Investigators work across many different industries and fields, government and private. From private investigators working insurance cases, to Federal roles in National Security – and everywhere...
- lead complex investigations into fraud allegations involving the department and its programs
- collect, secure and manage evidence in accordance with departmental policy and procedures
- conduct interviews with witnesses and prepare detailed witness statements
- conduct records or interviews (RoI’s) with suspects of alleged offences
- prepare affidavits and organise search warrant activities
- produce high quality internal investigation reports
- prepare briefs of evidence to facilitate criminal prosecutions
- liaise with the Commonwealth Director of Public Prosecutions (CDPP), follow up on requisitions, and provide regular updates in relation to relevant prosecution matters
- maintain relationships internal and external agencies and stakeholders
- conduct interstate travel to facilitate operational duties.
Federal government investigative roles come up frequently all across the country. Like this one! APS 6 – Senior Investigator Did you know that the new Australian Government Investigation Standar...
Here’s a temporary role you can get your investigative teeth into! This Queensland Council is looking for an Officer to investigate Illegal Dumping (12months Fixed Term). We are seeking a q...
Great Local Laws Ranger role in a beautiful part of Queensland. You’ll be responsible for monitoring and enforcing local laws including animal management and dog attacks. A certificate IV in gov...
Now here’s a cool role working in the cyber security / e-safety space! The Image-Based Abuse Section of the Australian Communications and Media Authority is responsible for responding to reports abo...
- Meaningful work - Being an Inspector with the FWO is a job you will be proud of. You are the face of the FWO, working directly with the Australian public investigating non-compliance across Australia’s workforce. You will be tangibly making a difference helping employees and employers through your work.
- Investment in your skills and career – You will receive extensive training in Australia’s industrial relations system and investigation skills. You are not expected to know everything. We are invested in your success as an Inspector and beyond. You will start as a Fair Work Officer where over a period of 6-12 months, we will invest in your training to become a badged Fair Work Inspector.
- Work life balance – Working with us means you get a genuinely flexible and supportive work environment. We want you to achieve your personal goals at the same time as fulfilling your career goals with us. We support this through work life balance, working from home, flex, and part time arrangements. For the full benefits of working with us, please see Choosing us.
- Conduct investigations in accordance with the FWO’s Compliance and Enforcement Policy
- Work in a fast-paced environment gathering and analysing information to determine compliance with workplace laws.
- Deliver exceptional customer service to employees and employers to help resolve workplace disputes.
- Use your analytical and problem-solving skills to calculate potential underpayments.
- Get ongoing coaching and support – you will report to an experienced Team Leader who will work closely with you to develop your skill sets.
- Have autonomy and independence to manage your own workload.
Multiple roles all across Australia (metro and regional) for Fair Work Inspectors! You will be conducting site inspections, interviewing employees and employers across Australia, preparing reports and...
Here’s a great local government investigation role with one of Australia’s biggest councils, north of Brisbane, Queensland. This job will have plenty of variety and challenges! A certificate IV in...
Love water? Who doesn’t! Here’s some great roles all over the country, working for the federal government in water compliance. You’ll find yourself undertaking audits, investigating water...
- Respond to public reports of alleged animal cruelty & emergency welfare situations
- Identify & action immediate solutions to protect the health & well-being of animals
- Work with local communities and existing charity rescue groups
- Conduct investigations to establish evidence to support prosecutions
- Work with RSPCA WA's Legal Counsel to enable prosecutions
- Setting up and liaising with RSPCA auxiliary
- Actively participate in community engagement to deliver preventative strategies
- Engage with & educate members of the public to enhance responsible animal ownership
- Initial set up and working with foster carers
- Experience in a regulatory, law enforcement or compliance discipline desirable
- Sound understanding of the Animal Welfare Act
- Practiced and objective investigator, with exceptional record keeping
- Outstanding communication skills, with an ability to maintain professionalism in tough situations
- Demonstrated animal handling skills, good physical fitness & health
Love animals? Here’s a great role in animal welfare protection in Western Australia. The RSPCA are the country’s lead agency in investigating animal cruelty. This is our key front-line role in res...
Here’s a great role with Queensland’s Department of Fair Trading as an entry level investigator. You’ll be investigating breaches of legislation overseen by the OFT. And you must have a Certific...
Here’s a great entry level role for an investigator, working for the Coroner. If you didn’t know, the Coroner is responsible for investigating reportable death’s, conducting enquiries and inques...
Here’s a great entry level role in local government compliance and investigations. You’ll need a successful HSC and the ability to undertake a certificate IV in Government (investigations). And he...
- Investigate and report on suspected fraudulent claims
- Interview insured’s, passengers and/or witnesses, taking statements
- Act in accordance with delegated authorities
- Adherence to the Compliance obligations and report and escalate any compliance concerns, issues or failed responsibilities
- To positively influence claims process to ensure claims are settled in line with Youi Claims philosophy.
Here’s an entry level role working on the beautiful Sunshine Coast! Insurance companies like Youi have investigative functions that examine and report on suspected insurance fraud. Our curren...
- Demonstrate the highest levels of personal integrity and ethical behaviour
- Frontline, customer-centric background with an aptitude for remaining calm in difficult situations
- A high level of resilience, self-awareness, and emotional intelligence
- Work successfully with the greater team to maintain the safety and security of the centre
- The ability to think on your feet, be alert and observant at all times and resolve practical problems
- Ideally have an understanding of the needs of people from different ethnic, cultural and lifestyle backgrounds
- A competent level of computer literacy and report writing
- Proficient interpersonal and communications skills
Thinking of a career in Corrections? Many prisons now are privately run and often they seek suitable applicants for roles, like this one in NSW. But these types of roles are not for everyone. You’ll...
Not exactly an investigative role but there’s a level of analytics and enquiry required for this one! Do you like to snoop? This role is with the police and involves monitoring of electronic surveil...