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ICT Senior DevOps Engineer » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - About the role: As Senior DevOps Engineer, you have the crucial role of leading the build and maintenance of applications for our first responders to: manage critical incidents and state-wide events (including natural disasters) support proactive policing in the community assist specialist units tackling issues such as youth offending, road safety, and cybercrime what you and your team create will transform modern frontline policing Benefits: You will be part of a supportive and progressive team that supports and enables career development Victoria Police is a contemporary and agile workplace and supports flexible working arrangements Work in a complex, dynamic, challenging digital environment, delivering technology solutions to keep your community safe Your duties will include: Lead the build, test, and deployment of software applications to meet business needs, aligned to product roadmaps Work with domain and solution architects to research technical solutions to business problems Provide clear and concise specialist advice to relevant stakeholders Collaborate with product specialists and business subject matter experts to effectively translate documented business requirements into fit-for-purpose technical solutions As the successful applicant, you will have: Tertiary qualifications in Information and Communications Technology or directly related discipline Significant hands-on experience in software engineering, within an agile delivery environment Demonstrated experience effectively engaging, managing, and working with senior stakeholders At least 3 years' experience in a selection of the following technologies: Power Platform (or D365 experience) Power Apps – both Model Driven and Canvas Power Apps component framework (PCF) Power Automate Power BI Dataverse JavaScript PowerApps Plugins Other Skills C# .NET SQL Skills (Microsoft) Azure DevOps GitHub CI/CD scripting for the Power Platform Requirements and relevant information: One (1) x full-time, ongoing position available. This position is located at Victoria Police Centre, 311 Spencer Street, Docklands. The successful applicant will be required to undergo National Security Vetting, achieve and maintain a security classification as determined by the Department Head. To achieve this, applicants must be an Australian Citizen. The successful candidate will be required to undergo pre-employment checks which may include fingerprint checks and misconduct screening. Your application must include: Resume Completed application form – the word document (2. Application form) for you to complete and attach to your submission, is attached to the job advertisement. Applications close midnight, 18 June 2024. Please Note: All applications will need to be submitted through one of the following platforms; Jobs and Skills Exchange (JSE) website, Victorian Government careers website (Careers.vic) or Seek. Applications will not be accepted via other platforms or email. Current Victorian Government employees must apply via Jobs and Skills Exchange (JSE). For further information, please contact: Julie Browne on (03) 8335 7910 or julie.brownepolice.vic.gov.au We welcome applications from people with disability. If you have a disability/medical condition and require a copy of this advertisement and attached documentation in an accessible format or would like to discuss an access requirement/reasonable adjustment for the recruitment process, please contact VPS Recruitment via email VPSRECRUITMENTpolice.vic.gov.au or on (03) 8335 8082. About Us: Victoria Police has a dedicated workforce of more than 22,000 employees consisting of police, protective services officers, police custody officers, and public service staff. Each employee plays a vital role in providing the 24/7, 365 days a year emergency response and public safety capability the organisation delivers to its community. As a Victoria Police employee, you have a dedication and commitment to community safety. Having a workforce that reflects the community we serve is important to Victoria Police. We want to attract and retain people of all genders, ages, religions, disability, sexual orientation, family and caring responsibilities, and cultures including people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander heritage. If you are interested in a position, we encourage you to apply as we celebrate the benefit that diversity brings to our employees, our services, and our community. • Tue, 04 JunVictorian Government
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Administrative / Property Officer » Portland, Lithgow Area - About the role The role requires the successful applicant to work closely in a small team environment under the supervision of a Team Leader and the Station Commander. The role provides administrative support to operational Police members at the Portland Police Complex and surrounding Cluster Stations. Support is provided to approximately 70 police members from General Duties, Crime Investigation Unit, Youth Resource Officer and Highway Patrol. Victoria Police is a contemporary and agile workplace and supports flexible working arrangements. As the successful applicant your duties will include: Administration Duties. Meeting attendance and recording. Manage registers and records both electronically and manually. Property Management. Station compliance and maintenance management. Court preparation process. As the successful applicant, you will have: A knowledge of current electronic operating systems and programs Written and oral communication skills. The ability to work to deadlines. Ability to maintain accurate records in a confidential environment. Work within a small team. Abide by Victoria Police Code of Ethics and Conduct and Organisational Values. Requirements and relevant information One (1) x part time (0.7 FTE), ongoing VPS2 position available. VPS2: $56,834 - $72,985 p.a. plus superannuation (pro rata for part time) The usual place of work will be 2 Glenelg Street Portland VIC 3305. However, you may be expected to work out of any location within Western Region Division 2, as required. Applicants must be an Australian Citizen, Permanent Resident or hold a valid work permit or visa. The successful applicant will be required to undergo pre-employment checks which may include fingerprint checks and misconduct screening. Your application must include: Resume Completed application form – attached to the job advertisement. Applications close midnight, Tuesday, 11th June 2024. Please note: All applications will need to be submitted through one of the following platforms: Job Skills and Exchange (JSE) website or the Victorian Government careers website. Current Victorian Government Employees must apply via Jobs and Skills Exchange (JSE). Applications will not be accepted via other platforms or email. For further information on this role please contact Sarah FOX on (03) 55221506 or via email sarah.foxpolice.vic.gov.au. If you have a disability/medical condition and require a copy of this advertisement and attached documentation in an accessible format or would like to discuss an access requirements/reasonable adjustment for the recruitment process, please contact VPS Recruitment via email VPSRECRUITMENTpolice.vic.gov.au or on (03) 8335 8081. About Us: Victoria Police has a dedicated workforce of more than 22,000 employees consisting of police, protective services officers, police custody officers and public service staff. Each employee plays a vital role in providing the 24/7, 365 days a year emergency response and public safety capability the organisation delivers to its community. As a Victoria Police employee, you have a dedication and commitment to community safety. Having a workforce that reflects the community we serve is important to Victoria Police. We want to attract and retain people of all genders, ages, religions, disability, sexual orientation, family and caring responsibilities, and cultures including people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander heritage. If you are interested in a position, we encourage you to apply as we celebrate the benefit that diversity brings to our employees, our services and our community. Find out what it is like working as a Victorian Public Servant for Victoria Police: https://www.police.vic.gov.au • Sun, 09 JunVictorian Government
Project Officer » Perth CBD, Perth - Project Officer Position No: 225568 Level/Salary: Level 4, $87,712 - $92,057 p.a. (PSCSAA 2022) Work Type: Fixed Term - Full Time Branch: State Intelligence and Command Location: Perth Closing Date: 2024-06-20 4:00 PM This position is offered as a twelve (12) month contract/secondment opportunity with the possibility of extension. ABOUT US The Western Australia Police Force is responsible for policing the world's largest single police jurisdiction, covering 2.5 million square kilometres with over 150 police stations across the metropolitan and regional districts. The Agency provides essential services for the community by maintaining public order, preventing crimes, and responding to emergency situations. Are you interested in working in a dynamic environment at the forefront of technology? Supporting and developing a range of initiatives focused on keeping the community safe? Behind the front-line Police Officers of the WA Police Force is a dedicated Public Service supporting the agency's vision of providing an exceptional service for our Community. Working for the WA Police Force is a rewarding and fulfilling career where you can really help to make a difference. State Intelligence & Command Portfolio is the information and intelligence management arm of the WA Police Force, providing for the collection, collation, analysis and dissemination of information and intelligence to support frontline officers. Functions include Data Science & Analytics, Intelligence Services, Forensic Division, State Communications Division and State Operations & Command. ABOUT THE ROLE The State Intelligence & Command teams work with passion and integrity within a busy and fast paced environment. We collaborate, encourage, and support one another to be our best selves and to achieve the best outcomes for the frontline and the community. The Project Officer role coordinates and develops assigned project/s of a straightforward nature, or components of a larger more complex project, to meet project requirements and contribute to the achievement of project outcomes. If successful, you will have the privilege of being involved in a number of critical projects within the State Intelligence Portfolio. These critical projects will include: State Communications Enhancement: Your role would involve delivering projects that enhance its capabilities. This would include 000, 131 444 & developing decision making frameworks. Improving telephony systems. Enhancements to applications that support call taking. Forensics Modernisation: Forensics plays a crucial role in criminal investigations and legal proceedings. Your work would focus on delivering projects that enhance its capabilities to modernising forensic techniques and tools. Projects could include delivering advanced forensic software, improving evidence collection methods, and enhancing collaboration between forensic experts and law enforcement agencies. State Operations Command Centre (SOCC) Enhancement: The SOCC serves as the nerve centre for managing state operations, crisis response, and disaster management. Your role would involve delivering projects that enhance its capabilities. Projects might encompass enhancements to real-time monitoring systems, integrating data from various sources (such as surveillance cameras, sensors, and social media), and ensuring efficient coordination during emergencies. Data Science & Analytics Initiatives: Data science is pivotal for informed decision-making. You'd contribute to projects that leverage data analytics to enhance state services. Examples include predictive modelling for resource allocation and identifying patterns in crime data to improve law enforcement strategies. Intelligence Services Advancements: Intelligence services rely on cutting-edge technology and methodologies. Your work would directly involve delivering projects that enhance its capabilities that impact national security. ABOUT YOU Ideally, the successful candidate will have knowledge and/or experience in project delivery. This position will either lead a team through projects of low complexity or contribute to and monitor project progress and priorities to achieve project outcomes. In this role you will be liaising with managers at all levels so sound written and verbal communication skills are required along with the ability to build effective working relationships to deliver project outcomes. As there is a requirement to meet project deadlines strong organisation and research and evaluation skills are required. APPLICATION PROCESS Please ensure you complete, sign and scan the Integrity Check Consent Form (refer attached) and submit it along with your application (the Integrity Check Consent Form is not required for current WA Police Force employees). Applicants are not required to address the work related requirements at this stage of the selection process. Applicants are required to submit a comprehensive Curriculum Vitae (CV). Your CV should provide enough detail (dot points are sufficient) to allow the selection panel to assess your skills, experience and qualifications relevant to the Key Accountabilities of the attached Position Description Form. It is important to note that your CV should be tailored to clearly outline that you possess transferrable skills and experience relevant to the advertised role. Your ability to demonstrate this will be a key factor in determining whether you are competitive. The CV must also include the names and contact details of two (2) referees who can comment on the applicant's ability to satisfy all of the Essential Work Related Requirements. Applicants should nominate at least one immediate (most contemporary) supervisor/manager unless exceptional circumstances exist. We believe all our people are leaders irrespective of their role. We consider this as critical to our success and, to support this, we have adopted Leadership Expectations which provide a common understanding of the mindsets and expected behaviours required of all our employees and the public sector. The leadership context for this role is identified in the attached position description form. Please note: For applicants deemed suitable, all Essential Work Related Requirements listed in the Position Description Form will be assessed at some stage during the selection process. OTHER CONDITIONS Whilst this selection process will initially be used to fill the above vacancy, it may also be used to fill other similar vacancies throughout the metropolitan area. In addition to this, should the successful applicant decline or vacate the advertised position, then the panel may select another suitable applicant from this selection process. Both of these options remain valid for a period of twelve (12) months from the initial date of the appointment. Integrity and criminal checks will be conducted if the recommended applicant for a position is not a current WA Police Force employee. Any relocation costs associated with appointment to these positions may be the responsibility of the successful applicants. SUBSTANTIVE EQUALITY & WORK HEALTH & SAFETY (WHS) STATEMENT The WA Police Force is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages Aboriginal Australians, young people, people of diverse sexualities and genders, people with disability, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds and women to apply for positions within our agency. The Department also promotes flexible family friendly work practices. Throughout the recruitment process we provide reasonable adjustments to allow people with a disability to participate effectively. Reasonable adjustments can also be made available to assist you in the job, if you are successful in gaining employment. WHS is a vital component within the WA Police Force. Safety is a partnership between the employer and their employees and it relies on all of us working together to ensure that everyone is safe in their working environment, which enables them to go home safely. We incorporate safety in every part of our business and it is an integral part of the decision-making process. The WA Police Force has a duty of care to ensure employees are not adversely affected by alcohol or drugs in the workplace. The effect of alcohol or drugs can impact on the health and/or safety of the individual or others, and this behaviour is not aligned with the WA Police Force Code of Conduct. As a result, a testing regime has been established as an important way of providing assurance to the community that the expectations they hold for all members of the WA Police Force are being met. Regular testing of all employees for alcohol and drugs aims to ensure the health, welfare and safety of all personnel and promote community confidence in the WA Police Force. FOR FURTHER JOB RELATED INFORMATION Please contact Symone Revell on telephone number (08) 6319 4418 or 0429 701 992. SUBMITTING YOUR APPLICATION Applicants are requested to apply online. To apply online, you must have a valid email address and be ready to attach your comprehensive electronic resume, integrity check form (if required) and any additional attachments as requested in the "APPLICATION PROCESS" section of the advertisement. Please select the " • Sun, 09 JunWestern Australia Government
Program/Project Manager » Perth CBD, Perth - Program/Project Manager Position No: 225540 Level/Salary: Level 6, $110,309 - $121,569 p.a. (PSCSAA 2022) Work Type: Fixed Term - Full Time Branch: State Intelligence and Command Location: Perth Closing Date: 2024-06-20 4:00 PM This position is offered as a twelve (12) month contract/secondment opportunity with the possibility of extension. ABOUT US The Western Australia Police Force is responsible for policing the world's largest single police jurisdiction, covering 2.5 million square kilometres with over 150 police stations across the metropolitan and regional districts. The Agency provides essential services for the community by maintaining public order, preventing crimes, and responding to emergency situations. Are you interested in working in a dynamic environment at the forefront of technology? Supporting and developing a range of initiatives focused on keeping the community safe? Behind the front-line Police Officers of the WA Police Force is a dedicated Public Service supporting the agency's vision of providing an exceptional service for our Community. Working for the WA Police Force is a rewarding and fulfilling career where you can really help to make a difference. State Intelligence & Command Portfolio is the information and intelligence management arm of the WA Police Force, providing for the collection, collation, analysis and dissemination of information and intelligence to support frontline officers. Functions include Data Science & Analytics, Intelligence Services, Forensic Division, State Communications Division and State Operations & Command. ABOUT THE ROLE The State Intelligence & Command teams work with passion and integrity within a busy and fast paced environment. We collaborate, encourage, and support one another to be our best selves and to achieve the best outcomes for the frontline and the community. The Project Manager role provides a customer focussed project delivery service in conjunction with SME's to deliver on project outcomes. The position provides project leadership and management for the State Intelligence & Command teams, which includes directly managing project, cost and schedule activities and project resources. If successful, you will have the privilege of being involved in a number of critical projects within the State Intelligence Portfolio. These critical projects will include: State Communications Enhancement: Your role would involve delivering projects that enhance its capabilities. This would include 000, 131 444 & developing decision making frameworks. Improving telephony systems. Enhancements to applications that support call taking. Forensics Modernisation: Forensics plays a crucial role in criminal investigations and legal proceedings. Your work would focus on delivering projects that enhance its capabilities to modernising forensic techniques and tools. Projects could include delivering advanced forensic software, improving evidence collection methods, and enhancing collaboration between forensic experts and law enforcement agencies. State Operations Command Centre (SOCC) Enhancement: The SOCC serves as the nerve centre for managing state operations, crisis response, and disaster management. Your role would involve delivering projects that enhance its capabilities. Projects might encompass enhancements to real-time monitoring systems, integrating data from various sources (such as surveillance cameras, sensors, and social media), and ensuring efficient coordination during emergencies. Data Science & Analytics Initiatives: Data science is pivotal for informed decision-making. You'd contribute to projects that leverage data analytics to enhance state services. Examples include predictive modelling for resource allocation and identifying patterns in crime data to improve law enforcement strategies. Intelligence Services Advancements: Intelligence services rely on cutting-edge technology and methodologies. Your work would directly involve delivering projects that enhance its capabilities that impact national security. ABOUT YOU Ideally, the successful candidate will have knowledge of or experience in project management and delivery, governance and resource management and the ability to work independently at a senior level. In this role you will be liaising with managers at all levels so sound written and verbal communication skills are required along with the ability to build effective working relationships with a diverse group of stakeholders to deliver the best outcome for the portfolio. APPLICATION PROCESS Please ensure you complete, sign and scan the Integrity Check Consent Form (refer attached) and submit it along with your application (the Integrity Check Consent Form is not required for current WA Police Force employees). Applicants are not required to address the work related requirements at this stage of the selection process. Applicants are required to submit a comprehensive Curriculum Vitae (CV). Your CV should provide enough detail (dot points are sufficient) to allow the selection panel to assess your skills, experience and qualifications relevant to the Key Accountabilities of the attached Position Description Form. It is important to note that your CV should be tailored to clearly outline that you possess transferrable skills and experience relevant to the advertised role. Your ability to demonstrate this will be a key factor in determining whether you are competitive. The CV must also include the names and contact details of two (2) referees who can comment on the applicant's ability to satisfy all of the Essential Work Related Requirements. Applicants should nominate at least one immediate (most contemporary) supervisor/manager unless exceptional circumstances exist. We believe all our people are leaders irrespective of their role. We consider this as critical to our success and, to support this, we have adopted Leadership Expectations which provide a common understanding of the mindsets and expected behaviours required of all our employees and the public sector. The leadership context for this role is identified in the attached position description form. Please note: For applicants deemed suitable, all Essential Work Related Requirements listed in the Position Description Form will be assessed at some stage during the selection process. OTHER CONDITIONS Whilst this selection process will initially be used to fill the above vacancy, it may also be used to fill other similar vacancies throughout the metropolitan area. In addition to this, should the successful applicant decline or vacate the advertised position, then the panel may select another suitable applicant from this selection process. Both of these options remain valid for a period of twelve (12) months from the initial date of the appointment. Integrity and criminal checks will be conducted if the recommended applicant for a position is not a current WA Police Force employee. Any relocation costs associated with appointment to these positions may be the responsibility of the successful applicants. SUBSTANTIVE EQUALITY & WORK HEALTH & SAFETY (WHS) STATEMENT The WA Police Force is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages Aboriginal Australians, young people, people of diverse sexualities and genders, people with disability, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds and women to apply for positions within our agency. The Department also promotes flexible family friendly work practices. Throughout the recruitment process we provide reasonable adjustments to allow people with a disability to participate effectively. Reasonable adjustments can also be made available to assist you in the job, if you are successful in gaining employment. WHS is a vital component within the WA Police Force. Safety is a partnership between the employer and their employees and it relies on all of us working together to ensure that everyone is safe in their working environment, which enables them to go home safely. We incorporate safety in every part of our business and it is an integral part of the decision-making process. The WA Police Force has a duty of care to ensure employees are not adversely affected by alcohol or drugs in the workplace. The effect of alcohol or drugs can impact on the health and/or safety of the individual or others, and this behaviour is not aligned with the WA Police Force Code of Conduct. As a result, a testing regime has been established as an important way of providing assurance to the community that the expectations they hold for all members of the WA Police Force are being met. Regular testing of all employees for alcohol and drugs aims to ensure the health, welfare and safety of all personnel and promote community confidence in the WA Police Force. FOR FURTHER JOB RELATED INFORMATION Please contact Symone Revell on telephone number (08) 6319 4418 or 0429 701 992. SUBMITTING YOUR APPLICATION Applicants are requested to apply online. To apply online, you must have a valid email address and be ready to attach your comprehensive electronic resume, integrity check form (if required) and any additional attachments as requested in the "APPLICATION PROCESS" section of the advertisement. Please select the " • Sun, 09 JunWestern Australia Government
