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Investigators Required in NSW

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: NSW
DATE:   24/07/2014
DESCRIPTION: M & A Investigations is a renowned national investigation firm, specialising in surveillance and factual investigations for corporate and government clients. Due to a growth in our business, we are looking to recruit surveillance and factual investigators for work in NSW, ACT and VIC. Successful Applicants must: Be qualified with a minimum of Certificate III in Investigative Services Hold a current licence Be an experienced investigator Have an ABN with a Company structure Value providing quality service Be reliable Have a strong work ethic Please email your CV to ma@ma-investigations.com.au
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Investigators Required in ACT

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: ACT
DATE:   24/07/2014
DESCRIPTION: M & A Investigations is a renowned national investigation firm, specialising in surveillance and factual investigations for corporate and government clients. Due to a growth in our business, we are looking to recruit surveillance and factual investigators for work in NSW, ACT and VIC. Successful Applicants must: Be qualified with a minimum of Certificate III in Investigative Services Hold a current licence Be an experienced investigator Have an ABN with a Company structure Value providing quality service Be reliable Have a strong work ethic Please email your CV to ma@ma-investigations.com.au
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Surveillance Investigator

JOB TYPE: Surveillance Investigator
LOCATION: osford & Central Coast, NSW
DATE:   24/07/2014
DESCRIPTION: We are currently in search of fully licensed surveillance investigators to work on a casual contractors basis to perform surveillance in the Central Coast & Newcastle areas. Experience in this field is preferred but not necessary. We are currently seeking to appoint proactive, motivated, professional and committed individuals who are looking to develop and expand their skills and knowledge of the surveillance industry. Where applicable all training will be provided however all applicants must have some level of experience and be qualified plus hold a valid MASTER and OPERATOR CAPI licence or be approaching the end of the probationary period. The following qualifications are needed in order to complete this role; Knowledge of the Investigation / Insurance Industry Master and Operator licence Set up as a PTY LTD company Have own company insurances Aware of relevant legislations Drivers license and own motor vehicle Excellent oral & written communication Driven by excellence and motivated to get results Outstanding time management skills Attention to detail with the capacity to think outside the box Ability to work mostly on own as well as part of a team Available to work outside ordinary work hours including weekends Basic equipment to include a video camera and covert camera High level of initiative and take exceptional pride in own work Ability to earn great $$$, flexible hours and consistent work flow. To apply please forward a covering letter, a copy of your current driver, master and operator CAPI licence and resume to melanie@virtualintelligence.com.au Only successful applicants will be contacted.
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Investigators Required in VIC

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: Melbourne, VIC
DATE:   24/07/2014
DESCRIPTION: M & A Investigations is a renowned national investigation firm, specialising in surveillance and factual investigations for corporate and government clients. Due to a growth in our business, we are looking to recruit surveillance and factual investigators for work in NSW, ACT and VIC. Successful Applicants must: Be qualified with a minimum of Certificate III in Investigative Services Hold a current licence Be an experienced investigator Have an ABN with a Company structure Value providing quality service Be reliable Have a strong work ethic Please email your CV to ma@ma-investigations.com.au
ADVERTISER: M & A Investigations
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JOB TITLE:

Security Investigator

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: Lidcombe, NSW
DATE:   24/07/2014
DESCRIPTION: We are currently seeking applications from suitably experienced individuals for the role of Security Investigator based at our Eastern Region location in Lidcombe, New South Wales. Reporting to the State Security Manager, you will be required to apply your security experience to manage a variety of situations confidentially and to the highest professional standard. The key skills required for this role include: Demonstrated analytical skills to undertake investigations; Experienced in the conduct of investigations within a policing and corporate environment; Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of State Legislation in respect to Criminal Law; Strong communication skills to conduct interviews and provide detailed written reports on security matters; Excellent interpersonal skills to deal with employees at any level across the business, including executive management; The successful applicant will possess a NSW Category 1AF Security Licence, a Category H Firearms Licence and a current NSW driver's licence. To apply for this job go to: www.armaguard.currentjobs.com.au & enter ref code: 1648421. Applications close 01 August 2014
ADVERTISER: Armaguard Group
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JOB TITLE:

Loss Prevention Investigator

JOB TYPE: Loss Prevention
LOCATION: Sydney, NSW
DATE:   24/07/2014
DESCRIPTION: Loss Prevention Investigator We are looking for an enthusiastic Investigator to further support the effective identification & resolution of actual or potential business risks. Part of the role our Loss Prevention team play is investigating and remedying business loss that may arise from instances of theft or fraud. Based in Rosehill Sydney and reporting through to the State Investigator, the primary function of this position is to conduct investigations into all internal and external reports and to remedy any breaches of policy. Major Responsibilities of this position include: · Provide leadership, expert advice and support to all stakeholders; · Implement and maintain counter strategies and initiatives that will mitigate current and future risk; · Effectively investigate and remedy all breaches of policy, procedure and non-compliant behaviour; · Conduct and develop Loss Prevention training and awareness to key stakeholders; · Utilise and deploy resources and technology to maximum effect; · Prepare reports and criminal briefs of evidence. To be successful in this position, you will possess: · Enthusiasm for Loss Prevention · A proven track record of being a team player · A desire to develop investigative skills · Loss Prevention / Investigation experience desirable although not essential · An ability to build relationships and communicate at all levels; · Attention to detail and a willingness to work through complex situations; · Excellent written and oral communication skills · The highest level of integrity and ethics; · A current drivers license · This position requires a security licence. The successful applicant would need to possess or have the capacity to obtain the appropriate Class 1AC Security License. If you are looking for the next step in your career and a position that will give you autonomy to make a positive contribution to the business, we’d love to hear from you.
ADVERTISER: Bunnings Limited
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JOB TITLE:

Factual Investigator

JOB TYPE: Factual Investigator
LOCATION: Adelaide, SA
DATE:   24/07/2014
DESCRIPTION: The Company Verifact is the leader in the insurance investigation field, providing reputable services to the insurance/legal industry for over 20 years. As the largest national investigation firm in Australia, we conduct investigations in every state and territory. We are seeking an experienced and motivated Factual CTP Investigator in South Australia, with an opportunity to move to full-time for the right person. Please note: only experienced investigators with a current Private Security Individual licence need apply. The successful candidate will need to demonstrate the following skills, experience & attributes: Excellent written and verbal communication skills Strong computer/technological skills including Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook (email) Well-developed time and self-management skills Previous Surveillance investigative experience Professional and ethical approach to investigations Surveillance equipment A current investigators and drivers licence in SA Relevant equipment to undertake the required circumstance or surveillance investigations An understanding of applicable legislation Come and work with a leader in the field with a fun, dynamic and goal oriented team. Our investigators are the face of our business so we reward them well! To be considered for this opportunity, please click on the appropriate link or alternatively submit your application by emailing hr@verifact.com.au
ADVERTISER: Verifact Pty Ltd
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JOB TITLE:

Surveillance Investigator

JOB TYPE: Surveillance Investigator
LOCATION: Melbourne, VIC
DATE:   24/07/2014
DESCRIPTION: We are a leading Melbourne private investigation company situated in Melbourne CBD. We operate throughout Victoria and interstate. Key Responsibilities: . Operate efficiently whilst undertaking covert surveillance . To provide prompt reports & video footage within a specified time frame . Ability to work as part of a team . Willingness to accept instructions at short notice . Willingness to be away from home for extended periods Skills & Experience: . Hold a full Driver's Licence (essential) . Hold a Victoria Private Security Licence -Investigator (essential) . Own a suitable, roadworthy motor vehicle . Own suitable video equipment, covert camera(s) & laptop computer . Ability to efficiently operate video recording equipment . Have a good knowledge of the Melbourne & metropolitan areas . Have a high level of attention to detail . Have strong report writing skills . Be an excellent communicator . Have the ability to work odd hours & weekends . Possess an enthusiastic attitude . Must have a solid grounding in WorkCover & personal injury investigations If you feel you have what it takes to join this friendly and hard working team, then call 03 9614-4515 to arrange an interview or forward your CV to annexis@annexis.com.au
ADVERTISER: Annex Investigation Services
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JOB TITLE:

Licensed Surveillance Agent

JOB TYPE: Surveillance Investigator
LOCATION: Adelaide, SA
DATE:   01/07/2014
DESCRIPTION: Surveillance Agent required South Australia - Penola and Stoneyfell area's. Imeadiate start. Send resume and copy of your License to michael.evans@australiansecurityacademy.com.au No phone calls please. All inquiries passed directly to the client Expires 5th /7th 2014
ADVERTISER: ASA
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JOB TITLE:

