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Manager Assessments

Office of the Independent Commissioner Against Cor... - Darwin, NT

Government, Defence & Emergency
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Job description

Agency Office of the Independent Commissioner Work unit Assessments

Against Corruption

Job title Manager Assessments Designation Senior Administrative Officer 1

Job type Full Time Duration Ongoing

Salary $123,559 - $138,034 Location Darwin

Position number 17210002 RTF 206549 Closing 03/03/2021

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

About the agency www.icac.nt.gov.au

Apply online https://jobs.nt.gov.au/Home/JobDetails?rtfId=206549

Information for applicants

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

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. 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:
The Manager Assessments leads the operations of the ICAC's Assessment unit in relation to reports of improper conduct within the

ICAC NT’s jurisdiction. The role is responsible for ensuring the timely, thorough and accurate assessment of reports of improper conduct,

analysing report trends, interpreting and applying strategic objectives and developing the capability of members of the Assessment unit.

Key duties and responsibilities:

  • Provide day-to-day support, guidance, mentoring and leadership to Assessment Officers in completing high quality assessment tasks
such as assessment reports, referrals, recommendations and execution of notices and directions.

  • Receive and prioritise reports of improper conduct and identify matters for the attention of the Director, Deputy Chief Executive
Officer or Commissioner.

  • Conduct assessments and apply legislation to reports of suspected improper conduct, particularly those that are considered complex
or sensitive or require a higher level of skills and/or experience, utilising a wide range of overt and covert investigative and analysis


  • Produce reports and undertake analysis of report trends, assessment outcomes, key performance indicators and other data available
to the Assessment unit as required from time to time.

  • Provide advice, briefings and support to the Director, Assessments in respect to Assessment unit activities, outcomes and the
performance of Assessment Officers.

  • Liaise with and resolve issues or concerns of report makers and other stakeholders by providing an escalation point for Assessment

  • In consultation with the Director, Assessments develop policies, procedures and other guidance material to contribute to the
effective, efficient and high performance operation of the Assessment unit.

  • Act in the position of Director, Assessments when required.
Selection criteria:
1. Demonstrated experience in the assessment of reports of suspected improper conduct, including complex and sensitive reports,

using a range of investigative, research and analysis techniques.

2. Ability to use tact, diplomacy and discretion when dealing with difficult and demanding people, sensitive issues and confidential


3. Experience in supervision and management of staff and the ability to develop and lead a team of multi skilled staff in order to meet

the OICAC’s objectives.

4. Demonstrated ability to train and develop staff in order to meet the needs of the team and the wider office, including the ability to

identify skills gaps and ongoing training or support needs.

5. Strong written and oral communication skills, with the ability to tailor language to a wide range of audiences.

6. Proven experience in promoting and delivering continuous improvement strategies, reviewing policies, procedures and systems,

and applying best practice and innovation to processes.

7. Demonstrated ability to organise workload, identify priorities, execute sound judgment and use initiative to manage multiple tasks

and priorities.

8. Demonstrated experience interpreting and applying legislation.

1. Qualification or experience in planning and conducting investigations

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.