Here’s some great federal level role for investigative professionals, working with the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner.
You’ll be working with Australia’s privacy and freedom of information laws, managing caseloads, planning and conducting investigations and preparing briefs of evidence. A certificate IV in Government Investigations is essential for a role like this.
- Managing an active case load.
- Planning and conducting investigations including conducting inquiries, examining witnesses, preparing of statutory notices, analysis of information through e-discovery, and producing high quality reports which demonstrate an understanding of the Privacy Principles.
- Supporting the exercise of regulatory enforcement outcomes, including the commencement of civil penalty proceedings and making of administrative decisions such as Commissioner determinations.
- Preparing briefs for counsel.
- Working as part of a team, contributing to broader investigation objectives, taking responsibility for actioning allocated work within agreed timeframes.
- Engaging with complainants, respondents, regulated entities, and third parties.
- Representing the OAIC at external meetings and engage with relevant stakeholders as required.
- Contributing to team performance objectives.
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