Senior Business Development Analyst » Perth CBD, Perth - Senior Business Development Analyst Position No: 225567 Level/Salary: Level 6, $110,309 - $121,569 p.a. (PSCSAA 2022) Work Type: Fixed Term - Full Time Branch: State Intelligence and Command Location: Perth Closing Date: 2024-06-20 4:00 PM This position is offered as a twelve (12) month contract/secondment opportunity with the possibility of extension. ABOUT US The Western Australia Police Force is responsible for policing the world's largest single police jurisdiction, covering 2.5 million square kilometres with over 150 police stations across the metropolitan and regional districts. The Agency provides essential services for the community by maintaining public order, preventing crimes, and responding to emergency situations. Are you interested in working in a dynamic environment at the forefront of technology? Supporting and developing a range of initiatives focused on keeping the community safe? Behind the front-line Police Officers of the WA Police Force is a dedicated Public Service supporting the agency's vision of providing an exceptional service for our Community. Working for the WA Police Force is a rewarding and fulfilling career where you can really help to make a difference. State Intelligence & Command Portfolio is the information and intelligence management arm of the WA Police Force, providing for the collection, collation, analysis and dissemination of information and intelligence to support frontline officers. Functions include Data Science & Analytics, Intelligence Services, Forensic Division, State Communications Division and State Operations & Command. ABOUT THE ROLE The State Intelligence & Command teams work with passion and integrity within a busy and fast paced environment. We collaborate, encourage, and support one another to be our best selves and to achieve the best outcomes for the frontline and the community. The Business Development Analyst role supports the development of concept proposals, business cases and resource requirements for the State Intelligence & Command projects. This includes facilitating stakeholder engagement and undertaking high-level investigation and analysis, with a particular focus on ensuring alignment to strategic objectives and achieving value for money outcomes. If successful, you will have the privilege of being involved in a number of critical projects within the State Intelligence Portfolio. These critical projects will include: State Communications Enhancement: Your role would involve delivering projects that enhance its capabilities. This would include 000, 131 444 & developing decision making frameworks. Improving telephony systems. Enhancements to applications that support call taking. Forensics Modernisation: Forensics plays a crucial role in criminal investigations and legal proceedings. Your work would focus on delivering projects that enhance its capabilities to modernising forensic techniques and tools. Projects could include delivering advanced forensic software, improving evidence collection methods, and enhancing collaboration between forensic experts and law enforcement agencies. State Operations Command Centre (SOCC) Enhancement: The SOCC serves as the nerve centre for managing state operations, crisis response, and disaster management. Your role would involve delivering projects that enhance its capabilities. Projects might encompass enhancements to real-time monitoring systems, integrating data from various sources (such as surveillance cameras, sensors, and social media), and ensuring efficient coordination during emergencies. Data Science & Analytics Initiatives: Data science is pivotal for informed decision-making. You'd contribute to projects that leverage data analytics to enhance state services. Examples include predictive modelling for resource allocation and identifying patterns in crime data to improve law enforcement strategies. Intelligence Services Advancements: Intelligence services rely on cutting-edge technology and methodologies. Your work would directly involve delivering projects that enhance its capabilities that impact national security. ABOUT YOU Ideally, the successful candidate will have knowledge of/or experience in project delivery, business management, business and financial analysis and the ability to work independently at a senior level. In this role you will be liaising with managers at all levels so sound written and verbal communication skills are required along with the ability to build effective working relationships with a diverse group of stakeholders to deliver the best outcome for the portfolio. APPLICATION PROCESS Please ensure you complete, sign and scan the Integrity Check Consent Form (refer attached) and submit it along with your application (the Integrity Check Consent Form is not required for current WA Police Force employees). Applicants are not required to address the work related requirements at this stage of the selection process. Applicants are required to submit a comprehensive Curriculum Vitae (CV). Your CV should provide enough detail (dot points are sufficient) to allow the selection panel to assess your skills, experience and qualifications relevant to the Key Accountabilities of the attached Position Description Form. It is important to note that your CV should be tailored to clearly outline that you possess transferrable skills and experience relevant to the advertised role. Your ability to demonstrate this will be a key factor in determining whether you are competitive. The CV must also include the names and contact details of two (2) referees who can comment on the applicant's ability to satisfy all of the Essential Work Related Requirements. Applicants should nominate at least one immediate (most contemporary) supervisor/manager unless exceptional circumstances exist. We believe all our people are leaders irrespective of their role. We consider this as critical to our success and, to support this, we have adopted Leadership Expectations which provide a common understanding of the mindsets and expected behaviours required of all our employees and the public sector. The leadership context for this role is identified in the attached position description form. Please note: For applicants deemed suitable, all Essential Work Related Requirements listed in the Position Description Form will be assessed at some stage during the selection process. OTHER CONDITIONS Whilst this selection process will initially be used to fill the above vacancy, it may also be used to fill other similar vacancies throughout the metropolitan area. In addition to this, should the successful applicant decline or vacate the advertised position, then the panel may select another suitable applicant from this selection process. Both of these options remain valid for a period of twelve (12) months from the initial date of the appointment. Integrity and criminal checks will be conducted if the recommended applicant for a position is not a current WA Police Force employee. Any relocation costs associated with appointment to these positions may be the responsibility of the successful applicants. SUBSTANTIVE EQUALITY & WORK HEALTH & SAFETY (WHS) STATEMENT The WA Police Force is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages Aboriginal Australians, young people, people of diverse sexualities and genders, people with disability, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds and women to apply for positions within our agency. The Department also promotes flexible family friendly work practices. Throughout the recruitment process we provide reasonable adjustments to allow people with a disability to participate effectively. Reasonable adjustments can also be made available to assist you in the job, if you are successful in gaining employment. WHS is a vital component within the WA Police Force. Safety is a partnership between the employer and their employees and it relies on all of us working together to ensure that everyone is safe in their working environment, which enables them to go home safely. We incorporate safety in every part of our business and it is an integral part of the decision-making process. The WA Police Force has a duty of care to ensure employees are not adversely affected by alcohol or drugs in the workplace. The effect of alcohol or drugs can impact on the health and/or safety of the individual or others, and this behaviour is not aligned with the WA Police Force Code of Conduct. As a result, a testing regime has been established as an important way of providing assurance to the community that the expectations they hold for all members of the WA Police Force are being met. Regular testing of all employees for alcohol and drugs aims to ensure the health, welfare and safety of all personnel and promote community confidence in the WA Police Force. FOR FURTHER JOB RELATED INFORMATION Please contact Symone Revell on telephone number (08) 6319 4418 or 0429 701 992. SUBMITTING YOUR APPLICATION Applicants are requested to apply online. To apply online, you must have a valid email address and be ready to attach your comprehensive electronic resume, integrity check form (if required) and any additional attachments as requested in the "APPLICATION PROCESS" section of the advertisement. Please select the " • Sun, 09 JunWestern Australia Government

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Business Analyst (Property) » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - About the role: The Facilities Division plans, builds and maintains Victoria Police facilities throughout Victoria. The portfolio consists of over 700, owned, leased and licenced sites consisting of a diverse range of assets including Police Stations, residences, forensic facilities, warehouse and logistics facilities, and office space. The Planning Unit engages with executive and operational level stakeholders within Victoria Police to understand service delivery transformation and how this can be forwarded through changes to the current real estate or facilities model. They carry out horizon scanning to identify new property or service trends and review how this may impact future organisational real estate needs, as well as how that integrates with the multi-year investment strategy and pipeline. Reporting directly to the Program Manager, the Business Analyst is a key member of the team having direct input into investment priority feasibility assessments, business case development and site acquisition and will have a pivotal role in strategic decision-making process. This is a fixed term contract position expiring on 31 January 2026. Victoria Police is a contemporary and agile workplace and supports flexible working arrangements. Your duties will include: Review, research and analyse business requirements for relevant systems and make recommendations to improve efficiencies. Enhance and improve knowledge management. Support in in the configuration, testing and documentation of new functionality and revised practices and the development of training materials. Liaise with and develop good working relationships with potential internal and external stakeholder in order to improve the property business process and information flow analysis capability. Assist in the ongoing update and management of Victoria Police property business processes. Manage and continuously evolve existing processes for research and analysis efficiency. Utilise technology for data gathering, processing, and reporting. Contribute to projects relating to Victoria Police's property initiatives and strategies. Assist the Planning Unit in the development of a 30 Year Strategic Infrastructure Master planning project As the successful applicant, you will have: Qualification related to urban development, town planning, property, urban design, architecture or equivalent. Relevant experience contributing to complex business analysis, recommendations and strategic advice. Excellent interpersonal skills including written, and verbal communication skills. Experience in using various analytical tools (e.g. Power BI, ArcGIS, Excel). Previous experience in property or related fields highly regarded. A strong commitment to Operational Infrastructure Department's strategy goals - supporting our people and embracing customer centricity, innovation and collaboration in our delivery of services. Requirements and relevant information: One (1) x full-time, Fixed Term position to 31/01/2026 available (maternity backfill). This position is located at Victoria Police Centre, 311 Spencer Street, Docklands. Flexible working arrangement – 3 days in office and 2 days working from home. A probation period of six months is applicable for external applications (existing Victoria Police employees who have already passed probation period do not subject to this requirement). Applicants must be an Australian Citizen, Permanent Resident or hold a valid work permit or visa. The successful applicant will be required to undergo pre-employment checks which may include fingerprint checks and misconduct screening. Your application must include: Resume Completed application form – the word document (2. Application form) for you to complete and attach to your submission, is attached to the job advertisement. Applications close midnight, 23 June 2024. Please Note: All applications will need to be submitted through one of the following platforms; Jobs and Skills Exchange (JSE) website, Victorian Government careers website (Careers.vic) or Seek. Applications will not be accepted via other platforms or email. Current Victorian Government employees must apply via Jobs and Skills Exchange (JSE). For further information, please contact: Janet Weston on (03) 8335 5745, 0459 862 063 or janet.westonpolice.vic.gov.au. If you have a disability/medical condition and require a copy of this advertisement and attached documentation in an accessible format or would like to discuss an access requirements/reasonable adjustment for the recruitment process, please contact VPS Recruitment via email VPSRECRUITMENTpolice.vic.gov.au or on (03) 8335 8081. About Us: Victoria Police has a dedicated workforce of more than 22,000 employees consisting of police, protective services officers, police custody officers, and public service staff. Each employee plays a vital role in providing the 24/7, 365 days a year emergency response and public safety capability the organisation delivers to its community. As a Victoria Police employee, you have a dedication and commitment to community safety. Having a workforce that reflects the community we serve is important to Victoria Police. We want to attract and retain people of all genders, ages, religions, disability, sexual orientation, family and caring responsibilities, and cultures including people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander heritage. If you are interested in a position, we encourage you to apply as we celebrate the benefit that diversity brings to our employees, our services, and our community. Find out what it is like working as a Victorian Public Servant for Victoria Police: https://www.police.vic.gov.au/vps • Sat, 08 JunVictorian Government
Injury Management Consultant » Warrnambool, Warrnambool Region - About the role: An opportunity for one (1) x Injury Management Consultant to be part of our Health and Wellbeing Hub for the Western Region, located in Warrnambool. The Health and Wellbeing Hub is the single most significant investment in the health, safety, and wellbeing of Victoria Police employees to prevent and respond to work related injuries. Six multi-disciplinary teams are being established, based in hubs across the state, with a focus on enhancing employee's mental health, injury prevention, early intervention, and recovery and return to work support. This newly created team offers an exciting opportunity to support Victoria Police employees. You will work on the ground in our Police Stations, travelling across the division as required to meet our people where they are located to deliver case management and return to work support in person. The Injury Management Consultant will provide early and ongoing case management to a regional portfolio of workers compensation claims, supporting ill and injured employees with an emphasis on mental health and wellbeing related claims. The position will work within a multi-disciplinary team, focusing on early intervention and returning injured workers to work. Reporting to the Injury Management Team Leader, the incumbent will work closely and collaboratively with key stakeholders, including injured employees, their treatment providers, our WorkSafe insurance agent, and internal managers and leadership, to achieve safe and sustainable remain at work or early return to work outcomes while ensuring best practice in claims management and return to work practise. Victoria Police is a contemporary and agile workplace and supports flexible working arrangements. Your duties will include: Support employees through the recovery journey, focusing on the injured workers' needs and keeping mental health and wellbeing at the forefront of your work. Liaise with internal and external stakeholders to ensure the well-being of ill/injured members is the central focus of their rehabilitation and return-to-work planning. Support employees to navigate the claims process, ensuring employees are accessing appropriate treatment and negotiating return to work arrangements. Provide professional and expert support, supporting the coordination of the rehabilitation and recovery of the employee with a focus on early return to work outcomes. Work collaboratively in a multidisciplinary team of health, safety and wellbeing professionals and providing injury management and workers compensation expertise to the team. Provide ongoing case management, monitoring recovery and capacity to return to work including facilitating return to work planning, treater negotiation and communication with Victoria Police's Workers Compensation insurer. Identify claims at risk of developing secondary psychological injuries and implement appropriate measures to support injured workers with mental health concerns back to full functional capacity. Facilitate pro-active early intervention and prevention strategies as well as contributing to the upskilling of local managers to help influence/enhance stay at work outcomes. Provide advice and guidance to managers to ensure Victoria Police and employees meet return to work obligations in accordance with the Workplace Injury Rehabilitation and Compensation Act 2013. As the successful applicant, you will have: Proven track record in effectively managing workplace injury claims and crafting return to work strategies, either through direct experience or transferable skills. Expertise in handling complex mental injuries would be a significant asset. Exceptional communication, negotiation, and influencing abilities, coupled with an ability to foster relationships and interact with diverse stakeholders. Exceptional interpersonal skills, with a track record of establishing and maintaining productive working relationships in a multi-disciplinary team environment. Qualifications in Allied Health or related discipline is desirable, but not mandatory. Previous experience in injury management, vocational rehabilitation, case management, or client relationships is also beneficial. What we can offer you: As an employee of Victoria Police, you will have access to a range of benefits. Some of the benefits available include: Competitive salary including annual leave loading under the Victorian Public Service Enterprise Agreement Generous leave entitlements including paid parental leave Opportunity to purchase leave Flexible working arrangements Employee Assistance Program and a range of internal services to support you Salary packaging options via superannuation contributions or a novated vehicle lease Requirements and relevant information: One (1) x full-time, ongoing position available. This position is located at Warrnambool Police Station, 214 Koroit St, Warrnambool. This position requires regular travel, applicants must hold a current Driver's Licence. Applicants must be an Australian Citizen, Permanent Resident or hold a valid work permit or visa. The successful applicant will be required to undergo pre-employment checks which may include fingerprint checks and misconduct screening. Your application must include: Resume Completed application form – the word document (2. Application form) for you to complete and attach to your submission, is attached to the job advertisement. Applications close midnight, Sunday 23 June 2024. Please Note: All applications will need to be submitted through one of the following platforms: Jobs and Skills Exchange (JSE) website, Victorian Government careers website (Careers.vic) or Seek. Applications will not be accepted via other platforms or email. Current Victorian Government employees must apply via Jobs and Skills Exchange (JSE). For further information, please contact Kim Dunne, Injury Management Lead on 0476 790 368 or kim.dunnepolice.vic.gov.au If you have a disability/medical condition and require a copy of this advertisement and attached documentation in an accessible format or would like to discuss an access requirements/reasonable adjustment for the recruitment process, please contact VPS Recruitment via email VPSRECRUITMENTpolice.vic.gov.au or on (03) 8533 1440. About Us: Victoria Police has a dedicated workforce of more than 22,000 employees consisting of police, protective services officers, police custody officers, and public service staff. Each employee plays a vital role in providing the 24/7, 365 days a year emergency response and public safety capability the organisation delivers to its community. As a Victoria Police employee, you have a dedication and commitment to community safety. Having a workforce that reflects the community we serve is important to Victoria Police. We want to attract and retain people of all genders, ages, religions, disability, sexual orientation, family and caring responsibilities, and cultures including people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander heritage. If you are interested in a position, we encourage you to apply as we celebrate the benefit that diversity brings to our employees, our services, and our community. Find out what it is like working as a Victorian Public Servant for Victoria Police: https://www.police.vic.gov.au/vps • Sat, 08 JunVictorian Government
Finance Officer » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - An exciting opportunity exists to join the Queensland Police Service as Finance Officer, Financial Operations and Policy, Finance Division. In this role you'll provide support and advice to frontline officers and staff in relation to corporate card policies, procedures, compliance and governance. Additionally, you'll provide financial and business advice to management and staff on QPS policies, practices and procedures. If you're looking for your next opportunity and have a drive for positive customer service and outcomes, we'd love to hear from you. The core capability requirements for this role are: - Perform and supervise financial operations functions, including corporate card administration, compliance and governance- Provide financial and business advice to management and staff on public sector, and QPS policies, practices and procedures- Research and prepare high-quality correspondence and reports to internal and external clients- Work under limited supervision using a high level of initiative to support vendors, clients and stakeholders- Routinely prioritise competing demands in order to meet business and performance timeframes- Monitor, review, improve and implement administrative systems and procedures. Applications to remain current for 12 months. Job Ad Reference: QLD/570359/24 Closing Date: Friday, 21st June 2024 • Sat, 08 JunQueensland Government
Police Liaison Officer / Senior Police Liaison Officer (First Nations) » Toowoomba Region, Queensland - Targeted Vacancy This is an identified position. It is a genuine occupational requirement that an Identified position be filled by a First Nations person as permitted by and arguable under Section 25, 104 and 105 of the Queensland Anti-Discrimination Act (1991). Are you the right person for the job? The below are questions that you should ask yourself if thinking about applying to be a Police Liaison Officer: Are you an effective communicator? Are you able to advise Police officers on cultural beliefs, needs and protocols of the community in which they work? Do you have the ability to establish and maintain communication between community and police? Do you have the ability to work as part of a team but also be an independent leader? If successful you will become a member of the Queensland Police Service and you will enjoy a variety of benefits, including: Employment Security Competitive salary generous superannuation and leave loading A diverse working culture Flexible working arrangements Career training and development Your Key Accountabilities: As a First Nations Police Liaison Officer, you will assist in developing trust and understanding, between members of the Queensland Police Service and wider community, with particular focus to local First Nations communities. We value diversity and are actively seeking candidates with varied backgrounds who can think differently and innovate. In choosing the right person for this role we will consider what you have done previously - the knowledge, skills and experience you've built, your potential for development, and your personal qualities. The core capabilities for this role are: Contribute to organisational understanding of First Nations cultures. Assist police officers to communicate effectively with cultural appropriateness to members of the local community by providing advice on First Nations customs and protocols. Work with QPS members to identify opportunities to strengthen community engagement and the development of QPS crime prevention and early intervention strategies, that are culturally appropriate. Assist First Nations community members to access policing services and provide advice to QPS members on referral to other community services where necessary. Positively and proactively engage with First Nations Community Groups including other multicultural and multifaith community groups to identify and build community based and community led programs and initiatives. Identify and link key stakeholders across police, community and government agencies in support of community based/ community led programs and/ or initiatives to improve community safety. Role Requirements: Mandatory: This is an identified position. It is a genuine occupational requirement that an Identified position be filled by a First Nations person as permitted by and arguable under Section 25, 104 and 105 of the Queensland Anti-Discrimination Act (1991). Other: This position involves driving of QPS vehicles. The occupant of this position is required to hold a Queensland 'C' class driver's licence or have the ability to acquire a driver's licence. This position requires wearing a Police Liaison Officer uniform and adherence to the QPS Code of Dress and Appearance. This position requires working to a set roster and may also involve weekend work and shift work to attend local festivals,and forums and to meet the policing needs of the local area - Shift penalties and overtime may apply. There are two permanent full-time positions available. For further information on Police Liaison Officers, please click on the below link: https://www.police.qld.gov.au/careers-with-the-qps/police-liaison-officers Please refer to the Applicant Guide on how to apply. Applications to remain current for 12 months. • Sat, 08 JunQueensland Government
