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Do you have a proven track record in solving problems and delivering results. Your new company This government organisation is seeking Lead Investigator to join their team based on the Gold Coast. Your new role Will see you undertake the following: Undertake complex investigations into alleged breaches of legislation and the company policies, with a central focus on matters that are considered corrupt conduct.
Undertake corrupt conduct assessments against s15 of the Crime and Corruption Act, The PID Act and the Human Rights Act before preparing an Investigation Scope and Plan for peer review. Use best-practice investigative techniques, including gathering evidence promptly, conducting records of interviews, preparing complex Investigation Reports, including the ability to critically analysis and thoroughly demonstrate a discussion of evidence, ability to align findings with recommendations for change. Prepare briefs of evidence for use in disciplinary and/or criminal proceedings (if the matter is required to be briefed to the QPS or AFP).
Implement proactive compliance initiatives, including investigations, job site audits, desktop audits, surveillance, and covert activities. Prepare or review complex written advice on matters such as compliance with the Public Interest Disclosure Act and offences against the Public Interest Disclosure Act 2010. Conduct target education campaigns.
Assist the wider organisation teams in resolving serious workplace complaints. Contribute to the development of the new enhanced policies and procedures. Ensure productivity by prompting teamwork, mentoring team members and contributing to staff development and training.
Serious and systemic misconduct. Professionally engage in Peer Review processes. What you'll need to succeed To be successful in the role you will have a proven track record in problem solving, influencing people, adapting approaches and delivering results.
You will also have a strong background in investigations (ideally within the public sector) think positively, articulate information and build strong relationships whilst maintaining confidentially. Anticipates, analyses, and manages emerging issues. Develops innovative solutions to complex problems Works independently and manages individual and teamwork deliverables as required.
Proactively collaborates with others to achieve results. A strong work ethic and resilience. Proactively builds trust and effectively collaborates and maintains relationships with a diverse group of stakeholders.
Displays judgement, initiative and professionalism and encourages these standards in others. Communicates complex information clearly and compellingly for the target audience. At least five years' experience in interpreting and applying relevant legislation, policies, and procedures, including the rules of evidence and industrial-related functions, including an employee's entitlement to natural justice and procedural fairness throughout any workplace investigation.