Senior Compliance Investigator

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: Melbourne, VIC
DATE:   21/06/2014
DESCRIPTION: Attorney-General Vacancy N.N. 10627445 Australian Financial Security Authority Closing date: Friday, 4 July 2014 On 31 October 2013, the Minister Assisting the Prime Minister for the Public Service, Senator the Hon. Eric Abetz, announced interim recruiting arrangements for the Australian Public Service. As a result of these arrangements only current ongoing APS employees are eligible to apply for this vacancy. Further information regarding the interim arrangements is available here: http://www.apsc.gov.au/home/current-priorities/interim-arrangements. Job Title: Senior Compliance Investigator Division: Regulation and Enforcement Job Type: Ongoing, Full-time Salary: $69,069 - $74,596 Location: Melbourne - VIC Classification: APS Level 5 Agency Employment Act: PS Act 1999 Position No: 30224 | NP Agency Website: http://www.afsa.gov.au Job Description Duties Reporting to the Assistant Director Enforcement this position undertakes investigations and compliance activities which include the identification of offences under the Bankruptcy Act 1966, engaging with external parties to facilitate compliance with their obligations and compiling briefs of evidence for the Commonwealth Director of Public Prosecutions. Key responsibilities include: • Provide training and support to junior staff and actively review offence referral assessments and recommendations to ensure accuracy and business line standards are maintained • Assess compliance offence referrals and recommend appropriate course of action • Review compliance assessments and authorise appropriate action in accordance with law and established policies and procedures • Conduct compliance investigations into legislative breaches, including evidence collection, exhibit handling, preparing witness statements, conducting recorded interviews, and preparing briefs of evidence • Work collaboratively with the Commonwealth Director of Public Prosecutions to achieve agreed outcomes, which includes giving evidence in court • Liaise with and provide information and assistance to clients, stakeholders, the general public and other law enforcement agencies on people’s rights and responsibilities under the Bankruptcy Act 1966 as well as the role of AFSA • Contact non-compliant bankrupts, debtors and other parties to achieve compliance • Issue infringement notices to external parties for minor infringements against the Act • Contribute as part of a team to the development and maintenance of national AFSA operating policies and procedures relating to the operations of the Enforcement unit. Eligibility Normally, only Australian citizens are eligible for employment, although non-citizens may be appointed where they are prepared to take necessary steps to seek citizenship as a condition of employment. To satisfy character requirements all AFSA employees must undergo a police records check. Where a person has received a redundancy benefit from APS agency employment and their corresponding redundancy benefit period has not expired, they may be ineligible for employment. Notes A streamlined recruitment process is being used for this vacancy. Applicants do not need to submit a comprehensive statement against each selection criteria, but should briefly highlight their claims against each selection criteria in a covering letter. **Please note that this opportunity is only available to current Australian Public Service employees.** To Apply Position Contact: Liz Bastounis, (03) 8631 4846 Apply Address: http://www.afsa.gov.au/about-us/careers-centre/current-vacancies-1
ADVERTISER: Australian Financial Security Authority
SALARY: $69,069 - $74,596
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JOB TITLE:

Factual Investigators

JOB TYPE: Factual Investigator
LOCATION: Melbourne, VIC
DATE:   21/06/2014
DESCRIPTION: Description: Macil Group, based in Melbourne, is seeking professional, experienced and fully licenced investigators to conduct workers’ compensation factual investigations. Previous experience within the insurance industry preferred however not essential as training will be provided. Successful applicants will be required to own and use a laptop, portable printer, camera and video camera. Must be proficient at writing reports. Rates are negotiable dependant upon experience/qualifications. Please apply by email to The Investigation Manager at simonb@macil.com.au.
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SALARY: " Rates are negotiable dependant upon experience/qualifications."
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JOB TITLE:

Crime and Corruption Commission Community Representatives

JOB TYPE: Other
LOCATION: Brisbane, QLD
DATE:   20/06/2014
DESCRIPTION: The Crime Reference Committee has the following functions: • refer, major crime to the Crime and Corruption Commission for investigation; • authorise the Crime and Corruption Commission, to undertake specific intelligence operations; and • review general referrals under section 30A of the Crime and Corruption Act 2001 Job details Job type Temporary Part-time Occupational group Justice & Legal Classification Var. Workplace Location Brisbane - CBD Job ad reference QLD/123897/14 Closing date 27-Jun-2014 Job duration up to 3 years with possible extension Contact person James Slattery Contact details Ph: (07) 3247 5471 Are you the right person for the job? The Honourable Jarrod Bleijie MP, Attorney-General and Minister for Justice invites expressions of interest from people interested in appointment to the Crime Reference Committee of the Crime and Corruption Commission (the Commission). The Crime Reference Committee has the following functions: • refer, major crime to the Commission for investigation; • authorise the Commission, to undertake specific intelligence operations; and • review general referrals under section 30A of the Crime and Corruption Act 2001. Further information 2 x Temporary Part-time (21.75 hours per fortnight) positions available. Please ensure you download all attachments and follow the instructions on how to apply.
ADVERTISER: Crime and Corruption Commission
SALARY: Not Specified
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JOB TITLE:

Crime and Corruption Commission Ordinary Commissioner

JOB TYPE: Other
LOCATION: Brisbane, QLD
DATE:   20/06/2014
DESCRIPTION: The Ordinary Commissioners are to assist the Chairman in the performance of their functions and exercise of their powers under the Crime and Corruption Act 2001 Job details Job type Temporary Part-time Occupational group Executive Classification Var. Workplace Location Brisbane - CBD Job ad reference QLD/123893/14 Closing date 27-Jun-2014 Job duration up to 5 years with possible extension Contact person James Slattery Contact details Ph: (07) 3247 5471 Are you the right person for the job? The Honourable Jarrod Bleijie MP, Attorney-General and Minister for Justice invites expressions of interest from people interested in appointment as an Ordinary Commissioner of the Crime and Corruption Commission (the Commission). The Commission is tasked with combating and reducing the incidence of major crime and corruption in the public sector. The Commission has investigative powers, not ordinarily available to the Queensland Police Service, which enables the Commission to effectively investigate major crime, criminal organisations and their participants. The Commission will investigate cases of corrupt conduct, particularly more serious cases of corrupt conduct. Further information 2 x Temporary Part-time (27.25 hours per fortnight) positions available. Please ensure you download all attachments and follow the instructions on how to apply.
ADVERTISER: Crime and Corruption Commission
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JOB TITLE:

Crime and Corruption Commission CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER

JOB TYPE: Other
LOCATION: Brisbane, QLD
DATE:   20/06/2014
DESCRIPTION: The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) will be responsible for the administration of the Commission. The CEO will initially drive the change agenda to realign the strategic and business objectives to position the Commission for the future. The CEO will lead the Commission to achieve its vision through a performance driven culture and to ensure the efficient and proper management and administration of the organisation. The CEO will perform the functions, and exercise the powers of the Commission, delegated to the CEO by the Commission or the Chairman as set out in the Crime and Corruption Act 2001 (the Act) and the Financial Accountability Act 2009. The CEO is to: • provide leadership and direction to the Commission to ensure the effective and efficient delivery of strategic and business objectives; • lead and manage ongoing organisational change initiatives and drive continuous improvement activities across all areas of the Commission; • direct and manage the performance of all functional areas of the Commission to deliver sustainable high level services, with particular emphasis on effective systems and financial performance; • cultivate and sustain a positive working relationship with all oversight bodies and key stakeholders; and • report to the Commission on all matters relating to the administration of the Commission. Job details Job type Temporary Full-time Occupational group Executive Classification Var. Workplace Location Brisbane - CBD Job ad reference QLD/123889/14 Closing date 27-Jun-2014 Job duration up to 5 years with possible extension Contact person James Slattery Contact details Ph: (07) 3247 5471 Are you the right person for the job? The Honourable Jarrod Bleijie MP, Attorney-General and Minister for Justice invites expressions of interest from people interested in appointment as the Chief Executive Officer of the Crime and Corruption Commission (the Commission). The Commission is tasked with combating and reducing the incidence of major crime and corruption in the public sector. The Commission has investigative powers, not ordinarily available to the Queensland Police Service, which enables the Commission to effectively investigate major crime, criminal organisations and their participants. The Commission will investigate cases of corrupt conduct, particularly more serious cases of corrupt conduct.
ADVERTISER: Crime and Corruption Commission; Brisbane
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JOB TITLE:

