Data Analyst: Level 4 $80,452 to $84,797 per annum + 9.5% Super
Senior Data Analyst: Level 5 $89,047 to $97,994 per annum + 9.5% Super
These brand new roles might be for you if you …
- have a curious disposition and a background in data analytics
- enjoy working in a multi-disciplinary team
- have a proven ability to deliver quality outcomes with demanding deadlines.
Is for those who want to support the work of our Forensic Audit team applying their specialist data analysis knowledge to identify anomalies and patterns in datasets that suggest wrongdoing.
The ideal candidates will have:
- a minimum 2 years’ experience extracting, validating, transforming and loading data from multiple data sources for deeper analysis with statistical analysis and modelling tools such as Python, R or similar packages and data manipulation languages such as SQL
- organisational, relationship building and interpersonal skills
- tertiary qualification in a relevant technical field (Computer Science, Information Systems, Finance, Statistics, Economics, Commerce, Mathematics, Linguistics).
Successful candidates must be willing to travel outside of the Perth CBD and to regional locations. All Office employees are required to undergo a national police clearance and may be subject to further vetting depending on their role.
Our work matters. The Office of the Auditor General for Western Australia is the largest external audit practice in WA with an Australia wide reputation for excellence. We are a key source of independent and objective information about public sector accountability and performance for Parliament and the community. Our talented people receive specialised training and development and unique work opportunities.
With 180 State entities and 148 local government entities across WA, there is significant variety in assignments.
Our Forensic Audit team will conduct joint audits with our performance, financial and information system audit teams as well as targeted audits of public sector entity accounts and matters related to public money, public property and approvals with a view to identifying misconduct, corruption and fraud.
Matters may also be referred to other integrity or investigative agencies including the Corruption and Crime Commission, Public Sector Commission and/or the Western Australian Police Force for further investigation.
If you’re interested in this opportunity, here’s how to apply:
Provide a current, comprehensive CV and a 2 page statement that:
- defines what makes you the ideal applicant – as outlined above
- includes 2 or more examples that clearly demonstrate the skills and experience you will transfer into this role.
Offers will be made based on candidates’ competitive suitability for roles.
We currently have a number of full-time, permanent positions and fixed term opportunities with the possibility of extension or permanency, available for immediate filling.
This selection process may also be used to make offers to similar vacancies over the next 6 months.
You must provide evidence of your essential qualifications and the names of 2 recent referees to gain an interview. Referees will only be contacted for applicants recommended by the selection panel.
These positions close on Monday, 19 April 2021 at 12:00pm (noon) AWST.
Want more info?
For further information about these positions please contact Kevin Ng, Assistant Director Forensic Audit on 6557 7658.
Late and pro-forma applications will not be accepted
Applicants are encouraged to apply online by clicking on the “Apply for Job” button at the top/bottom of the screen.
The OAG is an equal opportunity employer that supports a work life balance