APS5 Fraud Intelligence Officers

Posted 08 July 2024
Salary$55.24 per hour
Job type Contract

Job description

We are looking for an APS5 Fraud Investigators to join a Federal Government Agency based in Brisbane CBD.

The Role:
Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
  • Utilising a Cert IV in Government investigations, or its equivalent to conduct complex and sensitive criminal investigation activities in accordance with NDIA processes and the Australian Government Investigation Standards.
  • High level interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to work in a team environment and also autonomously.
  • Experience in conducting interviews, preparing statements and affidavits, collecting, securing and managing evidential material and confidential information.
  • Ability to analyse and process information to produce accurate and informative reports.
  • Experience in conducting formal and informal discussions with partner agencies.
  • Ability to use computer/software applications including Microsoft Office and Microsoft Excel.
  • Ability to assist with the execution of search warrants, which may require domestic travel, overnight stays and working extended hours.
  • Must have or be able to obtain and maintain a security clearance at “Negative Vetting Level 1
About you:
To be considered for this role candidates must be able to demonstrate:
  • Experience in supporting assessment and investigation activities involving members of vulnerable communities, preferable within a public sector environment
  • Experience in providing evidence in criminal and/or civil court
  • Experience in conducting fraud investigations
  • Demonstrated team player with the ability to succeed within a complex and rapidly changing environment
This is a 12 month assignment paying $43.82 per hour plus super.  Some WFH flexibility will be offered following training.

To Apply:
As this role is working within Federal Government, applicants must hold Australian Citizenship.

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