Here’s a investigative leadership role in animal welfare. You be responsible for delivering a range of high quality and sustainable animal welfare and protection services in accordance with the RSPCA Victoria’s strategic priorities.
You’ll require experience and a certificate IV in Government Investigations.
What they are looking for
Demonstrated the required level of competence as described in the Inspectorate Competency Framework for the Team Leader position;
Candidate has been an Authorised Officer with continued service for five years from the date of their appointment, including a mix of urban and rural experience;
Demonstrated track record of consistently achieving the performance and behavioural expectations of their role, as determined and measured in the annual performance review process;
Previous experience and the ability to handle and provide guidance to less experienced Inspectors across a range of companion and livestock species. This must include, but is not limited to, dogs, cats and horses;
Ability to manage:
Long periods of driving
Working alone for long periods
External environmental factors including hot and cold exposure, accessing properties, fence crossing, rural areas and confined spaces.
Noise from firearms and animals
Animal handling including bites, scratches, zoonotic diseases and euthanasia
Manual handling and lifting
Dealing with violent and abusive persons of interest