Crime and Corruption Commission DEPUTY CHAIRMAN

JOB TYPE: Other
LOCATION: Brisbane, QLD
DATE:   20/06/2014
DESCRIPTION: The Deputy Chairman is to assist the Chairman in the performance of their functions and exercise of their powers under the Crime and Corruption Act 2001. Job details Job type Temporary Part-time Occupational group Executive Classification Var. Workplace Location Brisbane - CBD Job ad reference QLD/123882/14 Closing date 27-Jun-2014 Job duration up to 5 years with possible extension Contact person James Slattery Contact details Ph: (07) 3247 5471 Are you the right person for the job? The Honourable Jarrod Bleijie MP, Attorney-General and Minister for Justice invites expressions of interest from people interested in appointment as Deputy Chairman of the Crime and Corruption Commission (the Commission). The Commission is tasked with combating and reducing the incidence of major crime and corruption in the public sector. The Commission has investigative powers, not ordinarily available to the Queensland Police Service, which enables the Commission to effectively investigate major crime, criminal organisations and their participants. The Commission will investigate cases of corrupt conduct, particularly more serious cases of corrupt conduct.
ADVERTISER: Crime and Corruption Commission
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JOB TITLE:

Crime and Corruption Commission CHAIRMAN

JOB TYPE: Other
LOCATION: Brisbane, QLD
DATE:   20/06/2014
DESCRIPTION: The Chairman will chair the restructured Crime and Corruption Commission and will be responsible for the proper performance of the Commission’s functions delegated to the Chairman under section 269 of the Crime and Corruption Act 2001. The Chairman is to: • perform the functions and exercise the powers of the Commission delegated to the Chairman under section 269 of the Crime and Corruption Act 2001; and • perform the other functions and exercise the other powers conferred on the Chairman under the Crime and Corruption Act 2001 or another Act. The Chairman is also to report to the Commission on the performance of the Commission’s functions but is not subject to the direction of the Commission in the performance of a function or exercise of a power in an investigation, hearing, operation or other proceeding under the Crime and Corruption Act 2001 or another Act. Job details Job type Temporary Full-time Occupational group Executive Classification Var. Workplace Location Brisbane - CBD Job ad reference QLD/123877/14 Closing date 27-Jun-2014 Job duration up to 5 years with possible extension Contact person James Slattery Contact details Ph: (07) 3247 5471 Are you the right person for the job? The Honourable Jarrod Bleijie MP, Attorney-General and Minister for Justice invites expressions of interest from people interested in appointment as Chairman of the Crime and Corruption Commission (the Commission). The Commission is tasked with combating and reducing the incidence of major crime and corruption in the public sector. The Commission has investigative powers, not ordinarily available to the Queensland Police Service, which enables the Commission to effectively investigate major crime, criminal organisations and their participants. The Commission will investigate cases of corrupt conduct, particularly more serious cases of corrupt conduct.
ADVERTISER: Crime and Corruption Commission
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JOB TITLE:

OH&S Officer

JOB TYPE: OH&S Officer
LOCATION: Horsham , VIC
DATE:   20/06/2014
DESCRIPTION: Wimmera Health Care Group has an opportunity available for an Occupational Health & Safety Officer to join the team. This position will assist the OH&S Manager with a broad range of OH&S duties, with the main responsibility being the implementation of the OH&S Management Plan. Suitable applicants for this permanent full time position will have formal Occupational Health and Safety qualifications, excellent communication skills, a strong attention to detail and the ability to work autonomously. Previous experience in OH&S will be advantageous however not essential. For a copy of the position description please see the recruitment page on our website at www.whcg.org.au Applications can be sent to: Mr Mark Enright Deputy Director of HR & Corporate Services Wimmera Health Care Group 83 Baillie St, Horsham, Vic, 3400 Email: recruitment@whcg.org.au Applications close 22nd June 2012
ADVERTISER: Wimmera Health Care Group
SALARY: $45,000 - $49,999
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JOB TITLE:

Quality & OH&S Officer

JOB TYPE: OH&S Officer
LOCATION: Melbourne, VIC
DATE:   20/06/2014
DESCRIPTION: Rangedale Drainage services is a specialist provider of Drainage maintenance & repair services in sewer & storm water based in West Melbourne. We are currently looking for an experienced professional to become part of our OH&S team. This hands on role offers a high level of autonomy. you will be someone who is prepared to take on responsibility and follow through of company agreed initiatives. Roles and Responsibilities: Maintaining business management systems including quality, safety, environment and training Review and develop Site safety management plans and SWMS for specific projects & clients 12 months compliance audits for the Integrated management system Facilitate accident / incident investigations Induction & training assessments for new employees Prepare & manage tenders & other professional applications to Water Authorities & Councils The successful applicant must be able to demonstrate: 5+ years experience in similar role Tertiary qualified in occupational health and safety Relevant Industry experience will be highly regarded Ability to plan, schedule and prioritize work and meet strict timelines Thorough knowledge of working with similar Integrated management systems (ISO9001) Self motivated, attention to details and excellent communication skills At Rangedale we have built a unique working environment based on customer focus, responsibility, innovation, performance and team work. The suitable applicant will find a challenging yet rewarding work environment. Attractive salary package, based on experience, is available to the right candidate.
ADVERTISER: Rangedale Drainage Services
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JOB TITLE:

Private Investigator / Trainee Surveillance Investigator

JOB TYPE: Surveillance Investigator
LOCATION: Sydney, VIC
DATE:   20/06/2014
DESCRIPTION: 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 Sydney Metro and regional areas who: Hold a current NSW 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 NSW Investigation License, and meet the above criteria. To be considered for this opportunity, please send your resume to ais@arias.net.au
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JOB TITLE:

Circumstance Investigator.

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: Heidelberg Heights, VIC
DATE:   20/06/2014
DESCRIPTION: Duties include WorkSafe investigations.​ Victorian Investigator Licence required.​ Work will be throughout Victoria.​ Reputable, long established company.​ Top rates paid.​ Details Location: VIC - HEIDELBERG HEIGHTS Salary: casual rates Work type: Full time position, 35 hours or more per week Tenancy: Permanent, 6+​ months Hours: variable Number of positions: 1 Source: Public Employer Job ID: 2246723320 Enquiries from all suitable job seekers welcome.​
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JOB TITLE:

Investigator

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: Sydney , NSW
DATE:   20/06/2014
DESCRIPTION: Investigator Sydney Application close date: 28/​06/​2014 Job location: Sydney Metropolitan Youi Insurance is confident we will be the insurer of choice.​ We have first class customer service providing market leading claims turnaround times.​ We will achieve these milestones with the use of our own expert people and an obsession to redefine industry practices.​ ABOUT INVESTIGATIONS The investigations department encourages new ideas by challenging age old investigative methodology and introducing new initiatives.​ We support the claims team with our ground breaking investigation techniques and decision making skills.​ We have created a diverse team of investigators and dispute resolution experts to amalgamate the market expertise required to deliver outstanding results.​ ABOUT THE ROLE Reporting to the National Investigations Team Manager, you will be responsible for your own workload and determine what claims require investigation.​ Investigations can include motor vehicle accident, household, watercraft, motorcycle and legal liability claims.​ Your investigations will provide factual evidence to reach a truthful outcome and positively influence and control claims costs.​ WHAT WE REQUIRE FROM YOU: Excellent communication skills and the ability to confidently conduct an interview to obtain factual information The ability to manage and be influential in stakeholder management, both internally and externally Have the ability to initiate, lead and bring to closure an investigation and deliver outcomes with confidence The ability to analyse information and apply relevant codes of practice and other relevant Acts Be inquisitive, enthusiastic and open to ongoing change by look outside the square and suggest new ways of doing things & WHAT YOU GET FROM US: Whilst working from both your home office or the state office located in Sydney, you will be provided with world class support from your team, a fully maintained company car, mobile phone, laptop and very competitive salary in addition to other great employee benefits.​ If you are eager to reap the rewards of working for a growing business that will shape the future of insurance investigations, we want to hear from you.​
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JOB TITLE:

Regional Compliance Manager (RMC)

