EL1 Intelligence Team Leader

Posted 14 May 2024
Salary$80.34 per hour, Benefits: + Superannuation
Job type Temporary
DisciplineGovernment FederalGovernment, Defence, Emergency

Job description

EL1 Intelligence Team Leader
  • $80.34 per hour + super  
  • Canberra, Deakin – Brand New Office
  • 12-month contract | NV1 Security Clearance Required
  • Hybrid with Flexible Work Arrangements
  • Weekly Pay
The Organisation:
This Government body works with people with disability, providers, and the community to deliver nationally consistent, responsive, and effective regulation of service providers. They seek to uphold the rights of, and promote the health, safety, and wellbeing of people with disability receiving supports or services.

About the role:

The EL1 Intelligence Team Leader is required to coordinate and assume responsibility to undertake detailed or sensitive projects that may include performing varied activities involving many different and unrelated processes or methods that may impact on the strategic or operational outcomes that support the Agency’s objectives. The position is responsible for actively managing key internal and external stakeholder relationships and where required will represent and negotiate on behalf of the Agency to advance the Agency’s interests across a range of forums.

Responsibilities of the role include but are not limited to:
  • Utilising a Diploma of Government (Investigation), or its equivalent, as set out in Public Services Training Package (PSP04) to lead and coordinate the planning and production of strategic intelligence outputs and outcomes.
  • Supporting the response function of the team including, addressing requests for information, responding to senior management and ministerial requests and assessing incoming matters determining the required treatment.
  • Leading and coordinating intelligence projects, producing a range of high quality strategic, tactical and operational intelligence products informing and impacting decision-making for internal and external stakeholders, targeting organised fraud in Government programs.
  • Liaising with other Agencies, sharing information and intelligence, producing briefing papers including link charts and reports.
  • Producing reference and training material to support the Agency in relation to intelligence support and management.
  • Coordinating recruitment with the Director, providing managerial oversight relating to mandatory learning and the health and safety of the team.
  • Leading a team of Intelligence Coordination Officers that provide specialist advice to fraud investigation teams and partner agencies.
Key skills required for role:
  • Ability to manage the information and intelligence cycle and apply structure to analytical techniques.
  • Communication skills that enable responding to requests for information in particular written briefs.
  • Ability to work within a small team in a high tempo environment.
  • Familiarity with intelligence gathering systems and processes.
  • Investigative experience.
Desirable skills to have for the role:
  • Familiarity of the National intelligence and criminal investigations community.
  • Knowledge of National market and corporate regulators.
Application Requirements:
  • Applicants must hold Australian citizenship.
  • Hold a current NV1 Clearance or be willing and able to obtain one.
  • Be willing to undergo an Australian Federal Police Check and completion of the Agency’s screening checks, including; Working With Children Check, NDIS Worker Screening Check.
How to apply:
If this role is of interest to you, APPLY NOW, with your current resume in MS Word format along with an expression of interest. If you would like to know more then please don’t hesitate to contact Bill O’Rourke on 02 6162 7319 or via borourke@dfp.com.au

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DFP welcomes applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people with diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds and people with disability. In addition, DFP will provide reasonable adjustments for individuals with disability throughout the recruitment process. If you identify as a person with disability and require adjustments to the application, recruitment, selection and/or assessment process, please advise via adjustments@dfp.com.au or 1300 337 000 and indicate your preferred method of communication (email, phone, text) so we can keep in touch and meet your accessibility needs.
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