Senior Investigations Officer- Disabilities
Public Sector and Government
The Senior Investigation and Review Officer (Disability) conducts projects, investigations and reviews with a particular focus on disability services and inquiries into matters affecting people with disability.
-Participate in or conduct systemic projects, investigations, reviews, and inquiries into significant issues in the community service sector, particularly those affecting disability services.
-Analyse and monitor developments in the disability services sector, and provide timely and strategic advice accordingly to Principal Project Officer and other senior staff.
– Develop and maintain effective relationships with relevant government and non-government stakeholders to gather relevant information about current developments and issues, and promote the work and recommendations of the department.
– Prepare briefings, submissions or responses to legislative/policy developments and requests for comment or information.
-Work within a shifting landscape of competing priorities, high levels of instability and uncertainty in the sector, and need to keep abreast of policy and practice developments and their implications for the service sector.
-Take the initiative on matters in the role’s area of responsibility, having regard to legislative requirements, accountability standards, performance measures, and critical risks. This requires high level critical thinking and analysis to effectively deal with the complexity and range of decisions that need to be made, and when interpreting information to draw conclusions.
This is an amazing opportunity to be involved in the formation of policy, legislation and future research into the Disability sector. Please apply with a WORD version of your resume PDF’s will not be processed.