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Police Officer » Wodonga, Wodonga Area - About the RoleWe’re looking for people with skills like yours; strong customer service, good communication and team work skills, to join Victoria Police. Right across Victoria, from the heart of Melbourne to the most remote country towns, police officers carry out a range of duties that are diverse, rewarding and challenging to help keep the community safe.And if you discover a particular interest, there are pathways open to you to train for a specialist field or promotion.At every step of the way - from your very first day at the Victoria Police Academy - we will provide you with the training required, support you in developing skills, and help you pursue your goals.Duties:The roles and duties of general duties police officers means no two days are ever the same. General duties officers are the 'first responders' and can undertake a variety of duties on shift including: Investigate crimePrevent anti-social behaviourDeal with community safety concernsResolve disputesAttend/investigate accidentsThe possibilities of this roleManage flexible and agile teams according to demand for police services.Rise up the ranks. General duties officers are sworn in as a Probationary Constable before progressing to a Senior Constable, Sergeant, Senior Sergeant, providing lots of opportunities for career progression.Mentor others in your team or act as a community liaison.Learn specialist skills in fields such as the Critical Incident Response Team, Highway Patrol or Forensics.About You There is no one key attribute, skill or experience that Victoria Police looks for in our police officer candidates. Instead, it’s your overall suitability for the role. 18 years or older Strong communication skills (verbal and written)Healthy level of fitnessExperience working in team environmentsAustralian Citizen or hold Australian permanent residency to join Victoria Police. New Zealand Citizens must have a Special Category Visa and live in Australia to submit an applicationAn Australian driver’s licence, can be either manual or automatic. A probationary licence is acceptableFor full eligibility requirements visit police.vic.gov.au/careersBenefitsWe offer job security and a range of great perks including flexible rostering, on the job training and professional development.Paid Training: You will be paid to train and learn as a recruit from day one at the Victoria Police Academy.Competitive Salary: Once you are sworn in as a constable you will be paid $75,604 plus allowances per annum. In addition, there are shift penalties and overtime payments available.Work/Life balance: Shift work can provide benefits that office hours can’t – such as being able to drop the kids off at school, take on part-time studies or catch up with friends and familyCareer Progression: Specialise in as little as two years and receive training and support to progress through the ranks. Allowances and Leave: Receive up to nine weeks recreation leave, 16 weeks parental leave, study leave, long-service leave and additional superannuation.To learn more about the roles or to attend an information session visit police.vic.gov.au/policeApply NowVictoria Police is made for ambitious people looking for a more challenging, more rewarding, and more purposeful career. If you’re made for more, apply now.To start your application, please click the Apply Now link. • Tue, 02 JanVictoria Police
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Senior Compliance Officer » Perth, WA - ) and the system will be unavailable during this window. Convenience Buttons: Western Australia Police Force Senior... Compliance Officer Position Number: Pool Ref 00940 Level/Salary: Level 6, $110,309 - $121,569 p.a. (PSCSAA 2022) Work... • Wed, 17 JanGovernment of Western Australia$110309 - 121569 per year
Senior Child Safety Officer , Children, Youth Justice and Multicultural Affairs » Rockhampton, QLD - people in the child protection process. The Senior Child Safety Officer (SCSO) is responsible for delivering statutory child... Contact person Sue Kenny Contact details 4848 4500 Access the The Senior Child Safety Officer key responsibilities are: Deliver... • Wed, 17 JanQueensland Government
Technical Support Officer » Wanneroo, WA - from $77,727 to $82,801 per annum + Superannuation About the Position We are seeking a Technical Support Officer to assist the Asset Planning team... right to work in Australia and be willing to provide a National Police Clearance no older than 6 months.... • Wed, 17 Jan
Visiting Medical Officer - General Practitioner - Non Procedural - Holbrook MPS (apply via eCredential) » Holbrook, NSW - Employment Type: Visiting Medical Officer Position Classification: Visiting Medical Officer RDA FFS Requisition ID... and lifestyle of What you'll be doing A Visiting Medical Officer is required to provide Non-procedural GP services at Holbrook... • Wed, 17 JanNSW Health

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Impact and Engagement Officer » Melbourne, VIC - About You As the Impact and Engagement Officer (IEO), you will be responsible for maintaining GUSS, CUR, and SERC’s internal...: Appointment to this position is subject to passing a Working with Children and National Police Check. About the College RMIT... • Wed, 17 JanRMIT University
Policy Officer , Justice and Attorney-General » Brisbane, QLD - Are you dedicated Policy Officer fuelled by the desire to drive meaningful change for women and girls in Queensland...? This is your opportunity to join our team as a Policy Officer within the Office of the Independent Implementation Supervisor, Department... • Wed, 17 JanQueensland Government
Administration Officer » Australia - View Position Position Details Reference Number 25643 Position Title Administration Officer Employment Type Fixed... Term Part Time Service Administration Officer Location Parkville Salary $58,443.00 to $63,996.00 Position Summary... • Wed, 17 JanThe Royal Women's Hospital$58443 - 63996 per year
Enquiry Officer » Melbourne, VIC - and police misconduct. Our vision is a public sector and police that acts with integrity for all Victorians. Our team.... Your new role: We have an opportunity for an individual to join our Assessment & Review Unit as an Enquiry Officer on a fixed... • Wed, 17 JanState Government of Victoria$74580 - 82571 per year
Clinical Risk and Safety Officer » Malvern, VIC - Clinical Risk and Safety Officer Fixed term full time (maternity leave cover position) All Cabrini sites Cabrini.... The Clinical Risk & Safety Officer will support the Clinical Risk Manager in the initiation, planning, implementation... • Wed, 17 JanCabrini Health
Commercial Officer - 2 year FTC » Hawthorn, VIC - 24 month Fixed Term Contract The role As part of our Corporate group, the Commercial Officer will provide high... to: reference checks, Australian Federal Police check, verification of working rights and qualifications, sanctions screening and a pre... • Wed, 17 JanSaab
ICT Lead Software Engineer (iOS Lead Engineer) » Dunnstown, Moorabool Area - About the role: Are you ready to shape the digital future of Victoria Police? Do you want to help your community? Victoria Police's Information, Communications, and Digital Technology Division has been charged with creating world class software solutions to transform policing in Victoria. The frontline police officers and first responders will be using the applications every day in all aspects of their duties. As we embark on one of the most exciting software developments you will have the opportunity to shape the outcome of a major software system that will directly impact and transform modern frontline policing. Your system will need to be dynamic and robust to allow for the challenging environment in which it is used. This is a greenfield project and will give you the chance to “do it right from the start”. As an iOS Lead Engineer, you have the crucial role of building the application framework, upholding our software engineering processes and championing our standards and agile ways of working. You will work in a passionate engineering team dedicated to build and maintain solutions for our first responders to: Manage critical incidents and state-wide events (including natural disasters), Support proactive policing in the community, and Assist specialist units tackling issues such as youth offending, road safety, and cybercrime. We are seeking a talented and experienced iOS Application Engineer. This position offers opportunities to solve complex problems by working on diverse projects and would benefit from a versatile skill set backed by strong full stack iOS mobile engineering experiences. Victoria Police is a contemporary and agile workplace, supporting flexible working arrangements. As an iOS Lead Engineer, your duties will include: Design, implement and maintain robust, efficient, and scalable iOS applications. Code using Swift programming languages. Utilise strong software development principles, DevSecOps and best practices. Work with a variety of leaders, including police from across the organisation, our intelligence practitioners and senior management. Work collaboratively with internal teams to define, design, develop, and release new features. Unit-test code for robustness, including edge cases, usability, and general reliability. Work on bug fixing, improving code quality, optimisations and application performance. Engage in continuous improvement of all aspects of the software development lifecycle. Coach and guide other developers and team members as needed. As the successful applicant, you will have: Tertiary qualifications in Software Engineering, Computer Science, Mathematics, or related disciplines. Possess a minimum of 5 years of professional experience developing native iOS applications, showcasing your mastery in the field. Strong skills in Object-oriented programming. Excellent understanding of defensive coding and security. Requirements and relevant information: VPSG6 salary range $130,673 - $174,869 p.a. plus superannuation. This position is located at Victoria Police Centre, 311 Spencer Street, Docklands. The successful applicant will be required to undergo National Security Vetting, achieve and maintain a security classification as determined by the Department Head. To achieve this, applicants must be an Australian Citizen. ( Australian Citizenship is a must. PR not sufficient ) The successful applicant will be required to undergo pre-employment checks which may include fingerprint checks and misconduct screening. Your application must include: Resume Completed application form – the word document (2. Application form) for you to complete and attach to your submission, is attached to the job advertisement. Applications close midnight, Tuesday 16 January 2024. Please Note: All applications will need to be submitted through one of the following platforms; Jobs and Skills Exchange (JSE) website, Victorian Government careers website (Careers.vic) or Seek. Applications will not be accepted via other platforms or email. Current Victorian Government employees must apply via Jobs and Skills Exchange (JSE). If you have a disability/medical condition and require a copy of this advertisement and attached documentation in an accessible format or would like to discuss an access requirements/reasonable adjustment for the recruitment process, please contact VPS Recruitment via email VPSRECRUITMENTpolice.vic.gov.au or on (03) 8335 8082. About Us: Victoria Police has a dedicated workforce of more than 22,000 employees consisting of police, protective services officers, police custody officers, and public service staff. Each employee plays a vital role in providing the 24/7, 365 days a year emergency response and public safety capability the organisation delivers to its community. As a Victoria Police employee, you have a dedication and commitment to community safety. Having a workforce that reflects the community we serve is important to Victoria Police. We want to attract and retain people of all genders, ages, religions, disability, sexual orientation, family and caring responsibilities, and cultures including people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander heritage. If you are interested in a position, we encourage you to apply as we celebrate the benefit that diversity brings to our employees, our services, and our community. J-18808-Ljbffr • Wed, 17 JanState of Victoria
