Investigations Officer

Organisation Name NGO Recruitment
Location Melbourne
Date Posted 2020-01-13
Job Type Long term contract
Job Number 302892890
  • 12-month fixed-term contract role, start asap!
  • Melbourne CBD Location OR South-Eastern Suburbs
  • Work on a challenging and fulfilling caseload - supportive environment!

 

The Organisation

Our client is an established community services organisation with a presence across Australia. This organisation supports and empowers diversity. 

The Role

As the successful investigations officer, you will be responsible for investigating reported allegations of abuse and neglect of children, young people and disability stakeholders. 

This position is expected to be incredibly busy and you will be joining a supportive team of 3, including x 2 Investigations Officers and an experienced Manager. Currently the role on offer is a 12-month fixed term contract, however a permanent opportunity may become available in the future. However, this is not a guarantee. 

Working from either the central or South-Eastern office, your responsibilities will include:
  • Taking ownership of new incidents and managing a varied caseload
  • Carrying out investigations into allegations of reportable conduct within the organisation 
  • Conducting investigative interviews, analysing evidence and making recommendations to support findings
  • Liaising with varied stakeholders including governmental departments and peak bodies
  • Making recommendations and providing feedback in relation to operation issues to mitigate future risks. 
Skills & Experience
  • Degree qualification in law, community services or a related discipline
  • Certificate IV Investigator Training  
  • Substantial investigative experience within the community services sector
  • A willingness to present or undergo a Working With Children's Check and a Police Check
  • A clean current Drivers Licence
  • Demonstrated understanding of the reportable conduct scheme, child safe standards and requirements of the disability worker inclusion scheme 
  • A genuine commitment to process improvement and the care and protection of children, young people and disability clients
  • Demonstrated experience handling sensitive information
  • A general desire and willingness to successfully commit to the full-length of the contract.
Please ensure your certifications, education and availability is clearly outlined on your application. You must have an appropriate visa to live and work in Australia 

To apply, please click apply to submit your resume and cover letter in MS Word format.  Alternatively, please call Natalie Brooker on (03) 8080 8975 to discuss.

Please be advised you can upload two attachments, including your resume and covering letter when submitting your application.