Senior Legal Officer » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Job details Position status Fixed Term Temporary Position type Full-time Occupational group Justice & Legal Classification PO5 Workplace Location Brisbane Inner City Job ad reference QLD/569529/24 Closing date 26-Jun-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration 6 months with possibility of extension Contact person Denise Darwen Contact details Phone: 3015 2539 Access the National Relay Service You will assist in the development and delivery of specialist training programs, and supervise and mentor a small team of legal officers within the Crime and Intelligence Legal Services. The core capability requirements for this role are: Act as a specialist legal practitioner to provide legal advice and assistance to investigators and officers of other disciplines in relation to complex aspects of criminal investigations, police powers, the management and disruption of reportable offenders and response to major incidents. Provide oral and/or written briefings as required on complex aspects of criminal law, evidence, administrative law, statutory interpretation, policy, procedures, risk management and other operational law enforcement initiatives affecting or likely to affect the Queensland Police Service. Undertake the functions of drafting warrants and settling complex affidavits and applications and appearing on behalf of police officers and the Queensland Police Service in relation to more complex applications, principally for covert warrants. Appear and provide assistance in an advisory capacity at court/tribunal hearings as required. Liaise with relevant internal Queensland Police Service units and external agencies including the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions and other government and law enforcement agencies. Provide high quality confidential advice, on short notice, to senior officers and members of the Senior Executive on complicated and sensitive operational legal matters. Assist in the development and delivery of specialist training programs and projects. Supervise and mentor legal officers within the Crime and Intelligence Legal Unit as required by the Manager, Crime and Intelligence Legal Unit. Role Requirements Mandatory: Admission, or eligibility for immediate admission, as a barrister or solicitor of the Supreme Court of Queensland and enrolment, or eligibility for enrolment, to practice in the Federal and High Courts of Australia. Applicants must be able to obtain and maintain a security clearance to the minimal level of Negative Vetting Level 1. (see Other Information). Qualification: Possession of a degree in law from a recognised tertiary institution or equivalent qualifications. Other: The successful applicant/s will be required to undergo psychometric assessment, prior to appointment. Applicants are advised that whilst performing the duties of the position they may be exposed to material (written, visual and audio) of a graphic and sensitive nature. The successful applicant/s will be required to perform duty in locations as directed by Legal Division. Applications to remain current for 12 months. Further information We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity. Please ensure you download all attachments and follow the instructions on how to apply. Documents Before applying for this vacancy please ensure you read the documents below. 569529-24-Applicant Guide non-Police - August 2023 (Word, 227KB) 569529-24-Role Profile (Word, 5.47MB) • Sat, 08 JunQueensland Government
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Police Liaison Officer / Senior Police Liaison Officer (First Nations) » Queensland - between culturally specific communities and the QPS. The role of the Police Liaison Officer is to promote trust and understanding... below are questions that you should ask yourself if thinking about applying to be a Police Liaison Officer: Are you an effective... • Fri, 07 JunQueensland Government
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Principal Legal Policy Officer (VPS6.1) » Melbourne, VIC - . About the role Reporting to the Manager, Legal Policy and Legislation, the Principal Legal Policy Officer delivers innovative... include national police checks and misconduct screening. If you require adjustments to the recruitment and selection process... • Fri, 07 JunState Government of Victoria$130673 - 174869 per year
Police Auxiliary Officer (Custody Support Officer) » Geraldton, WA - Kalgoorlie, WA - : Custodial Services Location: Geraldton and Kalgoorlie Closing Date: 2024-07-05 4:00 PM POLICE AUXILIARY OFFICER (CUSTODY... SUPPORT OFFICER) This is a pool process - There are currently 3 permanent vacancies throughout regional Western Australia... • Fri, 07 JunGovernment of Western Australia$80996 - 86827 per year
Police/ Senior Police Liaison Officer (First Nations) » North West Area, Cairns Region - TARGETED VACANCY - This is an identified position. It is a genuine occupational requirement that an Identified position be filled by a First Nations person as permitted by and arguable under Section 25, 104 and 105 of the Queensland Anti-Discrimination Act (1991). A description of the duties and key capabilities for this role are: - As a First Nations Police Liaison Officer, you will assist in developing trust and understanding, between members of the Queensland Police Service and wider community, with particular focus to local First Nations communities.- We value diversity and are actively seeking candidates with varied backgrounds who can think differently and innovate.- In choosing the right person for this role we will consider what you have done previously - the knowledge, skills and experience you've built, your potential for development, and your personal qualities. The core capability requirements for this role are: - Contribute to organisational understanding of First Nations cultures.- Assist police officers to communicate effectively with cultural appropriateness to members of the local community by providing advice on First Nations customs and protocols.- Work with QPS members to identify opportunities to strengthen community engagement and the development of QPS crime prevention and early intervention strategies, that are culturally appropriate.- Assist First Nations community members to access policing services and provide advice to QPS members on referral to other community services where necessary.- Positively and proactively engage with First Nations Community Groups including other multicultural and multifaith community groups to identify and build community based and community led programs and initiatives.- Identify and link key stakeholders across police, community and government agencies in support of community based/ community led programs and/ or initiatives to improve community safety. Role Requirements - This is an identified position. It is a genuine occupational requirement that an Identified position be filled by a First Nations person as permitted by and arguable under Section 25, 104 and 105 of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1991 (Qld).- This position involves driving of QPS vehicles. The occupant of this position is required to hold a Queensland 'C' class driver's licence or have the ability to acquire a driver's licence.- This position requires wearing a Police Liaison Officer uniform and adherence to the QPS Code of Dress and Appearance.- This position requires working to a set roster and may also involve weekend work and shift work to attend local festivals, and forums and to meet the policing needs of he local area - Shift penalties and overtime may apply. Applications to remain current for 12 months. • Fri, 07 JunQueensland Government
Police Liaison Officer/Senior Police Liaison Officer (First Nations) » Darling Downs, Toowoomba Region - TARGETED VACANCY - This is an identified position. It is a genuine occupational requirement that an Identified position be filled by a First Nations person as permitted by and arguable under Section 25, 104 and 105 of the Queensland Anti-Discrimination Act (1991). Your key accountabilities As a First Nations Police Liaison Officer, you will assist in developing trust and understanding, between members of the Queensland Police Service and wider community, with particular focus to local First Nations communities. We value diversity and are actively seeking candidates with varied backgrounds who can think differently and innovate. In choosing the right person for this role we will consider what you have done previously - the knowledge, skills and experience you've built, your potential for development, and your personal qualities. The core capability requirements for this role are: - Contribute to organisational understanding of First Nations cultures.- Assist police officers to communicate effectively with cultural appropriateness to members of the local community by providing advice on First Nations customs and protocols.- Work with QPS members to identify opportunities to strengthen community engagement and the development of QPS crime prevention and early intervention strategies, that are culturally appropriate.- Assist First Nations community members to access policing services and provide advice to QPS members on referral to other community services where necessary.- Positively and proactively engage with First Nations Community Groups including other multicultural and multifaith community groups to identify and build community based and community led programs and initiatives.- Identify and link key stakeholders across police, community and government agencies in support of community based/ community led programs and/ or initiatives to improve community safety. Role Requirements - Mandatory: -This is an identified position. It is a genuine occupational requirement that an Identified position be filled by a First Nations person as permitted by and arguable under Section 25, 104 and 105 of the Queensland Anti-Discrimination Act (1991).- Other:-This position involves driving of QPS vehicles. The occupant of this position is required to hold a Queensland 'C' class driver's licence or have the ability to acquire a driver's licence.-This position requires wearing a Police Liaison Officer uniform and adherence to the QPS Code of Dress and Appearance. This position requires working to a set roster and may also involve weekend work and shift work to attend local festivals, and forums and to meet the policing needs of the local area- Shift penalties and overtime may apply.-There are two permanent full-time positions available. Applications to remain current for 12 months. • Fri, 07 JunQueensland Government
Police Liaison Officer (First Nations) » Cairns Region, Queensland - TARGETED VACANCY - This is an identified position. It is a genuine occupational requirement that an Identified position be filled by a First Nations person as permitted by and arguable under Section 25, 104 and 105 of the Queensland Anti-Discrimination Act (1991). The core capability requirements for this role are: - Assist Police Officers to communicate effectively with members of the local community by providing advice on local Aboriginal and Torres Strait customs and protocols- Providing guidance to relevant stakeholders to be aware of the need to balance cultural, policing, QPCYWA, and community needs.- Assist the Community to access policing and PCYC services, providing assistance on referral to other community services where necessary.- Assist in the delivery and development of a broad range of activities in a safe environment to meet the needs of in the Community, (with an emphasis on young people).- Assist in the development and implementation of crime prevention/youth/community development programs to promote community engagement through PCYC Programs.- Maintain contact with community leaders by participating in meetings, forums, events and festivals, collaborating to ensure input of community concerns in policing issues.- Communicate sensitively with members of the Community to prevent offensive behaviour, violence, unrest and potential crime. Role Requirements - Special Conditions:-This is an identified position. It is a genuine occupational requirement that an Identified position be filled by a First Nations Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander person as permitted by and arguable under Section 25, 104 and 105 of the Queensland Anti Discrimination Act (1991).-One of the referees should be an Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander person who can attest to the applicant's background, knowledge, skills and experience as they relate to the cultural capabilities.-This position involves driving of police vehicles. The occupant of this position is required to hold a Queensland 'C' class driver's licence or have the ability to acquire a driver's licence.-To perform this position effectively you must agree to wear the Police Liaison Officer Uniform appropriately and work to a set roster.-The position may involve weekend work and shift work to attend local festivals, and forums and to meet the policing needs of the local area.-Shift penalties and overtime may apply.-The interview process may involve a written exercise.-Successful applicants will be required to successfully complete the first available Police-Liaison Officer Initial Employment Training program. This training program is run at the Queensland Police Service Academy, Oxley. Meals, accommodation and travel will be paid for by the Service, but participants must be available to leave their local area for 2 weeks to complete the training Applications to remain current for 12 months. • Fri, 07 JunQueensland Government
Administration Support Officer » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - About the role: An exciting opportunity exists within the Victoria Police Fleet Branch for two (2) Administration Support Officers to support fleet vehicle equipment fitting and decommissioning. The Victoria Police Fleet consists of approximately 3500 vehicles and is expended to increase over coming years. The Administration Support Officer will assist the Fit-Up Team Lead to ensure performance at an excellent standard for the fit-up and decommissioning of Victoria Police vehicles, with strict adherence to procedures, ensuring work is completed in a timely manner within quality control guidelines. The Administration Support Officer will regularly liaise with internal Victoria Police stakeholders and external contractors to oversee the day-to-day operations of the Fitting and Decommissioning contract with AutoNexus. The ideal candidate will demonstrate customer centricity, collaboration in a team environment, with excellent written and oral communication skills when working with a diverse range of stakeholders within Victoria Police and the wider Victoria Government. You will contribute to the continuous improvement of the Fleet Branch. Victoria Police is a contemporary and agile workplace and supports flexible working arrangements. Your duties will include: Generate vehicle fit-out, repairs and decommissioning work orders for the main contractor. Provide advice and reports on policy and issues relevant to vehicle fit ups and de-commissioning. Monitor the services provided by the external contractor engaged to fit/remove/repair equipment in police vehicles (Quality Control). Undertake basic research and investigations to improve the vehicle fit ups. Be a part of a small team within the Fleet Quality Unit. As the successful applicant, you will have: A knowledge and passion for motor vehicles with a certificate in the automotive trades is desirable. Possess a current Victorian Driver's Licence and hold or qualify for a Victoria Police White Class driver authority within three months if successful. Proficient with basic computer software (e.g. Microsoft Office Suite including Word, Outlook and Excel). Experience working within the automotive trades industry is desirable. A strong commitment to Operational Infrastructure Department's strategy goals - supporting our people and embracing customer centricity, innovation and collaboration in our delivery of services. Requirements and relevant information: Two (2) full-time, ongoing positions available. Your usual place of work will be within the Fleet Branch at 20 Dawson Street, Brunswick, however you may be required to work at any other division within the department as required. A start time (7:00am) is preferred. The successful applicant will be required to undergo pre-employment checks which may include fingerprint checks and misconduct screening. Your application must include: Resume Completed application form – the word document (2. Application form) for you to complete and attach to your submission, is attached to the job advertisement. Applications close midnight, 20 June 2024 Please Note: All applications will need to be submitted through one of the following platforms; Jobs and Skills Exchange (JSE) website, Victorian Government careers website (Careers.vic) or Seek. Applications will not be accepted via other platforms or email. Current Victorian Government employees must apply via Jobs and Skills Exchange (JSE). For further information, please contact: Sebastiano ASTA - Sebastiano.Astapolice.vic.gov.au We welcome applications from people with disability. If you have a disability/medical condition and require a copy of this advertisement and attached documentation in an accessible format or would like to discuss an access requirement/reasonable adjustment for the recruitment process, please contact VPS Recruitment via email VPSRECRUITMENTpolice.vic.gov.au or on (03) 8335 8082. About Us: Victoria Police has a dedicated workforce of more than 22,000 employees consisting of police, protective services officers, police custody officers, and public service staff. Each employee plays a vital role in providing the 24/7, 365 days a year emergency response and public safety capability the organisation delivers to its community. As a Victoria Police employee, you have a dedication and commitment to community safety. Having a workforce that reflects the community we serve is important to Victoria Police. We want to attract and retain people of all genders, ages, religions, disability, sexual orientation, family and caring responsibilities, and cultures including people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander heritage. If you are interested in a position, we encourage you to apply as we celebrate the benefit that diversity brings to our employees, our services, and our community. Find out what it is like working as a Victorian Public Servant for Victoria Police: https://www.police.vic.gov.au/vps • Thu, 06 JunVictorian Government
Senior Medical Advisor » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - About the role: The Victoria Police Custodial Health Service provides health care to people in police custody across Victoria and health advice to police officers and custody officers who have a person in their care or custody. Senior Medical Advisors perform a critical role within the Custodial Service, providing a daily medical service to detainees at the Melbourne Custody Centre and a visiting and remote medical service to other Victoria Police facilities. Working within a multidisciplinary team including Nurse Practitioners, nurses and pharmacists, Senior Medical Advisors provide leadership in patient care and management. Victoria Police is a contemporary and agile workplace and supports flexible working arrangements. Your duties will include: Providing medical care to persons in police custody Provide clinical leadership in a multidisciplinary team regarding patient management Contribute to quality improvement including regular review of policies and procedures and engagement within and external to Victoria Police As the successful applicant, you will have: Excellent clinical skills and experience relevant to primary care Excellent interpersonal and communication skills Full AHPRA registration A valid driver's licence Experience in the care of people with Alcohol and other dug problems, emergency medicine or primary health care Requirements and relevant information: 1.0 Full time equivalent (FTE) ongoing position available. Salary range is $270,000 to $280,000 p.a. super Full time and part time applications will be considered. If the position/s is part time, the salary plus superannuation will be pro rata This position is located at the Melbourne Custody Centre, 520 Lonsdale St, Melbourne. This position requires shift work as indicated in the Position Description (as attached to the advertisement). Applicants must be an Australian Citizen, Permanent Resident or hold a valid work permit or visa. The successful applicant will be required to undergo pre-employment checks which may include fingerprint checks and misconduct screening. Your application must include: Resume Completed application form – the word document (2. Application form) for you to complete and attach to your submission, is attached to the job advertisement. Applications close midnight, 26 June 2024. Please Note: All applications will need to be submitted through one of the following platforms; Jobs and Skills Exchange (JSE) website, Victorian Government careers website (Careers.vic) or Seek. Applications will not be accepted via other platforms or email. Current Victorian Government employees must apply via Jobs and Skills Exchange (JSE). For further information, please contact: Dr Foti Blaher on 0428998853 or foti.blaherpolice.vic.gov.au. We welcome applications from people with disability and aim to support an inclusive recruitment experience. If you require a copy of this advertisement and attached documentation in an accessible format or would like to discuss an access requirement/reasonable adjustment for the recruitment process, please contact VPS Recruitment via email VPSRECRUITMENTpolice.vic.gov.au or on (03) 8335 8082. About Us: Victoria Police has a dedicated workforce of more than 22,000 employees consisting of police, protective services officers, police custody officers, and public service staff. Each employee plays a vital role in providing the 24/7, 365 days a year emergency response and public safety capability the organisation delivers to its community. As a Victoria Police employee, you have a dedication and commitment to community safety. Having a workforce that reflects the community we serve is important to Victoria Police. We want to attract and retain people of all genders, ages, religions, disability, sexual orientation, family and caring responsibilities, and cultures including people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander heritage. If you are interested in a position, we encourage you to apply as we celebrate the benefit that diversity brings to our employees, our services, and our community. Find out what it is like working as a Victorian Public Servant for Victoria Police: https://www.police.vic.gov.au/vps • Thu, 06 JunVictorian Government