Customer Contact Officer-Victoria Police » Ballarat, Ballarat Region - EXCITING OPPORTUNITY WORKING WITH THE POLICE ASSISTANCE LINE Do you have a passion for the community and delivering a high level of customer service whilst working close to home? We invite you to join our supportive team at Serco, based in Ballarat (onsite) who support to deliver important services to everyday Victorians on behalf of our State Government client. Employment Type: Permanent Full-Time (38 hours/week) Training: 6 weeks full-time PAID training Roster: Operational 24/7 – we are looking for team members to fill a variety of shifts Benefits: a range of attractive discounts on products and services through our Benefits program and career development opportunities Join a values-based organisation and do interesting work which matters in helping Victorians access essential public services. Creating a positive and consistent experience for every customer through every interaction is at the heart of what we do. About the Role As a Customer Contact Officer, you will respond and direct all inbound calls as well as complete online enquiries on behalf of our State Government client. Guided by and following work instructions provided by the system called Knowledge, you will actively listen to each caller to understand their needs and their enquiry. Then using Knowledge/work instructions and your great customer service skills, you will: Allocate the call to the most appropriate area or referral based on the callers’ need and: make the referral path and transfer the caller to the most appropriate service (000, Crimestoppers., etc) or complete a crime or other report type in a timely manner Important to know: Our team members answer inbound phone calls from Victorian citizens for non-emergency situations. Sometimes callers share details that others may find distressing such as family violence, assault, death or injury. It’s important to note that whilst you may be exposed to this information, you will not need to handle these call types through to resolution. The task requires you to follow prescribed work instructions and transfer these calls to the most appropriate channel. You will receive regular check-ins with your Team Leader and be provided with resources to seek help and build your own tailored personal wellbeing plan. About You As a Customer Contact Officer with Serco, you will be servicing customer inbound and making outbound calls on behalf of our Victorian Government client. Your passion for supporting customers and ability to communicate effectively will assist with resolving enquiries and creating a positive experience for our customers. To ensure your success you will have: Demonstrated experience providing high quality customer service in a fast-paced environment the ability to competently navigate software platforms/ screens simultaneously Listen and communicate effectively and show empathy Maintain a calm, resilient composure Demonstrate the highest standards of professional conduct and support for others and work collaboratively in a team environment An interest in learning new information and embracing feedback on the job Successful candidates will also: Be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 (Minimum of Two vaccinations) to ensure the safety and well-being of our people Hold Australian Citizenship or appropriate unrestricted work rights Be required to complete pre-employment checks including relevant security clearances, computer competency and cognitive assessments. Benefits At Serco, we value the unique skills and experiences people bring to our organisation. We provide a range of benefits to support our paramount commitment to staff well-being, including: Fully paid, comprehensive on-the-job training at our contact centre Rewards and recognition program, including recognition and achievement awards and retail offerings (discounted health insurance, grocery vouchers, lifestyle benefits to name a few) Ongoing development tailored to your personal and career goals, including opportunities within the broader Serco business A supportive and diverse team with inclusivity and care at the heart of everything we do Access to our 24/7 Wellbeing programs including Employee Assistance Program for you and your family. About Us At Serco, not only is the nature of the work we do important, everyone has an important role to play, from caring for vulnerable people to managing complex public services. We are a team of 50,000 people responsible for delivering essential public services around the world in areas including defence, justice, immigration, healthcare, facilities management and citizen services. We are innovators, committed to redesigning and improving public services for the benefit of everyone. Apply now - Join us and make a difference every day We are committed to diversity and we encourage people to apply from different backgrounds. By joining Serco you will have access to our Global Employee Networks – SercoInspire (Gender), SercoEmbrace (Multicultural), SercoUnlimited (Disability) and InSerco (LBGTI) Serco Employee Networks, led by colleagues who are passionate about diversity, inclusion and belonging. Video • Wed, 17 JanSerco
Administration Support » Knox City Centre, Knox Area - About the role: The Medical Advisory Unit (MAU) provides expert occupational health services and advice to support the operational and recruitment activities of Victoria Police. The core business of MAU is: Conducting pre-employment medical assessments for Police Recruits, Protective Service Officers (PSOs) and Police Custody Officers (PCOs). Direction to Attend the Police Medical Officer to assess members' fitness for duty. Drug and Alcohol Workplace testing of Victoria Police members. Specialist Group Medicals as per statutory requirements. Medical Advice Line – 24/7 service that advises and supports members potentially exposed to blood borne viruses and other infectious diseases. If you are looking for some experience or further development in a professional medical and or customer service area within Victoria Police, this is an opportunity that may be of interest to you. Experience / Seeking Experience / Understanding of - Ability to provide professional reception and customer service. Good interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills and understanding of requirements to work effectively in sensitive situations. Ability to prioritise and produce accurate work within agreed deadlines operating under minimal supervision. Ability to establish and maintain accurate and efficient office systems and records. Keyboard and computing skills. An understanding of the customer service and working in a confidential environment. Position Duties: Provide high quality administrative support to the Division including efficient preparation and management of manual and computerised records. Maintain reception in a professional manner and provide an informed, high level courteous customer service to all clients. Assist with the organisation of appointments, meetings, referrals and reports to support the provision of clinical services. Complete correspondence, keyboard tasks, document movement and file security. Respond to requests for assistance or information from both internal and external clients in a professional and confidential manner in accordance with policy and legal requirements. May be required to undertake other duties, such as finance, procurement and file management support tasks. Requirements and relevant information: One (1) x fulltime, fixed term position available until 31 October 2024. These positions are located at Victoria Police Centre, 311 Spencer Street, Docklands. Applicants must be an Australian Citizen, Permanent Resident or hold a valid work permit or visa. The successful candidate will be required to undergo pre-employment checks which may include fingerprint checks and misconduct screening. Your application must include: Resume Completed application form – the word document (2. Application form) for you to complete and attach to your submission, is attached to the job advertisement. Applications close midnight, Tuesday 30 January 2024.Please Note: All applications will need to be submitted through one of the following platforms; Jobs and Skills Exchange (JSE) website or Victorian Government careers website (Careers.vic). Applications will not be accepted via other platforms or email. Current Victorian Government employees must apply via Jobs and Skills Exchange (JSE). For further information, please contact: Margaret Trist on (03) 8335 7975 or margaret.tristpolice.vic.gov.au. If you have a disability/medical condition and require a copy of this advertisement and attached documentation in an accessible format or would like to discuss an access requirements/reasonable adjustment for the recruitment process, please contact VPS Recruitment via email VPSRECRUITMENTpolice.vic.gov.au or on (03) 8335 8082. About Us: Victoria Police has a dedicated workforce of more than 22,000 employees consisting of police, protective services officers, police custody officers, and public service staff. Each employee plays a vital role in providing the 24/7, 365 days a year emergency response and public safety capability the organisation delivers to its community. As a Victoria Police employee, you have a dedication and commitment to community safety. Having a workforce that reflects the community we serve is important to Victoria Police. We want to attract and retain people of all genders, ages, religions, disability, sexual orientation, family and caring responsibilities, and cultures including people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander heritage. If you are interested in a position, we encourage you to apply as we celebrate the benefit that diversity brings to our employees, our services, and our community. Find out what it is like working as a Victorian Public Servant for Victoria Police: https://www.police.vic.gov.au/vpsHave you considered a career as a Police Officer, Protective Service Officer or Police Custody Officer: Roles and careers | Victoria Police • Wed, 17 JanVictoria Police
Senior Telecommunications Officer , Queensland Police Service » Queensland - Join our team! Frontline & Digital Division delivers ICT services to the Queensland Police Service, Queensland Fire... • Wed, 17 JanQueensland Government
Food Services Assistant (VPSG2) » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - Job Description Location: Melbourne | Eastern Metropolitan Job type: Full time Organisation: Victoria Police Salary: $56,834 - $72,985 Occupation: Hospitality and Tourism Reference: VG/E20021740 About the role: An exciting opportunity exists for a Food Services Assistant/Barista to join Victoria Police's People Development Command (PDC). PDC is responsible for delivering education, training and development for all employees of Victoria Police from their initial training and continuously through their career. This role forms part of an established team who deliver large scale catering through Café Alfredo to staff and residential students. The role is primarily located at the Victoria Police Academy with occasional attendance at Airlie Leadership Centre for special events. Victoria Police is a contemporary and agile workplace and supports flexible working arrangements. Your duties will include: Preparation of hot and cold beverages Assisting with serving and preparation of freshly cooked meals daily, as directed by Chef or Team Leader Assisting in maintenance of clean and safe environment Serving meals as directed by Chef or Team Leader Customer service in assisting with any enquiries from customers, staff or students from across the Academy As the successful applicant, you will have: Experience in contemporary high-volume catering with ability to multi-task Understanding of special dietary needs, and cultural food requirements Comfortable leading a team to achieve service outcomes Food safety certification Positive, solutions focused approach to work The ability to work successfully within a team environment Barista experience (highly desired) Passion for customer service Friendly communication skills Requirements and relevant information: One (1) x full-time ongoing position available. This position is located at Victoria Police Academy, View Mount Road, Glen Waverley. This position requires shift work as indicated in the Position Description (as attached to the advertisement). Applicants must be an Australian Citizen, Permanent Resident or hold a valid work permit or visa. The successful applicant will be required to undergo pre-employment checks which may include fingerprint checks and misconduct screening. Your application must include: Resume Completed application form – the word document (2. Application form) for you to complete and attach to your submission, is attached to the job advertisement. Applications close midnight, Thursday 18 January 2024. Please Note: All applications will need to be submitted through one of the following platforms; Jobs and Skills Exchange (JSE) website, Victorian Government careers website (Careers.vic) or Seek. Applications will not be accepted via other platforms or email. Current Victorian Government employees must apply via Jobs and Skills Exchange (JSE). For further information, please contact: Pauline Goodburn or Owen Barnes on 0413 423 560 or Pauline.goodburnpolice.vic.gov.au or owen.barnespolice.vic.gov.au. If you have a disability/medical condition and require a copy of this advertisement and attached documentation in an accessible format or would like to discuss an access requirements/reasonable adjustment for the recruitment process, please contact VPS Recruitment via email VPSRECRUITMENTpolice.vic.gov.au or on (03) 8335 8082. About Us: Victoria Police has a dedicated workforce of more than 22,000 employees consisting of police, protective services officers, police custody officers, and public service staff. Each employee plays a vital role in providing the 24/7, 365 days a year emergency response and public safety capability the organisation delivers to its community. As a Victoria Police employee, you have a dedication and commitment to community safety. Having a workforce that reflects the community we serve is important to Victoria Police. We want to attract and retain people of all genders, ages, religions, disability, sexual orientation, family and caring responsibilities, and cultures including people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander heritage. If you are interested in a position, we encourage you to apply as we celebrate the benefit that diversity brings to our employees, our services, and our community. Find out what it is like working as a Victorian Public Servant for Victoria Police: https://www.police.vic.gov.au/vps Have you considered a career as a Police Officer, Protective Service Officer or Police Custody Officer: Roles and careers | Victoria Police Job Closing Date 18 Jan, 2024 • Tue, 16 JanVictoria State Government
Principal Project Officer , Queensland Police Service » Queensland - Employee Relations provides strategic and operational advice to the Service including: the management and resolution of industrial issues and dispute resolution; enterprise bargaining negotiation and union consultation; representation and a... • Tue, 16 JanQueensland Government
Regional Support Officer (BR) & (NCR) , Queensland Police Service » Queensland - The School Support Officer Program (SSOP) capability comprises unsworn members of the Queensland Police Service (QPS... to senior management. Represent the School Support Officer Program and the Queensland Police Service as requested at inter... • Tue, 16 JanQueensland Government
Coordinator - Chief Information Officer - Various Roles » Australia - vacancies arising over the next 12 months. Did you know? The mission of the Australian Federal Police is to provide dynamic... and detection of crimes against the Commonwealth, its laws and integrity, and community police services to the Community of the ACT... • Tue, 16 JanAustralian Federal Police
