Inspector - Counter Terrorism



Overview of the Division and Section: Australian Border Force (ABF) Enforcement Command is responsible for providing specialist investigation and enforcement capabilities to target and disrupt national security threats, serious and/or complex border crime and vulnerabilities in the trade and migration systems. ABF Counter Terrorism (CT) is responsible for driving and coordinating the Branch's contribution to the whole-of-government national security outcomes and objectives by providing border capability to CT-related investigative and intelligence functions across national jurisdictions. CT works closely with partner agencies to deliver strategic, operational and investigative capabilities in joint task forces and operations on matters of national security.

Partners and key stakeholders include internal Departmental areas (for example Counter Terrorism Units, Counter Proliferation Section); the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation (ASIO), the Australian Federal Police (AFP) and State/Territory law enforcement agencies to deliver border-related responses to individuals or entities of national security concern. About the role: As an Inspector, you will be required to lead and manage the CT Strategic Engagement Team. This team provides strategic and operational border advice to stakeholders and partner agencies to influence whole-of-government efforts to combat terrorism.

The team's core function is to support the Assistant Commissioner Enforcement Command in his role as the CT Border Mission lead and to ensure that the ABF is fulfilling its objectives by contributing to Australia's national CT framework. The incumbent will be required to have or obtain a Negative Vetting 1 Security Clearance. Our Ideal Candidate: We are looking for an individual who thrives working in a high-tempo and fluid environment to deliver outcomes.

The successful candidate will have: A clear understanding of Australia's national CT framework and an appreciation of the CT Mission structure A sound knowledge or ability to quickly acquire a good understanding of Departmental and ABF operations, systems, powers and capabilities to influence and drive ABF strategic priorities Strong communication skills, both oral and written, including the ability to prepare high level briefing materials to inform ABF Senior Executive on issues relevant to CT Ability to collaborate and foster relationships with key internal and external stakeholders Ability to work autonomously to prioritise and manage tasks to meet conflicting deadlines, within a fast paced, high pressure environment Ability to lead, manage a small team, including monitoring of workloads, providing guidance and support Certificate IV and/or Diploma in Government (Investigation) or equivalent from an Australian law enforcement or security agency (preferred, but not essential). The key duties of the position include Specific duties/responsibilities: The Inspector will: Contribute to and influence whole-of-government eff.

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25 May 2020


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