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Senior Investigation Officer

Advertiser: Ombudsman VictoriaMore jobs from this company

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Job Listing Date
11 Feb 2019
Location
Melbourne
Work Type
Full Time
Classification
Government & Defence, Government - State

Senior Investigation Officer

 

 Stimulating and challenging role • Dynamic, energetic and flexible work environment • Modern office in Melbourne's CBD • Multiple Ongoing and Fixed-term, Full-time roles available • Grade 5.1 $96,942 - $107,117 per annum, plus 9.5% superannuation contribution • Grade 5.2 $107,119 - $117,293 per annum, plus 9.5% superannuation contribution

You are: • calm under pressure, curious and creative

You possess strong skills in: • conducting complex administrative investigations, coaching and mentoring

You have experience in: • a public service environment,  conducting administrative investigations with a focus on outcomes

We're the Victorian Ombudsman.  Our office provides a free, independent, accessible and impartial service to all Victorians.

Our purpose is to ensure fairness for Victorians in their dealings with the public sector, to improve public administration and to foster confidence in the integrity of the sector. About your new role:

The Senior Investigation Officer (Investigations) works in our Investigations team.

The purpose of the Investigations team is to:

• assess and investigate Protected Disclosure Complaints alleging improper conduct by Victorian public officers and bodies

• investigate systemic issues by Victorian public bodies

• resolve and investigate complaints about the administrative actions and decisions of Victorian public bodies.

In alignment with the:

• Protected Disclosure Act 2012 (Vic)

• Charter of Human Rights and Responsibilities Act 2006 (Vic)

• Ombudsman Act 1973 (Vic)

This Senior Investigation Officer has regular interactions with members of the public, including marginalised communities, as well as public sector agencies.

HOW TO APPLY

Applications need to be submitted online via the ‘Apply Now' button.  To be considered for this role, you must include:

• a 1 page Cover Letter addressing the Key Selection Criteria in the Position Description

• a Resume, no longer than 5 typed pages (in Word format) Applications close midnight, Sunday 24th of February 2019. Want to find out more about us and what we do? 

Please visit:  www.ombudsman.vic.gov.au

VO is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to providing an inclusive, accessible and safe work environment. We want to ensure all applicants and employees with disability are treated respectfully and equitably in all stages of the recruitment process.   We encourage job applications from people of all genders, ages, religions, disability, LGBTIQ and cultures, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

VO is committed to supporting our employees balance their work and life commitments. All requests for flexible working arrangements will be considered in line with operational requirements. The types of flexibility may differ from role to role.

Employment at the Victorian Ombudsman is subject to the successful completion of the following:

• Criminal Record check

• Working with Children check

• Statutory Declaration

• Confidentiality Agreement

• Conflict of Interest check

• Probationary period If you require a copy of this advertisement or any attached documentation in an accessible format or would like to discuss an access requirement or adjustment to the recruitment process, then please contact the People and Development team email people@ombudsman.vic.gov.au.

 

 Stimulating and challenging role • Dynamic, energetic and flexible work environment • Modern office in Melbourne's CBD • Multiple Ongoing and Fixed-term, Full-time roles available • Grade 5.1 $96,942 - $107,117 per annum, plus 9.5% superannuation contribution • Grade 5.2 $107,119 - $117,293 per annum, plus 9.5% superannuation contribution

You are: • calm under pressure, curious and creative

You possess strong skills in: • conducting complex administrative investigations, coaching and mentoring

You have experience in: • a public service environment,  conducting administrative investigations with a focus on outcomes

We're the Victorian Ombudsman.  Our office provides a free, independent, accessible and impartial service to all Victorians.

Our purpose is to ensure fairness for Victorians in their dealings with the public sector, to improve public administration and to foster confidence in the integrity of the sector. About your new role:

The Senior Investigation Officer (Investigations) works in our Investigations team.

The purpose of the Investigations team is to:

• assess and investigate Protected Disclosure Complaints alleging improper conduct by Victorian public officers and bodies

• investigate systemic issues by Victorian public bodies

• resolve and investigate complaints about the administrative actions and decisions of Victorian public bodies.

In alignment with the:

• Protected Disclosure Act 2012 (Vic)

• Charter of Human Rights and Responsibilities Act 2006 (Vic)

• Ombudsman Act 1973 (Vic)

This Senior Investigation Officer has regular interactions with members of the public, including marginalised communities, as well as public sector agencies.

HOW TO APPLY

Applications need to be submitted online via the ‘Apply Now' button.  To be considered for this role, you must include:

• a 1 page Cover Letter addressing the Key Selection Criteria in the Position Description

• a Resume, no longer than 5 typed pages (in Word format) Applications close midnight, Sunday 24th of February 2019. Want to find out more about us and what we do? 

Please visit:  www.ombudsman.vic.gov.au

VO is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to providing an inclusive, accessible and safe work environment. We want to ensure all applicants and employees with disability are treated respectfully and equitably in all stages of the recruitment process.   We encourage job applications from people of all genders, ages, religions, disability, LGBTIQ and cultures, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

VO is committed to supporting our employees balance their work and life commitments. All requests for flexible working arrangements will be considered in line with operational requirements. The types of flexibility may differ from role to role.

Employment at the Victorian Ombudsman is subject to the successful completion of the following:

• Criminal Record check

• Working with Children check

• Statutory Declaration

• Confidentiality Agreement

• Conflict of Interest check

• Probationary period If you require a copy of this advertisement or any attached documentation in an accessible format or would like to discuss an access requirement or adjustment to the recruitment process, then please contact the People and Development team email people@ombudsman.vic.gov.au.

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