Customer Contact Officer-Victoria Police » Bakery Hill, Ballarat - EXCITING OPPORTUNITY WORKING WITH THE POLICE ASSISTANCE LINE Do you have a passion for the community and delivering a high level of customer service whilst working close to home? We invite you to join our supportive team at Serco, based in Ballarat (onsite) who support to deliver important services to everyday Victorians on behalf of our State Government client. Employment Type: Permanent Full-Time (38 hours/week) Training: 6 weeks full-time PAID training Roster: Operational 24/7 – we are looking for team members to fill a variety of shifts Benefits: a range of attractive discounts on products and services through our Benefits program and career development opportunities Join a values-based organisation and do interesting work which matters in helping Victorians access essential public services. Creating a positive and consistent experience for every customer through every interaction is at the heart of what we do. About the Role As a Customer Contact Officer, you will respond and direct all inbound calls as well as complete online enquiries on behalf of our State Government client. Guided by and following work instructions provided by the system called Knowledge, you will actively listen to each caller to understand their needs and their enquiry. Then using Knowledge/work instructions and your great customer service skills, you will: Allocate the call to the most appropriate area or referral based on the callers’ need and: make the referral path and transfer the caller to the most appropriate service (000, Crimestoppers., etc) or complete a crime or other report type in a timely manner Important to know: Our team members answer inbound phone calls from Victorian citizens for non-emergency situations. Sometimes callers share details that others may find distressing such as family violence, assault, death or injury. It’s important to note that whilst you may be exposed to this information, you will not need to handle these call types through to resolution. The task requires you to follow prescribed work instructions and transfer these calls to the most appropriate channel. You will receive regular check-ins with your Team Leader and be provided with resources to seek help and build your own tailored personal wellbeing plan. About You As a Customer Contact Officer with Serco, you will be servicing customer inbound and making outbound calls on behalf of our Victorian Government client. Your passion for supporting customers and ability to communicate effectively will assist with resolving enquiries and creating a positive experience for our customers. To ensure your success you will have: Demonstrated experience providing high quality customer service in a fast-paced environment the ability to competently navigate software platforms/ screens simultaneously Listen and communicate effectively and show empathy Maintain a calm, resilient composure Demonstrate the highest standards of professional conduct and support for others and work collaboratively in a team environment An interest in learning new information and embracing feedback on the job Successful candidates will also: Be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 (Minimum of Two vaccinations) to ensure the safety and well-being of our people Hold Australian Citizenship or appropriate unrestricted work rights Be required to complete pre-employment checks including relevant security clearances, computer competency and cognitive assessments. Benefits At Serco, we value the unique skills and experiences people bring to our organisation. We provide a range of benefits to support our paramount commitment to staff well-being, including: Fully paid, comprehensive on-the-job training at our contact centre Rewards and recognition program, including recognition and achievement awards and retail offerings (discounted health insurance, grocery vouchers, lifestyle benefits to name a few) Ongoing development tailored to your personal and career goals, including opportunities within the broader Serco business A supportive and diverse team with inclusivity and care at the heart of everything we do Access to our 24/7 Wellbeing programs including Employee Assistance Program for you and your family. About Us At Serco, not only is the nature of the work we do important, everyone has an important role to play, from caring for vulnerable people to managing complex public services. We are a team of 50,000 people responsible for delivering essential public services around the world in areas including defence, justice, immigration, healthcare, facilities management and citizen services. We are innovators, committed to redesigning and improving public services for the benefit of everyone. Apply now - Join us and make a difference every day We are committed to diversity and we encourage people to apply from different backgrounds. By joining Serco you will have access to our Global Employee Networks – SercoInspire (Gender), SercoEmbrace (Multicultural), SercoUnlimited (Disability) and InSerco (LBGTI) Serco Employee Networks, led by colleagues who are passionate about diversity, inclusion and belonging. • Tue, 16 JanSerco
Administration Support » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - About the role: The Medical Advisory Unit (MAU) provides expert occupational health services and advice to support the operational and recruitment activities of Victoria Police. The core business of MAU is: Conducting pre-employment medical assessments for Police Recruits, Protective Service Officers (PSOs) and Police Custody Officers (PCOs). Direction to Attend the Police Medical Officer to assess members' fitness for duty. Drug and Alcohol Workplace testing of Victoria Police members. Specialist Group Medicals as per statutory requirements. Medical Advice Line – 24/7 service that advises and supports members potentially exposed to blood borne viruses and other infectious diseases. If you are looking for some experience or further development in a professional medical and or customer service area within Victoria Police, this is an opportunity that may be of interest to you. Experience / Seeking Experience / Understanding of - Ability to provide professional reception and customer service. Good interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills and understanding of requirements to work effectively in sensitive situations. Ability to prioritise and produce accurate work within agreed deadlines operating under minimal supervision. Ability to establish and maintain accurate and efficient office systems and records. Keyboard and computing skills. An understanding of the customer service and working in a confidential environment. Position Duties: Provide high quality administrative support to the Division including efficient preparation and management of manual and computerised records. Maintain reception in a professional manner and provide an informed, high level courteous customer service to all clients. Assist with the organisation of appointments, meetings, referrals and reports to support the provision of clinical services. Complete correspondence, keyboard tasks, document movement and file security. Respond to requests for assistance or information from both internal and external clients in a professional and confidential manner in accordance with policy and legal requirements. May be required to undertake other duties, such as finance, procurement and file management support tasks. Requirements and relevant information: One (1) x fulltime, fixed term position available until 31 October 2024. These positions are located at Victoria Police Centre, 311 Spencer Street, Docklands. Applicants must be an Australian Citizen, Permanent Resident or hold a valid work permit or visa. The successful candidate will be required to undergo pre-employment checks which may include fingerprint checks and misconduct screening. Your application must include: Resume Completed application form – the word document (2. Application form) for you to complete and attach to your submission, is attached to the job advertisement. Applications close midnight, Tuesday 30 January 2024.Please Note: All applications will need to be submitted through one of the following platforms; Jobs and Skills Exchange (JSE) website or Victorian Government careers website (Careers.vic). Applications will not be accepted via other platforms or email. Current Victorian Government employees must apply via Jobs and Skills Exchange (JSE). For further information, please contact: Margaret Trist on (03) 8335 7975 or margaret.tristpolice.vic.gov.au. If you have a disability/medical condition and require a copy of this advertisement and attached documentation in an accessible format or would like to discuss an access requirements/reasonable adjustment for the recruitment process, please contact VPS Recruitment via email VPSRECRUITMENTpolice.vic.gov.au or on (03) 8335 8082. About Us: Victoria Police has a dedicated workforce of more than 22,000 employees consisting of police, protective services officers, police custody officers, and public service staff. Each employee plays a vital role in providing the 24/7, 365 days a year emergency response and public safety capability the organisation delivers to its community. As a Victoria Police employee, you have a dedication and commitment to community safety. Having a workforce that reflects the community we serve is important to Victoria Police. We want to attract and retain people of all genders, ages, religions, disability, sexual orientation, family and caring responsibilities, and cultures including people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander heritage. If you are interested in a position, we encourage you to apply as we celebrate the benefit that diversity brings to our employees, our services, and our community. Find out what it is like working as a Victorian Public Servant for Victoria Police: https://www.police.vic.gov.au/vpsHave you considered a career as a Police Officer, Protective Service Officer or Police Custody Officer: Roles and careers | Victoria Police • Tue, 16 JanVictorian Government
Intelligence Officer » Perth, WA - vacancies arising over the next 12 months. Did you know? The mission of the Australian Federal Police is to provide dynamic... and detection of crimes against the Commonwealth, its laws and integrity, and community police services to the Community of the ACT... • Tue, 16 JanAustralian Federal Police$80821 - 95010 per year
Senior Employee Relations Officer , Queensland Police Service » Queensland - Do you have an interest in Employee Relations, excellent communications skills and a knack for problem solving. We would love for you to join our team within the QPS. Employee Relations provides strategic and operational advice to the Ser... • Tue, 16 JanQueensland Government
Project Officer , Queensland Police Service » Queensland - manner. Provide guidance, advice and assistance to members of the Police Command Standing Committee Secretariat. Represent... the Queensland Police Service at selected forums. Role Requirements: Mandatory: Applicants must be able to obtain... • Tue, 16 JanQueensland Government
Administration Officer , Queensland Police Service » Queensland - The QPS First Nations Division is leading the QPS response to the Inquiry, and the Legal Team will provide legal support to the First Nations Division, Senior Executive and QPS generally. Legal support will include providing advice, monitor... • Tue, 16 JanQueensland Government
Project Officer , Queensland Police Service » Queensland - of organisational culture. WAST works with all sections and areas of the Queensland Police Service on a ‘request for service' basis... • Tue, 16 JanQueensland Government
Project Officer , Queensland Police Service » Queensland - As a member of the EPMO, you will play a key role in contributing to the achievement of whole of agency outcomes through provision of services and advice on various aspects of the EPMO’s role which may include contribution to project, progr... • Mon, 15 JanQueensland Government
Police / Senior Police Liaison Officer (First Nations) » North West Area, Cairns Region - Job details Position status Permanent Position type Full-time Occupational group Emergency & Protective Services Classification OO4 Workplace Location North West Qld Job ad reference QLD/538251/24 Closing date 01-Feb-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration Contact person S/Sgt Adrian Rieck Contact details Phone: 07 4744 1134 Access the National Relay Service Key capabilities A description of the duties and key capabilities for this role are: As a First Nations Police Liaison Officer, you will assist in developing trust and understanding, between members of the Queensland Police Service and wider community, with particular focus to local First Nations communities. We value diversity and are actively seeking candidates with varied backgrounds who can think differently and innovate. In choosing the right person for this role we will consider what you have done previously - the knowledge, skills and experience you've built, your potential for development, and your personal qualities. The core capability requirements for this role are: Contribute to organisational understanding of First Nations cultures. Assist police officers to communicate effectively with cultural appropriateness to members of the local community by providing advice on First Nations customs and protocols. Work with QPS members to identify opportunities to strengthen community engagement and the development of QPS crime prevention and early intervention strategies, that are culturally appropriate. Assist First Nations community members to access policing services and provide advice to QPS members on referral to other community services where necessary. Positively and proactively engage with First Nations Community Groups including other multicultural and multifaith community groups to identify and build community based and community led programs and initiatives. Identify and link key stakeholders across police, community and government agencies in support of community based/ community led programs and/ or initiatives to improve community safety. Role Requirements This is an identified position. It is a genuine occupational requirement that an Identified position be filled by a First Nations person as permitted by and arguable under Section 25, 104 and 105 of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1991 (Qld). This position involves driving of QPS vehicles. The occupant of this position is required to hold a Queensland 'C' class driver's licence or have the ability to acquire a driver's licence. This position requires wearing a Police Liaison Officer uniform and adherence to the QPS Code of Dress and Appearance. This position requires working to a set roster and may also involve weekend work and shift work to attend local festivals, and forums and to meet the policing needs of the local area - Shift penalties and overtime may apply. Further information We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity. Please ensure you download all attachments and follow the instructions on how to apply. Three (3) positions available. Documents Before applying for this vacancy please ensure you read the documents below. 538254 24 - Role Description (Word, 2.47MB) 538254 24 - Applicant Guide (Word, 177KB) 538254 24 - Flyer - NR Mount Isa PLO (Word, 661KB) • Fri, 12 JanQueensland Government
