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Field Intelligence Officer Thursday Island

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Job Listing Date
16 May 2019
Location
Cairns & Far North
Salary
$62,703 - $73,208
Work Type
Full Time
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Field Intelligence Officer Thursday Island

The mission of the AFP is to provide dynamic and effective law enforcement to the people of Australia. It provides policing throughout Australia in relation to the prevention and detection of crimes against the Commonwealth, its laws and integrity, and community police services to the Community of the ACT.

 

Applications are invited from suitably qualified people who are interested in an appointment to the AFP. Applicants should demonstrate a commitment to the core values of the AFP, and their application must address selection criteria and the relevant work level standards.

 

As an inclusive organisation, the AFP provides opportunity for all Australians to fairly gain employment in the AFP.  We appreciate that everyone is unique and acknowledge that diversity in thought leads to greater transparency and improved consideration in our decision making.  To support our employees we also provide flexible work arrangements.

 

Applications must be lodged by 11:59pm (AEST) 06/06/2019.

JOB TITLE - Field Intelligence Officer (TI) 

Location - QLD  

AFP Band 03 $62,703.00 - $73,208.00 

VACANCY REFERENCE NUMBER 1246 

 

Role Summary

AFP appointees contribute to the achievement of outcomes in accordance with the regulatory framework, the AFP Code of Conduct and the AFP Governance Instruments.


Field Intelligence Officers (FIO) collect, process, integrate, evaluate and interpret available information to develop into a product for dissemination. The resulting intelligence product provides understanding and a developed insight in support of strategic, operational and tactical decision making.


The FIO must maintain an objective approach, maintaining a focus relevant to key issues in order to deliver intelligence product in required timeframes. They identify and assess the likelihood of current and emerging threats and provide advice on options tailored to the client’s needs.


This work may include;

  • Regular travel and liaison throughout the Torres Straits and Western Province PNG;
  • Undertaking a range of tasks associated with the collection, recording, evaluation, preparation and presentation of intelligence product; 
  • Recording and maintaining operational information in accordance with AFP policy and procedures;
  • Maintaining a contemporary knowledge of intelligence practices and procedures;
  • Maintaining law and criminal investigation processes and responses through ongoing professional development and learning opportunities outside the formal education process; and
  • Maintaining knowledge and understanding of the criminal justice system, components of offences and where to find information and the social and cultural impacts of policing.

 

 

Role Description & Responsibilities

This role represents the interests of Australia and the AFP on matters of trans-national law enforcement within the Torres Straits. As a member of a small team falling under the responsibility of the Coordinator Intelligence and Specialist Operations QLD, the role has responsibility to foster and further develop relationships at all levels from community, private sector, corporate and international engagement within the Torres Straits.

 

The role must operate within applicable AFP guidelines to fulfil prioritised intelligence requirements in support of strategic initiatives and operational outcomes.

  • Community liaison and engagement throughout the Torres Straits and Western Province PNG to define intelligence tasks;
  • Maintain, support and develop relationships with Domestic, Commonwealth and International stakeholders;
  • Intelligence collection, prioritisation and reporting in support of strategic initiatives and operational outcomes;
  • Undertake administrative tasks to support the functions of the AFP office on Thursday Island;
  • Patronise official and community events to enhance the reputation and  community acceptance of the AFP within the Torres Straits; and
  • Assessing operational situations, determining and effecting an appropriate response.

 

Essential Requirements

  • Ability and desire to complete AFP Intelligence training to fulfil the role of a FIO;
  • Maintain specialist skills and a contemporary knowledge of the intelligence cycle and doctrine;
  • Knowledge and understanding of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Culture;
  • Ability to work in a small team in adverse environments/conditions;
  • Security clearance – NV1 or the ability to obtain one;
  • Ability to deploy Internationally to PNG and fulfil trans-national patrol obligations;
  • Ability to work varying shifts as required;
  • Ability to liaise, communicate and  maintain relationships with Commonwealth, State and International stakeholders supportive of a whole of government approach to combatting trans-national crime;

 

Desirable Requirements

  • Appropriate linguistic and communication skills to correspond with both stakeholders and the traditional owners of the Torres Strait and Western Province PNG;
  • Knowledge of the geographical, socioeconomic and political environment in the Torres Straits advantageous;
  • Ability to work autonomously and make decisions in accordance with organisational values and guidelines;
  • Ability to undertake regular travel via fixed and rotary winged aircraft and maritime vessel throughout the Torres Straits and Western Province PNG;
  • Housed or access to housing on Thursday Island; and
  • Ability to actively develop an ethical, values driven culture that embraces diversity, inclusion and mutual respect.

 

Selection Criteria

  • Organising your work, making sound decisions and achieving outcomes
  • Communicating and working effectively with other people.
  • Applying technical knowledge, expertise, and skills.

