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Investigators - Circumstance and Surveillance

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: Melbourne, VIC
DATE:   28/03/2014
DESCRIPTION: Are you a Melbourne based Australian Security Academy graduate with a PI License? I have EIGHT SURVEILLANCE positions vacant available immediate start. Also Three Circumstance Investigation positions. Send your resume to Mike Evans michael@riskoz.com.
ADVERTISER: Australian Security Academy
SALARY: Not specified
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JOB TITLE:

Risk and Security Manager - Helensvale

JOB TYPE: Risk Management
LOCATION: Gold Coast, QLD
DATE:   27/03/2014
DESCRIPTION: Risk and Security Manager - Helensvale Risk & Security Manager - Helensvale At Westfield we believe our success is built on the drive and commitment of our people. We pride ourselves on being a market leading employer that offers competitive employee benefits, a high achieving work environment and opportunity for employees to LEAD, CHALLENGE and GROW their careers. With one of the most outstanding shopping portfolios in the country, a career with Westfield offers the chance to be part of a company that is changing the face of retail. Shopping Centre Management focuses on delivering the highest quality shopping experience every day to our shoppers. As a Risk and Security Manager reporting to the Centre Manager you will be responsible for leading and directing the Risk and Security functions across the centre to ensure the optimal level of safety is provided. Responsibilities include; Adhere to and support the National Risk and Security strategies, policies and initiatives Responsible for appropriate management and reporting of all risk and security incidents Analyse centre risk and security incidents and develop appropriate mitigation techniques Drive new strategic initiatives for the Centres Management of Westfield Staff Management and delivery of training programs Management of external service providers Conducting risk and security reviews Establish and deliver operational plans that provide for a safe and secure asset Working with Centre Management and key stakeholders to develop strategies that meet the Centre Risk and Security needs Manage Centre Risk and Security budgets and forecasts Develop strong relationships and work with local Police, WHS Regulators, Fire Brigade and Ambulance Services to develop operational and emergency protocols Ensuring Business Continuity Plans are updated and tested in accordance with Company requirements Lead a team of security officers and influence all Centre staff to: Prevent Crime Control Disorder Manage Emergencies Assist Customers To secure this role with an organisation that prides itself on diverse career opportunities you will demonstrate a successful career history within a similar management role. Previous experience managing Contracts and Agreements within the Property industry is preferred. Certificate IV Snr. Security, a current security license and previous CCTV and Alarm/Access Control Security Systems experience is required. The ability to think strategically and develop strong relationships is key to the success of this role. Lead with integrity, Challenge to innovate and achieve, Grow & develop your skills to be the best you can be. To embark on a career with Westfield click on "Apply Now"
ADVERTISER: Westfield
SALARY: Not Specified
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JOB TITLE:

Loss Adjusters in Singapore

JOB TYPE: Loss Adjuster
LOCATION: Singapore, International
DATE:   27/03/2014
DESCRIPTION: Loss Adjusting - Marine & Aviation Career Move or Improve you skills for a few years Singapore based - multiple opportunities Ever considered a lifestyle move to a fast paced new city for a few years or beyond to really drive your career? As a leading independent specialist within the insurance consulting and recruitment space we have many top tier global companies in Singapore looking for experienced loss adjusters right now. WE ARE ONLY LOOKING FOR PEOPLE THAT HAVE SOLID LOSS ADJUSTING EXPERIENCE and GENUINELY WOULD CONSIDER RELOCATING TO SINGAPORE in the next couple of months. We can offer a variety of permanent positions with excellent top tier companies, strong salary packages in some cases well above here. Relocation and initial living arrangements may be able to be provided dependent on each employer. Duties will include: Managing a portfolio of commercial claims, which may include Cargo, Hull, Ports, Aviation (airlines & helicopters) or Pleasure Craft. Maintain relationships with external parties including brokers, direct clients and external service providers. Managing and resolving local and international claims Manage key accounts and stakeholders from a claims perspective You will need strong experience in handling commercial claims, preferably in marine or aviation coupled with excellent communication skills as well as solid analytical and problem solving skills. A sound understanding of claims processes is necessary. If you are interested in applying for these positions, please submit your application by clicking on the 'apply' button and uploading your resume through Ingen's website. To be eligible to apply for this position you must have an appropriate Australian or New Zealand work visa.
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JOB TITLE:

Insurance Loss Adjusters

JOB TYPE: Loss Adjuster
LOCATION: Sydney, NSW
DATE:   27/03/2014
DESCRIPTION: 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 managing 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: 5+ years experience as a Liability Loss Adjuster, (some experience in domestic and commercial claims would be beneficial) Thorough knowledge of insurance terminology, practices and conditions Understanding of basic business accounting procedures Good computer abilities, preferably previous use of an electronic claims system 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 the opportunity please click the apply button below, or to view this and other exciting opportunities we have please visit www.markssattin.com.au or for a confidential discussion please call Ms. Alex White on 02 8088 3618 Please not only shortlisted candidates with be contacted
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SALARY: Not Specified
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JOB TITLE:

Branch Manager / Loss Adjuster

JOB TYPE: Loss Adjuster
LOCATION: Mackay & Coalfields, QLD
DATE:   27/03/2014
DESCRIPTION: In need of a challenge? Wanting to expand on your Loss Adjusting skills and work closely with our North Queensland Rural Area Manager to grow our Loss Adjusting operation? Wanting to develop the various Service Lines within our organisation in your Rural Region which includes the beautiful Airlie Beach & Whitsunday Islands? If yes, why not consider becoming part of our organisation's North Queensland rural team and partake in all that a North Queensland lifestyle has to offer? Cunningham Lindsey Australia Pty Ltd is a leader in Global Risk Management Services specialising in a wide range of insurance assessing services. We are now seeking an enthusiastic and self-motivated individual to join our team in Mackay in the role of Branch Manager / Loss Adjuster. To be considered for this role, candidates will be required to possess the following: Insurance Loss Adjusting experience, especially in respect to Commercial and/or high end Domestic claims and / or relevant industry qualifications, particularly ANZIIF or AICLA; Strong written, verbal communication & organisational skills A strong customer service delivery focus for all our clients, including insurers, customers and brokers; The ability to work under pressure and meet targets; The ability to mentor and work in a team to drive the implementation and achievement of Strategic Objectives. If you have not already obtained completion of the AICLA examination programme then you need to be committed to the completion of this qualification to progress to Chartered status. You will receive full mentoring and support to facilitate your ongoing learning and development. Also upon successful completion of the examination process, we may consider full reimbursement of costs, subject to company policy requirements. Remuneration will be commensurate with qualifications, skills and attributes. Additional benefits include a fully maintained Company Motor Vehicle, Mobile Phone, Laptop and access to a Bonus Scheme. To be considered for this role, please forward your resume to recruitment@cl-au.com and quote reference BPBMMACK060314, or click 'apply now'. All applications will be treated in the strictest confidence and only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. To learn more about our organisation, visit our website www.cunninghamlindsey.com
ADVERTISER: Cunningham Lindsey Australia Pty Ltd
SALARY: Not Specified
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JOB TITLE:

Loss Adjuster - Insurance

JOB TYPE: Loss Adjuster
LOCATION: Perth CBD, Inner & Western Suburbs , WA
DATE:   27/03/2014
DESCRIPTION: Inner-city Perth office of a rapidly growing national insurance broking agency. Young & dynamic team dealing with wide variety of insurance clients. The claims team is responsible for the claims originating from clients across the group, in all states and independently managed offices. In this varied role you will be required to: Process and manage retail and business insurance claims, including the estimation of claim costs and business losses. Examine scenes of incidents resulting in insurance claims to determine causes and effects. Inspect damaged buildings, equipment and motor vehicles and estimate the cost of repairs. Estimate business losses resulting from fire, theft and other business disruptions Respond to enquiries from Claims managers, Account Executives and Franchise Partners. Interview witnesses and claimants to obtain details required to assess the validity of claims and identify the parties responsible for accidents, damage and loss, prepare statements and reports. Finalise claims, co-ordinate with repairers and insurance companies to reduce financial impact of incident. Report the extent of damage and estimated costs to the insurer. Inspect property, buildings and operations of commercial and industrial establishments to assess physical conditions and work practices. Evaluate the adequacy of security, fire and related systems Prepare reports and recommend action to reduce risks Compile data which influence the determination of premium rates Maintain client files and progress reports within company, statutory and industry guidelines. Work effectively within a team to accomplish organisational goals. Report to corporate clients and insurance companies with regard to the progress of claims.. To secure this role you will have a minimum eighteen months of similar experience. Tier 1 qualification - General Insurance Broking - is preferred. You will pride yourself on your attention to detail and ability to handle multiple priorities. Professional presentation and excellent communication skills will see you secure this fantastic opportunity.
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SALARY: $60,000 plus superannuation
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JOB TITLE:

Surveillance Investigators

JOB TYPE: Surveillance Investigator
LOCATION: Brisbane, QLD
DATE:   27/03/2014
DESCRIPTION: Verifact is one of Australia's leading providers of risk management solutions across Australia, providing protection for people, places and property. With over 1,000 personnel throughout Australasia,Verifact provides tailored services to blue chip Australian organisations and various levels of government. An opportunity currently exists for experienced and motivatedSurveillance Investigators to join our team in Brisbane. Enjoying the flexibility of working from home, utilising the superior office support, training and continuous guidance throughout each investigation, will lead to a professional, thorough and concise report. The successful candidate will need to demonstrate the following skills, experience and attributes:- Excellent written and verbal communication skills Strong computer/technological skills including word, excel and email Well-developed time and self-management skills Previous surveillance experience Professional and ethical approach to investigations A current QLD Investigator Licence Relevant equipment to undertake the required Surveillance Investigations An understanding of applicable legislation Remuneration will be commensurate to your experience. Our investigators are the face of our business so are rewarded well. To be considered for this opportunity, please click on the appropriate link or alternatively submit your application by emailing hr@verifact.com.au Please note: only experienced investigators with a current Private Security Individual licence need apply.
ADVERTISER: Verifact
SALARY: Not Specified
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JOB TITLE:

Surveillance Investigators

JOB TYPE: Surveillance Investigator
LOCATION: Gold Coast, QLD
DATE:   27/03/2014
DESCRIPTION: Verifact is one of Australia's leading providers of risk management solutions across Australia, providing protection for people, places and property. With over 1,000 personnel throughout Australasia,Verifact provides tailored services to blue chip Australian organisations and various levels of government. An opportunity currently exists for experienced and motivatedSurveillance Investigators to join our team in Gold Coast. Enjoying the flexibility of working from home, utilising the superior office support, training and continuous guidance throughout each investigation, will lead to a professional, thorough and concise report. The successful candidate will need to demonstrate the following skills, experience and attributes:- Excellent written and verbal communication skills Strong computer/technological skills including word, excel and email Well-developed time and self-management skills Previous surveillance experience Professional and ethical approach to investigations A current QLD Investigator Licence Relevant equipment to undertake the required Surveillance Investigations An understanding of applicable legislation Remuneration will be commensurate to your experience. Our investigators are the face of our business so are rewarded well. To be considered for this opportunity, please click on the appropriate link or alternatively submit your application by emailing hr@verifact.com.au Please note: only experienced investigators with a current Private Security Individual licence need apply.
ADVERTISER: Verifact
SALARY: Not Specified
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JOB TITLE:

Investigator - Legal Trust Accounts

JOB TYPE: Factual Investigator
LOCATION: Sydney, NSW
DATE:   27/03/2014
DESCRIPTION: The primary responsibility for this position involves conducting investigations into the affairs of law practices and legal practitioners pursuant to Section 268(1)(a) and (b) of the Legal Profession Act, 2004 & Legal Profession Regulation 2005, preparing reports of such investigations and giving oral evidence. Key Accountabilities include: • Conduct investigations of law practices including those under Receivership of Regulated Property. • Conduct interviews of witnesses, prepare witnesses statements and conduct records of interview as required. • Complete reports pursuant to section 270 of the Legal Profession Act, 2004 for reference to Professional Standards Department • Conduct routine investigations of city, suburban or country legal practices as referred, in accordance with the Department’s procedures as detailed from time to time. • Respond to correspondence and enquiries of a general nature as directed by Team Leader. • Conduct seminars for legal practitioners, accounting staff and external examiners in regard to the requirements of trust money and record keeping. • Review lodged External Examiners Reports and determine appropriate action based on the content of the report. • Assist in the review of software programs to ensure the adequacy of the program for the maintenance of trust records. To be considered for this position, applicants must have accounting and/or legal qualifications, and must have experience in forensic accounting investigations with proven experience and aptitude in being able to analyse written and accounting problems and giving oral evidence in the same. Applicants with accounting qualifications should also have membership with a recognised accounting body, and legally qualified applicants must have accounting experience and be eligible to hold a NSW practicing certificate. A current driver’s licence, the ability to be an effective team player and also work autonomously, and a high degree of self motivation is also essential as is the ability to travel, as the role involves working at different locations throughout NSW for sometimes days at a time. Excellent IT skills including proficiency in the Microsoft Office Suite of applications and accounting programs are also important, as well as high level communications, customer service and time management skills.
ADVERTISER: The Law Society Of NSW
SALARY: Not Specified
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JOB TITLE:

Surveillance Investigator

JOB TYPE: Surveillance Investigator
LOCATION: Adelaide, SA
DATE:   27/03/2014
DESCRIPTION: Private Investigator / Trainee Surveillance Investigator AIS INVESTIGATIONS is an insurance investigation company in Australia. We're known for achieving results beyond the ordinary, and our personal approach in serving top tier clients around Australia. We seek to engage suitably licensed and qualified, top Surveillance Investigators to join our expanding team in the Adelaide Metro and regional areas who: Hold a current SA Investigation License Are fully equipped Are computer literate Have good written and verbal communication skills Have the ability to understand and apply legislation relevant to surveillance Are able to manage their time Have a satisfactory criminal history Are keen to work for an ethical and professional firm We offer attractive rates, ongoing professional development training to keep you ahead of the field, and full management support. To be considered for this role you must hold or be eligible to hold an SA Investigation License, and meet the above criteria. To be considered for this opportunity, please send your resume to ais@arias.net.au
ADVERTISER: AIS INVESTIGATIONS
SALARY: Not Specified
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JOB TITLE:

Government Investigation Instructors (2)

JOB TYPE: Compliance
LOCATION: Brisbane, QLD
DATE:   24/03/2014
DESCRIPTION: The Australian Security Academy has TWO vacancies for Brisbane based sessional Instructors to teach PSP41512 Certificate IV in Government (Investigation) – 26,27 & 28 May 2014. – 16,17 & 18 June 2014. Must hold Certificate IV in TAE, and a minimum of Certificate IV in Government Investigation, and have own ABN. This is an exciting opportunity to participate in the professional development of investigators from one of Australia's leading Regulatory Compliance and Enforcement Agencies. Please send your resume to michael@riskoz.com, no telephone inquiries will be accepted.
ADVERTISER: Australian Security Academy
SALARY: Not Specified
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JOB TITLE:

Risk, Security & Compliance Officer

JOB TYPE: Risk & Compliance Advisor
LOCATION: Adelaide, SA
DATE:   28/02/2014
DESCRIPTION: The Independent Commissioner Against Corruption (ICAC) Act 2012 (SA) establishes the ICAC and the OPI to: • Identify and investigate corruption in public administration; and • Prevent or minimise corruption, misconduct and maladministration in public administration, through referral of potential issues to inquiry agencies and public authorities, and through education and the evaluation of practices, policies and procedures. The Risk, Security & Compliance Officer is responsible for the coordination of physical security, facilities and accommodation matters, undertaking Agency Security Advisor duties, risk management and Business Continuity Planning, emergency management, work health & safety compliance, records management compliance, and coordination of other business compliance assessments as required. To be a strong contender for the role you will need to have knowledge or experience in security management, risk management, and/or work health & safety management. The Risk, Security & Compliance Officer requires highly developed oral and written communication skills, and a demonstrated ability to build positive relationships; liaising and communicating effectively with all levels of management, staff and stakeholders. 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 / integrity assessment. Note: Applications should include a CV, a covering letter addressing the selection criteria of maximum 4 pages, and completed employment declaration and security clearance forms. Applications will be accepted until 5pm Friday 7 March 2014. For more information on how to apply and to download forms and the Job and Person Specification, visit www.vacancies.sa.gov.au and search vacancy number C1128/2014. Enquiries to: Ms Emma Jackson, Manager: Business Services, ICAC, telephone 08 8204 9852, email jackson.emma@icac.sa.gov.au. Applications to: Mr Adam Forbes, Administration Officer, ICAC, telephone 08 8463 5177, email forbes.adam@icac.sa.gov.au.
ADVERTISER: Independent Commissioner Against Corruption (ICAC) / Office for Public Integrity (OPI)
SALARY: $70,044 - $78,463
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JOB TITLE:

Investigations Officer

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: Sydney, NSW
DATE:   28/02/2014
DESCRIPTION: 12 month parental leave positions with possible ongoing opportunities Full time - 35 hour week (part-time will be considered) Attractive salary and excellent working conditions Who are we? The Energy & Water Ombudsman NSW (EWON) is the government approved dispute resolution scheme for NSW electricity and gas customers, and some water customers. EWON has operated since 1998 as an industry-based Ombudsman scheme. As an Ombudsman scheme, we work towards a fair and reasonable outcome for all parties. We are an independent body – we are not a consumer advocate, nor do we represent industry. We are fast paced, finalising 36,000 complaints in the last financial year. EWON measures its success against six industry-standard benchmarks: accessibility, independence, fairness, accountability, efficiency and effectiveness. What is the role? We have vacancies for Investigations Officers on 12 month contracts with possible ongoing opportunities. As an Investigations Officer you will receive, investigate and resolve customer complaints and liaise with energy and water providers. For example, you may be reviewing the billing of a gas account and writing a report, or assisting customers in financial hardship to keep their electricity supply connected. What are we looking for? We are not looking for one type of person. Your skills and experience could be in law, dispute resolution, finance, government, education, customer service or elsewhere. Knowledge of the energy or water sector is not essential as we provide training and support. What is essential is that you: can work independently but share your knowledge with others and know when to consult have data analysis and strong problem solving skills are a people person who is able to work well with stakeholders from diverse backgrounds have dispute resolution and negotiation skills and a positive 'can do' attitude embrace change to continuously improve the work we do have a keen attention to detail, but can also see the bigger picture. In return, we can offer you: an attractive salary and excellent working conditions flexible hours great amenities – we have an open plan office in the CBD, close to shops and transport, with an on-site shower, spacious kitchen and break out areas. Are you interested? If you think this role could be right for you, visit our website www.ewon.com.au for a detailed Position Description and further information about us, and how to apply. Applications must be made online via the above website and must address the 'Selection Criteria' as outlined in the Position Description. Failure to do this will mean that your application will not be considered. Closing date for applications is 9am Tuesday 4 March 2014. NB: Please apply via EWON's website as applications that come through Seek will not be considered.
ADVERTISER: Energy & Water Ombudsman NSW (EWON)
SALARY: Not Specified
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JOB TITLE:

Senior Fraud & Investigations Advisor

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: Sunshine Coast, QLD
DATE:   27/02/2014
DESCRIPTION: Auto & General Services whose major brand, Budget Direct, is one of the leading providers of Personal Lines Insurance in Australia. We have over 1000 employees across several locations along the east coast of Australia. We currently have an exciting career opportunity for a motivated Senior Fraud Investigations Officer to join our Claims and Assessing team. This position will be based at our Kawana Operation Centre and will report directly to the Fraud and Investigations Manager. This role acts as subject matter expert based in Claims and Assessing, and undertaking consultative and claims case investigative work on fraud prevention, detection and investigation. You may also be utilized in terms of expertise across the wider Auto & General business. Your extensive fraud investigations experience within the Australian General Insurance Industry will be key to your success in the role. Key responsibilities will include: • Personally investigate, complex suspicious claims or suspicious insurance related activities covering all areas of the Claims & Assessing business • Clear focus on customer service and service effectiveness to deliver a strong KPI performance • Managing all aspects of the claims investigation relating to suspicious claims including providing reports and guidance to other instructed experts such as building assessors and loss adjusters • Develop and undertake advanced interview and behavioural fraud investigation training for both the Fraud Team and appropriate staff across Claims & Assessing • Develop and deliver appropriate Fraud Training Programmes for all Claims & Assessing staff • Undertake open file reviews with the Fraud & Investigations Team, coaching and developing staff to optimize Fraud Investigation methodologies • Provide referral/ technical support on potentially Fraudulent claims across both Claims & Assessing and IDR prior to and post submission to FOS • Completing targeted Closed File Review Programmes, with a focus on Fraud to ensuring that suggestions for improvement are closely aligned to process improvement and training/ development plans • Develop a clear understanding of Industry trends and opportunities both in terms of fraudulent/ criminal activity and technological advances to ensure that Auto & General remain aware of and engaged in early business opportunities • Maintain sound knowledge of Regulatory requirements, company processes, systems, products and brands. • Assist the Fraud & Investigations Manager with additional projects or tasks, including where appropriate Company representation on Industry Forums/ Bodies. What is on offer to you: • the opportunity to join a world class organisation and be part of its exciting growth and evolution • National travel • unrivalled company culture • outstanding employee benefits • work/life balance Be creative, effective and enthusiastic. But most of all, be HAPPY in your job! Call Michelle Thomson on 07 3321 8510 to find out more about this exciting opportunity.
ADVERTISER: Budget Direct
SALARY: Not Specified
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JOB TITLE:

Investigations and Implementation Manager

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: Brisbane, QLD
DATE:   27/02/2014
DESCRIPTION: We're a business focused on the future, with diverse operations and an exciting and constantly changing working environment. With support for your development and real opportunities for personal growth, you can take your next step with Origin. Responsible for creating the integrated investigations process for the LNG business. This is an exciting opportunity for an investigations Manager to work within a Business Integrity team. The incumbent will be responsible for setting overarching governance and frameworks for incidents and investigations across LNG and will provide expert advice regarding work plans and priorities to ensure investigations are managed effectively and lessons communicated. Key accountabilities will include: • Align programmes of work to Business Integrity and Origin protocols, in order to establish a consistent approach for how the LNG BU manages serious investigations and events • Lead on content preparation of Holding Statements/Q&A as appropriate • Coordinate as required Swat/Investigations, resourcing/engagement • Assess requirements and mobilise teams to contain, manage and investigate event/issue. Engage external support as appropriate • Monitor trends and systemic issues and develop and drive resolution and prevention actions • Provide incident and investigation management information to senior management With experience running a broad range of investigations in large and complex environments, the successful candidate will be able to demonstrate an ability to apply their knowledge to build frameworks, processes and governance, creating a best practise environment that can deliver consistent results. Ideally coming from an energy, industrial, mining or similar environment you will be able to demonstrate exceptional stakeholder management skills as well as the ability to build processes and frameworks from the ground up. If you're passionate about working with Origin and this role sounds like the challenge you've been looking for, please submit an application by February 28th 2014.
ADVERTISER: LNG
SALARY: Not Specified
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JOB TITLE:

INVESTIGATIONS OFFICER

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: Melbourne, VIC
DATE:   27/02/2014
DESCRIPTION: We currently have a unique opportunity for an experienced Investigations Officer to join our Investigations team based at the VicRoads head office in Kew. In this role you will be responsible for the investigation of complex and sensitive matters relating to internal and external corruption, malpractice and fraudulent activity. You will also coordinate complex investigations and provide authoritative advice in relation to sensitive matters. Previous relevant experience in law enforcement, investigative or regulatory compliance roles is required. Experience in the conduct of sensitive employee investigations and knowledge of workplace relations best practice standards would also be highly regarded. The successful candidate must demonstrate integrity of the highest order as this position has access to personal, sensitive, confidential and private information and must maintain confidentiality and meet privacy requirements. A current and valid driver's licence is required. For more information or to discuss this position, please contact Ewan Giles, Manager Investigations on (03) 9854 2907.
ADVERTISER: VicRoads
SALARY: $75,176 to $91,463 (plus superannuation)
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JOB TITLE:

Probity Investigation Project Specialist

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: Brisbane, QLD
DATE:   27/02/2014
DESCRIPTION: An exciting opportunity presents to work with the Office of Liquor and Gaming Regulation undertaking suitability investigations into current and prospective participants in Queensland's dynamic gaming industry. For 12 months, with possibility of extension, you will work as a Probity Investigation Project Specialist undertaking large and complex probity investigations to establish the suitability of individuals and organisations to be involved with Queensland’s casino and other gaming industries. You may be required to travel interstate and overseas working as a team member or a team leader on assigned investigations. For further information about this position and details on how to apply, please visit the Queensland Government Smart Jobs and Careers website www.smartjobs.qld.gov.au. Job Ad Reference: QLD/105253/14. Closing Date: Friday, 7 March 2014
ADVERTISER: Department of Justice and Attorney-General / Brisbane
SALARY: $103,845 - $109,830 per annum
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JOB TITLE:

Planning & Development Investigation Officer

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: Torquay, VIC
DATE:   26/02/2014
DESCRIPTION: Planning & Development Investigation Officer )Planning & Development Investigation Officer Surf Coast Shire Council Planning & Development Investigation Officer Permanent Full Time $80,804 (inc 9.25% Super) & RDOs Council’s Planning and Development Department is seeking an experienced professional to assist in implementing the Surf Coast Planning Scheme. This position will be responsible for undertaking inspections, ensuring satisfactory compliance with relevant legislation and assisting with the development of departmental policies and procedures. Mandatory requirements: • Tertiary qualification in town planning or similar discipline • Minimum three years experience in planning investigations/enforcement or local laws related work • Strong understanding of the principles underlying planning and building legislation in Victoria • Current driver's licence, and • Police check results relevant to this position (will be arranged by Surf Coast Shire Council). Position descriptions are available from our website or through Customer Service on 5261 0600. Applications addressing the selection criteria to be sent online or by post to: Adam Devereux, Human Resources Surf Coast Shire PO Box 350, Torquay Vic 3228 by 5pm, Sunday 2 March 2014. Surf Coast Shire Council is an equal opportunity employer and completes police checks for all employees. To be considered for this position, a statement addressing the selection criteria, as outlined in the Position Description, must be provided. www.surfcoast.vic.gov.au
ADVERTISER: Surf coast council
SALARY: Salary$80,804 (inc 9.25% Super) & RDOs
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JOB TITLE:

Corporate Investigator Woolworths Ltd - Sydney

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: Sydney , NSW
DATE:   26/02/2014
DESCRIPTION: About Us As Australia's biggest retail group, Woolworths Limited, has the most trusted food, liquor and general merchandise brands. With recent expansion into home improvement, financial services and award-winning multi-channel initiatives, our innovation and customer obsession is changing the face of Australian retail. About Group Risk The Group Risk function and Divisional risk teams drive business performance by enabling decisive risk management. We are a corporate support function and our job is to provide thought leadership, best practise advice and a shared service that adds value. We have created a compelling offer and will continue to build relationships that partner for better outcomes. Last month Group Risk announced its new operating structure and operating model which now provides Divisions with more accountability in managing their own risks with the support of Centres of Expertise including a Risk Shared Service. Group Risk provides easy access to quality risk expertise and advice focused on driving customer value. This streamlined, united and effective operating model ensures that we are a high performing team providing the best service to our customers. About the role: Reporting to the Group Investigations Manager, this role will support the implementation of best investigation practices across all Divisions within the state to ensure consistency and alignment for all exceptions and non-conformances. In this role, you will: Establish Best Practice relative to Major Crime Investigation strategies across the Group Conduct Major/Corporate investigations as required Develop a customer centric and collaborative culture within the investigation team Identify root causes of incidents and non-conformances, creating transparency and visibility to the Business. To be considered for this role you should have the following: Extensive investigation experience with previous experience in Loss Prevention desirable but not essential Exposure and experience in Corporate Support within retail. Demonstrated ability to influence resources to effectively service and manage key stakeholder relationships Sound financial management experience Critical negotiation skills (internal and external stakeholders) We Will Offer You Attractive Remuneration Package - including base salary, super and incentive scheme. Added Benefits - Including staff discount, free secure parking, corporate healthcare options, fitness centre, onsite supermarket and a choice of cafes. Training and Education - We pride ourselves in helping you realise your potential. An exciting career - As our business grows, so do the opportunities for our people If you have the energy, edge and ideas that will shape the future of our business for years to come then we want to hear from you!
ADVERTISER: Woolworths
SALARY: Attractive Remuneration Package - including base salary, super and incentive scheme."
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JOB TITLE:

INVESTIGATIONS OFFICER – Victoria

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: Melbourne, VIC
DATE:   26/02/2014
DESCRIPTION: This is a unique opportunity for an experienced Investigations Officer to join our team based at the head office at Kew. Department: VicRoads Work Type: Ongoing - full time Job Function: Regulatory, Governance and Compliance Classification: See Advertisement Work Location: Melbourne - Eastern Metro Reference: VG/004K3 Closing Date: 16-Mar-2014 Salary Range: See Advertisement Job Duration: N/A Attachments: No File Attached PD Preview: Preview unavailable for this role Contact: Ewan Giles (03) 9854 2907 Position Details We currently have a unique opportunity for an experienced Investigations Officer to join our Investigations team based at the VicRoads head office in Kew. In this role you will be responsible for the investigation of complex and sensitive matters relating to internal and external corruption, malpractice and fraudulent activity. You will also coordinate complex investigations and provide authoritative advice in relation to sensitive matters. Previous relevant experience in law enforcement, investigative or regulatory compliance roles is required. Experience in the conduct of sensitive employee investigations and knowledge of workplace relations best practice standards would also be highly regarded. The successful candidate must demonstrate integrity of the highest order as this position has access to personal, sensitive, confidential and private information and must maintain confidentiality and meet privacy requirements. A current and valid driver's licence is required. which is equivalent to a VicRoads VRO4 classification(Starting salary is normally at the base of the range). For more information or to discuss this position, please contact Ewan Giles, Manager Investigations on (03) 9854 2907.
ADVERTISER: Vic Roads
SALARY: Salary range is $75,176 to $91,463 (plus 9.25% superannuation)
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JOB TITLE:

Senior Workplace Investigator

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: Melbourne, VIC
DATE:   20/02/2014
DESCRIPTION: Senior Workplace Investigator The Workplace Services Team within People and Culture provides expert advice and support to the department on employee related matters. Working within the department’s strategic objective of “building a high performing justice system”, Workplace Services delivers consultative, progressive, innovative, fair and ethical people management solutions. Job Details Careers Logo Department: Department of Justice Work Type: Ongoing - full time Job Function: Human Resources (HR) Classification: VPSG6 Work Location: Melbourne - CBD Reference: VG/DJ9084 Closing Date: 24-Feb-2014 Salary Range: $101,207 - $135,435 Job Duration: n/a Attachments: DJ9084.DOC (Word, 850KB) Job Specification DJ9084 - Application Form.DOC (Word, 752KB) PD Preview: Preview unavailable for this role Contact: Jenny Smit, Senior Recruitment Advisor (03) 8684 7130 Position Details Senior Workplace Investigator Newly created position VPS Grade 6 CBD Location Reporting to the Manager Employee Investigations, you will provide specialist case management services, strategic and innovative advice in relation to employee investigations, across the Department of Justice. This role is imperative in ensuring high quality outcomes, practices and delivery of employee investigations whilst continuously ensuring quality standards, systems and compliance are met. Key accountabilities include: Conduct highly complex and sensitive end-to-end workplace misconduct investigations within tight time frames Provide strategic advice and support to senior management that is inline with the regulatory framework. Analyse, manage and resolve complex workplace investigations matters and prepare thorough reports and correspondence Gather evidence, provide advice and conduct initial assessments of matters referred to the Employee Investigations team To be successful you will have: Qualifications in Employee Law or Human Resources would be advantageous Previous experience and up-to-date knowledge in the area of Workplace Relations Proven experience undertaking complex and sensitive investigations High level awareness and understanding of the current legislative and industrial framework that applies to the Victorian Public Servants (VPS) Excellent verbal and written communication is paramount Strong conceptual and analytical skills How to Apply: Applicants should apply online outlining professional skills, knowledge and personal qualities. Applications to include: Resume, A short covering letter, and Completed application form (including responses to questions) Attachments can be uploaded in either .doc, .docx, .pdf, .txt, or .rtf formats. Separate responses to “key selection criteria” within the position description are not required. Applicants should view the full position description attached to this advertisement before applying. Applicants are encouraged to contact Jenny Smit, Senior Recruitment Advisor, on (03) 8684 7130, to discuss the application process. Applications close midnight on Monday 24 February 2014. If you require a copy of this advertisement or any attached documentation in an accessible format, such as large print, please email careers@justice.vic.gov.au.
ADVERTISER: DOJ Victoria
SALARY: Salary Range: $101,207 - $135,435
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JOB TITLE:

Senior Investigations Officer

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: Sydney , NSW
DATE:   20/02/2014
DESCRIPTION: LocationSydney NSW specifiedIndustryGovernment & Chandler Macleod Date listed13 February 2014 Immediate start! CBD Location 4 month contract with strong potentail for extension We are immediately seeking a Senior Investigations Officer for a large NSW Government Department. The role is conveniently located in the CBD and is on offer for 4 months initially with the strong potential for extension. This is an exciting opportunity to be part of funding investigations for specific campaigns. As the Senior Investigations Officer you will be responsible for undertaking assessments and investigations of apparent breaches of the Election Funding, Expenditure and Disclosures Act 1981. The position will require you to report on all findings to the Compliance Manager and recommend appropriate enforcement action. You will be also be expected to maintain strong relationships with various internal and external stakeholders to collect evidence and analyse findings. In order to be successful in this Senior Investigations Officer role you will need the following experience: Proven experience in a similar role, preferably within the Public sector Sound knowledge of the Election Funding, Expenditure and Disclosures Act 1981 and associated legislation and regulations Demonstrated team participation skills working within a legal or compliance team High level analytical/problem solving skills Outstanding written and verbal communication skills Excellent stakeholder management skills Strong attention to detail and organisational skills Essential to be Politically neutral in this position If you match the above criteria, please call Kate Taylor on 9269 8862 for more information.
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SALARY: Not Specified
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JOB TITLE:

Manager Investigations (6 month contract)

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: Sydney , NSW
DATE:   20/02/2014
DESCRIPTION: Manager Investigations (6 month contract) - Sydney CBD Location: Sydney < New South Wales < Australia Job Type: Contract, Full time Posted on: 18 Feb 14 At CommBank, we never lose sight of the role we play in other people’s financial wellbeing. Our focus is to help people and businesses move forward, make the right financial decisions and achieve their dreams, targets and aspirations. Business Unit: Wealth Management (WM) is one of the key business units within the Group and consists of Colonial First State Investments, Colonial First State Global Asset Management, Wealth Management Advice and CommInsure. WM provides strategic and operational support for all distribution of investment and insurance products. WM has over 5700 staff throughout Australia, New Zealand, UK, Singapore, Indonesia, China and Hong Kong and contributes approximately 13 per cent of the Group's profit. The Advice Licensee Services (ALS) team goal is to work tirelessly to 'make it easier' for advisers to deliver quality advice and service to their customers. We do this by ensuring that we listen to the needs of the aligned advice businesses and their advisers, building robust processes to ensure consistent delivery of our services and encouraging a culture of continuous improvement. Key functions we perform include preparing high quality advice documents for advisers, ensuring they have the right tools to deliver quality advice and service to their customers, advice coaching, advice quality assurance, delivering services that reduce administrative burdens on advisers, and partnering with the Wealth Management Advice in embedding the CBA Operational Risk Management Framework (ORMF) and Advice Supervision and Monitoring Framework. Duties: Reporting into the Senior Manager Investigation you willconduct investigations and provide reporting on the nature and extent of instances, issues, incidents and breaches in relation to matters that may pose a risk to Wealth Management Advice. Your key responsibilities: Conduct reviews and investigations to protect the reputation of Wealth Management Advice. Build effective relationships and engage collaboratively with multiple stakeholders regarding investigations and thematic reviews within Wealth Management Advice. Undertake data analysis to identify and investigate emerging and thematic risks. Utilise all sources of data to conduct thorough and accurate investigations that will inform appropriate decision-making amongst relevant stakeholders within Wealth Management Advice. Report on the outcomes of investigations in correspondence and written reports. Raise instances, issues, incidents and breaches in a timely and effective manner to the appropriate stakeholders within Wealth Management Advice for further investigation and analysis. Develop and maintain a sound understanding of investments, superannuation, financial services, industry trends and legislative standards in order to apply that understanding to conduct a thorough and detailed investigation of the problem. Provide advice to, and agree remedial actions with, appropriate stakeholders. Assist in formulating responses to Regulatory enquiries and Statutory Notices as required. Provide input into Business Unit and Risk Projects as required. Conduct investigations in accordance with agreed timeframes and processes. You will have: Previous experience as an Adviser or role with exposure to the provision of Advice Previous experience in Investigations, Customer Resolution or other relevant role RG146 compliant in the following generic and specialist areas: Generic knowledge; Managed investments; Life insurance; Superannuation; Financial planning and skills Advanced Diploma in Financial Services (desirable) Degree qualified in Business Management, Finance, Commerce, Legal or other relevant discipline (desirable) Clear and audible communication Attention to detail Good level of technical knowledge Good time management and organisational skills
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SALARY: Salary: Competitive"
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JOB TITLE:

Assessment Officer

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: Robina, QLD
DATE:   20/02/2014
DESCRIPTION: The purpose of the Assessment Officer is to investigate, assess and determine matters relating to the delivery of QBCC’s services including building disputes, home warranty insurance claims, licensing and compliance. 1. Process licensing, insurance and dispute management matters in accordance with delegation including declining claims. 2. Undertake performance audits of contractors and certifiers and undertake investigations of breaches of legislation administered by QBCC, and prepare reports/recommendations for action. 3. Interpret and apply policy and legislation. 4. Undertake research for cases and projects. 5. Represent the QBCC in promotional and educational activities. 6. Represent the QBCC in hearings before the tribunal and courts as required. 7. Participate in planning and change management activities making recommendations for improvements. 8. Gather industry intelligence to ensure proactive service delivery. 9. Undertake general administrative duties and support communication across the QBCC networks. The ideal candidate will be able to: 1. Manage cases using research, decision-making, planning and report writing skills. 2. Apply, interpret and provide advice on and implement legislation and policy. 3. Use communication and problem solving techniques to achieve innovation and deliver and promote quality customer service. 4. Contribute to the team to achieve outcomes and effective work relationships. Job details Job type Permanent Full-time Occupational group Administration Classification AO4 Workplace Location Gold Coast Job ad reference QLD/QBCC05/14 Closing date 03-Mar-2014 Fortnightly salary $2414.70 - $2655.20 Job duration Contact person Paul Nash Contact details 07 5583 2273
ADVERTISER: Queensland Building and Construction Commission
SALARY: Yearly salary $62998 - $69272
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JOB TITLE:

WHS INVESTIGATOR

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: Canberra City , ACT
DATE:   09/02/2014
DESCRIPTION: MAKE AN IMPACT High Profile Agency Take a Lead in Promoting A Safe Workplace Here is an exciting opportunity to join a large organisation within their well established WHS team. Within this role you will be proactive and supportive of new Health and Safety initiatives and contribute towards positive change by making sure risks in the workplace are properly controlled. Your proven background in WHS, strong interpersonal and organisational skills will enable you to effectively liaise with industry leaders, and other Government bodies. You'll have relevant qualifications in WHS and practical understanding of operational requirements. The successful applicant will have Health and Safety inspector experience and you must hold a minimum of a Cert IV in OH&S and be committed to furthering your knowledge and expertise in this field. A current driver's licence is mandatory and you must be an Australian Citizen to apply. In return you will be rewarded with an operational role within a proactive team, and have a great opportunity to grow your expertise in the public sector. For a confidential elaboration please phone Helen Rutherford on 02 6112 7650 or email helen.rutherford@hays.com.au
ADVERTISER: Hays Recruitment Agency
SALARY: Not Specified
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JOB TITLE:

Insurance Investigators - VICTORIA

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: Melbourne, VIC
DATE:   09/02/2014
DESCRIPTION: Insurance Investigators - VICTORIA Quantumcorp is currently recruiting investigators to join our specialist team of General Insurance investigators. Full training will be provided to successful candidates. 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: Understanding of insurance claim processes Understanding of the Insurance Contracts Act and Code of Practice 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 challenging and rewarding. In return we will reward you with competitive rates, a great work/life balance, career opportunities and ongoing professional development. 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:

Human Resource Investigators.

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: Perth, WA
DATE:   09/02/2014
DESCRIPTION: Human Resource Investigator Australia Wide Investigations (AWI) requires suitably qualified Our client base includes state and local government departments and the corporate sector. The position involves undertaking dispute resolution investigations in accordance with statutory and regulatory frameworks that include Company or Departmental policies and procedures which in turn are aligned with legislation such as the Public Sector Management Act 1994, Occupational Safety & Health Act 1984 and Fair Work Australia Act 2009. The nature of investigations will vary in scope and complexity. Complaints to be investigated include, but are not limited to, alleged misconduct, discrimination, harassment, workplace bullying, hostile work environment, interpersonal conflict and unfair treatment. The investigator is required to assess, analyse and report findings, conclusions and in some cases make recommendations based on facts and evidence obtained in the course of the investigation. Investigations are conducted independently and in accordance with the principles of due process and natural justice. Findings are based on the balance of probabilities. The ideal applicant will have: High level of investigative skills; High level of report writing skills; Strong interpersonal skills; Demonstrated experience and skill in conducting employment related investigations and drafting reports; Good working knowledge of applicable state and federal laws and regulations; Ability to identify, analyse and differentiate investigation issues and processes into employee complaints; Ability to gather information by examining organisational policies, procedures and codes of conduct, professional standards, other relevant records, and interviewing individuals; Ability to exercise sound judgement and discretion in handling confidential information; Ability to organise and prioritise work; Ability to coordinate competing interests and work under time constraints; Good computer knowledge and internet skills; and Knowledge of human resources principles and practices. Remuneration will be in accordance with experience. We have both full time and part time positions available. You have the opportunity to work as a contractor or after a qualifying period as an employee. If you are looking for a flexible and great work environment and want to be part of a professional supportive and experienced team, please email your application and resume to tony@awipl.com.au
ADVERTISER: AWI
SALARY: Not Specified
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JOB TITLE:

Principal Investigator

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: Melbourne, VIC
DATE:   09/02/2014
DESCRIPTION: Principal Investigator The Minister for Mental Health, the Hon. Mary Wooldridge MP, released A new Mental Health Act for Victoria – Summary of proposed reforms in October 2012, outlining the government’s reform objectives and policy intentions for Victoria’s new mental health legislation. The legislation will establish the Mental Health Complaints Commissioner (MHCC) as a specialist body to receive and resolve complaints about public mental health services. As a member of the team in the Department of Health that is preparing for the commencement of the MHCC, you will report to the MHCC Establishment Project Leader and play the lead role in developing the MHCC’s investigation policies and procedures. Once the MHCC begins operating, you will be responsible for leading and managing investigations into allegations of service failure and breaches of the Act, ensuring compliance with a range of legislative requirements, processes and standards. You will monitor investigations ensuring adequate resources are available, and prepare and review complex written materials including affidavits and applications for warrants, briefs of evidence for court, internal reports and other documents. To succeed in this role you will need to be: A highly experienced investigator with strong project management skills. Committed to achieving evidence-based outcomes aimed at addressing issues affecting vulnerable people. A team player who recognises the benefits of working collaboratively in a small organisation. How to Apply: Applicants are encouraged to apply online, submitting a cover letter and a current resume. Please note: For this role, you are not required to address each of the key selection criteria separately in a written document. Applicants are strongly encouraged to view the Information for Applicants document to obtain guidance on what to include in your cover letter and resume. This document also provides information on the department's recruitment and employment safety screening processes. The department encourages and welcomes interest from Aboriginal Australians for this role. Please contact our Aboriginal employment information and support line (phone: 1300 092 406 or email: aboriginal.employment@dhs.vic.gov.au) should you wish to access assistance with your application. Click 'Apply Now' below to submit your interest in this role, or click here to obtain step-by-step guidance on how to register and apply online. For further information regarding the Department of Health, please visit www.health.vic.gov.au
ADVERTISER: Health Victoria
SALARY: Not Specified
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JOB TITLE:

investigators

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: Bankstown
DATE:   03/02/2014
DESCRIPTION: Special Investigations Officer - PV S100-14-765 What can we offer you? 7 Day Rotating Roster Work/life Balance Annual Salary Range $69,087- $80,545 + Super + Leaseback Car Be part of our progress... We are a leading, innovative and successful council, responsible for the planning and management of the City of Bankstown. We are creating a proud, safe, sustainable community and provide services and facilities that respect the environment and acknowledge diversity. We are currently involved in an exciting period of change in the Bankstown CBD area. Do you have what we need? A great opportunity now exists within Bankstown City Council’s Investigations Unit for a suitably skilled Special Investigator. Reporting to the Team Leader – Investigations, this role is responsible for all designated Investigations for Council. The focus of this position is to complete end to end investigations in conjunction with Councils compliance responsibilities within the community. The Investigations Unit is responsible for pursuing a variety of general compliance and enforcement issues. This position will use a mix of regulatory, educative and policy mechanisms to promote a range of issues including (but not limited to) pollution prevention, the management of vehicle parking and abandoned vehicles, companion animals and the management of footways and trees. The position is required to undertake case management of matters under investigation and ensure that all investigation and compliance matters attended to include the comprehensive recording mechanism in preparation for litigation. To succeed in this role you will have: Relevant tertiary qualifications and/or extensive job-related experience. Current Drivers Licence. Current work experience in the field of Regulatory compliance. Extensive demonstrated experience in conducting investigations. Demonstrated high level of experience in preparing evidence and written reports on legal matters. This position requires a Pre Placement Health Assessment in the interest of providing a safe and healthy workplace. The medical will take place at one of Council's chosen providers and will be conducted at the Council's expense. How do I apply: Applications can be submitted online via our website. http://www.ezicareers.com.au/bankstown. Applications should address the Essential Criteria in the position description. For more information please contact Greg Matts (Team Leader - Investigations) 02 9707 9903. Applications close 5pm, Sunday 16 February 2014.
ADVERTISER: Bankstown Council
SALARY: Annual Salary Range $69,087- $80,545 + Super + Leaseback Car
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JOB TITLE:

Senior Investigations Officer

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: Rockhampton, QLD
DATE:   29/01/2014
DESCRIPTION: Senior Investigations Officer Justice and Attorney-General (Organisation site) State-wide Operations; Office of Fair Trading; Liquor, Gaming and Fair Trading; Rockhampton Key Responsibilities • Overseeing and undertaking investigations into possible breaches of legislation administered by the Office of Fair Trading. • Monitoring a wide range of marketplace and industry activity for compliance with legislation and initiating corrective action where necessary in accordance with the Office's Enforcement Policy • Preparing prosecution briefs and representing the Office in court proceedings • Assisting with the development and implementation of compliance programs • Preparing reports, submissions, briefs, memoranda and correspondence in relation to the investigation of complaints of a complex or sensitive nature • Guiding, assisting, mentoring and supporting other team members in the conduct of their duties • Undertaking stakeholder engagement and education activities aimed at achieving a high level of compliance with fair trading legislation, including representing the Office of Fair Trading in dealings with other agencies, industry and community groups. • Providing accurate and relevant information and advice to clients regarding the Office's legislation, services, policies, procedures, forms, fees etc. Applications to remain current for 12 months. Job details Job type Permanent Full-time Occupational group Auditing & Compliance Classification AO5 Workplace Location Rockhampton region Job ad reference QLD/17442/14 Closing date 11-Feb-2014 Yearly salary $73005 - $79353 Fortnightly salary $2798.30 - $3041.60 Job duration Contact person Rodney Page Contact details Ph: (07) 4938 4002
ADVERTISER: Office of Fair Trading
SALARY: $73005 - $79353
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JOB TITLE:

Investigators

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: Sydney, NSW
DATE:   27/01/2014
DESCRIPTION: » Location: Sydney » Work type: Contract/Temp » Classification: Insurance & Superannuation Other Investigators - Factual and Surveillance LS & Associates is a long established professional and progressive insurance investigation company with offices in Sydney, Newcastle, Melbourne 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. LS & Associates is currently recruiting both Factual and Surveillance Investigators to join our rapidly growing investigation teams throughout New South Wales. We offer excellent contract rates, certainty of work, on-going training, and a highly professional management support environment. We are also offering full time positions for the right candidates. Minimum requirements for both Factual and Surveillance Investigators: - At least two years? experience - Current driver?s license - Up to date equipment - Excellent computer skills - Proven ability to manage strict reporting deadlines - Excellent verbal, report writing, and written communication skills - Strong ability to solve problems, be proactive, and attention to detail - Interest in being part of a learning and innovative team environment Factual Investigators: We are seeking applications from persons with investigative experience as well as those who have relevant legal or similar tertiary qualifications and/or experience working in the legal or insurance industries. If you have other experience and think you are suitable you should also contact us. We expect our Factual 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 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. Formal responses should be sent to the email address below and include a letter of introduction, resume, and other information considered relevant to the response. Vincent Quattropani Managing Director LS & Associates Email: vincentq@lsassociates.com.au -
ADVERTISER: LS&Associates
SALARY: "We offer excellent contract rates, certainty of work, on-going training,"
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JOB TITLE:

Circumstance/Factual and Surveillance Investigators

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: Melbourne, VIC
DATE:   27/01/2014
DESCRIPTION: » Location: Melbourne » Work type: Contract/Temp » Classification: Insurance & Superannuation Assessment ARB & Associates Pty Ltd seeks expressions of interest for experienced Circumstantial/Factual and Surveillance Investigators for insurance based investigations having at least 5 years experience. Preferrably we seek investigators that are multi-skilled and capable of conducting circumstance/factual and surveillance investigations, as we operate a boutique investigation company and as such our priority is in multi-skilled investigators. Requirements » Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training Certificate » To be honest and reliable » Laptop computer, portable printer, scanner and cameras/video » A reliable vehicle of a neutral colour » Current drivers licence » Current Victorian Private Investigators Licence » References and samples of previous reports completed Successful applicants will be engaged as sub-contractors and will be required to have their own public liability insurance which can be arranged through our broker if necessary. Please email resume to rbonnici1@bigpond.com.
ADVERTISER: ARB
SALARY: Not specified
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JOB TITLE:

Circumstance/Factual and Surveillance Investigators

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: Melbourne, VIC
DATE:   27/01/2014
DESCRIPTION: » Location: Melbourne » Work type: Contract/Temp » Classification: Insurance & Superannuation Assessment ARB & Associates Pty Ltd seeks expressions of interest for experienced Circumstantial/Factual and Surveillance Investigators for insurance based investigations having at least 5 years experience. Preferrably we seek investigators that are multi-skilled and capable of conducting circumstance/factual and surveillance investigations, as we operate a boutique investigation company and as such our priority is in multi-skilled investigators. Requirements » Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training Certificate » To be honest and reliable » Laptop computer, portable printer, scanner and cameras/video » A reliable vehicle of a neutral colour » Current drivers licence » Current Victorian Private Investigators Licence » References and samples of previous reports completed Successful applicants will be engaged as sub-contractors and will be required to have their own public liability insurance which can be arranged through our broker if necessary. Please email resume to rbonnici1@bigpond.com.
ADVERTISER: ARB
SALARY: Not specified
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JOB TITLE:

Investigator

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: Perth, WA
DATE:   25/01/2014
DESCRIPTION: Investigator Department of Commerce Building Commission 016687 Level 4 $70,820 – $74,845 pa PSGOGA 2011 Enforcement Branch, Compliance Directorate Opportunity up to 6 months with possible extension which may lead to permanency Possibility of appointment to similar vacancies within the Building Commission Division The role The Investigator is responsible for investigating complaints in connection with breaches of the following statutes and associated regulations: Building Services (Complaint Resolution and Administration) Act 2011; Building Services (Registration) Act 2011; Building Act 2011; Home Building Contracts Act 1991; Water Services Licensing Repealed Builders’ Registration Act 1939; and Repealed Painters’ Registration Act 1961. About Commerce The Department of Commerce works with the community to ensure high standards of safety and protection for workers and consumers, and promotes and fosters innovative industries and enterprise. The Department of Commerce is an equal opportunity employer committed to workplace equity and diversity. In line with our commitment, we encourage Indigenous Australians, women, young people, people with disabilities and people from culturally diverse backgrounds to apply. The Building Commission works to ensure a fair and efficient building industry by consolidating building policy, building standards and practitioner registration. For information on Department of Commerce activities visit our website at www.commerce.wa.gov.au
ADVERTISER: Commerce WA
SALARY: Level 4 $70,820 – $74,845 pa
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JOB TITLE:

Investigator

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: Perth, WA
DATE:   25/01/2014
DESCRIPTION: Investigator Department of Commerce Building Commission 016687 Level 4 $70,820 – $74,845 pa PSGOGA 2011 Enforcement Branch, Compliance Directorate Opportunity up to 6 months with possible extension which may lead to permanency Possibility of appointment to similar vacancies within the Building Commission Division The role The Investigator is responsible for investigating complaints in connection with breaches of the following statutes and associated regulations: Building Services (Complaint Resolution and Administration) Act 2011; Building Services (Registration) Act 2011; Building Act 2011; Home Building Contracts Act 1991; Water Services Licensing Repealed Builders’ Registration Act 1939; and Repealed Painters’ Registration Act 1961. About Commerce The Department of Commerce works with the community to ensure high standards of safety and protection for workers and consumers, and promotes and fosters innovative industries and enterprise. The Department of Commerce is an equal opportunity employer committed to workplace equity and diversity. In line with our commitment, we encourage Indigenous Australians, women, young people, people with disabilities and people from culturally diverse backgrounds to apply. The Building Commission works to ensure a fair and efficient building industry by consolidating building policy, building standards and practitioner registration. For information on Department of Commerce activities visit our website at www.commerce.wa.gov.au
ADVERTISER: Commerce WA
SALARY: Level 4 $70,820 – $74,845 pa
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JOB TITLE:

Senior Investigator, Major Investigations Team (MIT)

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: Brisbane, QLD
DATE:   25/01/2014
DESCRIPTION: Senior Investigator, Major Investigations Team (MIT) Office of the Queensland Ombudsman (Organisation site) Brisbane As a Senior Investigator in MIT you will: Conduct investigations into the administrative actions of Queensland public sector agencies to identify maladministration, with particular reference to maladministration of a serious and systemic nature; and prepare reports on those investigations, including reports for tabling in Parliament. Lead or manage the development and delivery of other high priority strategies and programs designed to assist agencies to improve their decision-making and administrative practice. The ideal candidate will: Demonstrate experience in identifying maladministration of a serious and systemic nature, and recommend appropriate remedial and preventive responses, by applying: expertise in public administration and/or administrative law high level investigative and analytical skills. Demonstrate advanced written communication skills and effective research and analytical skills, in preparing complex reports for the Ombudsman (including reports that may be tabled in Parliament) on investigations. Demonstrate highly developed oral communication skills in order to interview, consult, negotiate and liaise effectively with a wide range of stakeholders on complex and sensitive issues. Possess and apply effective project management and time management skills in conducting investigations and other projects in accordance with priorities and deadlines. Demonstrate ability to lead a team and to work across teams. Demonstrate their ability to provide high level accurate and timely advice on complex issues. Job details Job type Temporary Full-time Occupational group Justice & Legal Classification AO7 Workplace Location Brisbane - CBD Job ad reference QLD/OMB1/14 Closing date 04-Feb-2014
ADVERTISER: Qld Ombudsman
SALARY: Yearly salary $95789 - $102716
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JOB TITLE:

Senior Investigator

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: Perth, WA
DATE:   25/01/2014
DESCRIPTION: Professional Standards This is an opportunity to be a part of a highly professional and productive team of investigators, in a challenging and changing environment. The team focuses on thoroughness, efficiency and playing a crucial part in delivering fair and just outcomes. This is for permanent and fixed term, full time opportunities. Role This role emphasises responsibility for undertaking relatively complex investigations within a contemporary investigative framework, and is expected to liaise with external stakeholders. The Senior Investigator is based in Perth, however, will be required to travel on occasions by road or air to Departmetal workplaces across the state to conduct investigations. Two positions are being offered initially: one is available immediately and the other is expected to be filled via a recruitment Pool within the next 12 months. Work-Related Requirements Please read the attached Job Description Form for more information about the position All Department of Corrective Services employees are required to undergo a National Criminal History check. Special Requirements Intrastate travel is required from time-to-time. This position is also rostered to be availablee to answer business calls outside of normal business hours. The successful applicants will be expected to obtain a Baseline National Vetting Security (BLV) Clearance upon commencement and this will be expected to be maintained during the term of the appointment. This will be arranged and funded by the Department. Shortlisted applicants may be required to undergo psychometric testing. Further Job Related Information If you are interested in the position, and want further information on the role contact Steve Norris on (08) 9264 1780 for a confidential discussion. Information about applying for a position and submitting your application is available on our website www.correctiveservices.wa.gov.au
ADVERTISER: Corrective Services WA
SALARY: Level 6, PSGOGA, $91,676 - $101,517 pa
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JOB TITLE:

Principal Inspector Investigations

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: Brisbane, QLD
DATE:   25/01/2014
DESCRIPTION: Principal Inspector Investigations Justice and Attorney-General (Organisation site) Principal Inspector (Investigations); Workplace Health and Safety Queensland; Office of Fair and Safe Work Queensland; Mt Gravatt (Garden Square) The ideal applicant will demonstrate the following key attributes as they apply to the key responsibilities of the role: • Demonstrated experience leading successful investigations through the case management process, interpreting statutory obligations in the planning of investigative strategies, gathering evidence, and providing critical advice on investigations issues and legal matters. • Demonstrated knowledge and experience of court processes, rules of evidence, and adherence to ethical standards of responsibility required by courts of law. • Demonstrated ability in analysing and reviewing complex technical reports, identifying important issues and recommending appropriate action in respect of those issues. • Highly effective interpersonal communication, presentation and written skills including proven ability in establishing effective relationships with stakeholders at all levels, and preparing substantial reports and prosecutions briefs in relation to complex investigations. • Demonstrated achievement in improving efficiencies in a multi-disciplinary team through effective planning, allocation and monitoring of resources and by commitment to innovative group learning and mentoring strategies. Applications to remain current for 12 months. Job details Job type Permanent Full-time Occupational group Occupational Health & Safety Classification AO6 Workplace Location Brisbane - South Job ad reference QLD/17439/14 Closing date 30-Jan-2014
ADVERTISER: Workplace Health and Safety Queensland
SALARY: Yearly salary $83765 - $89619
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JOB TITLE:

Manager, Employee Investigations

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: Melbourne, VIC
DATE:   25/01/2014
DESCRIPTION: The Employee Investigations team performs a critical function within the department's People and Culture business unit, conducting investigations into allegations of employee misconduct. As the Manager, Employee Investigations, you will lead and manage a small team of investigators and administrative staff who are responsible for conducting employee investigations. You will ensure your team provides high quality outcomes, practices and delivery of employee investigations whilst continuously improving quality standards, systems and compliance through reinforcing best practices. As our ideal candidate, you will have: Extensive experience in undertaking complex and sensitive investigations; Proven leadership and people management ability; Superior communication and stakeholder management skills; and A strategic and solution based approach to managing complex issues. A tertiary qualification in employment law or a related field is also desirable. This is a fixed-term position (maternity leave backfill) until 13 March 2015. How to Apply For further information and to express your interest, please contact Sarah-Jane Shaw of SJ&People Executive Search and Recruitment on (03) 8648 6653 or email your CV in Word format to sj@sjandpeople.com. Applications close on Wednesday 29 January 2014.
ADVERTISER: DOJ Victoria
SALARY: $101,207 - $135,435
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JOB TITLE:

Investigation Officer

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: Melbourne, VIC
DATE:   25/01/2014
DESCRIPTION: Investigation Officer 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 Well-developed written and oral communication skills Cognitive, problem solving and investigative ability, including ability to think laterally and show initiative in developing solutions Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to establish and maintain productive relationships with a wide range of internal and external stakeholders. The Ombudsman is an independent officer of the Parliament. He 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 his responsibilities under the Ombudsman Act, he is seeking a number of 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. How to apply: Applications outlining professional skills, knowledge and personal qualities should be submitted online via the ‘Apply Now’ button, uploading: Resume Covering letter - must specifically address the key selection criteria listed in the attached Position Description in order to be considered for the role. Applications close 2 February 2014. Other relevant information: A comprehensive position description is attached. For further information regarding the Victorian Ombudsman, please visit our website at www.ombudsman.vic.gov.au You will find all relevant information is listed in the position description. Any additional enquiries regarding the position can be directed to Ms Erin Barlow, Assistant Director on 9613 6222. Those wishing to submit an application using a mobile device should consider downloading the free app via http://www.vic.gov.au/social-media/mobile-apps/victorian-government-careers.html If you experience difficulties in applying online, please contact the HR Team on 9613 6222 or email your enquiry to ombudvic@ombudsman.vic.gov.au.
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SALARY: $71,511 - $81,137
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JOB TITLE:

Investigation Officer

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: Sydney, NSW
DATE:   25/01/2014
DESCRIPTION: NSW OMBUDSMAN Investigation Officer, Clerk Grade 7/8, Public Administration Division Position No. 14/02 Salary range: $83,962- $92,940 pa – Total Remuneration Package up to $102,559 pa (Package includes salary, employer’s contribution to superannuation and annual leave loading) Role: To conduct preliminary inquiries, resolve complaints and conduct formal investigations into maladministration by public authorities and local councils. Selection criteria: Demonstrated experience investigating complaints and using alternate dispute resolution techniques. Experience analysing complex matters in an investigative framework. Well developed interpersonal skills. Demonstrated ability to exercise sound judgement and to interpret and apply legislation. Demonstrated capacity to manage a diverse, high volume caseload. Demonstrated skill in succinct report writing and drafting correspondence on complex matters. Knowledge of the Ombudsman’s role and the operation of state and local government agencies. Word processing and computer skills with knowledge of Word, Excel and/or data base concepts. Job Notes: Applicants must attach a statement of claim demonstrating how they meet each of the selection criteria in addition to their resume We currently have one permanent Investigation Officer position specialising in local government and one temporary Investigation Officer generalist position available for up to 12 months. An eligibility list may be created for future permanent and/or temporary full-time and part-time vacancies Short listed applicants will be subject to security vetting which will include a criminal records check. This position requires a working with children check (WWCC) clearance and the successful applicant/s must provide their WWCC clearance number and/or evidence of their WWCC lodgement application, prior to commencement. Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander people and people with disability are encouraged to apply Inquiries: Sanya Silver (02) 9286 0964 Applications to: Apply online at http://www.jobs.nsw.gov.au
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SALARY: $83,962- $92,940 pa –
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JOB TITLE:

Private Investigators

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: Sydney, NSW
DATE:   25/01/2014
DESCRIPTION: Alpha Protective Pty Ltd is a licensed security services and investigations company looking for some private investigators to help out with some investigation jobs. Skills/ Qualifications: - Must have the PI license - Must have own transport - Must have driver's license - Good communication skills - Experience in the Investigation Industry an advantage. If you fit the above criteria, please apply online at http://alphaprotective.com.au/join-our-team.php For further information call us at (02) 86778251. Regards ALPHA PROTECTIVE PTY LTD. Security Services and Investigation. www.aplhaprotective.com.au
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SALARY: Not specified
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JOB TITLE:

Security Manager - Investigations skills required

JOB TYPE: Risk Management
LOCATION: Brisbane, QLD
DATE:   25/01/2014
DESCRIPTION: Security Manager Metcash are a $13.0bn business listed in the ASX top 100 with over 6,000 employees in Australia and New Zealand. We are a challenger brand and champion of the independent, supporting local retailers. Our portfolio of consumer brands includes Mitre 10, IGA, Cellarbrations and Autobarn. As an employer we empower our people to be accountable allowing them to grow their own careers. We give them the opportunity to champion innovation and initiatives which will make a difference to the independent retail industry. We offer development opportunities and reward initiative, success and results. As the State Security Manager you will provide professional security, loss prevention and investigative resources. You will provide guidance and assistance to matters related to physical and electronic security, fraud, loss prevention activities and conduct and ethical behaviour. A strong background in a security, loss prevention or investigations environment will be essential for success in this role, requiring you to proactively uphold all security related standards and recommend remedial actions to issues as they arise. You will: Maximise loss prevention activities by promoting compliance with policies and procedures Investigate loss and fraudulent activity in a timely, ethical and professional manner Conduct reviews and inspections of sits in accordance with policies and procedures Manage security staff and contractors Control all security related expenditure and accounts Assist other departments with complex or intelligence gathering and sharing tasks Assist with security training and loss prevention growth About you: You will have extensive experience in a security, loss prevention or investigations environment Strong investigation and analytical skills Knowledge of Australian risk management principles and their application Strong written and verbal communication skills with a professional approach to internal and external stakeholders Knowledge of Microsoft Office applications - particularly Excel. Tertiary qualifications in the investigation, security or loss prevention fields To find out more about Metcash visit us at www.metcash.com
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SALARY: Not Specified
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JOB TITLE:

Internal Auditor - Government Organisation

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: Sydney, NSW
DATE:   25/01/2014
DESCRIPTION: Internal Auditor - Government Organisation Thinking of a sector change? Looking for work-life balance? With an immediate start and generous remuneration? THE COMPANY: Friendly and dynamic team Minutes from public transport Excellent career opportunity THE ROLE: Asses risk, control and governance procedures during audit assessments in accordance with professional standards Assist with fraud and corruption investigations Process improvement - provide managers with appropriate advice on processes and IT systems Support the Audit & Risk Management Committee Ensure audit recommendations are adhered to in the correct, timely manner. YOUR BACKGROUND: CA/CPA qualified essential 4+ years in Internal Audit Proven ability to perform audits effectively Strong risk and process improvement knowledge Government policy & procedures and legislative changes that may impact on the internal audit function Excellent communication skills. If you are interested in applying for this role, please send your details through the appropriate link or email your CV to Muneeza.Ahmad@Markssattin.com
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SALARY: " $400 - $100k p.a."?
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JOB TITLE:

Experience in Code of Conduct investigations

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: Canberra City , ACT
DATE:   25/01/2014
DESCRIPTION: EL1 PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT AND CODE OF CONDUCT MANAGE COMPLEX CASES AND PERFORMANCE ISSUES Contract till 30 June 2014 Andrew Marshall 02 6112 7650 Due to an increase in workload, an opportunity has been created for an experienced EL1 Performance Management specialist with particular expertise in Code of Conduct investigations to join a large Federal Government agency to undertake a range of complex case management duties. Your role will be to provide support to the Executive in their efforts to ensure that the staff within their organisation are performing at the required level, and taking appropriate steps where underperformance is identified. Working closely with the Workplace Relations team, you will deliver best practice advice and assistance around potential breaches of the APS Code of Conduct and other complex HR/Performance Management issues and administrative reviews. In addition, you will bring the capability to provide a knowledge transfer to upskill existing staff to effectively manage future underperformance issues and complex cases. Applicants who can demonstrate relevant experience in similar positions and with qualifications in Fraud, Investigations, Human Resources or related disciplines will be looked upon favourably. Due to the nature of this employer you must be an Australian Citizen to apply. For a confidential consultation and elaboration on this rewarding opportunity, please contact directly. Andrew Marshall MAHRI- Senior Recruitment Consultant Hays - Recruiting Experts in Human Resources P: 02 61127650 E: Andrew.marshall@hays.com.au Reference Number: 1449681
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SALARY: Up to $120k package
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JOB TITLE:

Financial Investigator

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: Brisbane, QLD
DATE:   24/01/2014
DESCRIPTION: Financial Investigator 71,552 - 78,143 (Salary) Temporary Full time Applications close: 3 February 2014 We are currently seeking individuals to provide effective financial investigative input, within a multi-disciplinary team environment, into investigations relating to major crime (including Organised Crime and Proceeds of Crime) and misconduct. The ideal applicant will have: • An ability to undertake financial investigations in a law enforcement environment. • Strong interpersonal skills including the ability to effectively participate in multi-disciplinary teams. • Well developed written communication skills including the ability to prepare detailed reports. • An ability to research and analyse complex financial matters and prepare quality advice within tight timeframes. • An ability to rapidly acquire knowledge and to implement that knowledge within the parameters of relevant legislation and law enforcement methodologies. For more detailed information, see the position description for vacancy CMC 03/14. For any inquiries, please contact Angela Pyke on telephone (07) 3360 6135 or email hr@cmc.qld.gov.au.
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SALARY: 71,552 - 78,143 (Salary)
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JOB TITLE:

Investigator/Conciliator

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: Melbourne, VIC
DATE:   24/01/2014
DESCRIPTION: Victorian Government Statutory Authority Permanent position Attractive Salary package Our client, a statutory authority of the Victorian Government, is currently seeking an experienced Investigator to join their team. As an organisation, they oversee legislation, regulate practices and advise the Government on Industry standards. The primary purpose of the position is to investigate beaches into industry legislation, regulations and professional standards. The successful candidate will have/be: An investigative background that involved investigating breaches of legislation Experience in conducting interview preparing reports presenting evidence providing advice and guidance In return you will receive: An attractive salary package A chance to work for an innovative statutory authority of the Victorian Government CBD location A fun and friendly team Stat of the art working environment A chance to grow and develop your current skill set If your interested in this position please send your CV through to jacqui.ryland@randstad.com.au or call on 8319 1195 for a confidential discussion.
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SALARY: "An attractive salary package"
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JOB TITLE:

Surveillance Investigator

JOB TYPE: Surveillance Investigator
LOCATION: Sydney, NSW
DATE:   24/01/2014
DESCRIPTION: Are you an Investigations Professional who loves being the best? AHC INVESTIGATIONS is a specialist insurance investigation consultancy with headquarters in Sydney. We’re known for achieving results beyond the ordinary, our state of the art technology, and our personal approach in serving top tier clients around Australia. We seek to sub-contract suitably licensed and qualified, top flight Surveillance Investigators to join our expanding team in NSW with particular focus on Sydney Metro, Wollongong and regional NSW locations. Working with AHCi’s Case Managers, you’ll conduct physical investigations to achieve client objectives, while adhering to current industry legislation and best practice guidelines. To stand out from the crowd, you’ll need to display: > Solid experience in conducting covert investigations with a successful track record > Outstanding work ethics with the ability to think outside the box > A thorough understanding of industry requirements > High level technical competency with modern equipment at your disposal > A professional manner in everything you do. In return AHCi will provide varied assignments with very competitive sub-contract rates and prompt payment of invoices. We offer reliable in-office support and recognition of exceptional work. With our ongoing training and professional development program, we’ll help bring out the best in you, so that you can be the best for us! To learn more about us, visit www.ahci.com.au To apply for this position click “Apply” and submit both your resume and a covering letter addressing the selection criteria, showing us why you would be an ideal addition to our team. No telephone calls please. For any queries we request that you email us. National Manager Surveillance Branch
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SALARY: Not Specified
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JOB TITLE:

Senior Investigator (Tow Trucks) + (Public Vehicles)

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: Sydney, NSW
DATE:   24/01/2014
DESCRIPTION: Senior Investigator (Tow Trucks) + (PUblic Vehicles) An exciting opportunity exists for a Senior Investigator (Public Vehicles) and Senior Investigator (Tow Trucks) to join Roads and Maritime Services (RMS), a delivery agency within the Transport for NSW cluster. Our vision is to be the leader in the management and delivery of safe, efficient and high quality services and infrastructure to the community and businesses of NSW. The agency’s primary responsibilities are to manage the road network and travel times, provide building and maintenance solutions for road and maritime infrastructure, licence drivers and vessel operators and register vehicles and vessels. RMS also delivers initiatives to improve the movement of goods through the freight network. Communities across NSW utilise our services and networks, and our primary objective is to provide a safe and efficient journey. We have a responsibility to our employees, contractors and pedestrians, motorists and people accessing our waterways. The Senior Investigator is responsible for conducting high-level and complex investigations of matters associated with heavy vehicles and the road transport industry often in association with other agencies in order to support prosecutions against non-compliance. There are two permanent full-time positions available. Senior Investigator (Public Vehicles) Senior Investigator (Tow Trucks) If you have any further questions, please contact Mariana Leite on 02 8574 3790 Application Closing Date: 11:30pm on Sunday, 09 February 2014.
ADVERTISER: RTA NSW
SALARY: $96,627 - 103,876
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JOB TITLE:

Forensic fire Investigators x 5

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: National, Australia Wide
DATE:   20/01/2014
DESCRIPTION: Insight Intelligence is a Sydney based investigation company looking for several highly experienced, reliable, professional, forensic fire investigators with experience in all forms of fire investigations. The successful applicant will have 2-4 years of experience working in the public and/or private sectors performing origin and cause investigations on residential and commercial fires. Experience in the fire and explosion investigation and analysis field is a must. Experience working in the forensic field with the insurance industry preferred. Applicants must possess a current Private Investigators (full) Licence and Drivers Licence, be a Certified Fire Investigator, have a strong work ethic and have excellent verbal and written communication skills. We pay above standard rates for the right candidate and offer ongoing staff development and training. Please forward your resume to info@insightintelligence.com.au.
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SALARY: Above Industry Awards
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