 - $107,863 pa - total remuneration package up to $119,557 pa (package includes salary, employer superannuation and annual leave loading) Role: Coordinate and supervise the work of a small team established to oversight and monitor the progress and outcome of agency investigations; conduct direct investigations; audit agency systems and policies; handle complaints; and deliver education/training activities. Targeted Questions These are to be answered in a maximum of 2 pages (including covering letter) 1. The Senior Investigator, Disability Reportable Incidents position requires leadership skills and the ability to work collaboratively with both staff and a wide range of stakeholders. Please describe your experience in these areas, particularly emphasising aspects of your past experience that you believe equip you to meet the demands of this new position. 2. It is important that this role helps to deliver cultural change and sector improvement in the prevention of, and response to, reportable incidents. Please describe your experience in facilitating practice improvements in relation to complex and/or sensitive matters. Job Knowledge Test (maximum 2 pages) This position requires sound analytical skills and an understanding of the disability sector in NSW. Describe two key issues in the disability sector that you consider may affect the delivery of practice improvements in relation to reportable incidents, and how you would go about assisting the disability sector to address these issues. Notes · On line applications must consist of: o covering letter highlighting your claims for the role which includes your answers to the two focus questions (maximum 2 pages). o response to the job knowledge question (maximum 2 pages) o resume outlining your skills, knowledge and experience as relevant to this role. · The assessment process will be conducted by a standard panel assessment process. · The role will initially be filled on a two-year basis, and may be extended to 30 June 2018. · The Ombudsman will consider requests to work part time. · A talent pool may be created for future temporary and/or ongoing employment. · Short listed candidates will be subject to security and other vetting processes. · Successful candidate must already have a WWCC clearance or have submitted an application for a WWCC clearance prior to commencing employment. · Only applications that are submitted through www.jobs.nsw.gov.au will be accepted. · Late applications will not be accepted. Closing date: Sunday 28 September 2014
ADVERTISER: NSW Ombudsman
SALARY: $97,883 - $107,863 pa
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JOB TITLE:

Principal Investigator

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION:
DATE:   13/09/2014
DESCRIPTION: Principal Investigator Vacancy Principal Investigator, Disability Reportable Incidents, Clerk Grade 11/12, Disability Reportable Incidents Division, Human Services Branch Role No: CFR 14/017 Salary Range: $113,212 - $130,929 pa - total remuneration package up to $145,124 pa (package includes salary, employer superannuation and annual leave loading) Role: Through effective leadership, the Principal Investigator ensures that we deal with complaints and/or notifications efficiently and with a high degree of expertise. The Principal Investigator leads direct investigations into public interest matters. Targeted Questions These are to be answered in a maximum of 2 pages (including covering letter) 1. The Principal Investigator, Disability Reportable Incidents position requires high level leadership skills and the ability to work collaboratively with both staff and a wide range of stakeholders. Please describe your experience in these areas, particularly emphasising aspects of your past experience that you believe equip you to meet the demands of this new position. 2. It is important that this role is able to demonstrate systemic cultural change and sector improvement in the prevention of, and response to, reportable incidents. Please provide examples of improvements that you have delivered or reviewed. How were they measured? Job Knowledge Test (maximum 2 pages) This position requires sound investigative skills, and the ability to provide education and training on investigation methods, techniques and management. Describe the core investigative and risk management principles/practices that you consider to be relevant to disability reportable incidents, and how you would go about assisting the disability sector to improve its practice in handling these incidents. Notes · On line applications must consist of: o covering letter highlighting your claims for the role which includes your answers to the two focus questions (maximum 2 pages). o response to the job knowledge question (maximum 2 pages) o resume outlining your skills, knowledge and experience as relevant to this role. · The assessment process will be conducted by a standard panel assessment process. · The role will initially be filled on a two-year basis, and may be extended to 30 June 2018. · The Ombudsman will consider requests to work part time. · A talent pool may be created for future temporary and/or ongoing employment. · Short listed candidates will be subject to security and other vetting processes. · Successful candidate must already have a WWCC clearance or have submitted an application for a WWCC clearance prior to commencing employment. · Only applications that are submitted through www.jobs.nsw.gov.au will be accepted.
ADVERTISER: Ombudsman NSW
SALARY: $113,212 - $130,929 pa
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JOB TITLE:

