Vehicle Identification Examiner, Sydney, Nsw Government -safety Environment & Regulation

Published 2022-09-22
Expires 2022-10-22
ID #1178220617
100 AU$
Vehicle Identification Examiner, Sydney, Nsw Government -safety Environment & Regulation
Australia, New South Wales, Sydney,
Published September 22, 2022

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Vehicle identification examiner
Min. Salary: 80.000

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Vehicle Identification Examiner

Organisation / Entity: Safety Environment & Regulation

Job category:
Trades and Services | Automotive
Job location:
Sydney Region / Sydney City
Job reference number: 78493-40573395
Work type: Full-Time

Closing date: 29/09/2022 - 11:59 PM
Combine your compliance skills and vehicle knowledge
Permanent Full-time Role
Location-Parramatta (working also from Botany Silverwater & Penrith)
About us

Transport for NSW keeps our State moving by providing safe, integrated and efficient transport systems. We put our customers at the centre of everything we do – and we do a lot. We connect people, communities and industry and manage how they use our road, rail and maritime networks and services, and even active modes like walking and cycling. The work we do connects the journeys you take every day.

We are a state government organisation made up of more than 28,000 people and we're in the middle of delivering the largest transport infrastructure program in Australia's history. We work across planning, policy and procurement, harnessing data and technology to develop smarter and more adaptive transport solutions.

That means job opportunities in metropolitan and regional areas right across NSW – you have the chance to be part of creating a lasting legacy that will benefit generations to come.

About the Team

The Safety, Environment and Regulation(SER) division upholds safety and sustainability in our transport system. We’re working to deliver globally-recognised, safe, sustainable transport for our people, customers and the community.

Within SER we have Regulatory Operations including the Vehicle Safety team which achieves safer vehicle outcomes in a variety of ways including through Vehicle Operations which maintains the integrity of the vehicle registration registers including the Written-Off Vehicle Register, the issuing of Vehicle Identification numbers, detecting and deterring illegal registrations and collaborating with other regulatory and law enforcement agencies to prevent vehicle fraud.

The opportunity

Right now, we have an opportunity for a motor vehicle enthusiast with vehicle trade experience to join this high performing team as a Vehicle Identification Examiner.

What you will be involved in:
Conducting inspections of vehicles to verify their safety and identity.
Inspecting all types of vehicles ensuring that they comply with AUVIS rules.
Ensuring vehicle compliance with relevant legislation by using specialised equipment to conduct inspections of vehicles at inspection facilities, field locations and roadside intercepts.
The head office is located at Botany, however you may be required to be based out of any of the Sydney metro facilities including Botany, Silverwater or Penrith. State-wide travel is required.

Please click here  to view a copy of the position description.

About you

To be successful in this role you will have motor vehicle trade qualifications and/or have completed a Certificate IV in Government (Investigation), or have demonstrated experience in performing compliance activities using investigative techniques.

You will have demonstrated experience in physically examining vehicles and possess strong communication skills, as you will be liaising with a variety of stakeholders both internal and external including police and authorised examiners across the state of NSW.

You must have the ability to research, interpret and apply legislation along with the ability to investigate and prepare reports which would be able to be used in legal proceedings.

Salary and Benefits

The salary for this position is USS Grade 7 ($97,223 - $102,607) per annum plus superannuation and leave loading.

For more information on Employee Benefits at TfNSW please click here.


Joining Transport for NSW, you’ll have access to a range of unique government benefits in a flexible work environment like no other. If you’re ready to step into this meaningful and rewarding role, we want to hear from you!

To apply for this position, please submit a resume and answer all questions within the online application process.

How to apply

To apply for this position, please submit your resume and respond to the questions that are asked as part of the online application process.

Applications Close 11.59 pm Thursday 29 September 2022

We are the community we serve
We are committed to being an inclusive, diverse and flexible workplace where differences are valued. We welcome people of all backgrounds, experience and abilities.
We enable our people to work in ways that work for them and are proud to be recognised as a FlexReady Certified employer for our flexible work policies, offerings and practices. Working virtually and from different locations including regional locations, staggering work hours and job sharing are just some of the ways our people can work flexibly.
Please contact the Talent Specialist below if you require any adjustments to be made to how you interact with us throughout the recruitment process or would like to discuss flexible work options.
For any enquiries, please email Sharon Sorensen at [email protected]

We’re certified as a Family Inclusive Workplace
Our flexible work practices and policies for parental leave, employee and family wellbeing and family care enable us to provide genuine support for our people to thrive at work and at home.
Working with Transport gives you access to a range of benefits that help you balance work with the things that matter to you. Look through our Employee Benefits Guide to learn more.

Apply today to register your interest!
Find out more about Transport for NSW at https://www.transport.nsw.gov.au/about-us.
Take a look at our application tips video series for plenty of great information on navigating and acing the application and recruitment process here at Transport.

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