Gaz - El1 - Act/nsw/vic - Inspector Investigations, Canberra, Department Of Inmigration And Border P

Published 2022-06-30
Expires 2022-07-30
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Gaz - El1 - Act/nsw/vic - Inspector Investigations, Canberra, Department Of Inmigration And Border P
Australia, Australian Capital Territory, Canberra,
Published June 30, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Gaz - el1 - act/nsw/vic - inspector investigations

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About the role:The Border Force Inspector positions are responsible for leading and supporting investigative outcomes across national security and serious criminality that has a nexus to the movement of value, people and goods in and out of Australia. Inspectors are responsible for driving and coordinating Australian Border Force’s (ABF’s) contribution to whole-of-government national security, counter proliferation and organised crime outcomes by providing border capabilities to ABF investigative functions across national jurisdictions. Our ideal candidate: The ABF is looking for people who enjoy working in a rapidly evolving and forward thinking environment. We are looking for candidates who lead teams to deliver innovative solutions and empower staff in a cohesive team environment. With a focus on strong communication skills, our ideal candidate will contribute key ABF outcomes at a range of national forums in support of achieving whole-of-government priorities. The successful candidates will be self-driven and seek to directly influence the key outcomes of the organisation. Specific duties/responsibilities: Desired experience in criminal investigations management and knowledge or ability to learn Operational planning ability as well as strong networks or the ability to form strong networks within the national and international law enforcement community A knowledge of Migration and Customs Act offences including experience in Command and Control and/or Incident Command and Control System Plus (ICCS+) Excellent interpersonal skills to lead a team as well as influence and provide critical decisions on best course of action Perform complex analysis and liaison to inform enforcement responses as part of investigative projects and/or compliance program requirements. Applicant response: As part of your application, you will be required to prepare a response document (minimum 11pt font in MSWord or PDF format), which you will upload in the next section. Please ensure you read the instructions carefully, noting failure to address identified requirements may lead to your application being deemed ineligible. Please prepare a one-page Applicant Response in relation to the advertised role, outlining: How your skills, knowledge and experience will be relevant to this role Why you are interested in the role and what you can offer us Any specific examples or achievements that demonstrate your ability to perform the role.

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    Department Of Inmigration And Border Protecion
    Registered on October 7, 2017


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