The Commission is seeking a Senior Financial Analyst to contribute to the proactive identification and investigation of serious misconduct and unexplained wealth
This is a four year contract with the possibility of a further contract and/or extension. Suitable applicants may be considered for other similar vacancies within the next 12 months.
This is a full-time position.
THE WORKING ENVIRONMENT
The Corruption and Crime Commission (the Commission) is a leading anti-corruption agency whose primary purpose is to improve the integrity of and reduce the incidence of serious misconduct and corruption in the Western Australian Public Sector.
The Commission also works to identify and target persons who have accumulated unexplained wealth through unlawful means.
The Operations directorate manages the Commission's investigative activities. The Directorate's three units, Investigations, Electronic Collection and Surveillance, work together to proactively identify and investigate allegations of serious misconduct and unexplained wealth. The focus of the Commission's investigative activity is on systemic and complex matters, many of which require the use of specialist capabilities.
The Senior Financial Analyst is responsible for supporting financial investigations by researching, collecting and analysing evidence and intelligence for all matters managed in accordance with the Corruption, Crime and Misconduct Act 2003 (CCM Act), the Criminal Property Confiscation Act 2000 (CPC Act), and those referred that are consistent with the Commission's operational responsibilities. The position is responsible for tactical and operational research and analysis activities, to gather intelligence that creates a foundation upon which financial investigation activities are based upon and progressed.
The role will suit someone who is able to:
- Use conceptual and problem solving skills and analytical techniques to deliver high-level intelligence analysis.
- Apply research methodologies and intelligence gathering practices and techniques.
- Contribute to effective financial investigations by compiling, analysing, interpreting and reporting financial information.
- Engage with internal and external stakeholders.
- Work collaboratively within a team environment.
A tertiary qualification and/or training in a relevant discipline is highly desirable.
The Commission requires applicants to be Australian citizens or be immediately eligible for citizenship, and appointment is conditional on satisfactory completion of a rigorous security clearance process.
Applicants must also:
- be available to work outside of normal business hours as required; and
- hold an unrestricted Driver’s Licence.
The Commission will assess all aspects of the Capability and Leadership Framework during the selection process and is committed to the professional development of its team and facilitating a work-life balance for all employees.
The Commission is an equal opportunity employer and encourages people with disability, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and persons from culturally diverse backgrounds to apply.
DO YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS ABOUT THE POSITION?
Enquiries about the position should be directed to Chris Casale, Manager Financial Investigations on (08) 9215 4846.
HOW TO APPLY
Click on the “Apply for Job” button and attach the following:
- A current and comprehensive CV which includes the names and contact details (phone number and email address) of two recent, work related referees.
- A two page statement addressing the following role specific essential capability requirements:
- Experience in planning, managing and conducting complex financial intelligence projects that support tactical, operational and strategic decision making.
- Expertise and knowledge in the application of analytical tools and contemporary intelligence methodologies.
Applications must be submitted online – hard copy, late or proforma applications will not be accepted.
If you are having any problems with the system you may call People Services on 9215 4888.
Closing date: 28 July 2019 at 4:00pm (WST)
NB: Interviews are scheduled to be held between 5 August 2019 and 9 August 2019 (subject to change).