Technology Support Officer , Queensland Police Service » Queensland - Division delivering ICT services to the Queensland Police Service, Queensland Fire and Emergency Services, the Inspector... • Fri, 12 JanQueensland Government
Principal Program Officer , Queensland Police Service » Queensland - The Policy and Programs Unit in the Child Abuse and Sexual Crime Group fulfils a broad range of policy and program functions focused on the operational policing areas of child protection, child death reviews, and sexual violence. As part ... • Fri, 12 JanQueensland Government
District Administration Officer , Queensland Police Service » Queensland - You will assist in the provision of quality administrative control as part of the Townsville District Office team and provide supervision of administrative staff. Townsville District Office management and administration team work together... • Fri, 12 JanQueensland Government
Senior Police Lawyer » Melbourne, VIC - as a Senior Lawyer within the Legal Services Department at Victoria Police. The Youth Law Group is responsible for providing... Department of Victoria Police. The Youth Law Group promotes performance excellence, staff wellbeing and fosters a shared... • Thu, 11 JanState Government of Victoria$92332 - 104762 per year
Project Officer , Queensland Police Service » Queensland - The Policy and Programs Unit in the Child Abuse and Sexual Crime Group fulfils a broad range of policy and program functions focused on the operational policing areas of child protection, child death reviews, and sexual violence. Job deta... • Thu, 11 JanQueensland Government
Principal Quality Officer , Queensland Police Service » Queensland - The Aviation Capability Group is seeking an experienced Principal Quality Officer based in Brisbane. The... • Thu, 11 JanQueensland Government
Divisional Administration Officer , Queensland Police Service » Queensland - You will assist in the provision of quality administrative control and to supervise administrative staff. Job details Position status Permanent Position type Full-time Occupational group Administration Classification AO4 Workplace Loc... • Thu, 11 JanQueensland Government
Police / Senior Police Liaison Officer (First Nations) » North West Area, Cairns Region - Key capabilities A description of the duties and key capabilities for this role are: - As a First Nations Police Liaison Officer, you will assist in developing trust and understanding, between members of the Queensland Police Service and wider community, with particular focus to local First Nations communities.- We value diversity and are actively seeking candidates with varied backgrounds who can think differently and innovate.- In choosing the right person for this role we will consider what you have done previously - the knowledge, skills and experience you've built, your potential for development, and your personal qualities. The core capability requirements for this role are: - Contribute to organisational understanding of First Nations cultures.- Assist police officers to communicate effectively with cultural appropriateness to members of the local community by providing advice on First Nations customs and protocols.- Work with QPS members to identify opportunities to strengthen community engagement and the development of QPS crime prevention and early intervention strategies, that are culturally appropriate.- Assist First Nations community members to access policing services and provide advice to QPS members on referral to other community services where necessary.- Positively and proactively engage with First Nations Community Groups including other multicultural and multifaith community groups to identify and build community based and community led programs and initiatives.- Identify and link key stakeholders across police, community and government agencies in support of community based/ community led programs and/ or initiatives to improve community safety. Role Requirements - This is an identified position. It is a genuine occupational requirement that an Identified position be filled by a First Nations person as permitted by and arguable under Section 25, 104 and 105 of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1991 (Qld).- This position involves driving of QPS vehicles. The occupant of this position is required to hold a Queensland 'C' class driver's licence or have the ability to acquire a driver's licence.- This position requires wearing a Police Liaison Officer uniform and adherence to the QPS Code of Dress and Appearance.- This position requires working to a set roster and may also involve weekend work and shift work to attend local festivals, and forums and to meet the policing needs of the local area - Shift penalties and overtime may apply. • Thu, 11 JanQueensland Government
Administration Officer , Queensland Police Service » Queensland - The Police Referrals team work collaboratively with frontline officers, district police referral coordinators, partner... agencies and members of the Domestic, Family Violence and Vulnerable Persons Command. Police Referrals provides the mechanism... • Thu, 11 JanQueensland Government
Police / Senior Police Liaison Officer (First Nations) , Queensland Police Service » Queensland - As a First Nations Police Liaison Officer in the Mount Isa district, your goal will be to assist in developing trust... capabilities A description of the duties and key capabilities for this role are: As a First Nations Police Liaison Officer... • Thu, 11 JanQueensland Government
Roster & Property Officer » Townsville Region, Queensland - Job details Position status Permanent Position type Full-time Occupational group Administration Classification AO4 Workplace Location Townsville region Job ad reference QLD/537074/24 Closing date 22-Jan-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration Contact person Snr Sgt Darren Tamblyn Contact details Mobile: 0447 261 498 Access the National Relay Service You will be working closely with a team of 17 police officers and police liaison officers who police the Island and the surrounding Islands within the cluster. You will oversee rostering, property management and supervise the AO3 whose duties include Transport and Main Roads services and governance of all correspondence within the station. As part of this role, you'll also collaborate with external and internal stakeholders to support policing within the Palm Island Police station. Your Key Accountabilities: The core capability requirements for this role are: Compile and amend staff rosters' according to budgetary and operational requirements in consultation with the Officer in Charge and ensure all rosters appropriately reflect Enterprise Bargaining Agreement equity requirements and rostering guidelines. Maintain and monitor leave management systems, including the monitoring of absenteeism trends and auditing of leave. Maintain control over and organise the disposal or destruction of property and exhibits in accordance with QPS procedures. Maintain a catalogue of exhibits, drugs and lost and unclaimed property and undertake regular audits of property holdings and monitor compliance in accordance with QPS property management procedures and policies. Give evidence in court regarding continuity of possession of exhibits. Provide training and advice to police and staff members on the appropriate storage, recovery, and disposal of property. Comply with workplace health and safety requirements, including the safe storage and disposal of weapons, drugs, and forensic exhibits. Contribute to the development of local property management procedures to reflect QPS policy and legislative requirements. Role Requirements: Technical/ Operational/ Educational experience: An ability to learn new systems including rostering within the ITAS system and Qprime property management that are used by the QPS. Experience with Microsoft Word and excel essential. A suitable level of cultural competence is desirable. Other: The role requires neat dress and appearance as you will have contact with a variety of external stakeholders and members of the public. Further information We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity. Please ensure you download all attachments and follow the instructions on how to apply. Documents Before applying for this vacancy please ensure you read the documents below. 537074-24-Role Profile (Word, 5.36MB) 537074-24-Applicant Guide non-Police - August 2023 (Word, 226KB) • Thu, 11 JanQueensland Government
Police/Senior Police Liaison Officer (First Nations) » Australia - Job details Position status Permanent Position type Flexible full-time Occupational group Community Engagement and Education Classification OO4 Workplace Location Logan - Beaudesert Job ad reference QLD/532439/23 Closing date 04-Feb-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration Contact person Vernita Pennington Contact details 3826 1822 Access the National Relay Service https://www.police.qld.gov.au/careers-with-theqps/ police-liaison-officers or email: PLORecruitmentpolice.qld.gov.au directly. Applications to remain current for 12 months Further information We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity. Please ensure you download all attachments and follow the instructions on how to apply. Documents Before applying for this vacancy please ensure you read the documents below. 532439 23 Position Description (Word, 2.48MB) 532439 23 APPLICANT GUIDE (Word, 2.47MB) • Thu, 11 JanQueensland Government
Station Client Service Officer , Queensland Police Service » Queensland - You will assist the Officer in Charge of the police establishment in service delivery to the public and provide broader... first point of contact to the public requiring assistance in police stations. Undertake duties with the... • Wed, 10 JanQueensland Government
Senior Strategy Officer , Queensland Police Service » Queensland - , process and capability to deliver police service functions, including strategic policy development and legislation development... • Wed, 10 JanQueensland Government
Senior Finance Officer , Queensland Police Service » Queensland - working office working to achieve QPS business objectives and the objectives of the Police and Emergency Services Reform... Queensland Police Commissioner and the Special Coordinator for Reform (SCR) with assurance that investments result in... • Tue, 09 JanQueensland Government
Senior Strategy Officer , Queensland Police Service » Queensland - functions for the Queensland Police Service. As part of this role, you will provide advice and support to assist the development... • Tue, 09 JanQueensland Government
Roster & Property Officer » Townsville, Townsville Region - You will be working closely with a team of 17 police officers and police liaison officers who police the Island and the surrounding Islands within the cluster. You will oversee rostering, property management and supervise the AO3 whose duties include Transport and Main Roads services and governance of all correspondence within the station. As part of this role, you'll also collaborate with external and internal stakeholders to support policing within the Palm Island Police station. Your Key Accountabilities: The core capability requirements for this role are: Compile and amend staff rosters' according to budgetary and operational requirements in consultation with the Officer in Charge and ensure all rosters appropriately reflect Enterprise Bargaining Agreement equity requirements and rostering guidelines. Maintain and monitor leave management systems, including the monitoring of absenteeism trends and auditing of leave. Maintain control over and organise the disposal or destruction of property and exhibits in accordance with QPS procedures. Maintain a catalogue of exhibits, drugs and lost and unclaimed property and undertake regular audits of property holdings and monitor compliance in accordance with QPS property management procedures and policies. Give evidence in court regarding continuity of possession of exhibits. Provide training and advice to police and staff members on the appropriate storage, recovery, and disposal of property. Comply with workplace health and safety requirements, including the safe storage and disposal of weapons, drugs, and forensic exhibits. Contribute to the development of local property management procedures to reflect QPS policy and legislative requirements. Role Requirements: Technical/ Operational/ Educational experience: An ability to learn new systems including rostering within the ITAS system and Qprime property management that are used by the QPS. Experience with Microsoft Word and excel essential. A suitable level of cultural competence is desirable. Other: The role requires neat dress and appearance as you will have contact with a variety of external stakeholders and members of the public.This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Australia License. • Tue, 09 JanQueensland Police Service
Police/Senior Police Liaison Officer (First Nations) , Queensland Police Service » Queensland - An opportunity exists to become a Police Liaison Officer and join the Queensland Police Service (QPS), in the Logan...? Come join us, be a First Nations Police Liaison Officer! You will play a key role in establishing and maintaining positive rapport... • Mon, 08 JanQueensland Government