Accreditation Compliance & Risk Manager

JOB TYPE: Risk Management
LOCATION: Wide Bay Burnett
DATE:   10/09/2014
DESCRIPTION: Queensland Health (Organisation site) Clinical Governance Unit, Bundaberg or Hervey Bay Hospitals Remuneration value up to $122,788 p.a., comprising salary between $100,261 - $107,618 p.a., employer contribution to superannuation (up to 12.75%) and annual leave loading (17.5%) (AO7) (Applications will remain current for twelve months) Job Ad Reference: H1408WB142852. The purpose of this position is to: Ensure accreditation standards are achieved and met through the coordination of a comprehensive and integrated governance framework. Ensure the organisations risk register is managed in accordance with local policy, and national and international best practice. Facilitation, Leadership and support to Management teams, and multidisciplinary clinical staff in delivering improved care, including promote best practice in accreditation compliance, and risk management. Ensure accurate reporting of Clinical Governance Activity on the relevant Hospital and Health Service databases. How to Apply: For full details of this position, please ensure you download the Role Description and Information Package for Applicants for instructions on how to apply for this role. If you have difficulty viewing this role description in .pdf format, please contact Wide Bay Recruitment at Recruitment-Wide-Bay@health.qld.gov.au to request it in .doc format. Please note that if the information requested in the ‘how to apply’ section is not provided you may not meet the requirements for further consideration of your application. The Information Package for Applicants outlines pre-employment checks that will be undertaken for successful applicants. Job details Job type Permanent Full-time Occupational group Health - Health Service Support Classification AO7 Workplace Location Wide Bay Burnett Job ad reference QLD/H1408WB142852 Closing date 15-Sep-2014 Yearly salary $100261 - $107618 Job duration Permanent Full Time (76 hours p.f.) Contact person Jeremy van den Akker Contact details 0405 802 259
ADVERTISER: Qld Health
SALARY: Yearly salary $100261 - $107618
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JOB TITLE:

Deputy General Manager

JOB TYPE: Risk Management
LOCATION: Maryborough, QLD
DATE:   10/09/2014
DESCRIPTION: Deputy General Manager Justice and Attorney-General (Organisation site) Maryborough Correctional Centre, Custodial Operations, Queensland Corrective Services, Maryborough KEY TASKS Manage delivery of correctional centre safety and security through the development of a robust and responsive culture of risk management Lead staff in the accommodation and offender development functions in a correctional centre Manage the allocation and utilisation of resources in the accommodation and offender development functions Manage the delivery of appropriate programs for offenders Engage with relevant key agencies and services ARE YOU THE RIGHT PERSON FOR THE JOB? There are no mandatory qualifications for the position but qualifications in management would be highly regarded. Success Factors (Leadership capabilities for the role) Influences Strategic and Creative Thinking Demonstrates Personal Drive and Integrity Achieves Results Communicates With Influence Cultivates Productive Working Relationships Relevant experience, knowledge and skills as required Leadership and ability to motivate and encourage others to meet challenging and demanding work roles Financial and resource management experience at a high level Significant exposure to the Criminal Justice System or similar human services area High level community engagement, key stakeholder liaison and/or working with special interest groups particularly in the criminal justice area Experience in engaging with and working across government agencies and organisational boundaries Human resource management and industrial relations exposure Experience and understanding of case management in a human services field Understanding of models and practices related to offender management Knowledge, interpretation and application of legislation, policies and procedures Significant ability to conduct research and prepare and/or supervise the preparation of reports High level verbal and written communication skills with the ability to negotiate on behalf of the agency with clients or other interested groups Problem solving & analytical skills Understanding of risk management methods and techniques Applications to remain current for 12 months. Job details Job type Contract Occupational group Executive Classification Not applicable Workplace Location Wide Bay Burnett Job ad reference QLD/143323/14 Closing date 17-Sep-2014 Yearly salary $97166 - $118759 Fortnightly salary $3724.39 - $4552.05 Job duration 3 years with possible extension Contact person Bradley Kath Contact details (07) 4123 7665
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SALARY: Total remuneration $131859 up to $156494
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JOB TITLE:

Compliance Investigation Officer

JOB TYPE: Compliance
LOCATION: Brisbane, QLD
DATE:   10/09/2014
DESCRIPTION: Compliance Investigation Officer Queensland Building and Construction Commission (Organisation site) West End The aim of this role is to Undertake case investigations, including: Receiving complaints; Investigating offences of the Queensland Building and Construction Commission Act 1991 and the Domestic Building Contracts Act 2000; Obtaining evidence in the form of statements, documents and other relevant information; Preparing reports regarding investigations and recommendations regarding action to be taken; Using QBCC’s computer systems to generate infringement notices for offences; Recording the results of investigations and other important information in QBCC’s database; Conducting operations and audits on job sites to ensure contractors are appropriately licensed or are complying with other QBCC administered legislation. Audits can also include undertaking surveillance and covert activities. Provide other QBCC staff with advice, support, guidance and assistance in the performance of their compliance functions. Provide consumers, contractors and industry stakeholders with advice regarding building industry regulation administered by QBCC. Liaise with external stakeholders including industry associations. Assist in the development, implementation and review of compliance policies, procedures and systems. Represent QBCC in promotional and educational activities and before the tribunal and courts. Provide exceptional customer service to all staff of the Commission and external customers. Job details Job type Permanent Full-time Occupational group Auditing & Compliance Classification AO4 Workplace Location Brisbane - South Job ad reference QLD/143268 Closing date 15-Sep-2014 Fortnightly salary $2414.70 - $2655.20
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SALARY: Fortnightly salary $2414.70 - $2655.20
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JOB TITLE:

Complaints Investigation Officer

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: Melbourne
DATE:   10/09/2014
DESCRIPTION: The Taxi Services Commission (TSC) regulates the taxi and hire vehicle industries. TSC was established as part of the Taxi Industry Inquiry initiated by the Victorian Government.. We are tasked with implementing the Government endorsed industry reform recommendations. The reforms will create a more flexible and responsive industry that delivers a better deal for customers. For further information, please visit Job Details Department: Taxi Services Commission Work Type: Fixed term - full time Job Function: Regulatory, Governance and Compliance Classification: VPSG3 Work Location: Melbourne - CBD Reference: VG/200001245 Closing Date: 21-Sep-2014 Salary Range: $58,630 - $71,189 Job Duration: 10 months Attachments: TSC - Position description - Complaints Investigation Officer.docx (Word, 437KB) Job Specification PD Preview: Preview unavailable for this role Contact: Lester Dawson 8683 0667 Position Details The Complaints Investigations Officer is responsible for the investigation and resolution of feedback received from the public and other Taxi Services Commission (TSC) stakeholders regarding the TSC-regulated industries. This position provides strong customer service to a broad range of stakeholders, and a diverse range of administrative tasks to ensure the complaints team operates efficiently and effectively, in accordance with the regulatory framework and legislation.
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SALARY: $58,630 - $71,189
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JOB TITLE:

Investigation Officer

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: Melbourne, VIC
DATE:   10/09/2014
DESCRIPTION: The Victorian Ombudsman is seeking an experienced Investigation Officer Job Details Department: Victorian Ombudsman Work Type: Other Job Function: Regulatory, Governance and Compliance Classification: VPSG4 Work Location: Melbourne - CBD Reference: VG/401508 Closing Date: 21-Sep-2014 Salary Range: $72,584 - $82,354 Job Duration: Ongoing/Fixed Term (12 months) Attachments: Investigation Officer VPS4 2014 Position Description.docx (Word, 40KB) Recruitment Application Form - Investigation Officer - September 2014.docx (Word, 41KB) PD Preview: Preview unavailable for this role Contact: Gypsy Ophel 9613 6222 Position Details The Victorian Ombudsman is 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: Recent relevant work experience in a complaint handling or investigations based environment Cognitive, problem solving and investigative ability, including ability to think laterally and show initiative in developing solutions Well-developed written and oral communication skills Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to establish and maintain productive relationships with a wide range of internal and external stakeholders. Role Title: Investigation Officer - VPS Grade 4 Position Number: 401508 Employment Type: Ongoing / Fixed Term (12 months) Salary Range: $72,584 - $82,354 per annum A 9.5 per cent employer superannuation contribution is also payable. The Ombudsman is an independent officer of the Victorian Parliament. She promotes excellence in public administration in Victoria and seeks to ensure the highest possible standards of public sector service delivery to all Victorians. To enable the Ombudsman to effectively carry out her responsibilities under the Ombudsman Act, she is seeking appropriately qualified persons with high ethical standards, commitment and enthusiasm to receive and investigate complaints made to the office. Currently serving public servants seeking a secondment opportunity are encouraged to apply.
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SALARY: $72,584 - $82,354
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JOB TITLE:

Fraud Investigator Part Time

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: Sydney , NSW
DATE:   10/09/2014
DESCRIPTION: INVESTIGATIONS & DISPUTES OFFICER PART TIME 3 DAYS PER WEEK Part time hours - Saturday, Sunday & Monday 8am - 4:30pm Parramatta CBD Location $27.22 per hour + extra shift loadings for weekend work This leading financial services company is currently seeking a customer service focused and dynamic individual to join their Fraud Investigations team based in Parramatta. Working as part of the fraud department, you will be responsible for dealing with customers in regard to disputed card transactions, liaising between the customer and various financial services companies as well as an array of internal departments to resolve customer issues. This will require good case management skills, organisation, and above all - you will demonstrate excellent communication skills as well as very high attention to detail. You will be tasked with verifying documentation and inputting information into the database as well as reporting back to customers.. To be successful in your application for this role, you will have a strong background in customer service - ideally from a call centre environment and must have previously worked within banking and finance. You will have excellent problem solving skills and will be a hard working and committed individual. Previous experience working in a financial disputes position would be highly regarded. There are a number of shifts available, which could entitle you to earn double time for two days of the week, so it works out you have only done 3 days but get paid the same as working 5. Part time hours - Saturday, Sunday & Monday 8am - 4:30pm. The training will be Monday to Friday 11:30am - 8pm so you need to be available for that in the interim, which is non-negotiable. Apply online or call David Belcher on 02 8226 9757.
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SALARY: 22.70 per hour
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JOB TITLE:

Workers Compensation investigators

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: Sydney , NSW
DATE:   10/09/2014
DESCRIPTION: We are currently seeking Sydney Metropolitan based Factual Investigators with a background experience in Workers Compensation. Do you have CAPI Licence, relevant experience, an excellent command of written English, good inter-personal skills, integrity, intelligence, good references, self-discipline, motivation, a car, good typing skills. Desired Skills and Experience Is willing to take direction Shows initiative Is computer literate Good typing skills Has high levels of written and oral communication skills Ability to provide descriptive explanations Is willing to face a challenge Understanding of Common Law matters Prides themselves in professionalism Is fully licensed, insured and equipped Has 3 years minimum experience in the investigative industry ( Specifically Workers Compensation ) Is willing to work flexible hours Holds excellent time management skills. Worksite delivers insurance claims and risk management solutions to insurers, self-insurers, corporate and government clients, through factual and surveillance investigations and claims advisory services. Since 2006 Worksite’s factual and surveillance team has successfully investigated and closed thousands of insurance claims spanning workers compensation, public liability, motor vehicle accidents, fraud, and building and contents.
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SALARY: Not Specified
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JOB TITLE:

Senior Investigator / Investigator

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: Adelaide, SA
DATE:   09/09/2014
DESCRIPTION: Senior Investigator / Investigator Independent Commissioner Against Corruption (ICAC) The Senior Investigator/Investigator works within a multi-disciplinary team to conduct complex and sensitive investigations into allegations that fall within ICAC's jurisdiction. Strong contenders for the role(s) will demonstrate significant experience in leading investigations, formulating investigation plans, conducting investigations, identifying and collecting evidence and preparing statements, as well as preparing files of evidence. It is expected the Senior Investigator/Investigator will have strong communication, interpersonal and analytical skills and the successful applicant will have significant experience in a law enforcement agency or similar. Formal qualifications, training and/or experience in investigations is required. Special conditions All candidates will be subject to a comprehensive security vetting process prior to an offer of employment being made. Employment will be subject to a detailed background and integrity assessment. This appointment is for a full time fixed term contract up to three years. A six months probationary period will apply. Enquiries and application All applications will be considered for the role of Senior Investigator and the role of Investigator. ICAC is an Equal Opportunity employer and people from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply.
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SALARY: $115,000 - $120,000
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JOB TITLE:

Flight Safety Investigator

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: Melbourne, VIC
DATE:   09/09/2014
DESCRIPTION: Flight Safety Investigator As one of the fastest growing major domestic airlines, it's an exciting time to join the Tigerair team. If you're interested in a fast paced but highly rewarding role in the aviation industry, you could soon be on your way to helping shape one of Australia's most exciting success stories. This is a rare opportunity to lead and conduct flight safety investigations, to identify and implement safety lessons and continuous improvement across the organisation. As a key member of the Safety team this role will respond to and assess safety occurrences and hazards, undertake risk assessments and manage the Flight Data Monitoring Programme. You will represent the business on review boards and committees as well as acting as a key ambassador for safety and safety training. We are seeking applicants who have an Airbus background, strong root cause analysis knowledge and a strong track record in safety investigation. An Aviation related tertiary qualification and excellent Human Factors knowledge is essential. Send your application to: aussierecruit@tigerairways.com Quote Ref: 2009555 in the Subject line Applicants must have the right to work in Australia. Tigerair is an equal opportunity employer. You will be asked the following questions when you apply: Are you eligible to work in Australia? Please briefly describe your experience in Flight Investigations and outline relevant A320 experience.
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SALARY: Not Specified
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JOB TITLE:

State Investigator

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: Geelong
DATE:   09/09/2014
DESCRIPTION: State Investigator Be part of the excitement Rare and exciting opportunity in one of Australia's favourite retailers Accelerate your career in an integral role in a high performing team Target is an iconic Australian retailer with a rich heritage. Every Australian can love shopping at Target and every member of our team is passionate about delivering style and quality every day at prices that our customers love. We are one of Australia's largest retailers, with over 300 stores located across the country as well as a fast-growing eCommerce presence. Our 23,000 team members are an integral part of our expansive network of stores in metropolitan and regional areas, distribution centres or support centres across Australia. We also have an expanding sourcing presence in Asia with offices across the continent. We're at the beginning of a journey to reinvigorate Target and once again make it a great place to shop. Our customers have told us that they love Target, but they want more from us. They want more style, more quality and more excitement instore. As this journey continues, we are seeking a State Investigator to protect the Target business through effective investigation of actual or potential crime and to ensure our business reputation is maintained and financial impact minimised through the prioritisation of investigations A great opportunity Prioritise investigations relating to crime, violence and shrinkage Manage investigations and allocated resources in line with set budget Instigate effective and professional criminal investigations ensuring that the business is protected from any court or tribunal process Advise regional teams on all aspects of crime having regard for criminal and employment law and the interests of the business Influence regional teams in the application of law, loss prevention strategy and reduction strategies allowing informed business decisions to be made Manage Investigations and Covert services to reduce the impact of internal and external theft and fraud Maintenance of security systems services and equipment to Target performance standards Skills and experience required Demonstrated understanding of Loss Prevention processes within a Retail environment Previous experience within a similar role within a large retailer is preferable Risk Management skills and knowledge Sound understanding of Industrial Relations law and procedures Working knowledge of Investigations, criminal, legal and police procedures Current drivers licence is required for this position Great rewards Team member discounts at Target and other Wesfarmers Limited businesses Variety of financial services discounts and partner programs The opportunity to get involved in supporting community initiatives Opportunities for flexible work arrangements Active team member social clubs Well established and highly regarded reward and recognition programs Target values diversity and we pride ourselves on representing the diverse and multicultural communities of which we are a part
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SALARY: Not specified
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JOB TITLE:

Investigations Officer

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: Melbourne, VIC
DATE:   08/09/2014
DESCRIPTION: Investigations Officer DTF serves government by providing leadership in economic, financial and resource management. We influence outcomes that can have a real impact on people’s lives. Our vision is a prosperous future for all Victorians. At DTF, you’ll be part of a highly respected and professional organisation that allows you to apply your knowledge while offering flexible working options and opportunities for professional growth. You’ll be working in the heart of State Government in a dynamic and collaborative environment with opportunities to undertake stimulating work. Conduct assessments, audits and investigations of alleged breaches of the Guidelines. Conduct site inspections, audits and field assessments of entities and individuals for compliance with the Guidelines, including conducting interviews and obtaining witness statements from relevant parties. Prepare high quality reports regarding alleged breaches of the Guidelines and correspondence regarding responsibilities under the Guidelines. Provide advice and assistance to stakeholders including through presenting education material and responding by phone and in writing to specific questions and issues. Follow monitoring, compliance and reporting processes and procedures. Develop and maintain stakeholder relationships with representatives of industry, employees and government departments, positively influencing the actions of others. To succeed in this interesting and challenging role you will have: Demonstrated experience and capability in conducting complex audits and investigations, with the proven ability to interpret legislation, regulation and public policy. Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively with internal and external stakeholders. Highly developed written communication skills, with demonstrated ability to prepare accurate, thorough and relevant reports and other written documents including high level correspondence. Highly developed oral communication skills, including experience presenting education material. Proven track record in managing relationships, negotiating with stakeholders and dispute resolution, resolving conflicts in volatile situations. Experience and qualifications Cert IV in Government (Investigations) is desirable. Current drivers licence is essential.
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SALARY: Not specified
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JOB TITLE:

Full Time Factual Position for Experienced Insurance Investigator

JOB TYPE: Factual Investigator
LOCATION: Perth, WA
DATE:   08/09/2014
DESCRIPTION: G4S Compliance & Investigations requires the services of an experienced Factual Insurance Investigator who is looking for a full time role. Basic requirements: • WA Investigator Licence • At least 5 years insurance investigation experience • Driver licence • Fully equipped • Computer literate • Good time management skills • A satisfactory criminal history Factual Investigation requirements: • Excellent written and verbal communication skills • Ability to understand and apply legislation and principles relevant to the investigation of various claim types • Experience investigating Workers' Compensation, Motor Vehicle Accident Personal Injury Claims, General Insurance, Liability, Travel and Income protection claims Are you interested? Why not send us your resume or call? John Reilly jnr. Operations Manager WA-NT 08 9450 8100 Email : recruitment@cni.g4s.com.au
ADVERTISER: G4s
SALARY: $85,000.00
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JOB TITLE:

Circumstance Investigators

JOB TYPE: Factual Investigator
LOCATION: Melbourne, VIC
DATE:   08/09/2014
DESCRIPTION: Circumstance Investigators LS Partners is a long established professional and progressive insurance investigation company with offices in Melbourne, Sydney and Hobart. We specialise in personal injuries investigations in the area of workers' compensation and public liability. Our client base includes major insurers, legal firms, self-insurers and government agencies. Experienced and Licenced Circumstance Investigators: Due to continued success and growth, LS Partners is currently recruiting two new Circumstance Investigators to join our rapidly growing investigation team in Melbourne and throughout Victoria. We offer excellent remuneration, certainty of work, on-going training, and a highly professional management support environment. We require: - Minimum of one year's experience - Current driver's license and own up to date equipment - Excellent computer skills - Proven ability to manage strict reporting deadlines and communicate effectively regarding these - Excellent verbal, reporting, and written communication skills - Strong ability to solve problems and be proactive - Attention to detail - Interest in being part of a learning and innovative team environment We expect our Circumstance Investigators to have the ability to understand all the relevant legislation, privacy principles and insurance claims requirements in the areas of workers' compensation and general insurance. We are also offering both contract and salaried positions for experienced Circumstance Investigators that have a proven track record in the industry and have the attitude/drive in joining a highly progressive and professional team environment. Trainee Investigators: Whilst we are seeking applications from persons with investigative experience, we are also recruiting people who have relevant tertiary qualifications and/or experience working in the legal, insurance and HR industries. If you recently obtained your Victorian security licence and have the relevant background and experience, you should also contact us. We have the best training program in the industry. We have one Circumstance Investigator Trainee position available for the right candidate. Any initial enquiries can be directed to Vincent Quattropani or Dominic Lallo on (03) 9938 7007 during business hours.
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SALARY: Not Specified
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JOB TITLE:

Factual Investigators

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: Melbourne, VIC
DATE:   08/09/2014
DESCRIPTION: Factual Investigators Looking to manage your own workload and enjoy the quieter side of life as a subcontractor? Are you hard working and ready to be seriously rewarded for your input? If yes, then we want to speak to you! 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. Due to our ongoing stellar reputation in the field we now need additional motivated investigators to join our expanding VIC team. We require Factual Sub-Contractor Investigators with experience in any of the following business lines including: General Insurance, Liability, Workers Compensation, Corporate, Government, Human Resource / Code of Conduct and TAC. You will receive superior office support, training and continuous guidance throughout each investigation all of which will lead to a professional, thorough and concise report. We want to hear from you if you have; Excellent written and verbal communication skills Strong computer/technological skills including word, excel and email Well developed time and self management skills Professional and ethical approach to investigations An understanding of applicable legislation A current investigators and drivers license in the relevant state Relevant equipment to undertake the required investigations Previous investigative experience Come and work for a leader in the field with our fun, dynamic and goal oriented VIC team. Our investigators are the face and key partners of our business so we reward them well!
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SALARY: Not Specified
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JOB TITLE:

Senior Investigators / Reviewers (Casual Positions)

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: Brisbane, QLD
DATE:   08/09/2014
DESCRIPTION: Senior Investigators / Reviewers (Casual Positions) Ashdale Workplace Solutions is a highly innovative provider of workplace services such as investigations, reviews, training and conflict resolution. We are seeking people with professional backgrounds (e.g. law, journalism, HR) who have the proven ability to gather and analyse information, report the findings in a logical manner and make clear and concise recommendations. To be successful in this role you will need to be a lateral thinker and possess highly developed interpersonal skills. Exceptional report writing skills are also essential and must be at a level suitable for presentation to senior levels of government. Successful applicants will also need: an investigation licence under the Security Providers Act 1993 or the ability to obtain a licence; a current driver’s licence; and advanced computer skills in the Microsoft Office suite of programs. Tertiary qualifications, knowledge of child protection and/or crime and misconduct legislation would be advantageous but not essential. We offer highly competitive remuneration and a very flexible working environment, particularly for those with family commitments. Further information can be obtained from Bryan Cook on 1300 782 974. Applicants should apply via Seek with a brief introduction and CV or forward a covering letter and CV to bryan.cook@ashdale.com.au or PO Box 3059, Newmarket QLD 4051. Bryan Cook Managing Director 1300 782 974
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SALARY: Not Specified
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JOB TITLE:

Senior Field Investigator

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: Melbourne, VIC
DATE:   08/09/2014
DESCRIPTION: Senior Field Investigator Join AIG, the world’s largest insurance organisation Be part of an experienced and highly valued team Progress your career in a truly global environment Why AIG? AIG is a leading international insurance organization. We serve commercial, institutional, and individual customers in more than 130 countries through one of the most extensive worldwide property-casualty networks of any insurer. AIG employees have the unique opportunity to accelerate their career across the multiple business lines, functions and regions in which we operate. We encourage our employees to be mobile, move across jobs and geographies and have several careers within the AIG family. If you are looking for a career at a truly global company, and for the chance to chart your own course, then AIG could be the place for you. The Role: The purpose of this role is to investigate and provide field support for insurance investigations on suspicious insurance claims or suspicious insurance related activities covering all lines of business involving claimants, agents, brokers, attorneys, medical providers, etc., to support the Claims Organization for the pursuit of appropriate remedies through the civil or criminal justice system. As a Senior Fraud Field Investigator some of your responsibilities will include but will not be limited to: Gathering facts on issues in question through open-ended interviewing and statement taking of witnesses, employers, claimants and other relevant witnesses. Obtaining and preserving physical and documentary evidence to support investigations. Ability to analyse case assignments and complete thorough, detailed field work in support of the desk investigative team. Ability to recognize and pursue additional leads through review of interviews and other facts when applicable. Ability to balance multiple field tasks in a typical day while maintaining the highest level of quality with all field work completed. Testifying and presenting evidence at administrative and criminal court proceedings as required. Establishing and maintaining professional working relationships with insured's, claimants, witnesses, attorneys, corporate employees, criminal justice agencies, and the general public. Awareness of, and adherence to local laws regarding techniques used for information gathering in countries where operating This role is Australasian based and includes work for and may include travel to, Australia, New Zealand and Papua New Guinea. Applicants must be legally entitled to travel and work in all these countries at the time application is made, to be considered for the role. The Ideal Candidate: To be successful in this role you will have advanced knowledge of criminal and civil justice systems combined with advanced experience in managing workflow to create and pursue leads that would support a fraud case and experience in the taking and recording of digitally recorded and written statements essential. Your knowledge in investigating specialty lines of insurance would be beneficial, along with insurance fraud investigative experience, or of general investigative related experience. Explore Your Potential! Our readiness to change and adapt to the shifting dynamic of our marketplace means there are now new opportunities for people who are passionate, accountable, proactive and respectful to develop a range of innovative insurance projects and products. We strive to help our employees’ development and we actively promote these values through training and management.
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SALARY: Not Specified
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JOB TITLE:

Factual & Surveillance Insurance Investigators

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: Hobart &Launceston, TAS
DATE:   08/09/2014
DESCRIPTION: Factual & Surveillance Insurance Investigators G4S Compliance & Investigations requires the services of experienced Factual and Surveillance Investigators to provide investigation services throughout Tasmania. Basic requirements: Insurance investigation experience A current Tasmanian Inquiry endorsed Agent Licence A satisfactory criminal history Fully equipped Computer literate Keen to work for an ethical and professional firm Factual Investigators: Excellent written and verbal communication skills Ability to understand and apply legislation and principles relevant to the investigation of personal injury, liability and general insurance claims Good typing skills – minimum 40 wpm Surveillance Investigators: Good written and verbal communication skills Ability to understand and apply legislation relevant to surveillance Able to manage their time We offer attractive rates, ongoing professional development training to keep you ahead of the field and full management support. We also have limited scope to provide training to investigators who are new to the insurance investigation industry. Do you have a current Tasmanian Inquiry endorsed Agent Licence but no insurance investigation experience? We will be running a Surveillance Investigation course in Melbourne in the last quarter of this year. Factual Investigation courses run throughout the year. If you are interested, please upload your resume and a brief cover letter introducing yourself and indicating the skills you believe you will bring to either surveillance or factual investigation. Applicants without a licence – or who are not in the process of obtaining their licence will not be considered. John Biddle National Investigations Manager 1300 660 323
ADVERTISER: G4s
SALARY: not Specified
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JOB TITLE:

Factual & Surveillance Insurance Investigators

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: Hobart &Launceston, TAS
DATE:   08/09/2014
DESCRIPTION: Factual & Surveillance Insurance Investigators G4S Compliance & Investigations requires the services of experienced Factual and Surveillance Investigators to provide investigation services throughout Tasmania. Basic requirements: Insurance investigation experience A current Tasmanian Inquiry endorsed Agent Licence A satisfactory criminal history Fully equipped Computer literate Keen to work for an ethical and professional firm Factual Investigators: Excellent written and verbal communication skills Ability to understand and apply legislation and principles relevant to the investigation of personal injury, liability and general insurance claims Good typing skills – minimum 40 wpm Surveillance Investigators: Good written and verbal communication skills Ability to understand and apply legislation relevant to surveillance Able to manage their time We offer attractive rates, ongoing professional development training to keep you ahead of the field and full management support. We also have limited scope to provide training to investigators who are new to the insurance investigation industry. Do you have a current Tasmanian Inquiry endorsed Agent Licence but no insurance investigation experience? We will be running a Surveillance Investigation course in Melbourne in the last quarter of this year. Factual Investigation courses run throughout the year. If you are interested, please upload your resume and a brief cover letter introducing yourself and indicating the skills you believe you will bring to either surveillance or factual investigation. Applicants without a licence – or who are not in the process of obtaining their licence will not be considered. John Biddle National Investigations Manager 1300 660 323
ADVERTISER: G4s
SALARY: not Specified
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