 

Required Application Documents

 

  • As part of your application you will be required to submit the following documents:
  • Employment Suitability Questionnaire (ESQ) – non-AFP employees only
  • Traffic History – non-AFP employees only
  • Proof of Australian citizenship – non-AFP employees only
  • Two page pitch
  • Resume/CV
  • Education Certificates
  • Driver’s License

 

Contact Officer: Grant DOHERTY, + 612 5126 0905 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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The mission of the AFP is to provide dynamic and effective law enforcement to the people of Australia. It provides policing throughout Australia in relation to the prevention and detection of crimes against the Commonwealth, its laws and integrity, and community police services to the Community of the ACT.

 

Applications are invited from suitably qualified people who are interested in an appointment to the AFP. Applicants should demonstrate a commitment to the core values of the AFP, and their application must address selection criteria and the relevant work level standards.

 

As an inclusive organisation, the AFP provides opportunity for all Australians to fairly gain employment in the AFP.  We appreciate that everyone is unique and acknowledge that diversity in thought leads to greater transparency and improved consideration in our decision making.  To support our employees we also provide flexible work arrangements.

 

Applications must be lodged by 11:59pm (AEST) 06/06/2019.

JOB TITLE - Field Intelligence Officer (TI) 

Location - QLD  

AFP Band 03 $62,703.00 - $73,208.00 

VACANCY REFERENCE NUMBER 1246 

 

Role Summary

AFP appointees contribute to the achievement of outcomes in accordance with the regulatory framework, the AFP Code of Conduct and the AFP Governance Instruments.


Field Intelligence Officers (FIO) collect, process, integrate, evaluate and interpret available information to develop into a product for dissemination. The resulting intelligence product provides understanding and a developed insight in support of strategic, operational and tactical decision making.


The FIO must maintain an objective approach, maintaining a focus relevant to key issues in order to deliver intelligence product in required timeframes. They identify and assess the likelihood of current and emerging threats and provide advice on options tailored to the client’s needs.


This work may include;

  • Regular travel and liaison throughout the Torres Straits and Western Province PNG;
  • Undertaking a range of tasks associated with the collection, recording, evaluation, preparation and presentation of intelligence product; 
  • Recording and maintaining operational information in accordance with AFP policy and procedures;
  • Maintaining a contemporary knowledge of intelligence practices and procedures;
  • Maintaining law and criminal investigation processes and responses through ongoing professional development and learning opportunities outside the formal education process; and
  • Maintaining knowledge and understanding of the criminal justice system, components of offences and where to find information and the social and cultural impacts of policing.

 

 

Role Description & Responsibilities

This role represents the interests of Australia and the AFP on matters of trans-national law enforcement within the Torres Straits. As a member of a small team falling under the responsibility of the Coordinator Intelligence and Specialist Operations QLD, the role has responsibility to foster and further develop relationships at all levels from community, private sector, corporate and international engagement within the Torres Straits.

 

The role must operate within applicable AFP guidelines to fulfil prioritised intelligence requirements in support of strategic initiatives and operational outcomes.

  • Community liaison and engagement throughout the Torres Straits and Western Province PNG to define intelligence tasks;
  • Maintain, support and develop relationships with Domestic, Commonwealth and International stakeholders;
  • Intelligence collection, prioritisation and reporting in support of strategic initiatives and operational outcomes;
  • Undertake administrative tasks to support the functions of the AFP office on Thursday Island;
  • Patronise official and community events to enhance the reputation and  community acceptance of the AFP within the Torres Straits; and
  • Assessing operational situations, determining and effecting an appropriate response.

 

Essential Requirements

  • Ability and desire to complete AFP Intelligence training to fulfil the role of a FIO;
  • Maintain specialist skills and a contemporary knowledge of the intelligence cycle and doctrine;
  • Knowledge and understanding of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Culture;
  • Ability to work in a small team in adverse environments/conditions;
  • Security clearance – NV1 or the ability to obtain one;
  • Ability to deploy Internationally to PNG and fulfil trans-national patrol obligations;
  • Ability to work varying shifts as required;
  • Ability to liaise, communicate and  maintain relationships with Commonwealth, State and International stakeholders supportive of a whole of government approach to combatting trans-national crime;

 

Desirable Requirements

  • Appropriate linguistic and communication skills to correspond with both stakeholders and the traditional owners of the Torres Strait and Western Province PNG;
  • Knowledge of the geographical, socioeconomic and political environment in the Torres Straits advantageous;
  • Ability to work autonomously and make decisions in accordance with organisational values and guidelines;
  • Ability to undertake regular travel via fixed and rotary winged aircraft and maritime vessel throughout the Torres Straits and Western Province PNG;
  • Housed or access to housing on Thursday Island; and
  • Ability to actively develop an ethical, values driven culture that embraces diversity, inclusion and mutual respect.

 

Selection Criteria

  • Organising your work, making sound decisions and achieving outcomes
  • Communicating and working effectively with other people.
  • Applying technical knowledge, expertise, and skills.

 

Required Application Documents

 

  • As part of your application you will be required to submit the following documents:
  • Employment Suitability Questionnaire (ESQ) – non-AFP employees only
  • Traffic History – non-AFP employees only
  • Proof of Australian citizenship – non-AFP employees only
  • Two page pitch
  • Resume/CV
  • Education Certificates
  • Driver’s License

 

Contact Officer: Grant DOHERTY, + 612 5126 0905 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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