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494878/ISD - Project Support/Facilitator - APS Level 6

Attorney General's Department

Our Opportunity Commonwealth Fraud Prevention Centre – Capability and Development Team The Capability and Development Team partners with domestic and international experts to deliver projects that identify, develop and embed innovative and leading counter fraud practice across the Commonwealth. Current areas of focus include working with partners to embed leading practice processes and expertise in fraud risk assessment, pressure testing and information sharing, as well as supporting data sharing pilots to counter fraud. Future projects may include partnering with experts to identify, develop and embed leading practice and expertise in other areas, such as policy design, suitability assessments and data analytics to strengthen counter fraud arrangements across Commonwealth entities.

Role and expectations of the successful candidate You will be responsible for supporting a range of projects to improve capability and expertise to counter fraud across the Commonwealth. This will involve supporting project leads and counter fraud experts across the public and private sectors to help Commonwealth entities design and deliver fraud resilient programs and functions. Key duties will include supporting projects that identify, develop, embed and measure the impact of innovative and leading practices to counter fraud against Commonwealth programs and functions.

This will involve working across different projects to help coordinate a range of deliverables, workshops and seminars to strengthen capability and build expertise across the Commonwealth. You will also help project leads engage and support stakeholders across multiple entities to embed leading practice principles, processes, tools and techniques to counter fraud. Who are we looking for? We seek people who bring external ideas, diverse experience, and global perspectives, and are willing to explore innovative ways of working.

People who work for us will display leadership at all levels, apply information effectively in order to solve problems, and work collaboratively to achieve outcomes. Specific requirements of the role: Experience supporting projects through different stages, including project planning and reporting Proactive, collaborative, organised and enjoys building productive working relationships Strong research, analysis and critical thinking skills Understands risk management processes and techniques such as risk assessment, evaluation and data analysis. Communicates effectively and persuasively, both verbally and in writing Willing to think creatively and learn new skills to develop practical and innovative approaches Desirable skills and background: Has worked in a fraud control environment and has a good understanding of fraud, and how it can be prevented, detected and responded to Has experience supporting policy design and implementation Has experience facilitating workshops and presentations Can work flexibly over a range of short and longer term projects Has experience developing.


Date22 June 2021

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type Full Time

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