Senior Systems Engineer (End User Computing) » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - About the role: Are you ready to shape the digital future of Victoria Police? Do you want to help your community? Victoria Police's Information, Communications, and Digital Technology Division is creating high-performance teams that will deliver technology solutions to our organisation's more than 22,000 people state-wide. As a Senior Systems Engineer, you will be part of the Modern Workplace team providing better products and services to enable mobility and flexibility for our members to work from anywhere and anytime. Your role will involve modernizing the end-to-end lifecycle of applications and services that are critical to the organisation's success. You will leverage your technical experience in End User Computing (EUC) to provide third-level support across desktop and endpoint computing hardware and software environments. You will work with Microsoft's Modern Management suite, including Endpoint Manager, Intune, Autopilot, and Desktop Analytics, to ensure that the organisation's applications and services are up-to-date, secure, and optimized for performance. Your responsibilities will include modernising SOE Image and Application Packaging services, solutions, and supporting project work using Intune, SCCM, MSI, MSIX, APP-V MDT, and other tools. You will also leverage best practices to deliver efficient end-user services and advanced desktop support issues. Your strong skills in desktop optimisation, endpoint management, and asset lifecycle management will be critical to ensuring that the organization's applications and services are always available, secure, and optimized for performance. Benefits: You will be part of a supportive and progressive team that supports and enables career development. Victoria Police is a contemporary and agile workplace and supports flexible working arrangements. Work in a complex, dynamic, challenging digital environment, delivering technology solutions to keep your community safe. Your duties will include: Lead planning and coordination of complex application packaging and deployments using modern application delivery such as MSIX and App-V Manage and maintain lifecycle of Windows SOE and Applications Create and maintain a contemporary Modern Workplace environment to enable and improve end user experience Create, maintain, and optimise Group policies for desktop and VDI environments Plan and facilitate patching for security and version releases Maintain, lifecycle and optimisation of our end user assets, endpoints and mobile device management systems, operating system images (SOE/MOE), configuration items Maintain an accurate catalogue of End User Computing components Provide 3rd level application and system support Manage and maintain the Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager (MECM/SCCM) and Intune environment As the successful applicant, you will have: Demonstrated experience with strong technical capability in End User Computing Demonstrated experience with Microsoft platforms to design, build, and configure Demonstrated experience in creating and maintaining solution design and as-built documents Integration experience with Microsoft AD, Group Policy Management and security models to configure application interaction and application control Demonstrated experience with SCCM/Config Manager, Microsoft Intune, Autopilot Client and application virtualisation technologies and PowerShell scripting Experience in SCCM, SOE development, Application Packaging and Deployment and Modern Desktop and Application management Extensive experience supporting a Windows desktop enterprise environment Experience managing MacOS with JAMF Pro is desirable Well-developed interpersonal and communication skills at all levels Demonstrated ability to engineer technical solutions and drive internal technical change Strong focus on delivering exceptional customer service Microsoft and ITIL certifications are highly regarded Requirements and relevant information: One (1) x full-time, ongoing position available. This position is located at Victoria Police Centre, 311 Spencer Street, Docklands. The successful applicant will be required to undergo National Security Vetting, achieve and maintain a security classification as determined by the Department Head. To achieve this, applicants must be an Australian Citizen. The successful applicant will be required to undergo pre-employment checks which may include fingerprint checks and misconduct screening. Your application must include: Resume Completed application form – the word document (2. Application Form) for you to complete and attach to your submission, is attached to the job advertisement. Applications close midnight, Monday 1 July 2024. Please Note: All applications will need to be submitted through one of the following platforms: Jobs and Skills Exchange (JSE) website, Victorian Government careers website (Careers.vic) or Seek. Applications will not be accepted via other platforms or email. Current Victorian Government employees must apply via Jobs and Skills Exchange (JSE). For further information, please contact: Nitin Butaney on (03) 8533 1360 or Nitin.Butaneypolice.vic.gov.au. We welcome applications from people with disability and aim to support an inclusive recruitment experience. If you require a copy of this advertisement and attached documentation in an accessible format or would like to discuss an access requirement/reasonable adjustment for the recruitment process, please contact VPS Recruitment via email VPSRECRUITMENTpolice.vic.gov.au or on (03) 8335 8082. About Us: Victoria Police has a dedicated workforce of more than 22,000 employees consisting of police, protective services officers, police custody officers, and public service staff. Each employee plays a vital role in providing the 24/7, 365 days a year emergency response and public safety capability the organisation delivers to its community. As a Victoria Police employee, you have a dedication and commitment to community safety. Having a workforce that reflects the community we serve is important to Victoria Police. We want to attract and retain people of all genders, ages, religions, disability, sexual orientation, family and caring responsibilities, and cultures including people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander heritage. If you are interested in a position, we encourage you to apply as we celebrate the benefit that diversity brings to our employees, our services, and our community. Find out what it is like working as a Victorian Public Servant for Victoria Police: https://www.police.vic.gov.au/vps • Wed, 05 JunVictorian Government
Senior Legal Officer » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - You will assist in the development and delivery of specialist training programs, and supervise and mentor a small team of legal officers within the Crime and Intelligence Legal Services. The core capability requirements for this role are: Act as a specialist legal practitioner to provide legal advice and assistance to investigators and officers of other disciplines in relation to complex aspects of criminal investigations, police powers, the management and disruption of reportable offenders and response to major incidents. Provide oral and/or written briefings as required on complex aspects of criminal law, evidence, administrative law, statutory interpretation, policy, procedures, risk management and other operational law enforcement initiatives affecting or likely to affect the Queensland Police Service. Undertake the functions of drafting warrants and settling complex affidavits and applications and appearing on behalf of police officers and the Queensland Police Service in relation to more complex applications, principally for covert warrants. Appear and provide assistance in an advisory capacity at court/tribunal hearings as required. Liaise with relevant internal Queensland Police Service units and external agencies including the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions and other government and law enforcement agencies. Provide high quality confidential advice, on short notice, to senior officers and members of the Senior Executive on complicated and sensitive operational legal matters. Assist in the development and delivery of specialist training programs and projects. Supervise and mentor legal officers within the Crime and Intelligence Legal Unit as required by the Manager, Crime and Intelligence Legal Unit. Role Requirements Mandatory: Admission, or eligibility for immediate admission, as a barrister or solicitor of the Supreme Court of Queensland and enrolment, or eligibility for enrolment, to practice in the Federal and High Courts of Australia. Applicants must be able to obtain and maintain a security clearance to the minimal level of Negative Vetting Level 1. (see Other Information). Qualification: Possession of a degree in law from a recognised tertiary institution or equivalent qualifications. Other: The successful applicant/s will be required to undergo psychometric assessment, prior to appointment. Applicants are advised that whilst performing the duties of the position they may be exposed to material (written, visual and audio) of a graphic and sensitive nature. The successful applicant/s will be required to perform duty in locations as directed by Legal Division. Applications to remain current for 12 months. • Wed, 05 JunQueensland Government
Payroll Services Senior Officer and Payroll Project Officer » Canberra, ACT - vacancies arising over the next 12 months. Did you know? The mission of the Australian Federal Police is to provide dynamic... and detection of crimes against the Commonwealth, its laws and integrity, and community police services to the Community of the ACT... • Tue, 04 JunAustralian Federal Police$95010 - 102927 per year
ICT Senior DevOps Engineer » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - About the role: As Senior DevOps Engineer, you have the crucial role of leading the build and maintenance of applications for our first responders to: manage critical incidents and state-wide events (including natural disasters) support proactive policing in the community assist specialist units tackling issues such as youth offending, road safety, and cybercrime what you and your team create will transform modern frontline policing Benefits: You will be part of a supportive and progressive team that supports and enables career development Victoria Police is a contemporary and agile workplace and supports flexible working arrangements Work in a complex, dynamic, challenging digital environment, delivering technology solutions to keep your community safe Your duties will include: Lead the build, test, and deployment of software applications to meet business needs, aligned to product roadmaps Work with domain and solution architects to research technical solutions to business problems Provide clear and concise specialist advice to relevant stakeholders Collaborate with product specialists and business subject matter experts to effectively translate documented business requirements into fit-for-purpose technical solutions As the successful applicant, you will have: Tertiary qualifications in Information and Communications Technology or directly related discipline Significant hands-on experience in software engineering, within an agile delivery environment Demonstrated experience effectively engaging, managing, and working with senior stakeholders At least 3 years' experience in a selection of the following technologies: Power Platform (or D365 experience) Power Apps – both Model Driven and Canvas Power Apps component framework (PCF) Power Automate Power BI Dataverse JavaScript PowerApps Plugins Other Skills C# .NET SQL Skills (Microsoft) Azure DevOps GitHub CI/CD scripting for the Power Platform Requirements and relevant information: One (1) x full-time, ongoing position available. This position is located at Victoria Police Centre, 311 Spencer Street, Docklands. The successful applicant will be required to undergo National Security Vetting, achieve and maintain a security classification as determined by the Department Head. To achieve this, applicants must be an Australian Citizen. The successful candidate will be required to undergo pre-employment checks which may include fingerprint checks and misconduct screening. Your application must include: Resume Completed application form – the word document (2. Application form) for you to complete and attach to your submission, is attached to the job advertisement. Applications close midnight, 18 June 2024. Please Note: All applications will need to be submitted through one of the following platforms; Jobs and Skills Exchange (JSE) website, Victorian Government careers website (Careers.vic) or Seek. Applications will not be accepted via other platforms or email. Current Victorian Government employees must apply via Jobs and Skills Exchange (JSE). For further information, please contact: Julie Browne on (03) 8335 7910 or julie.brownepolice.vic.gov.au We welcome applications from people with disability. If you have a disability/medical condition and require a copy of this advertisement and attached documentation in an accessible format or would like to discuss an access requirement/reasonable adjustment for the recruitment process, please contact VPS Recruitment via email VPSRECRUITMENTpolice.vic.gov.au or on (03) 8335 8082. About Us: Victoria Police has a dedicated workforce of more than 22,000 employees consisting of police, protective services officers, police custody officers, and public service staff. Each employee plays a vital role in providing the 24/7, 365 days a year emergency response and public safety capability the organisation delivers to its community. As a Victoria Police employee, you have a dedication and commitment to community safety. Having a workforce that reflects the community we serve is important to Victoria Police. We want to attract and retain people of all genders, ages, religions, disability, sexual orientation, family and caring responsibilities, and cultures including people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander heritage. If you are interested in a position, we encourage you to apply as we celebrate the benefit that diversity brings to our employees, our services, and our community. • Tue, 04 JunVictorian Government
Human Resources Officer, Queensland Police Service » Gold Coast, QLD - Brisbane, QLD - . Applications to remain current for 12 months. ... Click here to view more detail / apply for Human Resources Officer, Queensland... Police Service... • Mon, 03 JunAtlam Group
Senior Crown Prosecutor » Townsville Region, Queensland - Job details Position status Permanent Position type Flexible full-time Occupational group Justice & Legal Classification PO6 Workplace Location Townsville region Job ad reference QLD/568559/24 Closing date 13-Jun-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration Contact person Andrew Walklate Contact details Phone: (07) 4781 8923 Access the National Relay Service About the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions: The Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions (ODPP) represents the State of Queensland in criminal cases. The ODPP's significant responsibility is to prosecute criminal matters in the High Court of Australia, Court of Appeal (Qld), Supreme Court, Mental Health Court, District Court, the Childrens Court of Queensland and the Magistrates Court (in limited locations and matters). About your opportunity: Two permanent flexible full-time positions are available, with date of commencement yet to be determined. As a Senior Crown Prosecutor, the incumbent will be responsible for: Appearing as leading counsel in a range of criminal proceedings, including complex superior court trials. Providing the Director of Public Prosecutions with specialist, expert, authoritative advice on questions of criminal law and evidence. Exercising, without supervision, the discretion to initiate, vary and discontinue serious criminal charges. Identifying and address the needs of victims of crime. Communicating persuasively with judges, counsel, solicitors, police officers, witnesses, victims of crime and court officials regarding matters for prosecution involving contentious and significant issues. Motivating and contributing to the professional development and supervision of Crown Prosecutors, legal officers and support staff Being actively involved in activities aimed at improving ODPP practices. The successful candidate will be a team player who demonstrates: A comprehensive understanding and knowledge of Queensland criminal law and its practice including the ability to prepare and conduct complex and difficult criminal hearings, trials, sentences and appeals in the superior courts and provide advice on legal and tactical issues. A demonstrated understanding of emerging issues impacting the criminal justice system. Excellent communication skills and proven ability to negotiate and communicate with influence, with a range of stakeholders including the judiciary, defence counsel, police officers and the community. An active interest in contributing to improving work practices. Mandatory qualifications, conditions and requirements: You will be admitted as a Legal Practitioner in a State or Territory of Australia (please indicate date of admission). Applications to remain current for 12 months. Further information We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity. Please ensure you download all attachments and follow the instructions on how to apply. Two Permanent Flexible full-time positions available. Documents Before applying for this vacancy please ensure you read the documents below. applicant-information-package (Word, 355KB) 568559-24 Role Description (Word, 396KB) • Mon, 03 JunQueensland Government
Police Public Enquiry Officer | 001327 » Tasmania, Australia - Period of Appointment Permanent Appointment Hours per fortnight 73.50 hours per fortnight Duties Attend to enquiries from members of the public on a personal basis or by telephone. Essential Requirements Pre-Employment Checks The Head of the State Service has determined that a person nominated for appointment to this position is to satisfy a pre-employment check before taking up the appointment, promotion or transfer. Any relevant serious criminal offence or repeated serious offences over any period, which are not mitigated by additional information, may provide grounds for declining an application for appointment. Such offences would include, but are not limited to: Arson and fire setting; Sexual offences; Dishonesty (e.g. theft, burglary, breaking and entering, fraud); Deception (e.g. obtaining an advantage by deception); Making false declarations; Violent crimes and crimes against the person; Malicious damage and destruction to property Trafficking of narcotic substance; False alarm raising. Desirable Requirements Knowledge and expertise consistent with qualifications recognised at Certificate 3 and 4 or equivalent level. Statement of Duties and Associated Documents 001327 - SoD - Police Public Enquiry Officer - Band 3.docx 001327 - SoD - Police Public Enquiry Officer - Band 3.pdf Short Form Application Guidelines for Applicants Final.DOCX Short Form Application Guidelines for Applicants Final.pdf How to Apply To apply, please provide a Short Form Application which is a 1-2 page covering letter outlining your experience, skills and knowledge as they relate to the Statement of Duties, and a copy of your current Resumé/CV. Online applications will only be accepted, please click the blue Apply now button to apply. If you experience any technical difficulties please contact (03) 6173 2136 Further Information For further information on this position, please contact Inspector Luke Manhood on (03) 6387 5611 • Sun, 02 JunTasmanian Government Jobs
Education Consultant » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - About the role: This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced Education Consultant to undertake reviews of organisational priorities and prepare reports to inform continuous improvement within the Continuous Learning Division. The role will suit someone with a background of teaching and learning and ability to meet deadlines in accordance with project schedules. This role will ensure design, development and quality assurance of programs and courses. The position is located at the Victoria Police Academy however there will be an expectation that you will attend Victoria Police sites across the state as required. Victoria Police is a contemporary and agile workplace and supports flexible working arrangements. Your duties will include: Evaluate content and learning objectives for pedagogical suitability. Design, develop and ensure quality assurance across all programs. Prepare clear and reliable briefing documents. Develop learning solutions that focus on quality training outcomes. As the successful applicant, you will have: The ability to consider innovative and flexible approaches to learning. Excellent people and stakeholder management capabilities. Adaptability to changing circumstances. Experience in performing in an environment with a high level of uncertainty. Qualifications in a relevant field would be highly regarded. Requirements and relevant information: One (1) x full-time, ongoing position available. This position is located at Victoria Police Academy, 1 View Mount Road, Glen Waverley. Applicants must be an Australian Citizen, Permanent Resident or hold a valid work permit or visa. The successful candidate will be required to undergo pre-employment checks which may include fingerprint checks and misconduct screening. Your application must include: Resume Completed application form – the word document (2. Application form) for you to complete and attach to your submission, is attached to the job advertisement. Applications close midnight, 23 June 2024. Please Note: All applications will need to be submitted through one of the following platforms; Jobs and Skills Exchange (JSE) website, Victorian Government careers website (Careers.vic) or Seek. Applications will not be accepted via other platforms or email. Current Victorian Government employees must apply via Jobs and Skills Exchange (JSE). For further information, please contact: Miranda Hardenberg on (03) 9265 3153 or Miranda.hardenbergpolice.vic.gov.au. We welcome applications from people with disability. If you have a disability/medical condition and require a copy of this advertisement and attached documentation in an accessible format or would like to discuss an access requirement/reasonable adjustment for the recruitment process, please contact VPS Recruitment via email VPSRECRUITMENTpolice.vic.gov.au or on (03) 8335 8082. About Us: Victoria Police has a dedicated workforce of more than 22,000 employees consisting of police, protective services officers, police custody officers, and public service staff. Each employee plays a vital role in providing the 24/7, 365 days a year emergency response and public safety capability the organisation delivers to its community. As a Victoria Police employee, you have a dedication and commitment to community safety. Having a workforce that reflects the community we serve is important to Victoria Police. We want to attract and retain people of all genders, ages, religions, disability, sexual orientation, family and caring responsibilities, and cultures including people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander heritage. If you are interested in a position, we encourage you to apply as we celebrate the benefit that diversity brings to our employees, our services, and our community. Find out what it is like working as a Victorian Public Servant for Victoria Police: https://www.police.vic.gov.au/vps • Sat, 01 JunVictorian Government
Executive Assistant » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - About the role: Service Delivery Transformation Command (SDTC) is a specialist area within Victoria Police that works across the organisation to design, develop and implement a service delivery model that will better enable Victoria Police to serve the community by: predicting emerging and future demands; creating more flexible and evidence-based responses to demand; making best use of information, diverse expertise and technology; partnering with the appropriate range of key stakeholders; integrating more effectively with the wider service sector; and utilising our resources efficiently, effectively and safely. SDTC has an opportunity for a VPSG-3 Executive Support/Project Officer to work in the Office of Assistant Commissioner, supporting the Assistant Commissioner SDTC. This is a part time opportunity, working two (2) days per week (Thursday and Friday) for a fixed term period from Monday 3 June 2024 to Friday 2 May 2025 inclusive. This position must have experience in the provision of high-quality administrative support services and a demonstrated record of strong commitment and achievement in meeting customer needs. Victoria Police is a contemporary and agile workplace and supports flexible working arrangements. Your duties will include: Provide administrative support to a Senior Manager, including calendar and meeting management and Secretariat support to a range of Committees. Maintain filing, registers and manage records for correspondence; Research and prepare information on issues and topics for the Senior Manager; Establish small-scale improvements in the office and support projects underway. Providing advice and assistance across the Division as needed; Assist to develop concepts and submissions for the Division as needed; Raising Purchase orders and financial support. As the successful applicant, you will have: Experience providing high quality administrative support. Experience in managing office systems, including implementing changes to improve efficiency. Understanding of project methodologies and experience participating in project activities. Well-developed research skills. Demonstrated understanding of customer service. Well-developed communication skills (written and oral). Well-developed time management skills. Strong integrity and discretion. Requirements and relevant information: One (1) x part-time, fixed-term position is available. The position is part time and the salary plus superannuation will be pro rata. This position is located at the Victoria Police Centre, 311 Spencer Street, Docklands. This position requires shift work as indicated in the Position Description (as attached to the advertisement). The successful applicant will be required to undergo National Security Vetting, achieve and maintain a security classification as determined by the Department Head. To achieve this, applicants must be an Australian Citizen The successful applicant will be required to undergo pre-employment checks which may include fingerprint checks and misconduct screening. In accordance with organisational policy, all Victoria Police employees are required to be fully vaccinated (including a booster vaccination) against COVID-19 or hold a valid medical exception. As such your employment with Victoria Police is subject to providing evidence of your vaccination status. Your application must include: Resume Completed application form – the word document (2. Application form) for you to complete and attach to your submission, is attached to the job advertisement. Applications close midnight, 17 June 2024. Please Note: All applications will need to be submitted through one of the following platforms; Jobs and Skills Exchange (JSE) website, Victorian Government careers website (Careers.vic) or Seek. Applications will not be accepted via other platforms or email. Current Victorian Government employees must apply via Jobs and Skills Exchange (JSE). For further information, please contact: A/Inspector Danny NIHILL on daniel.nihillpolice.vic.gov.au We welcome applications from people with disability. If you have a disability/medical condition and require a copy of this advertisement and attached documentation in an accessible format or would like to discuss an access requirement/reasonable adjustment for the recruitment process, please contact VPS Recruitment via email VPSRECRUITMENTpolice.vic.gov.au or on (03) 8335 8082. About Us: Victoria Police has a dedicated workforce of more than 22,000 employees consisting of police, protective services officers, police custody officers, and public service staff. Each employee plays a vital role in providing the 24/7, 365 days a year emergency response and public safety capability the organisation delivers to its community. As a Victoria Police employee, you have a dedication and commitment to community safety. Having a workforce that reflects the community we serve is important to Victoria Police. We want to attract and retain people of all genders, ages, religions, disability, sexual orientation, family and caring responsibilities, and cultures including people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander heritage. If you are interested in a position, we encourage you to apply as we celebrate the benefit that diversity brings to our employees, our services, and our community. Find out what it is like working as a Victorian Public Servant for Victoria Police: https://www.police.vic.gov.au/vps • Sat, 01 JunVictorian Government