Roster & Property Officer , Queensland Police Service » Queensland - Darren Tamblyn Contact details Mobile: 0447 261 498 Access the You will be working closely with a team of 17 police... officers and police liaison officers who police the Island and the surrounding Islands within the cluster. You will oversee... • Mon, 08 JanQueensland Government
Roster & Property Officer » Townsville Region, Queensland - You will be working closely with a team of 17 police officers and police liaison officers who police the Island and the surrounding Islands within the cluster. You will oversee rostering, property management and supervise the AO3 whose duties include Transport and Main Roads services and governance of all correspondence within the station. As part of this role, you'll also collaborate with external and internal stakeholders to support policing within the Palm Island Police station. Your Key Accountabilities: The core capability requirements for this role are: Compile and amend staff rosters' according to budgetary and operational requirements in consultation with the Officer in Charge and ensure all rosters appropriately reflect Enterprise Bargaining Agreement equity requirements and rostering guidelines. Maintain and monitor leave management systems, including the monitoring of absenteeism trends and auditing of leave. Maintain control over and organise the disposal or destruction of property and exhibits in accordance with QPS procedures. Maintain a catalogue of exhibits, drugs and lost and unclaimed property and undertake regular audits of property holdings and monitor compliance in accordance with QPS property management procedures and policies. Give evidence in court regarding continuity of possession of exhibits. Provide training and advice to police and staff members on the appropriate storage, recovery, and disposal of property. Comply with workplace health and safety requirements, including the safe storage and disposal of weapons, drugs, and forensic exhibits. Contribute to the development of local property management procedures to reflect QPS policy and legislative requirements. Role Requirements: Technical/ Operational/ Educational experience: An ability to learn new systems including rostering within the ITAS system and Qprime property management that are used by the QPS. Experience with Microsoft Word and excel essential. A suitable level of cultural competence is desirable. Other: The role requires neat dress and appearance as you will have contact with a variety of external stakeholders and members of the public. • Mon, 08 JanQueensland Government
Police/Senior Police Liaison Officer (First Nations) » Logan Area, Brisbane Region - You will be required to establish and maintain positive rapport between culturally specific communities and the QPS, with a particular focus to the Logan Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities. At the QPS we provide equal opportunities for everyone in our organisation while offering employment/job security, flexible working options and opportunities for career progression and career development. It really is an exciting time to join the QPS - come join us Are you passionate about helping and working with your community? Come join us, be a First Nations Police Liaison Officer You will play a key role in establishing and maintaining positive rapport between culturally specific communities while also developing good strong relationships between the QPS and the Logan Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community. As a First Nations PLO, you will join an established team of PLOs aimed at working together towards providing a safer Logan through connected and engaged relationships. What we are looking for: - Are you a good communicator? - Do you have a passion for community engagement? - Interested in working in crime prevention? - Do you have an open class C drivers Licence? This is an identified position. It is a genuine occupational requirement that this Identified position be filled by an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander person. You will work with QPS members to identify opportunities to strengthen community engagement and the development of QPS crime prevention and early intervention strategies, that are culturally appropriate. In choosing the right person for this role, we will consider what you have done previously - the knowledge, skills and experience you've built, your potential for development, and your personal qualities. Further information about the role and how to apply for this position can be viewed from the Documents section below. It is also encouraged that when downloading these documents, the information is read carefully prior to submitting an application. For more information, please visit https://www.police.qld.gov.au/careers-with-theqps/ police-liaison-officers or email: PLORecruitmentpolice.qld.gov.au directly. Applications to remain current for 12 months • Mon, 08 JanQueensland Government
Administration Officer , Queensland Police Service » Queensland - You will provide broad administrative support across the station/establishment and undertake duties providing support services and information to members of the public. Job details Position status Permanent Position type Full-time Occup... • Mon, 08 JanQueensland Government
Senior Project Officer , Queensland Police Service » Queensland - Queensland Police Service, the legal profession, government agencies towards the establishment of effective working relationships... and advice. Cooperate with police personnel to maximise use of resources. Create a working environment that encourages teamwork... • Mon, 08 JanQueensland Government
Intelligence Support Officer (VPSG2) » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - Job Description Location: Melbourne | CBD Job type: Full time Organisation: Victoria Police Salary: $56,834 - $72,985 Occupation: Administration/Secretarial Reference: VG/E20009496B About the role: The Information Services Team that sits within the Intelligence Collection and Liaison Unit. The team is responsible for managing the Request Management System (RMSWeb). RMSWeb is the central request application platform used by frontline members to request information from a range of telecommunications companies, internet providers and other government agencies. The RMSWeb application plays a critical role in supporting front line investigations across Victoria Police. Victoria Police is a contemporary and agile workplace and supports flexible working arrangements. Your duties will include: Processing of information requests within the RMSWeb platform. Responding to enquiries providing verbal and /or written advice and options to stakeholders. Prioritisation of workloads. As the successful applicant, you will have: Experience using a range of software platforms. An ability to follow due process without supervision. An ability to present established information/training packages. Experience in handling large workloads. Knowledge of secure information handling processes. Requirements and relevant information: One (1) x full-time, ongoing position available. This position is located at Victoria Police Centre, 311 Spencer Street, Docklands. The successful applicant will be required to undergo National Security Vetting, achieve and maintain a security classification as determined by the Department Head. To achieve this, applicants must be an Australian Citizen. The successful candidate will be required to undergo pre-employment checks which may include fingerprint checks and misconduct screening. Your application must include: Resume Cover Letter Completed application form – the word document (2. Application form) for you to complete and attach to your submission, is attached to the job advertisement. Applications close midnight, Thursday 18 January 2024. Please Note: All applications will need to be submitted through one of the following platforms; Jobs and Skills Exchange (JSE) website, Victorian Government careers website (Careers.vic). Applications will not be accepted via other platforms or email. Current Victorian Government employees must apply via Jobs and Skills Exchange (JSE). For further information, please contact: Vanessa Mashford on 03 8335 8689 or vanessa.mashfordpolice.vic.gov.au. If you have a disability/medical condition and require a copy of this advertisement and attached documentation in an accessible format or would like to discuss an access requirements/reasonable adjustment for the recruitment process, please contact VPS Recruitment via email VPSRECRUITMENTpolice.vic.gov.au or on (03) 8533 1440. About Us: Victoria Police has a dedicated workforce of more than 22,000 employees consisting of police, protective services officers, police custody officers, and public service staff. Each employee plays a vital role in providing the 24/7, 365 days a year emergency response and public safety capability the organisation delivers to its community. As a Victoria Police employee, you have a dedication and commitment to community safety. Having a workforce that reflects the community we serve is important to Victoria Police. We want to attract and retain people of all genders, ages, religions, disability, sexual orientation, family and caring responsibilities, and cultures including people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander heritage. If you are interested in a position, we encourage you to apply as we celebrate the benefit that diversity brings to our employees, our services, and our community. Find out what it is like working as a Victorian Public Servant for Victoria Police: https://www.police.vic.gov.au/vps Have you considered a career as a Police Officer, Protective Service Officer or Police Custody Officer: Roles and careers | Victoria Police • Sun, 07 JanVictoria Police
Food Services Assistant » Glen Waverley, Monash Area - About the role: An exciting opportunity exists for a Food Services Assistant/Barista to join Victoria Police's People Development Command (PDC). PDC is responsible for delivering education, training and development for all employees of Victoria Police from their initial training and continuously through their career. This role forms part of an established team who deliver large scale catering through Café Alfredo to staff and residential students. The role is primarily located at the Victoria Police Academy with occasional attendance at Airlie Leadership Centre for special events. Victoria Police is a contemporary and agile workplace and supports flexible working arrangements. Your duties will include: Preparation of hot and cold beverages Assisting with serving and preparation of freshly cooked meals daily, as directed by Chef or Team Leader Assisting in maintenance of clean and safe environment Serving meals as directed by Chef or Team Leader Customer service in assisting with any enquiries from customers, staff or students from across the Academy As the successful applicant, you will have: Experience in contemporary high-volume catering with ability to multi-task Understanding of special dietary needs, and cultural food requirements Comfortable leading a team to achieve service outcomes Food safety certification Positive, solutions focused approach to work The ability to work successfully within a team environment Barista experience (highly desired) Passion for customer service Friendly communication skills Requirements and relevant information: One (1) x full-time ongoing position available. This position is located at Victoria Police Academy, View Mount Road, Glen Waverley. This position requires shift work as indicated in the Position Description (as attached to the advertisement). Applicants must be an Australian Citizen, Permanent Resident or hold a valid work permit or visa. The successful applicant will be required to undergo pre-employment checks which may include fingerprint checks and misconduct screening. Your application must include: Resume Completed application form - the word document (2. Application form) for you to complete and attach to your submission, is attached to the job advertisement. Applications close midnight, Thursday 18 January 2024. Please Note: All applications will need to be submitted through one of the following platforms; Jobs and Skills Exchange (JSE) website, Victorian Government careers website (Careers.vic) or Seek. Applications will not be accepted via other platforms or email. Current Victorian Government employees must apply via Jobs and Skills Exchange (JSE). For further information, please contact: Pauline Goodburn or Owen Barnes on 0413 423 560 or Pauline.goodburnpolice.vic.gov.au or owen.barnespolice.vic.gov.au. If you have a disability/medical condition and require a copy of this advertisement and attached documentation in an accessible format or would like to discuss an access requirements/reasonable adjustment for the recruitment process, please contact VPS Recruitment via email VPSRECRUITMENTpolice.vic.gov.au or on (03) 8335 8082. About Us: Victoria Police has a dedicated workforce of more than 22,000 employees consisting of police, protective services officers, police custody officers, and public service staff. Each employee plays a vital role in providing the 24/7, 365 days a year emergency response and public safety capability the organisation delivers to its community. As a Victoria Police employee, you have a dedication and commitment to community safety. Having a workforce that reflects the community we serve is important to Victoria Police. We want to attract and retain people of all genders, ages, religions, disability, sexual orientation, family and caring responsibilities, and cultures including people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander heritage. If you are interested in a position, we encourage you to apply as we celebrate the benefit that diversity brings to our employees, our services, and our community. Find out what it is like working as a Victorian Public Servant for Victoria Police: https://www.police.vic.gov.au/vps Have you considered a career as a Police Officer, Protective Service Officer or Police Custody Officer: Roles and careers | Victoria Police • Sat, 06 JanVictoria Police
