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POSTED 6th Jan, 2021 REF NO. BBBH12751
APS5 Regulatory Intelligence Analyst
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About the Organisation
Fair Work Ombudsman is an independent statutory agency whose role is to act as the central point of contact for free advice and information on the Australian national workplace relations system, investigating workplace complaints and to enforce compliance with national workplace laws.
This role offers the opportunity to contribute to and lead different investigation types, depending on Branch priorities. This is an excellent opportunity for policing or investigations professionals to transition into a career in the APS whilst still utilising all their skills.
- Secure an initial 6 month contract in a position that could be extended
- Excellent career opportunity for a police officer or candidates familiar with government investigations to transition into the APS
- Remote working location
This position makes a critical contribution to safeguarding the integrity of Australian businesses and their employee entitlements. You will be a valued member of a highly responsive and contemporary regulatory investigations team, contributing to the implementation of intelligence activities and generating outcomes that have direct impact.
Intelligence Analysts work with a high level of autonomy and ensure the work of the team is of high standards. They will also at times be required to assist with project work as well as:
- Analyse, integrate, and evaluate information to produce accurate and informative intelligence reports for treatment
- Conduct formal and informal discussions with staff, customers and third parties to obtain required information
- Contribute to changes in workplace practices and process improvements
- Provide administrative support for the team
- Update databases and to assist with developing a robust intelligence store
- Use a range of analytical tools to assist in producing tactical intelligence reports
Your Background and Experience
Your background and experience will ideally be regulatory intelligence, fraud or criminal investigations. You must have an unbiased attitude in your investigative approach with operators and be able to influence and lead by example exercising a great degree of empathy in the execution of your role. You will need to:
- Demonstrate experience in investigations or intelligence
- Demonstrate being team player with the ability to succeed within a complex and rapidly changing environment
- Possess well-developed written and oral communication skills and ability to produce briefings and reports
- Have an understanding and knowledge of Australian workplace legislation and the Fairwork Act 2009 and its impact on individuals and businesses.
The successful candidate will be required to be an Australian citizen and have (or be able to obtain and maintain) a Baseline security clearance.
Salary / Rate
- $45 – $55 per hour + Super. Note: this includes casual leave loading in lieu of annual and sick leave
- 6 month contract with strong extension prospects
How to Apply
To apply online, please click on the appropriate link.
Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact Nick Day on 02 6108 4878 quoting ref no. 12751.