Job Details
  • Reference383334A_1636705412
  • LocationCanberra
  • Job TypeContract
  • Posted15 days ago
  • ConsultantLeanne Porter

As one of the Australia's largest providers of human resources solutions, Chandler Macleod has a proven track record of unleashing potential in people and companies. For over 40 years Chandler Macleod's recruitment business has connected leading-edge projects and employers with outstanding business professionals.

Our Federal Government client is seeking to engage an APS6 Fraud Intelligence Analyst on a contract for 12 months with potential extension.

About the Role:

The APS6 Fraud Intelligence Analyst is accountable under limited direction to undertake complex work that is guided by legislation, policies, procedures, standards, methodologies and precedents. It is a team membership position that may be required to perform work that involves team leadership and management responsibilities requiring the setting of priorities and managing workflows of a team.

The position has reasonable autonomy and accountability to exercise both initiative and judgment to interpret legislation and policy, in the application of practices and procedures to achieve outcomes within the functions.

The APS6 Fraud Intelligence Analyst will provide detailed technical, professional, policy, operational support and advice in relation to complex problems. The role may be required to coordinate and assist in the strategic planning, program and project management and policy development that support the agency's objectives.

Duties & Responsibilities:

Responsibilities may include but are not limited to:

  • Contributing to the development, planning and production of financial intelligence outputs and outcomes.
  • Conducting fraud assessments and producing financial intelligence reports for complex matters from the collection, evaluation and analysis of information.
  • Leading tactical intelligence projects through the development of collection plans, assigning tasks, analysing financial and other information, and articulating findings.
  • Working closely with the branch, operational teams and external partner agencies to ensure that financial intelligence outputs support the strategic and operational needs of the Agency.
  • Complying with all relevant legislation, agency policy and guidelines for the management of information and the use of ICT systems and tools.
  • Contributing to the development of business rules, refinements and suggested avenues of analysis and investigation.
  • Identifying emerging intelligence risks and evolving methodologies in relation to the agency's participants, partners and providers.
  • Producing financial intelligence products within set timeframes in compliance with legislative, policy and information security frameworks.
  • Maintaining accurate files and records in relation to business decisions and intelligence activities and functions, contributing to reporting requirements.
  • Providing ongoing intelligence support for matters referred for investigation.

Mandatory Requirements:

  • The successful candidate will be required to comply with relevant WCVP (Working with Children and Vulnerable People) checks as they vary throughout each State and Territory.

If you feel you are a suitable candidate submit your application by hitting "Apply for this job". Alternatively, you can call Leanne Porter on 02 6268 9926 or email for further discussion.