Intelligence Support Officer » Knox City Centre, Knox Area - About the role: The Information Services Team that sits within the Intelligence Collection and Liaison Unit. The team is responsible for managing the Request Management System (RMSWeb). RMSWeb is the central request application platform used by frontline members to request information from a range of telecommunications companies, internet providers and other government agencies. The RMSWeb application plays a critical role in supporting front line investigations across Victoria Police. Victoria Police is a contemporary and agile workplace and supports flexible working arrangements. Your duties will include: Processing of information requests within the RMSWeb platform. Responding to enquiries providing verbal and /or written advice and options to stakeholders. Prioritisation of workloads. As the successful applicant, you will have: Experience using a range of software platforms. An ability to follow due process without supervision. An ability to present established information/training packages. Experience in handling large workloads. Knowledge of secure information handling processes. Requirements and relevant information: One (1) x full-time, ongoing position available. This position is located at Victoria Police Centre, 311 Spencer Street, Docklands. The successful applicant will be required to undergo National Security Vetting, achieve and maintain a security classification as determined by the Department Head. To achieve this, applicants must be an Australian Citizen. The successful candidate will be required to undergo pre-employment checks which may include fingerprint checks and misconduct screening. Your application must include: Resume Cover Letter Completed application form – the word document (2. Application form) for you to complete and attach to your submission, is attached to the job advertisement. Applications close midnight, Thursday 18 January 2024. Please Note: All applications will need to be submitted through one of the following platforms; Jobs and Skills Exchange (JSE) website, Victorian Government careers website (Careers.vic). Applications will not be accepted via other platforms or email. Current Victorian Government employees must apply via Jobs and Skills Exchange (JSE). For further information, please contact: Vanessa Mashford on 03 8335 8689 or vanessa.mashfordpolice.vic.gov.au. If you have a disability/medical condition and require a copy of this advertisement and attached documentation in an accessible format or would like to discuss an access requirements/reasonable adjustment for the recruitment process, please contact VPS Recruitment via email VPSRECRUITMENTpolice.vic.gov.au or on (03) 8533 1440. About Us: Victoria Police has a dedicated workforce of more than 22,000 employees consisting of police, protective services officers, police custody officers, and public service staff. Each employee plays a vital role in providing the 24/7, 365 days a year emergency response and public safety capability the organisation delivers to its community. As a Victoria Police employee, you have a dedication and commitment to community safety. Having a workforce that reflects the community we serve is important to Victoria Police. We want to attract and retain people of all genders, ages, religions, disability, sexual orientation, family and caring responsibilities, and cultures including people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander heritage. If you are interested in a position, we encourage you to apply as we celebrate the benefit that diversity brings to our employees, our services, and our community. Find out what it is like working as a Victorian Public Servant for Victoria Police: https://www.police.vic.gov.au/vps Have you considered a career as a Police Officer, Protective Service Officer or Police Custody Officer: Roles and careers | Victoria Police • Sat, 06 JanVictoria Police
Intelligence Support Officer » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - About the role: The Information Services Team that sits within the Intelligence Collection and Liaison Unit. The team is responsible for managing the Request Management System (RMSWeb). RMSWeb is the central request application platform used by frontline members to request information from a range of telecommunications companies, internet providers and other government agencies. The RMSWeb application plays a critical role in supporting front line investigations across Victoria Police. Victoria Police is a contemporary and agile workplace and supports flexible working arrangements. Your duties will include: Processing of information requests within the RMSWeb platform. Responding to enquiries providing verbal and /or written advice and options to stakeholders. Prioritisation of workloads. As the successful applicant, you will have: Experience using a range of software platforms. An ability to follow due process without supervision. An ability to present established information/training packages. Experience in handling large workloads. Knowledge of secure information handling processes. Requirements and relevant information: One (1) x full-time, ongoing position available. This position is located at Victoria Police Centre, 311 Spencer Street, Docklands. The successful applicant will be required to undergo National Security Vetting, achieve and maintain a security classification as determined by the Department Head. To achieve this, applicants must be an Australian Citizen. The successful candidate will be required to undergo pre-employment checks which may include fingerprint checks and misconduct screening. Your application must include: Resume Cover Letter Completed application form – the word document (2. Application form) for you to complete and attach to your submission, is attached to the job advertisement. Applications close midnight, Thursday 18 January 2024. Please Note: All applications will need to be submitted through one of the following platforms; Jobs and Skills Exchange (JSE) website, Victorian Government careers website (Careers.vic). Applications will not be accepted via other platforms or email. Current Victorian Government employees must apply via Jobs and Skills Exchange (JSE). For further information, please contact: Vanessa Mashford on 03 8335 8689 or vanessa.mashfordpolice.vic.gov.au. If you have a disability/medical condition and require a copy of this advertisement and attached documentation in an accessible format or would like to discuss an access requirements/reasonable adjustment for the recruitment process, please contact VPS Recruitment via email VPSRECRUITMENTpolice.vic.gov.au or on (03) 8533 1440. About Us: Victoria Police has a dedicated workforce of more than 22,000 employees consisting of police, protective services officers, police custody officers, and public service staff. Each employee plays a vital role in providing the 24/7, 365 days a year emergency response and public safety capability the organisation delivers to its community. As a Victoria Police employee, you have a dedication and commitment to community safety. Having a workforce that reflects the community we serve is important to Victoria Police. We want to attract and retain people of all genders, ages, religions, disability, sexual orientation, family and caring responsibilities, and cultures including people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander heritage. If you are interested in a position, we encourage you to apply as we celebrate the benefit that diversity brings to our employees, our services, and our community. Find out what it is like working as a Victorian Public Servant for Victoria Police: https://www.police.vic.gov.au/vps Have you considered a career as a Police Officer, Protective Service Officer or Police Custody Officer: Roles and careers | Victoria Police • Fri, 05 JanVictorian Government
Senior Policy Officer , Queensland Police Service » Queensland - of Government strategies and Queensland Police Service strategic and operational plans related to policing child protection... Queensland Police Service, which impact on child protection and sexual violence and liaise and negotiate with those agencies... • Fri, 05 JanQueensland Government
Exhibit Management/Administration Officer » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - Victoria Police Forensic Services Department Forensic Evidence Management Unit VPS-2 ongoing position available FEMU/HMMU/FEDU Function: - The units are responsible for receiving, documenting, recording on computer, packaging, labelling, storing, and distributing items for forensic examination by VPFSC staff. The Units liaises between operational police, other clients, and forensic staff to facilitate the examination of items and to distribute reports. The units also liaise with various groups to reduce the handling and storage of exhibits prior to analyses or destructions. About the role: The VPS2 Exhibit Management/Admin Officer – is responsible for providing a quality administration service to the FEMU/HMMU/FEDU. Victoria Police is a contemporary and agile workplace and support flexible working arrangements. As the successful applicant, some of your duties will include: Operate as an effective team member in a team environment and deliver a quality, timely and effective customer service, via telephone, email and counter service. Provide timely and accurate advice to internal and external stakeholders, clients and customers based on relevant regulations, policies, procedures and guidelines. Undertake data collection and analysis activities. Prepare routine correspondence, file notations and standard reports using a range of software applications. Record on computer, casework details, records and other details as required by legislation or as necessary for samples requiring DNA profiling. Support the Forensic Services Department (FSD) Quality Management System, continuous improvement and planning processes through the identification, resolution and appropriate escalation of operational problems particularly relevant to the immediate work area. Receive, label, record, package, store and distribute evidentiary items. Maintain records, filing systems and distribute documentation relevant to exhibits. Under expert direction, process and preserve biological samples as part of evidence storage. Present supportive evidence of fact in Courts of Law regarding exhibit tracking/management/destruction, as required. Skills & Experience As the successful applicant, you will have: Demonstrated experience in performing a range of administrative support duties including the preparation of reports and correspondence, minute taking and basic research activities. Appropriate word processing and computer skills including the ability to develop and maintain appropriate work recording and monitoring systems. Proven organisational and problem-solving skills and the ability to undertake and complete a number of activities within acceptable timeframes. Well-developed communication and interpersonal skills including the ability to deal competently with senior police members, external agencies and other personnel. Demonstrated ability to function within a team environment and deal appropriately with sensitive and highly confidential information and issues. An understanding of the customer service requirements of the position and a demonstrated record of strong commitment and achievement in meeting customer needs. A proven record of ethical behaviour and a demonstrated commitment to the Victoria Police Code of Ethics and Conduct and the Organisational Values. Requirements and relevant information: Position is located at 31 Forensic drive Macleod, Victoria. The successful candidate will be required to undergo pre-employment checks which may include fingerprint checks and misconduct screening. The successful candidate will be required to provide a DNA sample (buccal swab) for use in laboratory quality control procedures (elimination purposes only). The position may require the incumbent to work outside the ordinary hours e.g. (Shift work/Overtime/On call), and attend crime scenes Applicants must be an Australian Citizen, Permanent Resident or hold a valid work permit or visa. For your application to be considered, your application must include: Resume, and Completed application form – Application form is attached to the advertisement. You must respond to the questions in the application form and attach same for your submission to be complete. Please Note: All applications will need to be submitted through the following platform: Job Skills Exchange (JSE) and careers.vic.gov.au website. Applications will not be accepted via other platforms or email. Current Victorian Government employees must apply via Jobs and Skills Exchange (JSE). Applications close midnight, Sunday 7th January 2024. For further information on this role please contact Melissa Hall via email melissa.hallpolice.vic.gov.au or 03 9450-3489. If you have a disability/medical condition and require a copy of this advertisement and attached documentation in an accessible format or would like to discuss an access requirements/reasonable adjustment for the recruitment process, please contact VPS Recruitment via email FORENSIC-RECRUIT-ESTAB-MGRpolice.vic.gov.au. About Us: Victoria Police has a dedicated workforce of more than 22,000 employees consisting of police, protective services officers, police custody officers, and public service staff. Each employee plays a vital role in providing the 24/7, 365 days a year emergency response and public safety capability the organisation delivers to its community. As a Victoria Police employee, you have a dedication and commitment to community safety. Having a workforce that reflects the community we serve is important to Victoria Police. We want to attract and retain people of all genders, ages, religions, disability, sexual orientation, family and caring responsibilities, and cultures including people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander heritage. If you are interested in a position, we encourage you to apply as we celebrate the benefit that diversity brings to our employees, our services, and our community. Find out what it is like working as a Victorian Public Servant for Victoria Police: https://www.police.vic.gov.au/vps Have you considered a career as a Police Officer, Protective Service Officer or Police Custody Officer: Roles and careers | Victoria Police • Fri, 05 JanVictoria Police