Info Technology Support Officer » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - About the role: The Crime Command Information Technology (IT) is a small team who are responsible for the management of information technology, audio visual and communication requirements for the Crime Command. The IT team consists of a VPS 4 Information Technology Coordinator and at VPS 3 ICT Support Technician who provide diverse ICT support in a dynamic operational policing environment. The VPS 3 ICT Support Technician reports to and works closely with the VPS 4 IT Coordinator to ensure that the Commands ICT equipment functions correctly, meets operational requirements and is utilised within the organisational policy parameters. The VPS 3 ICT Technician is responsible for the day to day monitoring, triaging and actioning ICT remedial requests, including the provision of advice and validating access controls for folders, shared accounts and applications. The role is pivotal in ensuring IT equipment is available and set up when taskforces are established and managing the allocation, collection and set-up of ICT equipment as employees commence and leave the Command Key reporting lines VPS 4 ICT Coordinator Inspector – Property, Governance and Compliance, Business Services Manager, Crime Command Key stakeholders Crime Command employees, Victoria Police Digital Services and Security Department, and the Community of Victoria which Victoria Police serves. Victoria Police is a contemporary and agile workplace and supports flexible working arrangements. Your duties will include: Diagnose and problem solve information technology solutions (hardware and contemporary software) and provide service, guidance and advice on a range of IT and audio-visual equipment issues to members of the Command. Provide support to Command staff in the operation and maintenance of standard operating environment applications, local area networks and hardware operation and requirements. Maintain appropriate networks with the relevant help desk and other relevant areas of Victoria Police; and In conjunction with management, contribute to IT related projects. As the successful applicant, you will have: Ability to multi-task/prioritise task and work either independently or in a team environment. Excellent stakeholder / customer service skills. Experience in providing ticketing/diagnostic troubleshooting support of hardware/software products. Ability to communicate professionally with stakeholders in both written reports and oral presentations. A proven record of ethical behaviour and an understanding of OHS workplace requirements. Requirements and relevant information: One (1) x full-time, ongoing position available. This position is located at Victoria Police Centre, 311 Spencer Street, Docklands. The successful candidate will be required to undergo and successfully obtain and maintain a National Security Clearance to the level determined by the Department Head. To obtain this clearance applicants must be an Australian Citizen. This position at times requires physical manual handling of I.T equipment to various levels/locations within the office building. May be required to assist and respond to critical and high priority technical service business requirements of policing events/incidents. The successful applicant will be required to undergo pre-employment checks which may include fingerprint checks and misconduct screening. Your application must include: Resume Response to the Key Selection Criteria – found in the position description attached to the job advertisement Applications close midnight, Sunday 16 June 2024. Please Note: All applications will need to be submitted through one of the following platforms; Jobs and Skills Exchange (JSE) website or Victorian Government careers website (Careers.vic). Applications will not be accepted via other platforms or email. Current Victorian Government employees must apply via Jobs and Skills Exchange (JSE). For further information, please contact: Detective Acting Inspector John Dimos on (03) 9906 1163 or john.dimospolice.vic.gov.au. We welcome applications from people with disability and aim to support an inclusive recruitment experience. If you require a copy of this advertisement and attached documentation in an accessible format or would like to discuss an access requirement/reasonable adjustment for the recruitment process, please contact VPS Recruitment via email VPSRECRUITMENTpolice.vic.gov.au or on (03) 8335 8082. About Us: Victoria Police has a dedicated workforce of more than 22,000 employees consisting of police, protective services officers, police custody officers, and public service staff. Each employee plays a vital role in providing the 24/7, 365 days a year emergency response and public safety capability the organisation delivers to its community. As a Victoria Police employee, you have a dedication and commitment to community safety. Having a workforce that reflects the community we serve is important to Victoria Police. We want to attract and retain people of all genders, ages, religions, disability, sexual orientation, family and caring responsibilities, and cultures including people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander heritage. If you are interested in a position, we encourage you to apply as we celebrate the benefit that diversity brings to our employees, our services, and our community. Find out what it is like working as a Victorian Public Servant for Victoria Police: https://www.police.vic.gov.au/vps • Sat, 01 JunVictorian Government
Research Assistant, History Project » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - Research Assistant, History Project. The Research Assistant History Project is a fixed term two-year contract role to support the research activities for the Government House history project – a new initiative which will look to understand the social and architectural history of Government House. The Research Assistant will be critical in supporting the project's Editors in the identification and evaluation of a range of source material, summarising and synthesising information writing and editing text, proofreading and fact-checking to ensure information is accurate and relevant. The Research Assistant will be required to monitor the progress of the project under the direction of the Project Editors and Steering Committee. Duties Support the research activities for the Government House history project – a new initiative which will look to understand the social and architectural history of Government House. Support the project's Editors in the identification and evaluation of a range of source material, summarise and synthesise information, write and edit text, proofread and fact-check; and ensure information is accurate and relevant. Support the authors engaged in the project, in their research requirements. Contribute to the archival processes and records of the Office of the Governor. Monitor the progress of the project under the direction of the Project Editors and Steering Committee. Undertake other duties as required and contribute collaboratively with other members of the Office of the Governor to provide surge support and resources to other areas of the Office. Establish and maintain effective working relationships and ongoing communication with project stakeholders both internal and external to the Office of the Governor, in line with the Office's values. Other duties as required. Desirable requirement A higher education in a relevant discipline is desirable, but not mandatory. The closing date for this position is Friday, 14 June 2024 How to apply: All applications should include: - a resume, and - a cover letter addressing the key selection criteria Any questions you may have regarding the job vacancy please refer to the contact details on the Position Description. Other relevant information: Preferred candidates will be required to complete a Pre-employment Declaration and Consent form. Employment of successful candidates will be subject to a National Police Check. Office of the Governor is an equal opportunity employer and our recruitment process focuses on essential skills and abilities. We welcome applicants from a diverse range of backgrounds, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, people from culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds and people with disabilities. Office of the Governor values its people and is committed to attracting, developing and retaining diverse talent. Office of the Governor actively promotes diversity and inclusion in the workplace and does not discriminate based on age, sex, carer or parental status, disability, race, religious belief, sexual orientation, gender identity or other characteristics. Website http://www.governor.vic.gov.au • Sat, 01 JunVictorian Government
Senior Research Officer » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Job details Position status Permanent Position type Flexible full-time Occupational group Research Classification PO4 Workplace Location Brisbane Inner City Job ad reference QLD/567853/24 Closing date 10-Jun-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration Contact person David Keatinge Contact details Mobile: 0428 725 441 Access the National Relay Service The core capability requirements for this role are: Conduct research and provide analysis and advice on scientific and policy issues relating forensic services for the information of senior management. Work with multi-disciplinary teams including police officers. Assist in the identification, development and analysis of complex policy option and provide high level advice on complex and diverse policy issues in the area of forensic science. Evaluate, review and contribute to the development of policies, legislation and practices across Government and within the Queensland Police Service, which impact on forensic services, and liaise and negotiate with those agencies to achieve an appropriate holistic response. Contribute to the preparation of papers, submissions, briefs and correspondence for senior management, and other diverse audiences regarding forensic science research. Prepare and present written reports, briefings, evaluations, policy submissions and executive correspondence to senior management and key stakeholders on matters relating to forensic services. Liaise effectively with other areas of the Service, and relevant Government departments and non-government organisations on forensic services policy issues as appropriate. Perform other duties as required to support the research activities and functions of Forensic Services Group. Role Requirements: Mandatory: Possession of a Bachelor's degree from a recognised tertiary institution with major study components in forensic science (or related fields) and research methodology. Other: Applicants are advised that whilst performing the duties of the position they may be exposed to material (written, visual and audio) of a graphic and sensitive nature. Applications to remain current for 12 months. Further information We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity. Please ensure you download all attachments and follow the instructions on how to apply. Documents Before applying for this vacancy please ensure you read the documents below. 567853-24-Role Profile (Word, 5.36MB) 567853-24-Applicant Guide (Word, 226KB) • Sat, 01 JunQueensland Government
Senior Legal Officer » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Job details Position status Fixed Term Temporary Position type Full-time Occupational group Justice & Legal Classification PO4 Workplace Location Brisbane Inner City Job ad reference QLD/567532/24 Closing date 10-Jun-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration 12 months with possible extension Contact person Belinda Wadley Contact details Phone: 3364 4886 Access the National Relay Service Your key accountabilities The core capability requirements for this role are: Provide high quality, confidential advice, on short notice to the Commissioner and other members of the Senior Executive of the Queensland Police Service on complex and sensitive legal matters including, compensation, agreements with Government and non-government entities, complex criminal matters; release, access and disclosure of information, discipline of police officers and associated legal and industrial issues. Represent the Queensland Police Service before the courts and tribunals on matters such as appeals, applications, coronial inquests, judicial reviews, discrimination and discipline reviews. Provide legal advice, where appropriate, to operational police officers concerning substantive law and police powers relating to investigations and police operations. Maintain and comply with the highest standards of professional and ethical conduct. Role Requirements Mandatory Admission or eligibility for immediate admission as a barrister, solicitor or legal practitioner of the Supreme Court of Queensland. Qualification Possession of a degree in law from a recognised tertiary institution, or equivalent qualification. Applications to remain current for 12 months. Further information We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity. Please ensure you download all attachments and follow the instructions on how to apply. Documents Before applying for this vacancy please ensure you read the documents below. 567532 24 - Role Description (Word, 5.46MB) 567532 24 - Applicant Guide (Word, 226KB) • Sat, 01 JunQueensland Government
Senior HR Consultant (Recruitment Team Leader) » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - About the role: This is an exciting time to join Victoria Police and play an integral role in recruiting to our organisation. The Recruiting Services Branch is looking for an enthusiastic Senior HR consultant/Team Leader with a history of providing excellent customer service, an understanding of candidate care and strong written communication skills to join our dynamic team. This is no regular recruitment opportunity, as you will become a part of the recruitment process focused on screening and selecting the new generation of Police Officers, Protective Services Officers (PSO) and Police Custody Officers (PCO) for Victoria Police. As the successful applicant, you will lead and manage a team who work across the selection process for Victoria Police applications in police, PSO and PCO streams. You are responsible for ensuring sufficient suitable applicants flow through to the selection process gateways. You will be operating in a fast and fluent environment to meet deadlines. You will be part of a management team who drive and deliver organisation outcomes. VPSG-4 range $92,332 - $104,762 p.a. super leave loading pro rata One full time, fixed term until 13/10/2025 position Working within the Recruiting Services Branch, Recruitment and Deployment Division, located at the Victoria Police Centre, 311 Spencer Street, Docklands. Victoria Police is a contemporary and agile workplace and support flexible working arrangements. Your duties will include: Development, training and management of staff. Working with stakeholders to ensure partnerships are maintained and further developed. Analysis of applicant and recruiting data as required. Contribute to the development of the recruiting process and systems. Review candidate applications as required. Reviewing and assessing applications. Reviewing triage reports and preparing recommendations to management for consideration. Liaising with internal and external stakeholders. Providing advice on selection processes. Maintaining systems and databases. As the successful applicant, you will have: Well-developed communication skills (written, oral and interpersonal). Proven experience in leading and motivating a team. Ability to analyse and interpret data and make recommendations. An understanding of Victoria Police Intelligence assessment tools. Demonstrated experience with managing an end-to-end recruitment function. Ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines. Proven track record in interpreting and applying knowledge of recruitment legislation, policies and procedures. Requirements and relevant information: Applicants must be an Australian Citizen, Permanent Resident or hold a valid work permit or visa. The successful candidate will be required to undergo pre-employment checks which may include fingerprint checks and misconduct screening. Your application must include: Resume Completed application form – the word document (2. Application form) for you to complete and attach to your submission, is attached to the job advertisement. Applications close midnight, Thursday 13 June 2024. Please Note: All applications will need to be submitted through one of the following platforms; Jobs and Skills Exchange (JSE) website or Victorian Government careers website (Careers.vic). Applications will not be accepted via other platforms or email. Current Victorian Government employees must apply via Jobs and Skills Exchange (JSE). For further information on this role please contact: A/Insp Suzie Francis on (03) 8533 0198 or via email suzie.francispolice.vic.gov.au. We welcome applications from people with disability and aim to support an inclusive recruitment experience. If you require a copy of this advertisement and attached documentation in an accessible format or would like to discuss an access requirement/reasonable adjustment for the recruitment process, please contact VPS Recruitment via email VPSRECRUITMENTpolice.vic.gov.au or on (03) 8335 8082. About Us: Victoria Police has a dedicated workforce of more than 22,000 employees consisting of police, protective services officers, police custody officers, and public service staff. Each employee plays a vital role in providing the 24/7, 365 days a year emergency response and public safety capability the organisation delivers to its community. As a Victoria Police employee, you have a dedication and commitment to community safety. Having a workforce that reflects the community we serve is important to Victoria Police. We want to attract and retain people of all genders, ages, religions, disability, sexual orientation, family and caring responsibilities, and cultures including people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander heritage. If you are interested in a position, we encourage you to apply as we celebrate the benefit that diversity brings to our employees, our services, and our community. Find out what it is like working as a Victorian Public Servant for Victoria Police: https://www.police.vic.gov.au/vps • Fri, 31 MayVictorian Government
Project Administrator » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - About the role: An exciting opportunity exists within the Business Support Division, Operational Infrastructure Department (OID) for a highly motivated self-starter to provide quality and timely administrative tasks as required across the four Divisions that make up the Operational Infrastructure Department and liaise with other workplaces and external agencies. The Project Administrator duties include, but are not limited to, secretariat functions including creating and distribution of committee agendas, writing and distribution of minutes and maintaining action item registers, assist with coordination of quarterly and annual reporting requirements, provide support for the Executive Support Unit team members, and creation of work unit standard operating procedures. The ideal suitable applicant will have a proven experience working within a dynamic and diverse workforce with proficient office management skills. They will need to be highly motivated, have attention to detail, display workplace resilience when working under pressure, ability to innovate and problem solve and have strong interpersonal skills. This role sits in the Executive Support Unit within the Business Support Division, who as a unit provide a common and consistent support service to the OID Divisional heads, such as co-ordination and/or writing of correspondence, meeting and calendar management, secretariat, reporting governance and other tasks and functions that will assist and support divisional executives to gain efficiencies and effectively deliver and lead frontline service delivery. Victoria Police is a contemporary and agile workplace and supports flexible working arrangements. Your duties will include: Develop and maintain processes, systems and accurate records, review and/or produce relevant management reports. Support the Executive Support Unit Manager in establishing processes, systems and other reporting functions required to deliver service delivery needs of the Executive and Senior Leadership Teams. Provide a range of office and administrative support services and the establishment and maintenance of an effective filing system. Co-ordinate and/or participate in a range of complex project research and audit activities and contribute to the ongoing monitoring of project outcomes and methodology. Determine priorities, meet strict deadlines, and effectively balance competing demands with minimal supervision, working independently or as a member of a team. Ensure tasks and activities are compliant with relevant legislation, regulations, policies, and procedures. As the successful applicant, you will have: Proven experience in providing high-level administrative and support services. Demonstrated initiative, problem solving and proactive work practices. Excellent document management skills and proven capacity to coordinate tasks, determine priorities, monitor workflows, and effectively operate as a member of a team in a high-pressured environment. Highly developed interpersonal and communication skills, written and oral, and proven ability to liaise and communicate effectively and sensitively with management, staff at all levels, and various stakeholders. An understanding of the customer service requirements of the position and a demonstrated record of strong commitment and achievement in meeting customer needs. A willingness to learn new systems and programs, as well as identify new and innovative processes and procedures. A strong commitment to Operational Infrastructure Department's strategy goals - supporting our people and embracing customer centricity, innovation and collaboration in our delivery of services. Requirements and relevant information: One (1) x full-time, ongoing position available. This position is located at Victoria Police Centre, 311 Spencer Street, Docklands. Applicants must be an Australian Citizen, Permanent Resident or hold a valid work permit or visa. The successful applicant will be required to undergo pre-employment checks which may include fingerprint checks and misconduct screening. Your application must include: Resume Completed application form – the word document (2. Application form) for you to complete and attach to your submission, is attached to the job advertisement. Applications close midnight, Thursday 13 June 2024. Please Note: All applications will need to be submitted through one of the following platforms; Jobs and Skills Exchange (JSE) website, Victorian Government careers website (Careers.vic) or Seek. Applications will not be accepted via other platforms or email. Current Victorian Government employees must apply via Jobs and Skills Exchange (JSE). For further information, please contact: Harley Gloufchev on (03) 9418 3105 or harley.gloufchevpolice.vic.gov.au. We welcome applications from people with disability and aim to support an inclusive recruitment experience. If you require a copy of this advertisement and attached documentation in an accessible format or would like to discuss an access requirement/reasonable adjustment for the recruitment process, please contact VPS Recruitment via email VPSRECRUITMENTpolice.vic.gov.au or on (03) 8335 8082. About Us: Victoria Police has a dedicated workforce of more than 22,000 employees consisting of police, protective services officers, police custody officers, and public service staff. Each employee plays a vital role in providing the 24/7, 365 days a year emergency response and public safety capability the organisation delivers to its community. As a Victoria Police employee, you have a dedication and commitment to community safety. Having a workforce that reflects the community we serve is important to Victoria Police. We want to attract and retain people of all genders, ages, religions, disability, sexual orientation, family and caring responsibilities, and cultures including people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander heritage. If you are interested in a position, we encourage you to apply as we celebrate the benefit that diversity brings to our employees, our services, and our community. Find out what it is like working as a Victorian Public Servant for Victoria Police: https://www.police.vic.gov.au/vps • Fri, 31 MayVictorian Government
