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Assessments Officer

Office of the Independent Commissioner Against Corruption (NT) - Darwin, NT

Administration & Secretarial
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Job description

Agency Office of the Independent Work unit Assessments

Commissioner Against Corruption (NT)

Job title Assessments Officer Designation Administrative Officer 6

Job type Full Time Duration Ongoing

Salary $92,620 - $103,538 Location Darwin

Position number 41459 RTF 212967 Closing 31/05/2021

Contact Anna Collins, Director Assessments on 08 8999 4023 or Anna.Collins@icac.nt.gov.au

About the agency Home, Office of the Independent Commissioner Against Corruption

Apply online https://jobs.nt.gov.au/Home/JobDetails?rtfId=212967

Applications must be limited to a one-page summary sheet and detailed resume

Information for applicants - Inclusion and diversity and Special measures

The NTPS values diversity and aims for a workforce that represents the community. The NTPS encourages people from

all diversity groups to apply for vacancies and accommodates people with disability by making reasonable workplace

adjustments. If you require an adjustment for the recruitment process or job, please discuss this with the contact officer.

For more information about applying for this position and the merit process, go to the OCPE website.

Special Measures is not applicable to this vacancy.

Primary objective

To support the function of the Assessments Unit through the completion of report assessments and preparation of

correspondence.

Key duties and responsibilities

1. Prepare and distribute correspondence for reporters, referral entities and agencies regarding the receipt, assessment

and inquiry into reports.

2. Ensure compliance with, and assist in the development of, policies, procedures, standards and guidelines.

3. Collect, analyse, assess and make recommendations on reports notified or referred to the office of the ICAC.

4. Receive reports, liaise with clients and problem solve queries in relation to reporting obligations and assessment of

reports.

5. Prepare and distribute notices and directions in compliance with the Independent Commissioner Against Corruption

Act 2017 .

6. Assist in the recording, monitoring and management of referrals and recommendations out of the Office of the ICAC,

including following up with referral entities for reports and implementation of agreed recommendations.

7. Provide operational and administrative support to the Assessments Unit and the office.

Selection criteria

Essential

1. Demonstrated ability to determine priorities, work independently, and use judgement and initiative to manage multiple

tasks in order to meet deadlines.

2. Well-developed verbal and written communication skills.

3. Demonstrated ability to interpret and apply legislation, preferably in a complaints or investigation environment,

including the ability to break down and explain legislative concepts and requirements,

4. Well-developed file management, and record keeping skills including proficiency in word processing, data recording and

data management computer programs.

5. Demonstrated ability to use tact, diplomacy and discretion especially when dealing with difficult and demanding people,

sensitive issues and confidential matters.

6. Demonstrated attention to detail especially when reviewing correspondence and reports.

7. Demonstrated ability to research, analyse and summarise complex information and make relevant recommendations.

Further information

The applicant must be able to satisfy section 126 of the ICAC Act. The ICAC may request an applicant to do any of the

following: criminal history check, including biometric data for that purpose, Police intelligence or integrity check, declare

personal interests, undergo medical or psychometric assessment and make a statutory declaration in relation to matters

determined by the ICAC to be relevant to the applicant’s suitability.