ICT Lead Software Engineer (iOS Lead Engineer) (VPSG6) » Dunnstown, Moorabool Area - Job posted: 02/01/2024 Are you ready to shape the digital future of Victoria Police? Do you want to help your community? Victoria Police's Information, Communications, and Digital Technology Division has been charged with creating world class software solutions to transform policing in Victoria. The frontline police officers and first responders will be using the applications every day in all aspects of their duties. As we embark on one of the most exciting software developments you will have the opportunity to shape the outcome of a major software system that will directly impact and transform modern frontline policing. Your system will need to be dynamic and robust to allow for the challenging environment in which it is used. This is a greenfield project and will give you the chance to “do it right from the start”. As an iOS Lead Engineer, you have the crucial role of building the application framework, upholding our software engineering processes and championing our standards and agile ways of working. You will work in a passionate engineering team dedicated to build and maintain solutions for our first responders to: Manage critical incidents and state-wide events (including natural disasters), Support proactive policing in the community, and Assist specialist units tackling issues such as youth offending, road safety, and cybercrime. We are seeking a talented and experienced iOS Application Engineer. This position offers opportunities to solve complex problems by working on diverse projects and would benefit from a versatile skill set backed by strong full stack iOS mobile engineering experiences. Victoria Police is a contemporary and agile workplace, supporting flexible working arrangements. As an iOS Lead Engineer, your duties will include: Design, implement and maintain robust, efficient, and scalable iOS applications. Code using Swift programming languages. Utilise strong software development principles, DevSecOps and best practices. Work with a variety of leaders, including police from across the organisation, our intelligence practitioners and senior management. Work collaboratively with internal teams to define, design, develop, and release new features. Unit-test code for robustness, including edge cases, usability, and general reliability. Work on bug fixing, improving code quality, optimisations and application performance. Engage in continuous improvement of all aspects of the software development lifecycle. Coach and guide other developers and team members as needed. As the successful applicant, you will have: Tertiary qualifications in Software Engineering, Computer Science, Mathematics, or related disciplines. Possess a minimum of 5 years of professional experience developing native iOS applications, showcasing your mastery in the field. Strong skills in Object-oriented programming. Excellent understanding of defensive coding and security. Requirements and relevant information: VPSG6 salary range $130,673 - $174,869 p.a. plus superannuation. This position is located at Victoria Police Centre, 311 Spencer Street, Docklands. The successful applicant will be required to undergo National Security Vetting, achieve and maintain a security classification as determined by the Department Head. To achieve this, applicants must be an Australian Citizen. ( Australian Citizenship is a must. PR not sufficient ) The successful applicant will be required to undergo pre-employment checks which may include fingerprint checks and misconduct screening. Your application must include: Resume Completed application form – the word document (2. Application form) for you to complete and attach to your submission, is attached to the job advertisement. Applications close midnight, Tuesday 16 January 2024. Please Note: All applications will need to be submitted through one of the following platforms; Jobs and Skills Exchange (JSE) website, Victorian Government careers website (Careers.vic) or Seek. Applications will not be accepted via other platforms or email. Current Victorian Government employees must apply via Jobs and Skills Exchange (JSE). If you have a disability/medical condition and require a copy of this advertisement and attached documentation in an accessible format or would like to discuss an access requirements/reasonable adjustment for the recruitment process, please contact VPS Recruitment via email VPSRECRUITMENTpolice.vic.gov.au or on (03) 8335 8082. About Us: Victoria Police has a dedicated workforce of more than 22,000 employees consisting of police, protective services officers, police custody officers, and public service staff. Each employee plays a vital role in providing the 24/7, 365 days a year emergency response and public safety capability the organisation delivers to its community. As a Victoria Police employee, you have a dedication and commitment to community safety. Having a workforce that reflects the community we serve is important to Victoria Police. We want to attract and retain people of all genders, ages, religions, disability, sexual orientation, family and caring responsibilities, and cultures including people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander heritage. If you are interested in a position, we encourage you to apply as we celebrate the benefit that diversity brings to our employees, our services, and our community. 46 jobs are currently listed for Victoria Police Job type: Full time Job classification: VPSG6 Contact: J-18808-Ljbffr • Fri, 05 JanState Government of Victoria, Australia
ICT Lead Software Engineer » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - About the role: Are you ready to shape the digital future of Victoria Police? Do you want to help your community? Victoria Police's Information, Communications, and Digital Technology Division has been charged with creating world class software solutions to transform policing in Victoria. The frontline police officers and first responders will be using the applications every day in all aspects of their duties. As we embark on one of the most exciting software developments you will have the opportunity to shape the outcome of a major software system that will directly impact and transform modern frontline policing. Your system will need to be dynamic and robust to allow for the challenging environment in which it is used. This is a greenfield project and will give you the chance to “do it right from the start”. As an iOS Lead Engineer, you have the crucial role of building the application framework, upholding our software engineering processes and championing our standards and agile ways of working. You will work in a passionate engineering team dedicated to build and maintain solutions for our first responders to: Manage critical incidents and state-wide events (including natural disasters), Support proactive policing in the community, and Assist specialist units tackling issues such as youth offending, road safety, and cybercrime. We are seeking a talented and experienced iOS Application Engineer. This position offers opportunities to solve complex problems by working on diverse projects and would benefit from a versatile skill set backed by strong full stack iOS mobile engineering experiences. Victoria Police is a contemporary and agile workplace, supporting flexible working arrangements. As an iOS Lead Engineer, your duties will include: Design, implement and maintain robust, efficient, and scalable iOS applications. Code using Swift programming languages. Utilise strong software development principles, DevSecOps and best practices. Work with a variety of leaders, including police from across the organisation, our intelligence practitioners and senior management. Work collaboratively with internal teams to define, design, develop, and release new features. Unit-test code for robustness, including edge cases, usability, and general reliability. Work on bug fixing, improving code quality, optimisations and application performance. Engage in continuous improvement of all aspects of the software development lifecycle. Coach and guide other developers and team members as needed. As the successful applicant, you will have: Tertiary qualifications in Software Engineering, Computer Science, Mathematics, or related disciplines. Possess a minimum of 5 years of professional experience developing native iOS applications, showcasing your mastery in the field. Strong skills in Object-oriented programming. Excellent understanding of defensive coding and security. Requirements and relevant information: One (1) x full-time, ongoing position available. VPSG6 salary range $130,673 - $174,869 p.a. plus superannuation. This position is located at Victoria Police Centre, 311 Spencer Street, Docklands. The successful applicant will be required to undergo National Security Vetting, achieve and maintain a security classification as determined by the Department Head. To achieve this, applicants must be an Australian Citizen. (Australian Citizenship is a must. PR not sufficient) The successful applicant will be required to undergo pre-employment checks which may include fingerprint checks and misconduct screening. Your application must include: Resume Completed application form – the word document (2. Application form) for you to complete and attach to your submission, is attached to the job advertisement. Applications close midnight, Tuesday 16 January 2024. Please Note: All applications will need to be submitted through one of the following platforms; Jobs and Skills Exchange (JSE) website, Victorian Government careers website (Careers.vic) or Seek. Applications will not be accepted via other platforms or email. Current Victorian Government employees must apply via Jobs and Skills Exchange (JSE). If you have a disability/medical condition and require a copy of this advertisement and attached documentation in an accessible format or would like to discuss an access requirements/reasonable adjustment for the recruitment process, please contact VPS Recruitment via email police.vic.gov.au or on (03) 8335 8. About Us: Victoria Police has a dedicated workforce of more than 22,000 employees consisting of police, protective services officers, police custody officers, and public service staff. Each employee plays a vital role in providing the 24/7, 365 days a year emergency response and public safety capability the organisation delivers to its community. As a Victoria Police employee, you have a dedication and commitment to community safety. Having a workforce that reflects the community we serve is important to Victoria Police. We want to attract and retain people of all genders, ages, religions, disability, sexual orientation, family and caring responsibilities, and cultures including people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander heritage. If you are interested in a position, we encourage you to apply as we celebrate the benefit that diversity brings to our employees, our services, and our community. • Thu, 04 JanVictoria Police VIC
ICT Lead Software Engineer (iOS Lead Engineer) » Docklands, Melbourne - About the role: Are you ready to shape the digital future of Victoria Police? Do you want to help your community? Victoria Police's Information, Communications, and Digital Technology Division has been charged with creating world class software solutions to transform policing in Victoria. The frontline police officers and first responders will be using the applications every day in all aspects of their duties. As we embark on one of the most exciting software developments you will have the opportunity to shape the outcome of a major software system that will directly impact and transform modern frontline policing. Your system will need to be dynamic and robust to allow for the challenging environment in which it is used. This is a greenfield project and will give you the chance to "do it right from the start". As an iOS Lead Engineer, you have the crucial role of building the application framework, upholding our software engineering processes and championing our standards and agile ways of working. You will work in a passionate engineering team dedicated to build and maintain solutions for our first responders to: Manage critical incidents and state-wide events (including natural disasters), Support proactive policing in the community, and Assist specialist units tackling issues such as youth offending, road safety, and cybercrime. We are seeking a talented and experienced iOS Application Engineer. This position offers opportunities to solve complex problems by working on diverse projects and would benefit from a versatile skill set backed by strong full stack iOS mobile engineering experiences. Victoria Police is a contemporary and agile workplace, supporting flexible working arrangements. As an iOS Lead Engineer, your duties will include: Design, implement and maintain robust, efficient, and scalable iOS applications. Code using Swift programming languages. Utilise strong software development principles, DevSecOps and best practices. Work with a variety of leaders, including police from across the organisation, our intelligence practitioners and senior management. Work collaboratively with internal teams to define, design, develop, and release new features. Unit-test code for robustness, including edge cases, usability, and general reliability. Work on bug fixing, improving code quality, optimisations and application performance. Engage in continuous improvement of all aspects of the software development lifecycle. Coach and guide other developers and team members as needed. As the successful applicant, you will have: Tertiary qualifications in Software Engineering, Computer Science, Mathematics, or related disciplines. Possess a minimum of 5 years of professional experience developing native iOS applications, showcasing your mastery in the field. Strong skills in Object-oriented programming. Excellent understanding of defensive coding and security. Requirements and relevant information: One (1) x full-time, ongoing position available. VPSG6 salary range $130,673 - $174,869 p.a. plus superannuation. This position is located at Victoria Police Centre, 311 Spencer Street, Docklands. The successful applicant will be required to undergo National