Senior Project Manager » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - About the role: The Conducted Energy Device (CED) Program, within the Transit & Public Safety Command is responsible for equipping frontline police and Protective Service Officers (PSOs) with CEDs through a state-wide deployment over a five-year period. Within the CED Program, is the Central Program Team who is responsible for the centralised and strategic coordination of the entire Program encompassing Device Deployment, Training Design and Delivery, Organisational Change and Communications, Infrastructure Upgrades, Information Technology Enhancements and Logistics Management in order to manage the successful implementation of the project scope and deliver outcomes and benefits, supporting Victoria Police's strategic objectives. The CED Central Program Team is seeking one (1) Senior Project Manager, who will report to the Program Director and will be responsible for leading, managing and coordinating the deliverables within the Device and Deployment Streams. Victoria Police is a contemporary and agile workplace and supports flexible working arrangements. Your duties will include: Providing ongoing leadership in the management of procurement, design, development, implementation, Provide leadership and direction to a multi-disciplinary team of professional technical and administrative staff to ensure high quality service delivery. Providing high level written and verbal expert and authoritative advice to internal and external stakeholders including other government departments and their associated agencies on technical, commercial, policy and legislative matters relevant to the assigned project. Prepare documentation, including but not limited to high level and detailed programme/project management plans, programme/project schedules and resource plans, status reports and implementation plans aimed at ensuring successful delivery outcomes. Establishing and maintaining effective relationships with key stakeholders (internal and external) to create mutually beneficial partnerships essential to the success of the project. Leading the assigned project transformation/organisational change management activities in support of the successful implementation of project outcomes. Providing project management expertise and supporting and overseeing assigned project team. Managing applicable governance forums and project workgroups. Financial monitoring and project progress and governance reporting. As the successful applicant, you will have: Proven and highly developed project management skills with capacity to deliver and undertake competing priorities with a high attention to detail Experience in effectively leading a high preforming project team in a diverse, complex and dynamic organisation. Highly developed interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills. Highly developed stakeholder management skills. Requirements and relevant information: One (1) x full-time, fixed term position available until 31/12/2026. Working within the Conducted Energy Device Project, Transit & Public Safety Command located at the Victoria Police Centre, 311 Spencer Street, Docklands Applicants must be an Australian Citizen, Permanent Resident or hold a valid work permit or visa. The successful applicant will be required to undergo pre-employment checks which may include fingerprint checks and misconduct screening. Your application must include: Resume Completed application form – the word document (2. Application form) for you to complete and attach to your submission, is attached to the job advertisement. Applications close midnight, 16 June 2024 Please Note: All applications will need to be submitted through one of the following platforms; Jobs and Skills Exchange (JSE) website, Victorian Government careers website (Careers.vic) or Seek. Applications will not be accepted via other platforms or email. Current Victorian Government employees must apply via Jobs and Skills Exchange (JSE). For further information, please contact: Chris Connolly on 0402 044 776 or Chris.Connollypolice.vic.gov.au We welcome applications from people with disability and aim to support an inclusive recruitment experience. If you require a copy of this advertisement and attached documentation in an accessible format or would like to discuss an access requirement/reasonable adjustment for the recruitment process, please contact VPS Recruitment via email VPSRECRUITMENTpolice.vic.gov.au or on (03) 8335 8082. About Us: Victoria Police has a dedicated workforce of more than 22,000 employees consisting of police, protective services officers, police custody officers, and public service staff. Each employee plays a vital role in providing the 24/7, 365 days a year emergency response and public safety capability the organisation delivers to its community. As a Victoria Police employee, you have a dedication and commitment to community safety. Having a workforce that reflects the community we serve is important to Victoria Police. We want to attract and retain people of all genders, ages, religions, disability, sexual orientation, family and caring responsibilities, and cultures including people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander heritage. If you are interested in a position, we encourage you to apply as we celebrate the benefit that diversity brings to our employees, our services, and our community. Find out what it is like working as a Victorian Public Servant for Victoria Police: https://www.police.vic.gov.au/vps • Fri, 31 MayVictorian Government
Senior Crown Prosecutor » Townsville Region, Queensland - About the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions:The Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions (ODPP) represents the State of Queensland in criminal cases. The ODPP's significant responsibility is to prosecute criminal matters in the High Court of Australia, Court of Appeal (Qld), Supreme Court, Mental Health Court, District Court, the Childrens Court of Queensland and the Magistrates Court (in limited locations and matters). About your opportunity:Two permanent flexible full-time positions are available, with date of commencement yet to be determined. As a Senior Crown Prosecutor, the incumbent will be responsible for:- Appearing as leading counsel in a range of criminal proceedings, including complex superior court trials.- Providing the Director of Public Prosecutions with specialist, expert, authoritative advice on questions of criminal law and evidence.- Exercising, without supervision, the discretion to initiate, vary and discontinue serious criminal charges.- Identifying and address the needs of victims of crime.- Communicating persuasively with judges, counsel, solicitors, police officers, witnesses, victims of crime and court officials regarding matters for prosecution involving contentious and significant issues.- Motivating and contributing to the professional development and supervision of Crown Prosecutors, legal officers and support staff- Being actively involved in activities aimed at improving ODPP practices. The successful candidate will be a team player who demonstrates:- A comprehensive understanding and knowledge of Queensland criminal law and its practice including the ability to prepare and conduct complex and difficult criminal hearings, trials, sentences and appeals in the superior courts and provide advice on legal and tactical issues.- A demonstrated understanding of emerging issues impacting the criminal justice system.- Excellent communication skills and proven ability to negotiate and communicate with influence, with a range of stakeholders including the judiciary, defence counsel, police officers and the community.- An active interest in contributing to improving work practices. Mandatory qualifications, conditions and requirements:You will be admitted as a Legal Practitioner in a State or Territory of Australia (please indicate date of admission). Applications to remain current for 12 months. • Fri, 31 MayQueensland Government
Quality Assurance Officer » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - About the role: The VPS4 Quality Assurance Officer reports to the Quality Manager within the Quality Unit of the Uniform and Equipment Branch. The Uniform and Equipment Branch are responsible for delivering fit for purpose uniform and equipment to the organisation to ensure members can effectively and safely perform their duties. The Quality Assurance Officer is responsible for providing specialist technical advice, informing product specifications for procurement and the management of quality assurance processes with respect to uniform and equipment items. The role requires a sound understanding of quality management systems and actively manages the investigation of product quality related issues. Victoria Police is a contemporary and agile workplace and supports flexible working arrangements. Your duties will include: Developing uniform and equipment technical specifications based on end user requirements, Researching and interpreting Australian and International Standards, Analysing test reports and product data to ensure products are compliant with the relevant Standards, Managing procurement evaluation activities and providing expert advice and oversight, Undertaking quality assurance tasks and managing the associated corrective actions, and Developing and maintaining quality assurance processes and procedures. As the successful applicant, you will have: Well-developed analytical, conceptual, communication and interpersonal skills with experience and ability to produce complex written reports. The ability to develop and maintain effective relationships with internal and external stakeholders. Experience with the management of quality assurance systems Demonstrated experience developing and performing product evaluations. Proven ability to work collaboratively in a team environment. Sound knowledge of the public sector procurement legislation, frameworks, policy and practice. A strong commitment to Operational Infrastructure Department's strategy goals - supporting our people and embracing customer centricity, innovation and collaboration in our delivery of services. Requirements and relevant information: One (1) x Full Time, Fixed Term position to 30/06/2025 available. This position is located at Victoria Police Centre, 311 Spencer Street, Docklands. Applicants must be an Australian Citizen, Permanent Resident or hold a valid work permit or visa. The successful applicant will be required to undergo pre-employment checks which may include fingerprint checks and misconduct screening. Your application must include: Resume Completed application form – the word document (2. Application form) for you to complete and attach to your submission, is attached to the job advertisement. Applications close midnight, 13 June 2024. Please Note: All applications will need to be submitted through one of the following platforms; Jobs and Skills Exchange (JSE) website, Victorian Government careers website (Careers.vic) or Seek. Applications will not be accepted via other platforms or email. Current Victorian Government employees must apply via Jobs and Skills Exchange (JSE). For further information, please contact: Karen Drohomirecki on (03) 9418 3295 or karen.drohomireckipolice.vic.gov.au We welcome applications from people with disability. If you have a disability/medical condition and require a copy of this advertisement and attached documentation in an accessible format or would like to discuss an access requirement/reasonable adjustment for the recruitment process, please contact VPS Recruitment via email VPSRECRUITMENTpolice.vic.gov.au or on (03) 8335 8082. About Us: Victoria Police has a dedicated workforce of more than 22,000 employees consisting of police, protective services officers, police custody officers, and public service staff. Each employee plays a vital role in providing the 24/7, 365 days a year emergency response and public safety capability the organisation delivers to its community. As a Victoria Police employee, you have a dedication and commitment to community safety. Having a workforce that reflects the community we serve is important to Victoria Police. We want to attract and retain people of all genders, ages, religions, disability, sexual orientation, family and caring responsibilities, and cultures including people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander heritage. If you are interested in a position, we encourage you to apply as we celebrate the benefit that diversity brings to our employees, our services, and our community. Find out what it is like working as a Victorian Public Servant for Victoria Police: https://www.police.vic.gov.au/vps • Thu, 30 MayVictorian Government
Registrar, Bendigo Magistrates' Court » Loddon Area, Bendigo Region - About Us The Magistrates' Court of Victoria is a jurisdiction within the Court Services Victoria statutory authority and has a long history of providing justice for the people of Victoria in metropolitan and regional courts across the state. The Court determines in excess of 300,000 cases per annum at 51 venues, equating to approximately 90 percent of all cases that come before Victorian courts each year. About the Role Registrars of the Magistrates' Court perform a wide range of administrative tasks throughout the Court's registries in Victoria. These may include in-court (bench clerk) duties, client-contact (telephone and counter) enquiries, and backof-office administrative responsibilities. The role may be performed in a range of jurisdictional contexts, including Civil, Criminal, Family Violence, VOCAT, Diversion, as well as the Children's and Coroner's Courts and other jurisdictions (VCAT, County and Supreme Courts) as required. Registrars are also required to exercise powers conferred under the Magistrates' Court Act 1989, other Acts and Rules. These powers involve the preparation and processing of administrative and statutory documentation and the exercise of discretionary quasijudicial and statutory powers using professional judgement in applying legislative requirements, established rules and precedents, and the Court's Practice Directions. Registrars are required to liaise with a number of stakeholders including the judiciary, Victoria Police, Office of Public Prosecutions, legal practitioners, various court user groups as well as members of the public. It is essential that the person possesses excellent interpersonal and both verbal and written communication skills. The Registrar may be required to assist in the operations of other courts located within the region. The Registrar is required to manage small teams comprising of Trainee Registrars and Registrars. About You As a Registrar of the Magistrates' Court, perform appropriate legal, administrative and quasi-judicial functions relating to the day-to-day and ongoing operations of the Court, under limited direction from the Registrar of the court. Provide information and authoritative advice on court and tribunal procedures and practices, including applying legislation relating to the Magistrates' Court of Victoria, to relevant stakeholders including legal practitioners, police and corrections officers, government agencies, clients and the general public. Liaise with the judiciary, magistracy, external organisations, groups and individuals that interface with the court. Operate relevant computer systems, including casemanagement systems such as Courtlink and other technologies. Assist with the direction, supervision and training of staff. Assist in the development, evaluation and implementation of new policies and procedures. Assist in the supervision, security and maintenance of all court buildings and surrounds, if required. How to apply Click the ‘Apply Now' button, ensuring you include the following in your application: resume a short cover letter Other information CSV is the employer of staff at Courts Group. CSV has a firm commitment through its Koori Employment Plan to increase participation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people across our workforce. We value the unique backgrounds, experiences, and contributions that each person brings to our community and encourage and celebrate diversity. Those from the LGBTQIA community, women, people of all ages, with disabilities, culturally and linguistically diverse people, and those who are neurodiverse, are encouraged to apply. • Thu, 30 MayVictorian Government
Principal Policy Advisor » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - About the role: This role will drive policy development and implementation for Victoria Police in the areas of family violence, sexual offences and child abuse. Reporting to the Manager, Strategy, Policy and Legislation Unit (SPLU) Family Violence Command, the successful applicant will be required to initiate, develop and coordinate strategic advice, policy and legislation with a whole of Command view, and to support integration of initiatives and expertise strengthening responses to family violence, sexual offences and child abuse. The successful applicant will have significant record of achievement in the Command themes particularly relating to violence against women and children and will be leading key work to improve response to family violence. This position is a senior VPS role that would be required to support and lead an array of projects for SPLU and FVC. The SPLU team is responsible for: Leading strategic projects to improve police response to family violence Policy analysis, advice and support for Victoria Police and whole of Victorian Government reform agenda, including analysis of emerging trends and developing new strategic policy proposals. Drawing on specialist expertise across the Command to develop advice regarding cabinet submissions, legislative change proposals, internal policies, government discussion papers, input to national policy requests and other policy proposals. Supporting coronial proceedings including supporting responses to the Coroner. Managing, coordinating and supporting key Command projects, stakeholder groups and crime themes. Providing advice to the Command on policy development and implementation and supporting policy capability uplift Supporting Command engagement with external government and sector stakeholders. Victoria Police is a contemporary and agile workplace and supports flexible working arrangements. Your duties will include: The development of complex policies, procedures and guidelines and the provision of timely policy advice to government, senior levels of the organisation and key external stakeholders. Supervising a small team to deliver on key Command projects, policy analysis and implementation and legislative reform. Undertaking high level research and analysis to support the development of policy advice including translating policy positions into operational guidance. Managing and contributing to FVC Action Plan and Work Plan accountabilities as tasked. Providing and coordinating timely advice to respond to legislative and policy submissions, and to support strategic policy and legislative change projects. Representing Family Violence Command and Victoria Police in high-level internal and external forums and engagement with key stakeholders as required. Developing, maintaining and strengthening relationships internally and externally, with key clients and stakeholders. Leading and contributing to Command projects including planning, governance and reporting as required. As the successful applicant, you will have: A people focused approach to work that balances the needs of self, others and the workplace and a personal commitment to workplace safety. A strong work ethic, self-motivation, flexibility and the ability to work autonomously and contribute to a team. Proven experience in the development of complex policies, procedures and guidelines and the ability to provide policy advice to government, senior levels of the organisation and key external stakeholders preferably in respect to family violence, sex offences and child abuse. Highly developed and flexible organisational, management and planning skills. Developed strategic thinking, project management and planning skills. Ability to influence and collaborate with internal and external stakeholders. Highly developed written, verbal and interpersonal skills. Ability to represent Victoria Police in high level meetings and in public settings. Requirements and relevant information: One (1) x full-time, fixed term position available until 5 August 2025. This position is located at Victoria Police Centre, 311 Spencer Street, Docklands. Applicants must be an Australian Citizen, Permanent Resident or hold a valid work permit or visa. The successful applicant will be required to undergo pre-employment checks which may include fingerprint checks and misconduct screening. Your application must include: Resume Completed application form – the word document (2. Application form) for you to complete and attach to your submission, is attached to the job advertisement. Applications close midnight, 12 June 2024. Please Note: All applications will need to be submitted through one of the following platforms; Jobs and Skills Exchange (JSE) website, Victorian Government careers website (Careers.vic) or Seek. Applications will not be accepted via other platforms or email. Current Victorian Government employees must apply via Jobs and Skills Exchange (JSE). For further information, please contact: Emma Crosier on (03) 8335 8534 or emma.crosierpolice.vic.gov.au. We welcome applications from people with disability and aim to support an inclusive recruitment experience. If you require a copy of this advertisement and attached documentation in an accessible format or would like to discuss an access requirement/reasonable adjustment for the recruitment process, please contact VPS Recruitment via email VPSRECRUITMENTpolice.vic.gov.au or on (03) 8335 8082. About Us: Victoria Police has a dedicated workforce of more than 22,000 employees consisting of police, protective services officers, police custody officers, and public service staff. Each employee plays a vital role in providing the 24/7, 365 days a year emergency response and public safety capability the organisation delivers to its community. As a Victoria Police employee, you have a dedication and commitment to community safety. Having a workforce that reflects the community we serve is important to Victoria Police. We want to attract and retain people of all genders, ages, religions, disability, sexual orientation, family and caring responsibilities, and cultures including people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander heritage. If you are interested in a position, we encourage you to apply as we celebrate the benefit that diversity brings to our employees, our services, and our community. Find out what it is like working as a Victorian Public Servant for Victoria Police: https://www.police.vic.gov.au/vps • Wed, 29 MayVictorian Government
Senior Legal Officer » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - Your key accountabilities The core capability requirements for this role are: - Provide high quality, confidential advice, on short notice to the Commissioner and other members of the Senior Executive of the Queensland Police Service on complex and sensitive legal matters including, compensation, agreements with Government and non-government entities, complex criminal matters; release, access and disclosure of information, discipline of police officers and associated legal and industrial issues.- Represent the Queensland Police Service before the courts and tribunals on matters such as appeals, applications, coronial inquests, judicial reviews, discrimination and discipline reviews.- Provide legal advice, where appropriate, to operational police officers concerning substantive law and police powers relating to investigations and police operations.- Maintain and comply with the highest standards of professional and ethical conduct. Role Requirements Mandatory - Admission or eligibility for immediate admission as a barrister, solicitor or legal practitioner of the Supreme Court of Queensland. Qualification - Possession of a degree in law from a recognised tertiary institution, or equivalent qualification. Applications to remain current for 12 months. • Wed, 29 MayQueensland Government
Principal Complaints Officer » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Job details Position status Fixed Term Temporary Position type Flexible full-time Occupational group Administration Classification AO7 Workplace Location Brisbane Inner City Job ad reference QLD/ODG567538 Closing date 07-Jun-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration 12 Months Contact person Ashley McFarlane Contact details (07) 3082 0567 Access the National Relay Service The Role The Principal Complaints Officer is responsible for facilitating preliminary complaint processes and reviewing complaint handling processes across the organisation, and conducting high level, complex and sensitive investigations of suspected corrupt conduct which may include investigations into the commercial activities of the department and/or public interest disclosures. This role will also provide authoritative advice and support to Divisions and Commercialised Business Units of the Department of Health in relation to matters of possible and suspected corrupt conduct and Public Interest Disclosures. The position is also responsible for undertaking audits and quality assurance reviews of the complaints management capabilities and delivering education programs and liaison activities aimed at increasing the awareness of public officials in relation to public sector ethics, corrupt conduct and public interest disclosures reporting and management. In this role, you will be communicating and negotiating with the Crime and Corruption Commission, Queensland Police Service, Office of the Health Ombudsman, Australian Health Practitioners Regulation Agency and other relevant internal and external stakeholders with regard to the management of matters. The successful candidate The successful candidate will demonstrate expertise in complaint and public interest disclosure management processes and ethical and professional practice standards within a large and complex work environment. You will demonstrate expertise in the interpretation, application and provision of advice on the application of the Crime and Corruption Act 2001, the Public Interest Disclosure Act 2010 and other relevant legislation, policies and procedures as they relate to the assessment, management and investigation of complaints of suspected corrupt conduct and public interest disclosures. Additionally, you will demonstrate exceptional oral and written communication and interpersonal skills, strong attention to detail, and the ability to liaise and consult with a broad range of stakeholders at all levels of an organisation including senior level managers. About us The Department of Health is responsible for the overall management of the public health system in Queensland. We are an organisation that strongly believes in the need to work with people who value the goals of our organisation and who will thrive in our workplace. Working at the Department of Health is about making a difference. The Ethical Standards Unit (ESU) is the Department of Health's central point for receiving, assessing and reporting suspected corrupt conduct under the Crime and Corruption Act 2001 to the Crime and Corruption Commission (CCC) and public interest disclosures (PID) under the Public Interest Disclosure Act 2010 to the Queensland Ombudsman. These statutory functions are delegated by the Director-General. Benefits A fast-paced, challenging and supportive environment Competitive salary generous superannuation and leave loading Flexible working arrangements Diverse work culture Career training and development How to apply To apply for this opportunity: Please submit your resume (including the details of two referees), and A cover letter (maximum 2 pages) outlining your skills and experience relevant for this role. Further information We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity. Applications will remain current for a period of up to 12 months and may be considered for other vacancies which may include an alternative employment basis (temporary; full time or part time). Documents Before applying for this vacancy please ensure you read the documents below. ODG567538 Principal Complaints Officer AO7 RD (PDF, 637KB) Role Description QH Information for Applicants (PDF, 939KB) Information Package for Applicants • Wed, 29 MayQueensland Government
