About the Position
The Investigator position manages a caseload of inspections and investigations which require gathering evidence from available sources to identify non-compliance with legislative and regulatory requirements. This may involve finding solutions to issues involving complex trust arrangements and uncertainty regarding employment arrangements.
The role undertakes pro-active compliance activities to identify employer non-compliance in the Perth metropolitan and regional areas. This involves liaising with employers, insurers and other stakeholders to improve communication and understanding about compliance matters.
The Investigator position performs the functions of an Inspector for the purposes of the Workers’ Compensation and Injury Management Act 1981.
To be successful in this position prospective applicants should possess:
- well-developed written and verbal communication skills;
- effective case management experience; and
- investigative and analytical skills.
A full statement of duties for the position can be found in the attached Job Description Form (JDF).
Applicants assessed as suitable during this selection process may be appointed to other similar vacancies that occur throughout the Agency over the coming 12 months.
Part Time applications will be considered.
About WorkCover WA
WorkCover WA is responsible for regulating and administering the workers’ compensation scheme on behalf of the government and community of Western Australia. We work with employers, workers and service providers to achieve a contemporary workers’ compensation scheme that is fair, accessible and affordable. Our goals are built around leadership, strategic scheme management, and building an agile & innovative organisation.
We continuously seek to increase the diversity of our workforce to better meet the differing needs of our customers and to improve equal opportunity outcomes for our employees. WorkCover WA encourages people who are representative of the broad Western Australian community to apply.
Some of the benefits our employees enjoy are:
- a variety of professional development opportunities;
- access to our on-site fully equipped gym and facilities;
- parking at our offices in Shenton Park;
- parental leave – 14 weeks paid and up to 38 weeks unpaid; and
- four weeks (20 days) annual leave for each year of service.
Further information about the Position
For further information about this position, please refer to the attached JDF.
You can also obtain more information about the role expectations and responsibilities by contacting Ms Rebecca Harris, Manager Compliance on (08) 9388 5677.
A variety of assessment methodologies may be used throughout the recruitment process, including but not limited to:
- Skills assessment;
- Aptitude testing;
- Psychometric testing;
- Referee checks; and
- Criminal History Screening.
Applying for the Position
You can submit your application for this position via the ‘Apply for job’ button at the bottom of this page. Your application should include the following documentation:
- a current and comprehensive curriculum vitae;
- a written cover letter (in no more than 3 pages) outlining your skills and experience as they relate to the duties of the role, as per the attached JDF.
Applications close 5:00 pm on 26 September 2019.
- jdf - investigator, l4 - 00214670, 01200458, 02048000, 02203876, 02203869 - 2 september 2019.pdf
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