JOB TYPE: Compliance
LOCATION: Perth, WA
DATE:   19/06/2014
DESCRIPTION: Industry Vacancy N.N. 10627275 Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) Closing date: Wednesday, 2 July 2014 Job Title: Regional Compliance Manager (RMC) Division: Compliance Branch: Compliance Operations Team - Perth Job Type: Ongoing, Full-time Salary: $116,917 - $134,543 Location: Perth - WA Classification: Executive Level 2 Agency Employment Act: PS Act 1999 Position No: 17314 Agency Website: http://www.asqa.gov.au Job Description Duties The Regional Manager Compliance will formulate strategies and policies, based on sound risk management principles, and in accordance with delegated authority, to manage the compliance assessment of registered training organisations (RTO) against regulatory requirements, including: • The VET Quality Framework, and/or • The National Code of Practice for Registration Authorities and Providers of Education and Training to Overseas Students, and/or • Other purposes as required (for example, where there is a formal arrangement between ASQA and a State/Territory Government purchasing authority to validate funding contract compliance). The position will also entail: • Leading the implementation of the compliance assessment strategy in accordance with the strategic and operational plans, relevant legislation and national standards; • Leading and managing compliance operations staff, information and communications staff, and data and administration staff in the performance of their duties and facilitating the development of their capabilities in compliance assessment and related activities; • Leading large and/or complex and/or contentious and/or high risk training quality compliance audits, when required; • Developing and monitoring operational plans and strategically managing resources to effectively deliver results; • Ensuring accurate, valid and comprehensive records of audit and other related information are maintained in accordance with policies and procedures and used to inform decision making and planning; • Preparing high level reports, briefs and correspondence on audit activities and related topics to a range of stakeholders including the ministerial council, commissioners, senior government officers and national committees, and provide input into related national policy and operational activities; • Contributing and providing expert representation and advocacy to Commissioners, the Administrative Appeals Tribunal and other decision-making forums to achieve favourable outcomes for all stakeholders; • Cultivating and nurturing productive internal and external working relationships with VET stakeholders; • Discharging duties with professionalism, integrity and due diligence, in accordance with delegated authority; and • Adhering to public service values and the Code of Conduct and operating as an effective representative of the regulator in public and internal forums. Eligibility A tertiary qualification in a management stream would be well regarded. Notes An Individual Flexibility Agreement may be considered dependant on the level of skill, experience and qualificiations the successful candidate brings to the position. To Apply Selection Documentation: Roslyn Saddington, (03) 8613 3964, human.resources@asqa.gov.au Position Contact: Dr Dianne Orr, (07) 3223 1606 Apply Address: recruitment@asqa.gov.au Agency Recruitment Site: http://www.asqa.gov.au
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SALARY: $116,917 - $134,543
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JOB TITLE:

Compliance and Advisory Officer (356269)

JOB TYPE: Compliance
LOCATION: Hobart
DATE:   19/06/2014
DESCRIPTION: Compliance and Advisory Officer (356269) Department of Justice Consumer Affairs and Fair Trading Advisory and Compliance Applications Close Friday, 27 June 2014. Salary $61,741 – $71,407 p.a Tasmanian State Service Award, General Stream Band 4. Position Type Fixed-Term full-time 73.50 hours per fortnight for 12 months. Location Hobart. Duties - Provide timely and accurate information and guidance on legislation administered by the Office and identify possible breaches where appropriate. Prepare file notes and correspondence associated with complaint handling and resolution. Maintain records and databases used by the Compliance, Enforcement and Advisory Services Branch. Undertake research into legislative, consumer and business issues. Desirable Requirements - A sound knowledge of the legislation administered by the Office of Consumer Affairs and Fair Trading, or the ability to quickly acquire this knowledge. Well-developed communication skills, including liaison, negotiation and conflict resolution skills. Enquiries to Mark Cocker, Director Consumer Affairs and Fair Trading, Department of Justice, phone (03) 6165 3429, email mark.cocker@justice.tas.gov.au. Applications to Recruitment and Establishment, Human Resources, Department of Justice, GPO Box 825, Hobart TAS 7001, phone (03) 6165 4912, fax (03) 6233 3254, email applications@justice.tas.gov.au. For further information, please download a copy of the Statement of Duties from the www.jobs.tas.gov.au website. If a Statement of Duties cannot be downloaded, please contact Mark Cocker on (03) 6165 3429.
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SALARY: $61,741 – $71,407 p.a
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JOB TITLE:

Risk and Security Manager

JOB TYPE: Risk Management
LOCATION: Newcastle, Maitland & Hunter, NSW
DATE:   09/06/2014
DESCRIPTION: Risk and Security Manager Newcastle Jockey Club Limited (NJC) is a leading Provincial Thoroughbred Race Club ideally situated in the beautiful Hunter Valley, 2 hours North of Sydney. This highly successful Club employs a large number of permanent and casual staff across a range of racing and hospitality activities at Broadmeadow Racecourse in Newcastle, and Wine Country Race Club located at Cessnock. Newcastle Jockey Club is seeking a suitably qualified professional to oversee all aspects of the NJC Risk and Security Management programme. As Risk and Security Manager reporting to the Chief Executive Officer, you will be responsible for leading and directing NJC's Work, Health and Safety programme and managing the Clubs' Security contractor to ensure a safe workplace and event venue is maintained in keeping with current best practices and legal requirements. You will also be responsible for ensuring compliance with NJC's licensing and statutory approvals. Responsibilities include Manage all aspects of NJC Risk Management strategies, policies and initiatives, and reporting of all risk and security incidents for both Broadmeadow and Cessnock racecourses Establish, manage and deliver all training programmes Establish, manage and coordinate all safety audits and inspection programmes Establish and deliver operational plans that provide for a safe and secure venue Oversee security arrangements for both race day and non-race day activity including rostering of security personnel and liaison with NJC's security contractor Ensure ongoing compliance with all relevant legislation and approvals Provide monthly senior executive reports to the CEO Maintain an updated online portal provided by Racing NSW Maintain current policies, procedures and record keeping Implement, chair and coordinate regular WHS Committee meetings ensuring satisfactory achievement of desired outcomes. To be considered for this role applicants must be able to demonstrate the following: Qualifications in Work Health and Safety or related discipline Relevant Industry experience in a similar management role Experience in development, documenting and implementing systematic WHS programmes and risk management procedures To apply for this position in confidence please submits your resume and covering letter via email to jane@njc.com.au or facsimile on 4961 5633 marked to the attention of The Chief Executive Officer, Newcastle Jockey Club Limited. Applications close Thursday 19th June 2014 Email to jane@njc.com.au or facsimile on 4961 5633 marked to the attention of The Chief Executive Officer, Newcastle Jockey Club Limited. Applications close Thursday 19th June 2014
ADVERTISER: Newcastle Jockey Club Limited
SALARY: Not Specified
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JOB TITLE:

Occupational Health and Safety Officers - Construction (Site Based)

JOB TYPE: OH&S Officer
LOCATION: Rockhampton & Capricorn Coast, QLD
DATE:   09/06/2014
DESCRIPTION: JM Kelly (Project Builders) is a highly reputable Queensland commercial and industrial construction company based in Rockhampton Central Queensland. The company has been operating for over 50 years and delivers government and privately funded projects throughout the state, including schools, hospitals, shopping centres and high rise developments. We have an excellent retention rate and you will be joining a well-established team. Our Safety team is comprised of both office-based and site-based personnel. Site-based officers report to the Site Manager and the Construction Manager. We are looking for experienced OH & S officers for site-based positions. The successful applicants will be responsible for: Management and administration of safety systems; Driving a safety focused culture; Undertaking audits to ensure compliance with OH & S, QA policies and procedures; Inputting OH & S data into Management System; Conducting risk assessments; Developing and executing best practice; Assisting with the preparation of project management plans (safety, environmental & emergency); Developing operational OH&S documentation; Conducting Incident/Accident investigations Providing professional OH&S advice to site personnel; Assisting with internal audits; Liaising with subcontractors to ensure they comply with OHS requirements; Liaising with other stakeholders (WorkSafe, Government Authorities, WorkCover, Adjacent tenants/owners); Assisting with the management of WorkCover claims when required ; Attending Safety Committee and Toolbox Meetings; Maintaining relevant registers (Induction, Plant, Lifting Gear etc); and Liaising with Project Management team and with Suppliers, Subcontractors and stakeholders. Ideally candidates will have: Experience in the construction industry Experience in a safety role Minimum Cert IV in OH & S Knowledge of applicable legislation, Codes of Practice and Australian Standards Current Queensland Drivers Good organisational and communication skills These positions are permanent and offer successful candidates the opportunity to develop and progress their careers with the company. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted. Dr Simon Watkins Manager HR & Training JM Kelly Group of Companies
ADVERTISER: JM Kelly Group
SALARY: Not Specified
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JOB TITLE:

Occupational Health & Safety Officer

JOB TYPE: OH&S Officer
LOCATION: Perth, WA
DATE:   09/06/2014
DESCRIPTION: Excellent rates! $$$ Ongoing role!! Great local opportunity!!! SKILLED is a workforce services company. Our people are employed on a permanent or casual basis across a wide range of industries. SKILLED Kwinana are currently seeking an Occupation Health and Safety Officer for an immediate start in the Henderson area. This role will be an ongoing role and will consist of Night shift 6pm-6am on a 13 day fortnight. The role of the Occupation Health and Safety Officer will be to maintain, review and develop policies, practices and procedures. Research and provide advice, liaison and support on OHS management issues and develop and implement OHS improvement plans audits. To be successful for this role, you will require the following: Advanced Diploma of Occupational Health and Safety (advantageous) Diploma of Occupational Health and Safety (essential) Knowledge and experience in development and implementation of OHS management systems. Knowledge and experience in OHS compliance and monitoring. Previous experience in the Construction Industry Excellent IT (computing) skills Construction White card Technical/Professional/Specialist: Demonstrated knowledge of OHS legislation and associated regulations and guidelines relating to ports and/or mining industries. Well-developed skills in developing environmental policies, practices and procedures in the areas of dust, water and waste management. Good liaison skills with regulators and stakeholders. Project management skills and experience. Good facilitation, negotiation and presentation skills. Good report writing and analytical skills. Computer literacy skills. This position would be best suited to a candidate who is flexible, reliable and possesses a professional manner, if you believe you would suit this role please click the link below and apply now! Be part of a team that is committed to your safety. Be SKILLED. Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islanders are encouraged to apply. 08 9528 0000
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SALARY: Not Specified
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JOB TITLE:

RISK AND OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY OFFICER

JOB TYPE: OH&S Officer
LOCATION: Mildura & Murray, VIC
DATE:   09/06/2014
DESCRIPTION: Applications are invited for the position of Risk and Occupational Health and Safety Officer with the Swan Hill Rural City Council. Council seeks to appoint a skilled professional to co-ordinate and develop risk management initiatives and occupational health and safety strategies and practices across the organisation. Responsible for facilitating Councils Risk Management and Occupational Health and Safety framework, whilst coordinating insurance policy renewals and claims management, the successful applicant will have demonstrated knowledge and experience in risk management, occupational health and safety, policy development and implementation, combined with proven teamwork capabilities. High level computer literacy skills, an understanding of Insurance, Business Continuity and OHS practices as well as relevant tertiary Risk Management or Business qualifications are desirable. Salary - Attracting approximately $67,300 per annum, this is a permanent full-time position. Applications close: at 12noon on Wednesday, 11 June 2014. It is anticipated that interviews will be held on Wednesday, 18 June 2014. Contact/Apply All potential applicants are required to obtain a Position Description through the Reception desk of the Splatt Street Swan Hill office, by phoning (03) 5036 2333 or on Council’s website www.swanhill.vic.gov.au . Further enquires can be directed to the Human Resource department. Applications should be addressed to the Chief Executive Officer, Swan Hill Rural City Council, PO Box 488, Swan Hill 3585 or emailed to jobs@swanhill.vic.gov.au . Please note that applicants that do not include a response to the key selection criteria may not be considered. Swan Hill Rural City Council is an Equal Opportunity Employer Building Our Future Together
ADVERTISER: Swan Hill Rural City Council
SALARY: Approx $67,300 per annum
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JOB TITLE:

Occupational Health and Safety Team Leader (Safety Management and Training)

JOB TYPE: OH&S Officer
LOCATION: Toowoomba & Darling Downs, QLD
DATE:   09/06/2014
DESCRIPTION: Remuneration value up to $9109 p.m, comprising salary rates $3427.50- $3672.20 p.f., employer contribution to superannuation (up to 12.75%) and annual leave loading (17.5%) (AO6) (Temporary position from 28/07/2014 until 12/09/2014, with the possibility of extension. Applications will remain current for the duration of the vacancy). Job Ad Reference: DD06123766. Purpose of the Role To direct, lead and manage a team in the effective and professional delivery of range of workplace health and safety and injury management related systems and services throughout Darling Downs Hospital and Health Service (DDHHS) as well as design, develop, or integrate Agency, Area or DDHHS systems, initiatives, programs, and processes relevant to the specific team activities and ensure effective legislative compliance in DDHHS and Queensland Health. This position will provide authoritative advice for DDHHS Executive and Board, Queensland Health and interested parties on specific issues relating to the team’s occupational health and safety service delivery, policy and projects in DDHHS. Queensland Health offers a range of benefits and incentives, including: Promotional/transfer opportunities Remote area allowances Generous employer superannuation (up to 12.75%) Training and skills development Job security Cumulative sick leave 17.5% annual leave loading (where applicable) Salary sacrificing opportunities A criminal history check may be conducted on the recommended person for this job. If you wish to obtain further information about career opportunities in Queensland Health, please visit http://www.health.qld.gov.au/workforus/
ADVERTISER: QLD Health
SALARY: $3427.50 - $3672.20 p.f. (f/t)
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JOB TITLE:

Surveillance Investigator

JOB TYPE: Surveillance Investigator
LOCATION: Melbourne, VIC
DATE:   09/06/2014
DESCRIPTION: We are a leading Melbourne private investigation company situated in Melbourne CBD. We operate throughout Victoria and interstate. Key Responsibilities: . Operate efficiently whilst undertaking covert surveillance . To provide prompt reports & video footage within a specified time frame . Ability to work as part of a team . Willingness to accept instructions at short notice . Willingness to be away from home for extended periods Skills & Experience: . Hold a full Driver's Licence (essential) . Hold a Victoria Private Security Licence -Investigator (essential) . Own a suitable, roadworthy motor vehicle . Own suitable video equipment, covert camera(s) & laptop computer . Ability to efficiently operate video recording equipment . Have a good knowledge of the Melbourne & metropolitan areas . Have a high level of attention to detail . Have strong report writing skills . Be an excellent communicator . Have the ability to work odd hours & weekends . Possess an enthusiastic attitude . Must have a solid grounding in WorkCover & personal injury investigations If you feel you have what it takes to join this friendly and hard working team, then call 03 9614-4515 to arrange an interview or forward your CV to annexis@annexis.com.au .
ADVERTISER: Annex Investigation Services
SALARY: Not Specified
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JOB TITLE:

Senior Investigator x 4

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: Sydney, NSW
DATE:   09/06/2014
DESCRIPTION: About Industrial Relations: NSW Industrial Relations (NSW IR) works with employers and employees to achieve fair, equitable and productive workplaces. NSW IR supports the NSW Government as a participant in the national workplace relations system, by monitoring and advising on workplace relations developments and initiatives. NSW IR works cooperatively with the (Commonwealth) Fair Work Ombudsman to ensure New South Wales private sector businesses comply with their responsibilities under the national workplace relations system, as well as administering state laws regulating shop trading hours, public holidays and long service leave. Primary purpose of the role Conduct compliance activities under NSW legislation administered by the Department, including conducting major and/or complex investigations and undertaking targeted operations to ensure and enhance compliance with relevant legislation. Prepare reports, submissions and correspondence to make recommendations for appropriate sanctions or enforcement action on compliance activities. The Construction Compliance Unit (CCU) has been established to support the active adoption of the NSW Government's Implementation Guidelines to the NSW Code of Practice for Procurement: Building and Construction. Key Accountabilities: As a member of the CCU assess, audit and investigate compliance with the Guidelines by tenderers, contractors and public agencies. Undertake compliance activities in accordance with legislative requirements and regulations, policies and procedures and within service performance standards, taking on a leadership role within a team. Conduct proactive and targeted compliance operations applying effective risk management strategies to ensure the achievement of compliance objectives. Prepare, present and review evidence, reports and submissions to make appropriate recommendations in accordance with legislative requirements and regulations and delegated authorities. Prepare and review evidence for enforcement and disciplinary action in courts and tribunals holding competent jurisdiction. Develop and maintain specialist regulatory knowledge and skills, act as a resource for managers and team members and effectively contribute to ongoing development needs of the Department's regulatory role. To Apply: on-line at www.jobs.nsw.gov.au. Job Reference No.00002XMH
ADVERTISER: NSW Government
SALARY: Not Specified
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JOB TITLE:

Investigators -Subcontract

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: Sydney / Canberra, NSW
DATE:   03/06/2014
DESCRIPTION: Job Title: Investigator (sub-contract) Location: Sydney - Canberra and Regional NSW Date: 2 June 2014 Description: Macil Group, based in Melbourne, is seeking professional, experienced and fully licensed investigators to conduct workers’ compensation investigations. Previous experience within the insurance industry preferred. Successful applicants will be required to own and use a laptop, portable printer, camera and video camera. Must be proficient at writing reports. Rates are negotiable dependant upon experience/qualifications. Please apply by email to The Director at davidm@macil.com.au.
ADVERTISER: Macil Group
SALARY: " Rates are negotiable dependant upon experience/qualifications."
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JOB TITLE:

Investigator

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: Sydney, NSW
DATE:   01/06/2014
DESCRIPTION: Home Assessor - Sydney The Role Youi Insurance is one of the fastest growing general insurers in the Australian Market. Having experienced phenomenal success over the last 5 years, we have quickly become an immediately recognisable brand in the industry. We have an exciting future ahead of us and we invite you to consider joining our incredible team of assessors. As a Home Assessor with Youi, the work that you do will genuinely make a difference. You will be the face of the Youi business, going above and beyond to demonstrate our philosophy of Awesome Customer Service. It’s a high profile role that requires someone who can spin multiple plates in the air at once! Exceptional communication skills are a big requirement as it will be your job to assess and manage Building and Contents claims. Part of the role will require you to complete accurate scopes of works with estimates to achieve a competitive repair cost as well as liaise directly with multiple stakeholders to handle the claim from start to finish. To be considered, what we’d love to see from you is: A relevant building trade or a background in insurance (handling home and contents claims) A demonstrated proficiency with MS Office and mobile device technologies A proven ability to handle and prioritise multiple tasks Exceptional communication and administrative skills An aptitude for working remotely and independently So what’s in it for you? You will be supplied with the latest technology, including a fully maintained vehicle, mobile, tablet computer and the opportunity to work from home. Furthermore, you will have full access to Youi’s very comprehensive list of employee benefits and be part of a close knit team in a supportive environment. Since this is a high profile role, a very attractive remuneration package is on offer commensurate with skills and experiences.
ADVERTISER: Youi Insurance
SALARY: Not Specified
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JOB TITLE:

Investigator - Sydney

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: Sydney
DATE:   01/06/2014
DESCRIPTION: Investigator - Sydney The Role Youi Insurance is confident we will be the insurer of choice. We have first class customer service providing market leading claims turnaround times. We will achieve these milestones with the use of our own expert people and an obsession to redefine industry practices. ABOUT INVESTIGATIONS The investigations department encourages new ideas by challenging age old investigative methodology and introducing new initiatives. We support the claims team with our ground breaking investigation techniques and decision making skills. We have created a diverse team of investigators and dispute resolution experts to amalgamate the market expertise required to deliver outstanding results. ABOUT THE ROLE Reporting to the National Investigations Team Manager, you will be responsible for your own workload and determine what claims require investigation. Investigations can include motor vehicle accident, household, watercraft, motorcycle and legal liability claims. Your investigations will provide factual evidence to reach a truthful outcome and positively influence and control claims costs. WHAT WE REQUIRE FROM YOU: Excellent communication skills and the ability to confidently conduct an interview to obtain factual information The ability to manage and be influential in stakeholder management, both internally and externally Have the ability to initiate, lead and bring to closure an investigation and deliver outcomes with confidence The ability to analyse information and apply relevant codes of practice and other relevant Acts Be inquisitive, enthusiastic and open to ongoing change by look outside the square and suggest new ways of doing things WHAT YOU GET FROM US: Whilst working from both your home office or the state office located in Sydney, you will be provided with world class support from your team, a fully maintained company car, mobile phone, laptop and very competitive salary in addition to other great employee benefits. If you are eager to reap the rewards of working for a growing business that will shape the future of insurance investigations, we want to hear from you.
ADVERTISER: Youi Insurance
SALARY: Not Specified
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JOB TITLE:

Private Investigator / Trainee Surveillance Investigator

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: Sydney
DATE:   01/06/2014
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 Sydney Metro and regional areas who: Hold a current NSW 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 NSW Investigation License, and meet the above criteria. To be considered for this opportunity, please send your resume to ais@arias.net.au
ADVERTISER: AIS
SALARY: Not Specified
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JOB TITLE:

Surveillance Investigator

JOB TYPE: Surveillance Investigator
LOCATION: Melbourne
DATE:   01/06/2014
DESCRIPTION: We are a leading Melbourne private investigation company situated in Melbourne CBD. We operate throughout Victoria and interstate. Key Responsibilities: . Operate efficiently whilst undertaking covert surveillance . To provide prompt reports & video footage within a specified time frame . Ability to work as part of a team . Willingness to accept instructions at short notice . Willingness to be away from home for extended periods Skills & Experience: . Hold a full Driver's Licence (essential) . Hold a Victoria Private Security Licence -Investigator (essential) . Own a suitable, roadworthy motor vehicle . Own suitable video equipment, covert camera(s) & laptop computer . Ability to efficiently operate video recording equipment . Have a good knowledge of the Melbourne & metropolitan areas . Have a high level of attention to detail . Have strong report writing skills . Be an excellent communicator . Have the ability to work odd hours & weekends . Possess an enthusiastic attitude . Must have a solid grounding in WorkCover & personal injury investigations If you feel you have what it takes to join this friendly and hard working team, then call 03 9614-4515 to arrange an interview or forward your CV to annexis@annexis.com.au .
ADVERTISER: Annex an Academy recommended employer
SALARY: Not Specified
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JOB TITLE:

Investigators - Circumstance and Surveillance

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: Melbourne, VIC
DATE:   01/06/2014
DESCRIPTION: Investigation Agency situated in Kew, Victoria established in 1982 is seeking a full time investigator. The role involves commercial investigations, location of individuals, service of legal documents and various other tasks as assigned. Previous experience within the Insurance/Legal industry and a Current Inquiry Agent/Security License would be beneficial but not essential. A conscientious, punctual person with competent computer literacy, good customer service skills and the ability to work independently would suit our small dedicated team. The position is a full time role Monday to Friday 9am - 5pm. Salary and benefits will be negotiable dependant upon experience/qualifications. Please apply by email to The Manager at: hhughesi@bigpond.net.au
ADVERTISER: Hughes
SALARY: "Salary and benefits will be negotiable dependant upon experience/qualifications."
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JOB TITLE:

Major Loss Adjuster

JOB TYPE: Loss Adjuster
LOCATION: Brisbane, QLD
DATE:   28/05/2014
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 working in a team of loss adjusters and you will provide exceptional, professional and accurate information as well as resolve claims through investigating, negotiating and presenting evidence. The role will also require high production levels and continuing marketing calls as required. This role will see you making client visits as well as allocating work to your team. Duties include but are not limited to Substantial experience as a Loss Adjuster, and some experience in a range of domestic and commercial claims would be beneficial Thorough knowledge of insurance terminology, practices and conditions Clear English and report writing skills Understanding of basic business accounting procedures Good computer abilities, preferably previous use of an electronic claims system Your Details This opportunity is ideal for an experienced and professional Loss Adjuster who is driven, motivated and dynamic, who really want to further grow their career and join a strong team of Loss Adjusters To be considered you will possess the following: · Extensive experience in dealing with large and complex commercial property and/or energy claims including complex business interruption matters is essential · Proven ability in the interpretation and application of diverse , complex and/or manuscript policy wordings · Substantial experience with complex negotiations and strong interpersonal flexibility is a necessity · Demonstrated capability in project managing large and/or catastrophic events · Ability to develop and maintain effective relationships with senior stakeholders, brokers and clients · Graduate Diploma of General Insurance (or equivalent) is essential Education and Qualifications required Loss Adjusting qualifications, or Professional qualifications applicable to the Loss Adjusting industry Member of the Chartered Institute of Loss Adjusters Drivers Licence Evidence of reporting skills may be required as part of your application To Apply To apply for this opportunity please visit our Marks Sattin website on www.markssattin.com.au, or for more information or a confidential discussion, please call Ms. Alex White at Marks Sattin on +61 02 8088 3618. To keep up to date with industry news and career opportunities, please follow us on LinkedIn by clicking the link - http://linkd.in/1hXCUjq
ADVERTISER: www.markssattin.com.au
SALARY: Not Specified
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JOB TITLE:

Major Loss Adjuster

JOB TYPE: Loss Adjuster
LOCATION: Sydney, NSW
DATE:   28/05/2014
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 working in a team of loss adjusters and you will provide exceptional, professional and accurate information as well as resolve claims through investigating, negotiating and presenting evidence. The role will also require high production levels and continuing marketing calls as required. This role will see you making client visits as well as allocating work to your team. Duties include but are not limited to Substantial experience as a Loss Adjuster, and some experience in a range of domestic and commercial claims would be beneficial Thorough knowledge of insurance terminology, practices and conditions Clear English and report writing skills Understanding of basic business accounting procedures Good computer abilities, preferably previous use of an electronic claims system Your Details This opportunity is ideal for an experienced and professional Loss Adjuster who is driven, motivated and dynamic, who really want to further grow their career and join a strong team of Loss Adjusters To be considered you will possess the following · Extensive experience in dealing with large and complex commercial property and/or energy claims including complex business interruption matters is essential · Proven ability in the interpretation and application of diverse , complex and/or manuscript policy wordings · Substantial experience with complex negotiations and strong interpersonal flexibility is a necessity · Demonstrated capability in project managing large and/or catastrophic events · Ability to develop and maintain effective relationships with senior stakeholders, brokers and clients · Graduate Diploma of General Insurance (or equivalent) is essential Education and Qualifications required Loss Adjusting qualifications, or Professional qualifications applicable to the Loss Adjusting industry Member of the Chartered Institute of Loss Adjusters Drivers Licence Evidence of reporting skills may be required as part of your application To Apply To apply for this opportunity please visit our Marks Sattin website on www.markssattin.com.au, or for more information or a confidential discussion, please call Ms. Alex White at Marks Sattin on +61 02 8088 3618. To keep up to date with industry news and career opportunities, please follow us on LinkedIn by clicking the link - http://linkd.in/1hXCUjq
ADVERTISER: www.markssattin.com.au
SALARY: Not Specified
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JOB TITLE:

Senior Fraud Manager

JOB TYPE: Fraud Control
LOCATION: Sydney, NSW
DATE:   28/05/2014
DESCRIPTION: About the Job This is a very topical and unique opportunity on the Australian Market to work with a leading Australian Financial Services organisation.​ A chance to use your extensive fraud experience to join a leading, forward thinking organisation.​The role:You will be responsible for managing, reviewing, developing and implementing the Fraud management program across the business.​ You will work closely with key risk managers to focus on financial crime and incident management.​ You will be looking at market trends, emerging issues and control improvements as well as being a representative at legal proceedings.​ This will involve having a solid understanding of fraud prevention techniques and a dynamic, self-motivated attitude.​ You will also be required to manage a team of two experienced system fraud analysts.​The candidate:You will ideally come from a consulting or banking/​financial services background and possess the following skills to ensure success in the role:5-8+​ years fraud management experienceExperience or solid exposure to Fraud across the Insurance space would be deemed favourable.​Relevant tertiary qualifications. Exceptional written and verbal communication skillsFor more information on this exceptional opportunity you can contact Karen Thorne at Bluefin Resources.
ADVERTISER: Bluefin Resources
SALARY: Not Specified
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JOB TITLE:

Factual Investigator

JOB TYPE: Factual Investigator
LOCATION: Sydney, NSW
DATE:   28/05/2014
DESCRIPTION: FACTUAL INVESTIGATORS A leading National Investigations Company is seeking experienced and fully licenced Factual Investigators to carry out investigations in the Sydney area.​ Please send application and resume to: The Operations Manager, austrace@​austraceinv.​com.​au .​
ADVERTISER: Austrace Investigations Pty Ltd
SALARY: Not Specified
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JOB TITLE:

Surveillance Investigator

JOB TYPE: Surveillance Investigator
LOCATION: Sydney, NSW
DATE:   28/05/2014
DESCRIPTION: SURVEILLANCE INVESTIGATORS A leading National Investigations Company is seeking experienced and fully licenced Surveillance Investigators to carry out investigations in the Sydney area.​ Please send application and resume to: The Operations Manager, austrace@​austraceinv.​com.​au .​
ADVERTISER: Austrace Investigations Pty Ltd
SALARY: Not Specified
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JOB TITLE:

Senior Investigator

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: Brisbane, QLD
DATE:   28/05/2014
DESCRIPTION: About the Job Senior Investigators contribute to Division outcomes by taking a leadership role in conducting investigations and bringing those investigations to conclusion.​ The Job Role Senior Investigators conduct investigations of breaches of Customs and other border laws and achieve appropriate investigation outcomes by following national investigation policy and procedures, including compliance with Commonwealth standards and the Prosecution Policy of the Commonwealth.​ Senior Investigators are required to obtain accreditation at the level of Certificate IV in Government (Fraud Control Investigation) and may seek to obtain accreditation a Diploma in Government (Fraud Control Investigation).​ Senior Investigators are designated Use of Force positions and are authorised to carry firearms and Personal Defence Equipment in certain circumstances.​ Senior Investigators are required to meet the requirements for a designated Use of Force position, including meeting specific psychological, medical and fitness prerequisites and completing Use of Force training and recertification.​ For operational safety purposes involving the viewing of Child Exploitation Material, Senior Investigators may be required to undergo specific training to meet and maintain specified health, psychological and fitness standards in accordance with ACBPS Chief Executive Officer Directions for Safety Health and Wellbeing.​ Key Responsibilities As a team leader, under general direction: effectively lead a team of Investigators investigate complex breaches of Customs and other border laws (including serious financial crime) as per national case management plan and investigation policy keep records of all relevant events, conversations and case decisions during the course of an investigation secure crime scenes as required and identify evidence ensure the security, integrity, source, continuity and secure storage of evidence prepare briefs of evidence to the standard of proof required by legislation and the policy of the Commonwealth prepare reports, conduct interviews and liaise as required with the legal fraternity and other agencies undertake inquiries and evidence gathering locally, interstate or overseas report on and make recommendations about the effectiveness of systems and controls initiate, plan and conduct operational briefings, interviews, records of interview, searches and surveillance activities screen documents and exhibits obtained during an investigation to determine if an offence has been committed, if the evidence is of sufficient standard to identify offenders and if the necessary proofs of offence/​s are contained therein - determine if further lines of investigation are required either locally, interstate or overseas determine if evidence is sufficient to continue a case or terminate it, including settling or recommending administrative penalties; make arrests when required in accordance with legislation, ACBPS procedures and policy attend court and give evidence fulfil the role of after-hours Duty Officer when required, including providing advice to Senior Officers and seeking authorisation after hours maintain and use operational specialist equipment and use ACBPS specific electronic systems as required research, plan and document information to required standards.​ request for the issue of appropriate warrants and affidavits in line with legislative and policy requirements conduct peer reviews of current and past investigations, and exercise delegations as required.​ As part of your daily activities, you are responsible for creating complete and accurate records in accordance with the Recordkeeping Practice Statement and Instruction and Guidelines.​ All ACBPS officers must display a high level of integrity and ethics at all times.
ADVERTISER: Australian Customs and Border Protection
SALARY: $73,469 - $86,923
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JOB TITLE:

Health and Safety Advisor - Human Resources

JOB TYPE: OH&S Officer
LOCATION: Melbourne, VIC
DATE:   28/05/2014
DESCRIPTION: Growing non for profit HealthCare Provider Generalist role with career development opportunities Competitive remuneration package with salary packaging We are seeking an experienced and passionate Workplace Safety Professional with a proactive, ‘can do’ and hands-on approach to join our Health & Safety Team as Health and Safety Advisor. In this role you will be responsible for providing coaching support and advice, contributing to a culture that promotes a proactive approach to risk management, helping to improve the health and wellbeing of all our employees, and assisting with the development of a Divisional strategy incorporating health and safety in line with wider business priorities. Key Responsibilities of this position include: Providing timely and accurate Health, Safety & Wellbeing (HS&W) advice, reporting and information to key stakeholders Continuously improving and managing HS&W systems, programs and projects including legal requirements Completing risk assessments, task analysis and incident investigations Participating in HS&W consultation and committee arrangements Developing and delivering training and staff orientations Conducting lost time incident investigations and workplace assessments Assisting in the development, implementation, review and audit of HS&W systems To be successful in this role you will: Be autonomous and have an ability to self manage your work schedule and priorities to drive safety and key KPI’s Be highly organised, committed and collaborative Have good communication, influencing and relationship building skills Have sound technical skills and ability to apply these in a practical healthcare setting Have relevant tertiary qualification/s in OHS and/or Risk Management or other related field and had exposure to the Victorian Workcover system Epworth HealthCare is a world class not-for-profit private provider of acute medical, surgical, obstetric, rehabilitation and mental health services to the Victorian community across eight sites. Epworth is committed to becoming a major provider of teaching and research activities. It comprises of more than 1200 beds, 5000 staff and 2500 visiting medical officers across four operating divisions: Epworth Richmond, Epworth Eastern, Epworth Freemasons and Epworth Rehabilitation supported by a full range of corporate services. Epworth HealthCare offers its employees: Clinical excellence A dynamic team environment Attractive benefits including salary packaging Extensive professional development and education programs Strong research activity and expertise Flexibility and support If you are interested and/or require further information, please see contact details set out below. Enquiries: Sarah Thompson Ph: 0400 600 504 Applications Close: 06/06/2014
ADVERTISER: Epworth Corporate (Freemasons),Epworth Corporate (Richmond)
SALARY: Not Specified
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JOB TITLE:

Private Investigator / Trainee Surveillance Investigator

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: Sydney, NSW
DATE:   28/05/2014
DESCRIPTION: 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 Sydney Metro and regional areas who: Hold a current NSW 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 NSW Investigation License, and meet the above criteria. To be considered for this opportunity, please send your resume to ais@arias.net.au
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SALARY: Not Specified
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JOB TITLE:

Factual & Surveillance Investigators NSW

JOB TYPE: Investigator
LOCATION: Sydney, NSW
DATE:   16/05/2014
DESCRIPTION: Positions Vacant x 6 - Workers Compensation Investigators NSW. If you are a recent Australian Security Academy Graduate I have investigation work for you in NSW. Licensed Factual and Surveillance Investigators wanted. Established Investigation Agency with state and national WC contracts. On going training and excellent office support. Send your resume to michael.evans@australiansecurityacademy.com.au. I will pass it on directly to the client. This employer is an Academy recommended Investigation Agency which has employed over fifty Australian Security Academy graduates. No phone calls please.
ADVERTISER: Australian Security Academy
SALARY: Not Specified
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JOB TITLE:

Trainer – Certificate IV Security & Risk Management

JOB TYPE: Trainer - Safety & Risk Management
LOCATION: Melbourne, SA
DATE:   15/05/2014
DESCRIPTION: Deliver relevant & tailored training Innovative & dynamic RTO - all resources are provided by us Ongoing full time contract role About the Role We are looking for a facilitator who has knowledge of the security industry, particularly in risk management. You will have experience delivering training to diverse audiences across Melbourne (there may be some training interstate too). You will also be supported by relevant qualifications including TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment and have experience working within the VET and AQTF frameworks. We are committed to providing training that is responsive, relevant, enjoyable and outcome focused. We consider our facilitators are the face of our organisation and therefore play a pivotal role in delivering exceptional training. Necessary skills and qualifications: Certificate IV in Training and Assessment TAE40110 Hold relevant qualifications including CPP40707 Cert IV in Security and Risk Management Demonstrable industry experience Experience working within the VET and AQTF framework Ability to engage and make training relevant; excellent verbal and written communication Knowledge of continuous improvement models and strong focus on quality Complete all training and assessment paperwork within time frames and to a high standard Proven ability to work independently as well as within a team Excellent written and oral communication skills A strong work ethic and positive attitude Who we are BAWM delivers vocational education and training (VET) in a variety of qualifications along with providing consultancy and outsourced managed services which are delivered through our stable of brands; Diverse Learning, Buildit Learning, RTO Edge and Career Direct. In December 2013, BAWM joined with two other privately held registered training organisations to become Vocation and list on the Australian Stock Exchange. As Vocation, we are a full-service provider offering clients and students 78 nationally recognised qualifications across Australia. Our vision is to change the game in VET and become the brand of choice for students, employers, governments and future team members. If you have the skill set and you want to be part of the fastest growing and most exciting education company in Australia, we would love to hear from you!
ADVERTISER: BAWM
SALARY: $500 daily rate
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JOB TITLE:

RISK AND SECURITY SPECIALIST

JOB TYPE: Risk Management
LOCATION: Melbourne, SA
DATE:   15/05/2014
DESCRIPTION: VicRoads supports Victoria’s liveability and economic prosperity by planning, developing and managing the arterial road network and delivering registration and licensing services. Our key role is to help provide Victorians with safe and easy connections to the people and places that matter most to them. This includes connecting people to social activities and workplaces as well as connecting goods to domestic and international marketplaces. Information Management & Technology Division The Information Management & Technology (IM&T) division supports the delivery of VicRoads Strategic Directions and operational services through the planning, design, acquisition, implementation and operation of information access and technology services that are fit for purpose and cost effective. IM&T achieves this by working in partnership with VicRoads business areas, collaborating with other government agencies, and developing our ICT people, whilst leveraging from industry expertise and service offerings. Risk and Security Specialist The Risk and Security Specialist is a key role that resides within the Strategy section of IM&T and is responsible for leading and coordinating information security and ICT risk management across VicRoads. The Risk and Security Specialist is responsible for leading and managing information security and ICT related risk including threat and risk identification and driving improvements. Key responsibilities include the VicRoads security policy environment, managing improvement in line with industry and Victorian Government security standards and ensuring assurance of project and operational security. The role is also responsible for coordinating VicRoads efforts to maintain compliance with the Payment Card Industry standard for a level 2 merchant. The successful candidate will have significant experience with both information security and ICT risk management including several years information security experience in large organisations. The ideal candidate will have a minimum two years experience with the development, update and promulgation of information security policies, standards and frameworks including the assurance of third party suppliers. Experience with risk and security standards and frameworks including PSPF, ISM, ISO 27001 & 3100, PCI DSS, Cobit and experience with Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard is highly desirable as is relevant security certifications eg. CISM, CRISC, CISSP. We are looking for an individual with strong leadership, problem solving and written and verbal communication skills who caneffectively engage stakeholders at all levels to reduce risk and to drive improvement in a large organisation. This is an exciting time to be part of VicRoads' risk and security team with a number of major organisation and Victorian state government initiatives in train including the development of the new VicRoads IAT Strategy, the Victorian Government Cyber Security Strategy, increasing PCI obligations and the ever improving Victorian Government data security standards. This is role suited to a candidate looking to take the next step in the risk and security career. Note this position requires a tertiary qualification in ICT or related field and experience relevant to the capability requirements of the role.
ADVERTISER: VicRoads
SALARY: Not Specified
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JOB TITLE:

Senior Loss Adjuster

JOB TYPE: Loss Adjuster
LOCATION: Brisbane, QLD
DATE:   15/05/2014
DESCRIPTION: Move to Brisbane the sunshine state – Excellent opportunity based in Brisbane This is an excellent opportunity for a Senior Loss Adjuster to join a large well established international firm who have gone from strength to strength and are looking to continue this positive company growth. The company are looking for the right cultural fit, if you are willing to work hard and provide an excellent level of service to your clients this role is for you. You will be provided the opportunity to develop your skills further and develop your career alongside an excellent work life balance. As part of this role you will; Work on your own initiative and have good time management skills Be provided flexible working times Manage your time between home, clients and the office Work with a range of clients across a variety of sectors Have exposure to SME's and large corporate accounts Be able to produce reports to a high standard Have excellent communication and organizational skills You must have; A relevant qualification 5 – 8+ Year's experience Excellent written and communication skills The ability to manage your own time and work efficiently Current driver's license Salaries are dependent on experience but the package could be around $150k. Base will be around $90k - $110k + Super. You will also get a Company Car, Fuel Card, Expenses, Iphone, Laptop and up to $20,000 per year in potential bonuses. Salaries outside this range are also available for those with more or outstanding experience. Send your resumes to David Berritta at david@bentleyrecruitment.com.au or go onto our website at www.bentleyrecruitment.com.au for more opportunities. If you would like to discuss this or other opportunities please call me on 07 3229 8020.
ADVERTISER: Bentley Recruitment
SALARY: $120k-$150k
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JOB TITLE:

Loss Adjuster

JOB TYPE: Loss Adjuster
LOCATION: Canberra, ACT
DATE:   15/05/2014
DESCRIPTION: 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 to employ a suitably motivated and qualified Loss Adjuster within our Canberra office, following continued and sustained growth and success. In your role you will provide services across all our clients in both Domestic and / or Commercial claims by managing your own portfolio of work. Typically you will be responsible for: Clarifying circumstances surrounding loss and causation; Verifying the nature and extent of loss / damage; Quantifying the work of reinstatement (material damage claims); Determining policy liability and providing recommendations to clients; Identifying and pursuing avenues for Salvage or Recovery; and Contributing to further growth and success of the Branch and Region. To be considered for this role, you must be able to demonstrate the following: Claims Administration experience within a Loss Adjusting firm; Insurance Claims Management experience in Commercial and/or Domestic claims from an insurance company background; Building and general construction experience; Studying towards industry qualifications, particularly ANZIIF or AICLA; Strong written and verbal communication skills; A strong customer service delivery focus for all our clients, including insurers, customers and brokers; and The ability to work as a team involving the achieving and implementing Strategic Objectives, together with the potential to provide mentoring to other team members. The salary package offered to the successful candidate will be commensurate with skills, qualifications, and experience. Additional benefits include a company motor vehicle, mobile phone, laptop and access to a bonus scheme. To be considered for this role, please search 'Loss Ajuster' on seek.com.au and submit a cover letter and current resume. Please note that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted and all applications will be treated in the strictest of confidence.
ADVERTISER: Cunningham Lindsey Australia Pty Ltd
SALARY: Not Specified
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JOB TITLE:

Internal Loss Adjuster

JOB TYPE: Loss Adjuster
LOCATION: Perth, WA
DATE:   15/05/2014
DESCRIPTION: We are working with a global and leading Loss Adjusting businesses based in Perth and are seeking people with prior Loss adjusting experience or people who would like to get into Loss Adjusting ideally who have Commercial claims/loss adjuster. Required Experience: You will have a minimum of 2 years claims experience in Loss Adjusting OR you will be a Claims handler with experience in both Domestic and Commercial claims You will be used to working to targets and be driven to exceed them The rewards: Secure International businesses with career opportunities for those that impress Membership of an industry association International business Career growth potential To be considered, please apply online and applicants with the most relevant experience will be contacted. To apply online, please search on seek. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact Tom Birch on 08 6214 1100, quoting Ref No. TBLA01.
ADVERTISER: Stirling Andersen Insurance
SALARY: Not Specified
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