Senior Police Lawyer » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - About the role: This is an exciting opportunity to progress your career and obtain valuable experience working as a Senior Police Lawyer within Victoria Police, Counter Terrorism Legal Unit (CTLU). CTLU is part of the Specialist Legal Branch and operates as a legal practice comprising both sworn and VPS lawyers who specialise in Counter Terrorism (CT) related law and legal policy. CTLU is managed by an Inspector who reports to the Director, Specialist Legal & Litigation Division, however the client base of CTLU is Counter Terrorism Command (CTC). CTLU support CTC to provide an effective response to terrorism incidents through the application of the Terrorism (Community Protection) Act 2003 and other Acts, and to provide expert legal advice, support and training to CTC in response to counter terrorism operations and in post incident settings. CTLU also play an important role in driving legislative reform relating to counter terrorism and related policy implementation. CTLU support the delivery of services by Victoria for the High-Risk Terrorist Offender (HRTO) Regime under Division 105A of the Commonwealth Criminal Code, including the Continuing Detention Order (CDO) scheme and the Extended Supervision Order (ESO) scheme. As the successful applicant, you will need to demonstrate an ability to: Understand the processes of legislative and policy reform Communicate effectively both verbally and in written form Work autonomously in a professional and mature environment Have a broad and contemporary understanding of the policing environment, and CT Law Promote and work well within in a small team environment Maintain a contemporary understanding and awareness of counter terrorism legal issues and issues that affect Counter Terrorism Command and, Have sound legal research skills. The role is challenging and dynamic but will present the successful applicant with a rewarding experience and prospects of future career progression. Victoria Police is a contemporary and agile workplace and supports flexible working arrangements. Your duties will include: Undertaking preparatory and court work associated with the provision and protection of information provided to the Cth by Victoria Police regarding Division 105A Cth Criminal Code applications and proceedings (HRTO), Drafting and provision of legal advice in connection with the Terrorism (Community Protection) Act 2003, Surveillances Devices Act 2014 and the Crimes Act 1958 and other legislation Advising on and driving the development of legislative reform in relation to counter terrorism matters Providing operational legal support and advice to CT investigators and other CT practitioners Delivery of and facilitating training to CT Command members on CT related laws and processes Engaging with internal and external stakeholders at the Commonwealth and state levels Instructing Counsel and occasional appearance work in both Federal and State jurisdictions. As the successful applicant, you will have: Be admitted to practice as an Australian Lawyer (hold a restricted or unrestricted Practising Certificate) Have the ability to effectively work as part of a small team Hold a Negative Vetting 2 National Security Clearance or undergo and successfully obtain the clearance. To obtain this clearance you must be an Australian Citizen A current and valid Drivers' Licence is highly desirable Requirements and relevant information: One (1) x full-time, fixed term until 30/06/2025 position available. The salary range for a VPS4 role is $92,332 to $104,762 (covering salary ranges VPSG4). Although it is standard practice for selected candidates to commence at the base of the salary range, genuine consideration will be given to a commencement salary within the available range that is commensurate with the successful candidate's knowledge, skills and experiences. This will be subject to negotiations with the Hiring Manager in the course of the selection process and may include the provision of evidence of a higher income and/or supporting documentation (as required). This position is located at Victoria Police Centre, 311 Spencer Street, Docklands. This position requires shift work as indicated in the Position Description (as attached to the advertisement). The successful applicant will be required to undergo National Security Vetting, achieve and maintain a security classification as determined by the Department Head. To achieve this, applicants must be an Australian Citizen. The successful applicant will be required to undergo pre-employment checks which may include fingerprint checks and misconduct screening. As a member of the Legal Services Department you will be located, on selection, at a specific office within a Division for a particular advertised opportunity. However, given occasional legal service demand issues you may be required at times to undertake varied work within the Department. This supports the Departments commitment to a flexible and deployable legal workforce and professional development opportunities in a range of legal domains. Your application must include: Resume Completed application form – the word document (2. Application form) for you to complete and attach to your submission, is attached to the job advertisement. Applications close midnight, 17 June 2024. Please Note: All applications will need to be submitted through one of the following platforms; Jobs and Skills Exchange (JSE) website, Victorian Government careers website (Careers.vic) or Seek. Applications will not be accepted via other platforms or email. Current Victorian Government employees must apply via Jobs and Skills Exchange (JSE). For further information, please contact: Supervising Lawyer Justin Debrincat on (03) 8533 0332 or justin.debrincatpolice.vic.gov.au. No recruitment agencies please. We welcome applications from people with disability. If you have a disability/medical condition and require a copy of this advertisement and attached documentation in an accessible format or would like to discuss an access requirement/reasonable adjustment for the recruitment process, please contact VPS Recruitment via email VPSRECRUITMENTpolice.vic.gov.au or on (03) 8335 8082 About Us: Victoria Police has a dedicated workforce of more than 22,000 employees consisting of police, protective services officers, police custody officers, and public service staff. Each employee plays a vital role in providing the 24/7, 365 days a year emergency response and public safety capability the organisation delivers to its community. As a Victoria Police employee, you have a dedication and commitment to community safety. Having a workforce that reflects the community we serve is important to Victoria Police. We want to attract and retain people of all genders, ages, religions, disability, sexual orientation, family and caring responsibilities, and cultures including people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander heritage. If you are interested in a position, we encourage you to apply as we celebrate the benefit that diversity brings to our employees, our services, and our community. Find out what it is like working as a Victorian Public Servant for Victoria Police: https://www.police.vic.gov.au/vps • Tue, 28 MayVictorian Government
Senior Research Officer » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - The core capability requirements for this role are: Conduct research and provide analysis and advice on scientific and policy issues relating forensic services for the information of senior management. Work with multi-disciplinary teams including police officers. Assist in the identification, development and analysis of complex policy option and provide high level advice on complex and diverse policy issues in the area of forensic science. Evaluate, review and contribute to the development of policies, legislation and practices across Government and within the Queensland Police Service, which impact on forensic services, and liaise and negotiate with those agencies to achieve an appropriate holistic response. Contribute to the preparation of papers, submissions, briefs and correspondence for senior management, and other diverse audiences regarding forensic science research. Prepare and present written reports, briefings, evaluations, policy submissions and executive correspondence to senior management and key stakeholders on matters relating to forensic services. Liaise effectively with other areas of the Service, and relevant Government departments and non-government organisations on forensic services policy issues as appropriate. Perform other duties as required to support the research activities and functions of Forensic Services Group. Role Requirements: Mandatory: Possession of a Bachelor's degree from a recognised tertiary institution with major study components in forensic science (or related fields) and research methodology. Other: Applicants are advised that whilst performing the duties of the position they may be exposed to material (written, visual and audio) of a graphic and sensitive nature. Applications to remain current for 12 months. • Tue, 28 MayQueensland Government
ICT Analyst (Major Incident & Problem Coordinator) » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - About the role: The ICT Analyst – Major Incident & Problem Coordinator role is a Melbourne CBD based role within the Service Integration and Management (SIAM) Team. In this role, you will be responsible for the coordination activities associated with the ICT Major Incident & Problem Management processes. This includes assisting the Major Incident Management team with the service restoration activities of IT major incidents, facilitation of technical bridges, conducting post incident reviews, coordinating of root cause investigations, and day-to-day Problem Management duties. As part of your role, you will be required to participate in on-call duties, a rotational roster shared across the Major Incident Management team. This role is truly challenging, requiring resilience, flexibility, and responsiveness. You will work closely with various stakeholders (internal and external) across several technologies in a multi-vendor environment. Victoria Police is a contemporary and agile workplace and supports flexible working arrangements. Your duties will include: This critical and highly impactful role within Victoria Police will focus on providing an exceptional and professional customer experience for all Victoria Police staff. As an ICT Analyst – Major Incident & Problem Coordinator you will: Assisting the Victoria Police ICT Major Incident & Problem Managers with the service restoration activities of Major Incidents. Coordinating the Agenda and Minutes for the Post Incident Review, Problem Meetings and Problem Review Board. Facilitating technical bridges for major incidents. Facilitating problem/root cause investigation meetings. End-to-end management of major incidents and problem lifecycle management. Provide post incident documentation for high priority incidents, where the appropriate criteria have been met. Driving timely resolution of escalated incidents for the priority and sensitive customers/users. Validation of problem resolution and proposed solutions with the relevant stakeholders For more information, please see attached role statement. As the successful applicant, you will have: At least 5 years of relevant experience in Major Incident & Problem Management ITIL v3 Foundation or ITIL 4 Foundation certified at a minimum. Experience with working on ServiceNow toolset. Requirements and relevant information: One (1) x full-time, ongoing position available. This position is located at Victoria Police Centre, 311 Spencer Street, Docklands. Applicants must be an Australian Citizen, Permanent Resident or hold a valid work permit or visa. The successful applicant will be required to undergo pre-employment checks which may include fingerprint checks and misconduct screening. Your application must include: Resume Completed application form – the word document (2. Application Form) for you to complete and attach to your submission, is attached to the job advertisement. Applications close midnight, Tuesday 11 June 2024. Please Note: All applications will need to be submitted through one of the following platforms: Jobs and Skills Exchange (JSE) website, Victorian Government careers website (Careers.vic) or Seek. Applications will not be accepted via other platforms or email. Current Victorian Government employees must apply via Jobs and Skills Exchange (JSE). For further information, please contact: Praneeth Pally on (03) 8533 1412 orPraneeth.Pallypolice.vic.gov.au. We welcome applications from people with disability and aim to support an inclusive recruitment experience. If you require a copy of this advertisement and attached documentation in an accessible format or would like to discuss an access requirement/reasonable adjustment for the recruitment process, please contact VPS Recruitment via email VPSRECRUITMENTpolice.vic.gov.au or on (03) 8335 8082. About Us: Victoria Police has a dedicated workforce of more than 22,000 employees consisting of police, protective services officers, police custody officers, and public service staff. Each employee plays a vital role in providing the 24/7, 365 days a year emergency response and public safety capability the organisation delivers to its community. As a Victoria Police employee, you have a dedication and commitment to community safety. Having a workforce that reflects the community we serve is important to Victoria Police. We want to attract and retain people of all genders, ages, religions, disability, sexual orientation, family and caring responsibilities, and cultures including people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander heritage. If you are interested in a position, we encourage you to apply as we celebrate the benefit that diversity brings to our employees, our services, and our community. Find out what it is like working as a Victorian Public Servant for Victoria Police: https://www.police.vic.gov.au/vps • Sat, 25 MayVictorian Government
Police Lawyer » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - About the role: This is an exciting opportunity to progress your career and obtain valuable experience working as a Police Lawyer in Victoria Police's Legal Services Department (LSD). Victoria Police's LSD provides legal services and advice to support policing, courts and the Victorian Community. Positioned within the Specialist Legal and Litigation Division, the Counter Terrorism Legal Unit (CTLU) is a specialised team of legally qualified sworn and VPS members who provide professional and timely legal services to Counter Terrorism Command (CTC). The CTLU's main functions include providing expert legal advice on a broad range of matters, facilitating training with stakeholders, legal policy and legislative reform, and delivering operational legal support to investigators. As the successful applicant, you will undertake a wide range of duties in support of these functions. Victoria Police is a contemporary and agile workplace and supports flexible working arrangements. Your duties will include: Providing operational legal support to investigators and other members of CTC Assisting in the preparation of legal advice in connection with but not limited to, the Terrorism (Community Protection) Act 2003 (Vic), Surveillances Devices Act (Vic) & (Cth) and the Crimes Act (Vic) & (Cth) Legislative reform and legal policy work in connection with, but not limited to the above legislation Instructing counsel in both Federal and State jurisdictions Engaging with internal and external stakeholders on various CT related matters Facilitate professional legal training seminars As the successful applicant, you will have: Ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in written form Well-developed liaison and organisation skills Sound legal research skills Willingness to deliver presentations and training Ability to work under limited supervision and within a small team in a professional and mature environment Flexibility to work overtime when required or be recalled to duty Requirements and relevant information: One (1) x full-time, fixed-term position until 30 June 2025 is available. The salary range for a VPS3 role is $74,580 to $90,558 (covering salary ranges VPSG3.1 and VPSG3.2). Although it is standard practice for selected candidates to commence at the base of the salary range, genuine consideration will be given to a commencement salary within the available range that is commensurate with the successful candidate's knowledge, skills and experiences. This will be subject to negotiations with the Hiring Manager in the course of the selection process and may include the provision of evidence of a higher income and/or supporting documentation (as required). This position is located at Victoria Police Centre, 311 Spencer Street, Docklands. The successful applicant will be required to undergo National Security Vetting, achieve and maintain a security classification as determined by the Department Head. To achieve this, applicants must be an Australian Citizen. The successful applicant will be required to undergo pre-employment checks which may include fingerprint checks and misconduct screening. As a member of the Legal Services Department you will be located, on selection, at a specific office within a Division for a particular advertised opportunity. However, given occasional legal service demand issues you may be required at times to undertake varied work within the Department. This supports the Departments commitment to a flexible and deployable legal workforce and professional development opportunities in a range of legal domains. Your application must include: Resume Completed application form – the word document (2. Application form) for you to complete and attach to your submission, is attached to the job advertisement. Applications close midnight, 10 June 2024 Please Note: All applications will need to be submitted through one of the following platforms; Jobs and Skills Exchange (JSE) website, Victorian Government careers website (Careers.vic) or Seek. Applications will not be accepted via other platforms or email. Current Victorian Government employees must apply via Jobs and Skills Exchange (JSE). For further information, please contact: Justin Debrincat on (03) 8533 0332 or justin.debrincatpolice.vic.gov.au. No recruitment agencies please. We welcome applications from people with disability. If you have a disability/medical condition and require a copy of this advertisement and attached documentation in an accessible format or would like to discuss an access requirement/reasonable adjustment for the recruitment process, please contact VPS Recruitment via email VPSRECRUITMENTpolice.vic.gov.au or on (03) 8335 8082. About Us: Victoria Police has a dedicated workforce of more than 22,000 employees consisting of police, protective services officers, police custody officers, and public service staff. Each employee plays a vital role in providing the 24/7, 365 days a year emergency response and public safety capability the organisation delivers to its community. As a Victoria Police employee, you have a dedication and commitment to community safety. Having a workforce that reflects the community we serve is important to Victoria Police. We want to attract and retain people of all genders, ages, religions, disability, sexual orientation, family and caring responsibilities, and cultures including people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander heritage. If you are interested in a position, we encourage you to apply as we celebrate the benefit that diversity brings to our employees, our services, and our community. Find out what it is like working as a Victorian Public Servant for Victoria Police: https://www.police.vic.gov.au/vps • Sat, 25 MayVictorian Government
Administrative/Property Officer » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - Position title: Administrative/Property Officer Position number: 20007362 About the role: As the successful applicant, you will be responsible for providing a broad range of administrative support services to members at the Melbourne North Police Station, North-West Metro Region, Division 1. Victoria Police is a contemporary and agile workplace and support flexible working arrangements. Your duties will include: Provide general office support duties including the operation and maintenance of office equipment. Prepare routine correspondence on a range of administrative matters and attend to follow-up procedures. Attend to telephone and counter enquiries from both internal and external stakeholders. As the successful applicant, you will have: Experience in working with computers and various programs to perform a arrange of administrative tasks. Ability to accurately maintain systematic and administrative records whilst meeting strict deadlines with a high attention to detail. Good organisational skills with the ability to multitask. Ability to work successfully within a team environment and work independently. Display initiative and proactive work practices. Good communication skills with the ability to communicate effectively with a wide range of clients both orally and in writing. Requirements and relevant information: One (1) Full Time, ongoing position available. Position is located at the Melbourne North Police Station, 36 Wreckyn St, North Melbourne. While positions will have a nominated usual place of work, the position may be required to work at other locations, in accordance with the provisions of the relevant Victorian Public Service Agreement. Applicants must be an Australian Citizen, Permanent Resident or hold a valid work permit or Visa. The successful candidate will be required to undergo pre-employment checks which may include fingerprint checks and misconduct screening. Your application must include: Resume Completed Application Form - the form is attached as a word document to this advertisement. Complete form, answer questions and attach form to your submission. Applications close midnight, Wednesday 12th June 2024. Please Note: All applications will need to be submitted through one of the following platforms: The Victorian Government careers website (Careers.vic) or Job Skills Exchange (JSE) website. Applications will not be accepted via other platforms or email. Current Victorian Government employees must apply via Jobs and Skills Exchange (JSE). For further information on this role please contact: Senior Sergeant Mark FRANCO on (03)8379 0800 via email mark.francopolice.vic.gov.au. If you have a disability/medical condition and require a copy of this advertisement and attached documentation in an accessible format or would like to discuss access requirements/reasonable adjustments for the recruitment process, please contact North West Metro Business Services via email NWMETRO-ESTABLISHMENT&RECRUITMENT-MGRpolice.vic.gov.au or call us on (03) 8335 6955. About Us: Victoria Police has a dedicated workforce of more than 22,000 employees consisting of police, protective services officers, police custody officers, and public service staff. Each employee plays a vital role in providing the 24/7, 365 days a year emergency response and public safety capability the organisation delivers to its community. As a Victoria Police employee, you have a dedication and commitment to community safety. Having a workforce that reflects the community we serve is important to Victoria Police. We want to attract and retain people of all genders, ages, religions, disability, sexual orientation, family and caring responsibilities, and cultures including people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander heritage. If you are interested in a position, we encourage you to apply as we celebrate the benefit that diversity brings to our employees, our services, and our community. Find out what it is like working as a Victorian Public Servant for Victoria Police: https://www.police.vic.gov.au/vps • Sat, 25 MayVictorian Government
