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Workplace Relations Investigator (Systems)


New South Wales

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Government & Defence


Between $50 - $55 per hour + superannuation

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Jessica Abboud

Talent International are currently recruiting for an experienced Workplace Relations Investigator (systems) to work for one of our NSW Government Departments in Parramatta. This position is a contract role currently approved until mid-November with the potential of being extended. This position is paying an hourly rate between $50 - $55 per hour plus superannuation. 

Primary purpose of the role
The Investigator (Systems) is responsible for responding to incoming telephone calls and investigating allegations of misconduct by staff members, including against student(s), and assisting in reviewing and developing investigative procedures and other systems.

Key Responsibilities:
·        Plan and undertake investigations into allegations of misconduct by a staff member, including child protection allegations against a student(s) under the direction of a Director and consistent with the organisations processes and practice
·        Develop correspondence, briefings and reports in a timely manner, relating to individual investigation cases in accordance with the organisations policy and the Department's style guides.
·        Foster and sustain strategic partnerships across the Directorate teams, schools, the wider portfolio and ongoing liaison with other relevant external NSW Government agencies such as the in order to foster a culture of open communication as well as ensuring alignment with department and whole of Government policies across all agencies.
·        Maintain meticulous computer and file records of investigations in order to be able to substantiate recommendations to decision makers, to inform tribunals and courts and to meet accountability requirements
·        Demonstrate a commitment to continuous learning culture in relation to the current legislative developments and emerging educational issues in the area of child protection.
·        Knowledge of and commitment to the Department's Aboriginal Policies

Essential requirements
·        High level skills and experience in conducting investigations.
·        Sound knowledge and the skills to implement child protection policies and practices
·        Knowledge of and commitment to Aboriginal policies.
·        Previous experience conducting and managing investigations, including sensitive child protection matters, in a high volume and often high risk and politically sensitive environment under the direction of a Director.
·        Experience managing competing demands by the various stakeholders and ensuring that high risk matters are assessed as a priority and in a timely manner.
·        Experience maintaining knowledge and understanding of all the current legislative developments and issues and the implications of these on child protection and misconduct investigations.

If you can successfully demonstrate all the above, then please apply now. For further information, you may contact Jessica Abboud on 02 9223 9855 for a confidential discussion. 

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