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Job Title : Fingerprint Processing Officer


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Western Australia Police Force

Fingerprint Processing Officer

Position Number: 204183

Level/Salary: Level 2, $63,172 - $68,256 p.a. (PSCSAA 2019)

Work Type: Permanent - Full Time

Branch: Forensic Fingerprint Bureau

Location: Midland

Closing Date: 2021-06-23 4:00 PM


This position provides forensic fingerprint services to the Western Australia Police Force (WA Police Force) and its strategic partners through data entry, quality control and entity validation of recorded fingerprints onto the National Automated Fingerprint Identification System (NAFIS).


  1. The recommended applicant must consent to undergo identifying procedures as a Volunteer and for the identifying particulars (DNA, fingerprints and photographs) to be held on a Police Elimination Database, Part 4, Division 2 of the Criminal Investigation (Identifying People Act, 2000). The forensic purpose for conducting these procedures is investigating offences generally.
  2. It is a requirement of this position that applicants undertake a psychological assessment to determine their suitability, and as an incumbent, agree to undergo periodical psychological assessment, as required.


Please ensure you complete, sign and scan the Integrity Check Consent Form (refer attached) and submit it along with your application (the integrity check consent form is not required for current WA Police Force employees).

Applicants are asked to address the following nominated work related requirements in no more than two (2) pages:
  1. Communication skills - Liaises with police officer and police staff personnel. Provides information and prepares standard correspondence, memos and emails. Ability to work in a cohesive team environment. Provides efficient and effective customer service.
  2. Analytical and problem solving skills - Demonstrates initiative. Manipulates images and assesses options to obtain better quality images. Analyses problems, errors or rejections of images, assesses options and provides effective solutions.

Applicants are also required to submit a Comprehensive Curriculum Vitae (CV). Your CV should provide enough detail (dot points are sufficient) to allow the selection panel to assess your skills and experience relevant to the Key Accountabilities of the attached Position Description Form.

The CV must also include the names and contact details of two (2) referees who can comment on the applicant's ability to satisfy all of the Essential Work Related Requirements. Applicants should nominate at least one immediate (most contemporary) supervisor/manager unless exceptional circumstances exist.

Please note: For applicants deemed suitable, all Essential Work Related Requirements listed in the Position Description Form will be assessed at some stage during the selection process.


Whilst this selection process will initially be used to fill the above vacancy, it may also be used to fill other similar vacancies throughout the metropolitan area. In addition to this, should the successful applicant decline or vacate the advertised position, then the panel may select another suitable applicant from this selection process. Both of these options remain valid for a period of twelve (12) months from the initial date of the appointment.

Integrity and criminal checks will be conducted if the recommended applicant for this position is not a current WA Police Force employee. Any relocation costs associated with appointment to this position may be the responsibility of the successful applicant.


The WA Police Force is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages Aboriginal Australians, young people, people with a disability, people from culturally diverse backgrounds and women to apply for positions within our agency. The Department also promotes flexible family friendly work practices.

Throughout the recruitment process we provide reasonable adjustments to allow people with a disability to participate effectively. Reasonable adjustments can also be made available to assist you in the job, if you are successful in gaining employment.

Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) is a vital component within WA Police Force. Safety is a partnership between the employer and their employees and it relies on all of us working together to ensure that everyone is safe in their working environment, which enables them to go home safely. We incorporate safety in every part of our business and it is an integral part of the decision-making process.


Please contact Sergeant Jason McCarthy between 07:00 and 15:00 on telephone number (08) 6274 8237.


Applicants are requested to apply online. To apply online, you must have a valid email address and be ready to attach your comprehensive electronic resume, integrity check form (if required) and any additional attachments as requested in the "APPLICATION PROCESS" section of the advertisement. Please select the "APPLY FOR JOB" button at the top/bottom of this advertisement. Should you encounter any problems lodging your online application please contact Police Staff Selection and Deployment on (08) 6229 5772 during business hours (8am to 4pm, Monday - Friday), prior to the specified closing time.


Application packages and the Position Description Form are attached below.

Should you experience difficulties downloading these documents, press 'F5' or the 'refresh' icon. If you have any further issues, please contact Police Staff Selection and Deployment on the above mentioned telephone number.

Attachments: - gen 84 fingerprint processing officer l2.pdf
- integrity check application & consent form (general) - feb 21.docx
- job application package.pdf