Integration Specialist (Developer) » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Job details Position status Permanent Position type Full-time Occupational group IT & Telecommunications Classification AO7 Workplace Location Brisbane Inner City Job ad reference QLD/566395/24 Closing date 18-Jun-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration Contact person John Callaway Contact details Mobile: 0423 055 340 Access the National Relay Service You will influence MCC development partners in integrating mobile capabilities into core QPS backend systems (such as QPRIME, QCAD, ITAS) as well as third party systems, enabling secure, efficient, reliable, resilient software capability in a time sensitive emergency service environment. Our Team (Where You Will Be Working) The Mobile Capability Centre (MCC) is responsible for the end-to-end delivery of mobile services to the QPS and is an industry leader in mobility within the public safety sector. With close to 10,000 mobile devices deployed to sworn officers across the state, the MCC seeks to continue the digital transformation for the police and community safety portfolios, allowing them to provide effective and efficient services to the people of Queensland. You will use your subject matter expertise to undertake complex integration development critical to the frontline operation of QPS. You will influence MCC development partners in integrating mobile capabilities into core QPS backend systems (such as QPRIME, QCAD, ITAS) as well as third party systems, enabling secure, efficient, reliable, resilient software capability in a time sensitive emergency service environment. MCC has a diverse workforce with a mix of sworn officers, civilian staff, contractors, and delivery partners engaged. The team works from Makerston House, Brisbane CBD with some flexible remote working arrangements available by agreement. Your key accountabilities The core capability requirements for this role are: Provide complex specialist software development through service oriented and event driven architecture. Develop comprehensive and elegant code solutions to complex business problems, ideally using C#.NET .NET Core and Framework. Build and consume reliable and scalable web services, including SOAP services and RESTful APIs using tools such as ASP.NET Web API or similar technologies. Create and maintain Docker Containers, configure Docker images and use Docker Compose for multi-container applications. Provide high level software development quality assurance of products delivered by internal and external suppliers, that provides crucial and time sensitive information to frontline police officers. Research, develop and recommend appropriate standards and protocols to ensure best practice and the mitigation of risk in an emergency services setting. Work within an Agile software development team as the QPS subject matter expert to collaborate, negotiate and influence stakeholders to ensure effective delivery of critical solutions to the QPS. Role Requirements Mandatory There are no mandatory requirements for the role Qualifications Tertiary qualifications in ICT and/or relevant industry certifications particularly relating to AWS Lambda and API gateway would be highly regarded. Technical/ Operational/ Educational experience Experience working with SQL Server to optimize database performance and troubleshoot issues with queries, stored procedures, and functions would be highly regarded. SFIA Skills The following technical criteria reflect relevant professional skills and competencies from the Skills Framework for the Information Age (SFIA) Framework relevant to this role: Level: 6 Skill Code(s) SWDN: Software Design PORT: Software configuration Further information can be found on the SFIA site by searching for the 'skill' code (e.g. SWDM) and then referring to the skills listed under the applicable 'level' e.g. level 6. Applications to remain current for 12 months. Job Ad Reference: QLD/566395/24 Closing Date: Tuesday, 18th June 2024 Further information We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity. Please ensure you download all attachments and follow the instructions on how to apply. Documents Before applying for this vacancy please ensure you read the documents below. 566395 24 - Role Description (Word, 5.46MB) 566395 24 - Applicant Guide (Word, 226KB) • Fri, 24 MayQueensland Government
Psychologist/Social Worker - Family Violence Command » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - About the role: The Specialist Investigators Support Unit (SISU) established in early 2018 sits within Family Violence Command. The SISU provide specialised clinical services to proactively identify and address the psychological health and wellbeing needs of employees working in the themes of child abuse, sexual offending, and family violence, including the Sexual Offences and Child Abuse Investigation Teams (SOCITs) and Family Violence Investigation Units (FVIUs). This is achieved through individual, team and organisational strategies and interventions. Victoria Police is a contemporary and agile workplace and supports flexible working arrangements. Your duties will include: Delivery of individual, group, and organisational interventions to support mental health and psychological wellbeing to Victoria Police employees, in particular those working in the crime themes of sexual offending, child abuse and family violence. Tasks include: Contributing to the development and implementation of best practice psychological services targeted to the specific needs of individual work areas. Providing individual clinical services to Victoria Police employees. This includes psychological assessment, short term counselling, critical incident response, crisis/risk interventions and case management. Provision of group interventions, including, facilitation of reflective practice and the development and delivery of training and education sessions. Consultation with senior managers and operational supervisors around clinical and organisational psychology concerns associated with their teams. This includes the provision of specialist opinion regarding crisis situations, critical incidents and other issues affecting the mental health and psychological wellbeing of employees. Provision of manager/supervisor coaching. Building and managing collaborative relationships with assigned work units and other stakeholders within and external to Victoria Police. Participating in research and projects relevant to the mental health and psychological wellbeing of Victoria Police employees. Providing subject matter expertise to a range of projects, policies and programs within Family Violence Command and where appropriate across Victoria Police more broadly. As the successful applicant, you will have: Demonstrated ability in the provision of clinical assessments, brief counselling interventions, case management and group facilitation. Knowledge and demonstrated experience in critical incident interventions and psychological first aid. Demonstrated ability to provide immediate and autonomous clinical judgement and crisis intervention in highly stressful, complex and sensitive situations. Requirements and relevant information: One (1) x full-time, ongoing position available. This position is located at Victoria Police Centre, 311 Spencer Street, Docklands. Applicants must be an Australian Citizen, Permanent Resident or hold a valid work permit or visa. The successful applicant will be required to undergo pre-employment checks which may include fingerprint checks and misconduct screening. Your application must include: Resume Completed application form – the word document (2. Application form) for you to complete and attach to your submission, is attached to the job advertisement. Applications close midnight, 10 June 2024. Please Note: All applications will need to be submitted through one of the following platforms; Jobs and Skills Exchange (JSE) website, Victorian Government careers website (Careers.vic) or Seek. Applications will not be accepted via other platforms or email. Current Victorian Government employees must apply via Jobs and Skills Exchange (JSE). For further information, please contact: Hayley Goldsmith on 0499 610 576 or hayley.goldsmithpolice.vic.gov.au. We welcome applications from people with disability and aim to support an inclusive recruitment experience. If you require a copy of this advertisement and attached documentation in an accessible format or would like to discuss an access requirement/reasonable adjustment for the recruitment process, please contact VPS Recruitment via email VPSRECRUITMENTpolice.vic.gov.au or on (03) 8335 8082. About Us: Victoria Police has a dedicated workforce of more than 22,000 employees consisting of police, protective services officers, police custody officers, and public service staff. Each employee plays a vital role in providing the 24/7, 365 days a year emergency response and public safety capability the organisation delivers to its community. As a Victoria Police employee, you have a dedication and commitment to community safety. Having a workforce that reflects the community we serve is important to Victoria Police. We want to attract and retain people of all genders, ages, religions, disability, sexual orientation, family and caring responsibilities, and cultures including people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander heritage. If you are interested in a position, we encourage you to apply as we celebrate the benefit that diversity brings to our employees, our services, and our community. Find out what it is like working as a Victorian Public Servant for Victoria Police: https://www.police.vic.gov.au/vps • Wed, 22 MayVictorian Government
2025 AFP Directions Program - First Nations Employment Pathway » Australia - Did you know? The mission of the Australian Federal Police is to provide dynamic and effective law enforcement to the people of Australia. It provides policing throughout Australia in relation to the prevention and detection of crimes against the Commonwealth, its laws and integrity, and community police services to the Community of the ACT. Working for the AFP provides you with a diverse and rewarding career. Whether you immerse yourself in a position on the frontline, or provide critical operational or professional support, the work you do makes a big impact to the people of Australia. We recognise your contribution to our workforce and offer generous remuneration and conditions including: Six weeks (30 days) of paid annual leave per year additional paid Christmas stand down 4 extra mandatory leave rest days per year 18 days of paid personal leave per year Generous superannuation of 15.4% 16 weeks of paid maternity leave (after 12 months of service) an additional 36 weeks of maternity leave without pay Generous salaries and incremental salary progression governed by the AFP Enterprise Agreement Flexible and hybrid working arrangement that provides work/life balance Access to ongoing training and development to support ambitions At the Australian Federal Police (AFP) we value the unique perspectives and lived experiences of our First Nations people. The AFP is seeking motivated individuals interested in launching a fulfilling career with Australia's leading law enforcement agency. The AFP is offering a wide range of roles and opportunities through the AFP's Directions Program. As a team member in the AFP you will have the opportunity to contribute to meaningful and life-impacting policies, programs and practices that shape the security landscape of Australia. This includes roles in health and wellbeing, investigations, canines, cyber-security, intelligence, corporate support, protection, workforce planning, media and communications. We are an inclusive organisation, providing the opportunity for all Australians to fairly gain employment with the AFP. We appreciate that everyone is unique and acknowledge that diversity in thought leads to greater transparency and improved consideration in our decision making. To support our employees we also provide flexible work arrangements. The key duties of the position include The AFP Directions Program is an integrated 12 month employment and development program and runs annually from February. The program provides permanent, full-time employment in specialist and support positions in the AFP and gives participants professional development opportunities to have a challenging and rewarding career. Throughout the structured 12 month program, you may work in a number of roles across multiple teams, exposing you to opportunities that will provide the tools and resources you need to begin a fulfilling career at the AFP. Your work will contribute to, and influence, programs and policies impacting on all Australians, including First Nations families and communities. It also helps ensure the AFP's workforce is representative of the communities we serve. As a Team Member in the AFP you will be required to contribute to the achievement of outcomes in accordance with the AFP Work Level Standards , the AFP Code of Conduct and the AFP Governance Instruments. It is expected that successful applicants will deliver on the core responsibilities and meet any requirements of the position as outlined below. Role Description & Responsibilities We are seeking applications from motivated First Nations individuals seeking to commence a professional career within the AFP. The AFP Directions Program provides employment pathways in a variety of roles such as health and wellbeing, investigations, canines, cyber security, intelligence, corporate support, protection, workforce planning, media and communications. These are all non-policing support roles and will provide successful candidates the opportunity to learn about the dynamic work and career pathways the AFP has to offer. Whilst on the program you will: gain a nationally recognised Certificate IV qualification. Successful completion of this qualification is an important requirement of the program, and you will be provided with generous study time to support you. complete a number of work area rotations, exposing you to different areas of the AFP. access Directions Program specific support including buddies, mentors and other organisational networks. Please note: While the Directions Program provides an introduction to the various roles available at the AFP, this is not a direct gateway to becoming a police officer. If you are interested in sworn policing in the future, the Directions Program is an excellent starting point to prepare you for this career path, however you will still be required to pass through the relevant processes applicable for sworn roles. What We Are Looking For Effective communicators Out of the box thinkers Team players A demonstrated willingness to learn new skills Experience using basic IT including Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft PowerPoint and Outlook • Tue, 21 MayAPS
Integration Specialist (Developer) » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - You will influence MCC development partners in integrating mobile capabilities into core QPS backend systems (such as QPRIME, QCAD, ITAS) as well as third party systems, enabling secure, efficient, reliable, resilient software capability in a time sensitive emergency service environment. Our Team (Where You Will Be Working) The Mobile Capability Centre (MCC) is responsible for the end-to-end delivery of mobile services to the QPS and is an industry leader in mobility within the public safety sector. With close to 10,000 mobile devices deployed to sworn officers across the state, the MCC seeks to continue the digital transformation for the police and community safety portfolios, allowing them to provide effective and efficient services to the people of Queensland. You will use your subject matter expertise to undertake complex integration development critical to the frontline operation of QPS. You will influence MCC development partners in integrating mobile capabilities into core QPS backend systems (such as QPRIME, QCAD, ITAS) as well as third party systems, enabling secure, efficient, reliable, resilient software capability in a time sensitive emergency service environment. MCC has a diverse workforce with a mix of sworn officers, civilian staff, contractors, and delivery partners engaged. The team works from Makerston House, Brisbane CBD with some flexible remote working arrangements available by agreement. Your key accountabilities The core capability requirements for this role are: - Provide complex specialist software development through service oriented and event driven architecture.- Develop comprehensive and elegant code solutions to complex business problems, ideally using C#.NET .NET Core and Framework.- Build and consume reliable and scalable web services, including SOAP services and RESTful APIs using tools such as ASP.NET Web API or similar technologies.- Create and maintain Docker Containers, configure Docker images and use Docker Compose for multi-container applications.- Provide high level software development quality assurance of products delivered by internal and external suppliers, that provides crucial and time sensitive information to frontline police officers.- Research, develop and recommend appropriate standards and protocols to ensure best practice and the mitigation of risk in an emergency services setting.- Work within an Agile software development team as the QPS subject matter expert to collaborate, negotiate and influence stakeholders to ensure effective delivery of critical solutions to the QPS. Role Requirements Mandatory - There are no mandatory requirements for the role Qualifications - Tertiary qualifications in ICT and/or relevant industry certifications particularly relating to AWS Lambda and API gateway would be highly regarded. Technical/ Operational/ Educational experience - Experience working with SQL Server to optimize database performance and troubleshoot issues with queries, stored procedures, and functions would be highly regarded. SFIA Skills The following technical criteria reflect relevant professional skills and competencies from the Skills Framework for the Information Age (SFIA) Framework relevant to this role: Level: 6Skill Code(s)SWDN: Software DesignPORT: Software configuration Further information can be found on the SFIA site by searching for the 'skill' code (e.g. SWDM) and then referring to the skills listed under the applicable 'level' e.g. level 6. Applications to remain current for 12 months. Job Ad Reference: QLD/566395/24 Closing Date: Tuesday, 18th June 2024 • Tue, 21 MayQueensland Government
Team Leader, Administration/Property Services » Australia - About the role To provide oversight and supervision of VPS personal, engaged with the recording, secure storage and handling of property items (exhibits etc) in Police storage. Will include exposure to various items, including firearms and prohibited substances (all of which, will be rendered safe prior to handling). Supervise and undertake station administration, and be accountable for providing motivation, performance feedback and coordination of training activities to team members, as appropriate. As the successful applicant your duties will include: Management and oversight of VPS staff engaged in exhibit handling. Management of administration personal (including remotely) Assisting in Station Administrative duties as required Minute Taking and other reporting. Development and Welfare requirements of VPS personal As the successful applicant, you will have: Strong written and verbal communication skills Proficient IT skills Strong work ethic Ability to work in a small team. Strong understanding and adherence to data and information security practices Requirements and relevant information One full time, ongoing VPS3 position available VPS3: $74,580 - $90,558 p.a. plus superannuation The usual place of work will be Ballarat Police Complex, 20 Dana Street, Ballarat. However, you may be expected to work out of any location within Western Region Division 3, as required. Applicants must be an Australian Citizen, Permanent Resident or hold a valid work permit or visa. The successful applicant will be required to undergo pre-employment checks which may include fingerprint checks and misconduct screening. Your application must include: Resume Completed application form – attached to the job advertisement. Applications close midnight, Thursday, 13th June 2024. Please note: All applications will need to be submitted through one of the following platforms: Job Skills and Exchange (JSE) website or the Victorian Government careers website. Current Victorian Government Employees must apply via Jobs and Skills Exchange (JSE). Applications will not be accepted via other platforms or email. For further information on this role please contact Acting Inspector Brad HALL on (03) 53366044 or via email brad.hallpolice.vic.gov.au. If you have a disability/medical condition and require a copy of this advertisement and attached documentation in an accessible format or would like to discuss an access requirements/reasonable adjustment for the recruitment process, please contact VPS Recruitment via email VPSRECRUITMENTpolice.vic.gov.au or on (03) 8335 8081. About Us: Victoria Police has a dedicated workforce of more than 22,000 employees consisting of police, protective services officers, police custody officers and public service staff. Each employee plays a vital role in providing the 24/7, 365 days a year emergency response and public safety capability the organisation delivers to its community. As a Victoria Police employee, you have a dedication and commitment to community safety. Having a workforce that reflects the community we serve is important to Victoria Police. We want to attract and retain people of all genders, ages, religions, disability, sexual orientation, family and caring responsibilities, and cultures including people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander heritage. If you are interested in a position, we encourage you to apply as we celebrate the benefit that diversity brings to our employees, our services and our community. Find out what it is like working as a Victorian Public Servant for Victoria Police: https://www.police.vic.gov.au • Fri, 17 MayVictorian Government
Psychologist - Medical Advisory Unit » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - About the role: An exciting opportunity is available for an accredited Psychologist to join the Psychological Assessment Team at Victoria Police in an ongoing capacity. Psychologists will form part of the Medical Advisory Unit which is a multidisciplinary unit that provides expert advice and delivery of operational and recruitment services within Victoria Police. The appointed Psychologists will be required to complete psychological suitability assessments which form a key component of Victoria Police's recruitment of Police Officers, Protective Service Officers, and Police Custody Officers. This includes providing recommendations to the organisation relating to applicant suitability and identified risks. Psychologists will report directly to the Organisational Psychologist and work closely with registered health practitioners within the Medical Advisory Unit. Victoria Police is a contemporary and agile workplace and supports flexible working arrangements. Your duties will include: Under the direction and supervision of the Organisational Psychologist, reviewing and interpreting psychometric tests. Conducting psychological suitability interviews. This includes the integration and canvassing of a range of information relevant to the applicant to derive an assessment outcome. Writing reports for stakeholders which provide recommendations regarding psychological suitability. Maintaining selection procedures and standards to ensure they meet ethical and legal standards. Completion of all clinical records as required. Reporting to management on assessment results as required. Ensuring practice is aligned to the APS Code of Ethics. As the successful applicant, you will have: Full registration (without conditions) as a Psychologist with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA). Experience and highly developed skills in the delivery of psychological interviews and interpreting psychometric tests. Highly developed communication and report writing skills. It is preferable that candidates have experience completing psychological suitability assessments in the context of selection and organisational risk management. Experience working within a large organisational environment is desirable (however is not mandatory). An understanding of mental health presentations. A commitment to ensuring psychological practice aligns to all ethical obligations as a Psychologist as stipulated in the APS Code of Ethics. What we offer you An exciting opportunity to work in a close-knit and supportive team to develop and enhance your experience in psychological assessment in an emergency services setting. Access to regular internal supervision. Access to the Victoria Police gymnasium and free physical fitness classes offered on-site. Employees also have access to a range of additional advantages including a specialised health insurance provider, banking services and discounted car parking. Salary sacrificing for novated lease vehicle and superannuation contributions. Requirements and relevant information: Whilst there is availability for a Psychologist to join the team full time, part time requests will be considered. The position is ongoing therefore offering secure employment, provided probation requirements are cleared. For part time positions, the salary plus superannuation will be pro rata. This position is located at Victoria Police Centre, 311 Spencer Street, Docklands. Applicants must be an Australian Citizen, Permanent Resident or hold a valid work permit or visa. The successful applicant will be required to undergo pre-employment checks which may include fingerprint checks and misconduct screening. Your application must include: Resume Completed application form – the word document (2. Application form) for you to complete and attach to your submission, is attached to the job advertisement. Applications close midnight, Sunday 16 June 2024. Please Note: All applications will need to be submitted through one of the following platforms; Jobs and Skills Exchange (JSE) website, Victorian Government careers website (Careers.vic) or Seek. Applications will not be accepted via other platforms or email. Current Victorian Government employees must apply via Jobs and Skills Exchange (JSE). For further information, please contact: Tayla Ewens on (03) 8335 6321 or tayla.ewenspolice.vic.gov.au. We welcome applications from people with disability and aim to support an inclusive recruitment experience. If you require a copy of this advertisement and attached documentation in an accessible format or would like to discuss an access requirement/reasonable adjustment for the recruitment process, please contact VPS Recruitment via email VPSRECRUITMENTpolice.vic.gov.au or on (03) 8335 8082. About Us: Victoria Police has a dedicated workforce of more than 22,000 employees consisting of police, protective services officers, police custody officers, and public service staff. Each employee plays a vital role in providing the 24/7, 365 days a year emergency response and public safety capability the organisation delivers to its community. As a Victoria Police employee, you have a dedication and commitment to community safety. Having a workforce that reflects the community we serve is important to Victoria Police. We want to attract and retain people of all genders, ages, religions, disability, sexual orientation, family and caring responsibilities, and cultures including people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander heritage. If you are interested in a position, we encourage you to apply as we celebrate the benefit that diversity brings to our employees, our services, and our community. Find out what it is like working as a Victorian Public Servant for Victoria Police: https://www.police.vic.gov.au/vps • Tue, 14 MayVictorian Government

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