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We’re hiring!

The Integrity Commission is recruiting for multiple new positions to deliver a challenging new program of work, supported by a significant funding increase announced by the Government in the 2021-22 budget and over a three-year period. These roles will contribute to core functions across the Commission, including investigations, misconduct prevention and education, and business services. There are opportunities available for both fixed-term and permanent positions at mid- and senior- levels of salary.

There are opportunities available in areas including:

  • strategic advice and support
  • program development and management
  • investigations and compliance
  • research and data
  • stakeholder engagement and communications
  • education design, delivery, and technology
  • business analysis.

These roles will suit highly talented individuals seeking meaningful work to contribute to the culture, practices and accountability of the Tasmanian public sector, with significant opportunity to influence the direction and future of the Integrity Commission in Tasmania.

We will be recruiting over the next six months. For current vacancies, see below, or the Tasmanian jobs website.

The goals of the newly-resourced program of work include:

  • increased reach and engagement of our education program aimed at promoting integrity for all employees of the public sector in Tasmania, including new methods of education design and technology;
  • a rigorous research program using data collected by the Commission to analyse integrity risks and institutional change, both for original research outputs and to inform education interventions;
  • an effective communication strategy for the public sector and the public to inform them of the functions of the Commission, integrity risks, reporting mechanisms, and increase trust in the public sector and the Commission
  • enhanced investigations capacity in response to complaints, misconduct risks and monitoring of compliance.

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Current vacancies

Research Officer (357497)

Position objective

The Research Officer will run, develop and use data analysis tools to understand and interpret data produced by the Commission's education and training workstream, alongside other survey data analysis and desk reviews of literature and administrative data. They will integrate the Commission's data to enable more informed and timely strategic decision making, operational improvements and better client outcomes.

Conceptual and analytical analysis and identification of industry trends that can help shape the Commission's research, education and training programs to meet the future needs of our clients.

The person

The occupant will have personal attributes that emphasise integrity and high standards of ethical behaviour in the workplace, in addition to the requirements of the State Service Principles. We expect the occupant to abide by the workplace values endorsed by the staff of the Commission.

The occupant of this position will have advanced tertiary-level quantitative and qualitative research skills, ideally including knowledge of program evaluation. They will be able to synthesise information and repackage it into plain language effectively. The occupant will liaise with external stakeholders and work closely with other team members to achieve goals and meet deadlines.

The occupant must have the flexibility required to work in a small agency that may require its employees to work above or below the immediate scope of their position to deliver services and desired outcomes.

For detailed information on this role visit jobs.tas.gov.au

Applications for this role close: Wednesday 27 October 2021

Operations Officer (356251)

Position objectives

The position contributes to the efficient and effective operation of the Integrity Commission by managing the flow of misconduct matters through the Operations Unit, including by:

  • identifying and analysing allegations of misconduct in complaints submitted under the Integrity Commission Act 2009
  • managing and participating in the triage process
  • undertaking assessments of complaints
  • database management
  • maintaining communications with complainants, public officers and other stakeholders.

The person

The occupant will have personal attributes that emphasise integrity and high standards of ethical behaviour in the workplace, in addition to the requirements of the State Service Principles. We expect the occupant to abide by the workplace values endorsed by the staff of the Commission.

To be effective in this position, the occupant will combine their technical knowledge and experience with their professional experience to ensure a mature, practical and common sense approach to their work. They must have the ability to manage multiple matters, meet deadlines, and work diligently. They will have the personal capacity to manage relationships with internal and external stakeholders, and provide efficient administrative support to the Operations team.

For detailed information on this role visit jobs.tas.gov.au

Applications for this role close: Monday 25 October 2021

Consultant - Education Design and Technology (357496)

Position objective

Coordinate the design and development of an e-Learning program and associated training material accessible to a broad audience focussing on the education and upskilling on matters related to Misconduct Prevention within the Tasmanian public service.

The person

The occupant of this position will be a creative thinker, and have prior experience in training and development along with the ability to design and develop an e-presence for the Commission’s education program. They will provide advice and support, display initiative and have capability to develop both e-learning and in-person training material.

The occupant will have a high attention to detail and will operate with autonomy while adding technological value to the Misconduct Prevention Team.

For detailed information on this role visit jobs.tas.gov.au

Applications for this role close: Wednesday 27 October 2021

Consultant - Education and Engagement (357495)

Position objective

This role forms part of the Misconduct Prevention team, working closely with all areas of the Commission and external clients to deliver thought-provoking educational and training material with a robust stakeholder engagement focus. The role will develop, design, and implement educational plans with public sector organisations to promote integrity and prevent misconduct; engage with stakeholders to establish buy-in; and take part in the monitoring, evaluation, and adjustment of educational plans.

The person

The occupant of this position will be a creative thinker with high-level interpersonal skills and a background in education and/or training. They will have prior experience in developing and delivering thought-provoking and innovative educational content, and a desire to engage with stakeholders to establish collaborative, long-term relationships based around education, training, research, and evaluation. They will provide advice and support, display initiative, and work effectively both within the Education and Training program, and across the Research and Evaluation program.

The occupant will have high attention to detail and operate with autonomy whilst adding education and engagement expertise to the Misconduct Prevention Team.

For detailed information on this role visit jobs.tas.gov.au

Applications for this role close: Wednesday 27 October 2021

This page was last updated on 14 Oct 2021.