Job Details
  • Reference401667B_1669348935
  • LocationSurry Hills
  • SalaryAU$53.63 - AU$58.50 per hour + super
  • Job TypeContract
  • Posted2 months ago
  • ConsultantChloe Dye
Chandler Macleod is the leading provider of temporary contractors to the Federal, NSW and local Government and has partnered with these Departments and Agencies for more than 25 years.

At Chandler Macleod our mission is to recruit using the BestFit™ methodology which is tailored to providing the most suitable candidate for every position at every level for every Government Department and Agency.

Chandler Macleod is currently recruiting for an experienced APS5 & APS6 Fraud Investigator to join a leading Federal Government agency. This is an immediate start with a contract term of 12 months and based in Surry Hills.

Role description:

The APS5 Fraud Investigator

Responsibilities may include but are not limited to:

  • Supporting the planning and production of financial intelligence outputs and outcomes.
  • Collecting financial and other information and undertaking a range of analytical tools to assist in producing tactical financial intelligence reports.
  • Working closely with management, operational teams and external partner agencies to ensure that intelligence outputs are supporting the strategic and operational needs.
  • 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 participants, partners and providers.
  • Conducting formal and informal discussions with staff, customers and third parties to obtain required information.
  • Providing ongoing intelligence support for matters referred for investigation.
  • Providing administrative support to the team and supporting complex projects.

The APS6 Fraud Investigator

Responsibilities of the role include but are not limited to:
  • Analysing and processing information to produce accurate and informative reports.
  • Conducting formal and informal discussions with staff and partners, participants, providers and third parties.
  • Undertaking and managing complex and sensitive investigations in accordance with processes and legislation.
  • Gathering evidence from a range of sources and preparing high quality briefs of evidence.
  • Preparing cases for referral to relevant parties
  • Providing evidence in criminal and civil court as a representative.
  • Undertaking administration, reporting and project work as required.

To be successful in the position you must have:
  • Certificate 1V in Government (Investigation), or equivalent.
  • Have or be able to obtain and maintain a security clearance at "Negative Vetting Level 1".

Please note that to be eligible for this position you must be an Australian Citizen.

If you are interested in the position then please click on the APPLY BELOW button or alternatively you can email your CV to