Director Fraud And Corruption Jobs Vacancy in Department Agriculture Water Resources Canberra
Department Agriculture Water Resources Canberra urgently required following position for Director Fraud And Corruption. Please read this job advertisement carefully before apply. There are some qualifications, experience and skills requirement that the employers require. Does your career history fit these requirements? Ensure you understand the role you are applying for and that it is suited to your skills and qualifications.
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Director Fraud And Corruption Jobs Vacancy in Department Agriculture Water Resources Canberra Jobs Details:
- Executive Level 2 (Policy & Technical) - $117,082 - $136,015
- Canberra, A.C.T - 18 Marcus Clarke Street, Canberra City ACT 2601
- Contact Officer: Lionel Riley (02) 6272 2220
Assurance Branch comprises a number of key functions designed to deliver a level of assurance in the management of key departmental integrity risks. It includes management of the department’s Enterprise Risk Framework; Internal Audit function; Practice and Procedural design; Security and Fraud and Corruption. It resides in the Assurance and Legal Division that includes the Office of the General Counsel, which is responsible for all legal services and advice required by the department. This includes the coordination of legal services and the provision of internal legal advice including contracts and grants management, statutory interpretation and regulatory advice, legislative development, debt recovery, investigations and enforcement and litigation and claims resolution. It also manages and advises on matters relating to Freedom of Information and privacy.
The Assurance Branch provides the department with a variety of business assurance functions, including Enterprise Risk, Fraud and Corruption, Internal Audit, Practice and Procedural Design, and Security.
The Fraud and Corruption Team is responsible for specialist fraud and anti-corruption management for the department. This includes fraud and anti-corruption management strategies and systems; investigations and responsibility for the management of the department’s obligations under the Public Interest Disclosure Act 2013 and the Law Enforcement Integrity Commissioner Act 2006.
As the Director, Fraud and Corruption, you will work under the general direction of the Assistant Secretary, Assurance Branch and will perform an important leadership role within the department. You will be expected to influence, lead and manage change, build anti-corruption capability, and take an active role in the implementation of key departmental initiatives.
In this role, you will manage the department’s fraud and anti-corruption control program, in line with the Commonwealth Fraud Control Framework, and work closely with counter-parts in other agencies and with law enforcement in the management of investigations, and contribute to strengthening whole-of-government capability.
Note: This position is being advertised as non-ongoing or ongoing. If offered on a non-ongoing basis the successful applicant will be initially engaged for a period of 6 months with the possibility of extension of up to a maximum period of 3 years in total. If filled initially as a non-ongoing vacancy there is the possibility of it becoming ongoing in the future and if so this selection process may be used to fill the vacancy on an ongoing basis.
Knowledge and experience
You will have demonstrated experience in building and leading investigative teams, and in the application of legislative, regulatory and compliance frameworks relevant to fraud and anti-corruption management.
The ideal candidate will have:
- Demonstrated leadership capability in establishing strategic direction; building team capability and capacity; driving change; and developing and leveraging strategic partnerships
- Demonstrated experience in managing fraud and corruption including prevention, detection and disruption
- A strong understanding of the strategic environment and implications for fraud and anti-corruption
- Excellent judgement.
Relevant qualifications and/or a professional certification such as a Diploma in Government (Fraud Control) is highly desirable.
This position requires a Negative Vetting Level 2 security clearance. The successful applicant will be required to obtain and maintain a clearance at this level. To be eligible for employment with the Department of Agriculture and Water Resources, an applicant must be an Australian citizen. An applicant's suitability for employment with the department will be assessed through a pre-employment screening process. This process includes a requirement for the applicant to undergo and satisfy a National Police Check, referee checks, character clearance and where relevant a pre-employment medical assessment, specified mandatory qualification(s) validation and a probation period of 6 months. Any applicant that, in the course of their work, requires unescorted access within an aviation or maritime security zone will be required to obtain and maintain an Aviation Security Identification Card (ASIC) or Maritime Security Identification Card (MSIC).
The successful applicant must:
- hold and maintain a valid Australian motor vehicle drivers licence
- meet Department of Agriculture and Water Resources health and security requirements.
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