Security Vetting, achieve and maintain a security classification as determined by the Department Head. To achieve this, applicants must be an Australian Citizen. (Australian Citizenship is a must. PR not sufficient) The successful applicant will be required to undergo pre-employment checks which may include fingerprint checks and misconduct screening. Your application must include: Resume Completed application form - the word document (2. Application form) for you to complete and attach to your submission, is attached to the job advertisement. Applications close midnight, Tuesday 16 January 2024. Please Note: All applications will need to be submitted through one of the following platforms; Jobs and Skills Exchange (JSE) website, Victorian Government careers website (Careers.vic) or Seek. Applications will not be accepted via other platforms or email. Current Victorian Government employees must apply via Jobs and Skills Exchange (JSE). For further information, please contact: Layan Domingo via email layan.domingopolice.vic.gov.au If you have a disability/medical condition and require a copy of this advertisement and attached documentation in an accessible format or would like to discuss an access requirements/reasonable adjustment for the recruitment process, please contact VPS Recruitment via email VPSRECRUITMENTpolice.vic.gov.au or on (03) 8335 8082. About Us: Victoria Police has a dedicated workforce of more than 22,000 employees consisting of police, protective services officers, police custody officers, and public service staff. Each employee plays a vital role in providing the 24/7, 365 days a year emergency response and public safety capability the organisation delivers to its community. As a Victoria Police employee, you have a dedication and commitment to community safety. Having a workforce that reflects the community we serve is important to Victoria Police. We want to attract and retain people of all genders, ages, religions, disability, sexual orientation, family and caring responsibilities, and cultures including people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander heritage. If you are interested in a position, we encourage you to apply as we celebrate the benefit that diversity brings to our employees, our services, and our community. Find out what it is like working as a Victorian Public Servant for Victoria Police: https://www.police.vic.gov.au/vps • Wed, 03 JanVictoria Police
Police Officer » Horsham Area, Horsham Region - About the RoleWe’re looking for people with skills like yours; strong customer service, good communication and team work skills, to join Victoria Police. Right across Victoria, from the heart of Melbourne to the most remote country towns, police officers carry out a range of duties that are diverse, rewarding and challenging to help keep the community safe.And if you discover a particular interest, there are pathways open to you to train for a specialist field or promotion.At every step of the way - from your very first day at the Victoria Police Academy - we will provide you with the training required, support you in developing skills, and help you pursue your goals.Duties:The roles and duties of general duties police officers means no two days are ever the same. General duties officers are the 'first responders' and can undertake a variety of duties on shift including: Investigate crimePrevent anti-social behaviourDeal with community safety concernsResolve disputesAttend/investigate accidentsThe possibilities of this roleManage flexible and agile teams according to demand for police services.Rise up the ranks. General duties officers are sworn in as a Probationary Constable before progressing to a Senior Constable, Sergeant, Senior Sergeant, providing lots of opportunities for career progression.Mentor others in your team or act as a community liaison.Learn specialist skills in fields such as the Critical Incident Response Team, Highway Patrol or Forensics.About You There is no one key attribute, skill or experience that Victoria Police looks for in our police officer candidates. Instead, it’s your overall suitability for the role. 18 years or older Strong communication skills (verbal and written)Healthy level of fitnessExperience working in team environmentsAustralian Citizen or hold Australian permanent residency to join Victoria Police. New Zealand Citizens must have a Special Category Visa and live in Australia to submit an applicationAn Australian driver’s licence, can be either manual or automatic. A probationary licence is acceptableFor full eligibility requirements visit police.vic.gov.au/careersBenefitsWe offer job security and a range of great perks including flexible rostering, on the job training and professional development.Paid Training: You will be paid to train and learn as a recruit from day one at the Victoria Police Academy.Competitive Salary: Once you are sworn in as a constable you will be paid $75,604 plus allowances per annum. In addition, there are shift penalties and overtime payments available.Work/Life balance: Shift work can provide benefits that office hours can’t – such as being able to drop the kids off at school, take on part-time studies or catch up with friends and familyCareer Progression: Specialise in as little as two years and receive training and support to progress through the ranks. Allowances and Leave: Receive up to nine weeks recreation leave, 16 weeks parental leave, study leave, long-service leave and additional superannuation.To learn more about the roles or to attend an information session visit police.vic.gov.au/policeApply NowVictoria Police is made for ambitious people looking for a more challenging, more rewarding, and more purposeful career. If you’re made for more, apply now.To start your application, please click the Apply Now link. • Tue, 02 JanVictoria Police
Police Officer » Wodonga, Wodonga Area - About the RoleWe’re looking for people with skills like yours; strong customer service, good communication and team work skills, to join Victoria Police. Right across Victoria, from the heart of Melbourne to the most remote country towns, police officers carry out a range of duties that are diverse, rewarding and challenging to help keep the community safe.And if you discover a particular interest, there are pathways open to you to train for a specialist field or promotion.At every step of the way - from your very first day at the Victoria Police Academy - we will provide you with the training required, support you in developing skills, and help you pursue your goals.Duties:The roles and duties of general duties police officers means no two days are ever the same. General duties officers are the 'first responders' and can undertake a variety of duties on shift including: Investigate crimePrevent anti-social behaviourDeal with community safety concernsResolve disputesAttend/investigate accidentsThe possibilities of this roleManage flexible and agile teams according to demand for police services.Rise up the ranks. General duties officers are sworn in as a Probationary Constable before progressing to a Senior Constable, Sergeant, Senior Sergeant, providing lots of opportunities for career progression.Mentor others in your team or act as a community liaison.Learn specialist skills in fields such as the Critical Incident Response Team, Highway Patrol or Forensics.About You There is no one key attribute, skill or experience that Victoria Police looks for in our police officer candidates. Instead, it’s your overall suitability for the role. 18 years or older Strong communication skills (verbal and written)Healthy level of fitnessExperience working in team environmentsAustralian Citizen or hold Australian permanent residency to join Victoria Police. New Zealand Citizens must have a Special Category Visa and live in Australia to submit an applicationAn Australian driver’s licence, can be either manual or automatic. A probationary licence is acceptableFor full eligibility requirements visit police.vic.gov.au/careersBenefitsWe offer job security and a range of great perks including flexible rostering, on the job training and professional development.Paid Training: You will be paid to train and learn as a recruit from day one at the Victoria Police Academy.Competitive Salary: Once you are sworn in as a constable you will be paid $75,604 plus allowances per annum. In addition, there are shift penalties and overtime payments available.Work/Life balance: Shift work can provide benefits that office hours can’t – such as being able to drop the kids off at school, take on part-time studies or catch up with friends and familyCareer Progression: Specialise in as little as two years and receive training and support to progress through the ranks. Allowances and Leave: Receive up to nine weeks recreation leave, 16 weeks parental leave, study leave, long-service leave and additional superannuation.To learn more about the roles or to attend an information session visit police.vic.gov.au/policeApply NowVictoria Police is made for ambitious people looking for a more challenging, more rewarding, and more purposeful career. If you’re made for more, apply now.To start your application, please click the Apply Now link. • Tue, 02 JanVictoria Police
Police Officer » Yarra Glen, Yarra Ranges - About the RoleWe’re looking for people with skills like yours; strong customer service, good communication and team work skills, to join Victoria Police. Right across Victoria, from the heart of Melbourne to the most remote country towns, police officers carry out a range of duties that are diverse, rewarding and challenging to help keep the community safe.And if you discover a particular interest, there are pathways open to you to train for a specialist field or promotion.At every step of the way - from your very first day at the Victoria Police Academy - we will provide you with the training required, support you in developing skills, and help you pursue your goals.Duties:The roles and duties of general duties police officers means no two days are ever the same. General duties officers are the 'first responders' and can undertake a variety of duties on shift including: Investigate crimePrevent anti-social behaviourDeal with community safety concernsResolve disputesAttend/investigate accidentsThe possibilities of this roleManage flexible and agile teams according to demand for police services.Rise up the ranks. General duties officers are sworn in as a Probationary Constable before progressing to a Senior Constable, Sergeant, Senior Sergeant, providing lots of opportunities for career progression.Mentor others in your team or act as a community liaison.Learn specialist skills in fields such as the Critical Incident Response Team, Highway Patrol or Forensics.About You There is no one key attribute, skill or experience that Victoria Police looks for in our police officer candidates. Instead, it’s your overall suitability for the role. 18 years or older Strong communication skills (verbal and written)Healthy level of fitnessExperience working in team environmentsAustralian Citizen or hold Australian permanent residency to join Victoria Police. New Zealand Citizens must have a Special Category Visa and live in Australia to submit an applicationAn Australian driver’s licence, can be either manual or automatic. A probationary licence is acceptableFor full eligibility requirements visit police.vic.gov.au/careersBenefitsWe offer job security and a range of great perks including flexible rostering, on the job training and professional development.Paid Training: You will be paid to train and learn as a recruit from day one at the Victoria Police Academy.Competitive Salary: Once you are sworn in as a constable you will be paid $75,604 plus allowances per annum. In addition, there are shift penalties and overtime payments available.Work/Life balance: Shift work can provide benefits that office hours can’t – such as being able to drop the kids off at school, take on part-time studies or catch up with friends and familyCareer Progression: Specialise in as little as two years and receive training and support to progress through the ranks. Allowances and Leave: Receive up to nine weeks recreation leave, 16 weeks parental leave, study leave, long-service leave and additional superannuation.To learn more about the roles or to attend an information session visit police.vic.gov.au/policeApply NowVictoria Police is made for ambitious people looking for a more challenging, more rewarding, and more purposeful career. If you’re made for more, apply now.To start your application, please click the Apply Now link. • Tue, 02 JanVictoria Police
Police Officer » Mornington, Mornington Peninsula - About the RoleWe’re looking for people with skills like yours; strong customer service, good communication and team work skills, to join Victoria Police. Right across Victoria, from the heart of Melbourne to the most remote country towns, police officers carry out a range of duties that are diverse, rewarding and challenging to help keep the community safe.And if you discover a particular interest, there are pathways open to you to train for a specialist field or promotion.At every step of the way - from your very first day at the Victoria Police Academy - we will provide you with the training required, support you in developing skills, and help you pursue your goals.Duties:The roles and duties of general duties police officers means no two days are ever the same. General duties officers are the 'first responders' and can undertake a variety of duties on shift including: Investigate crimePrevent anti-social behaviourDeal with community safety concernsResolve disputesAttend/investigate accidentsThe possibilities of this roleManage flexible and agile teams according to demand for police services.Rise up the ranks. General duties officers are sworn in as a Probationary Constable before progressing to a Senior Constable, Sergeant, Senior Sergeant, providing lots of opportunities for career progression.Mentor others in your team or act as a community liaison.Learn specialist skills in fields such as the Critical Incident Response Team, Highway Patrol or Forensics.About You There is no one key attribute, skill or experience that Victoria Police looks for in our police officer candidates. Instead, it’s your overall suitability for the role. 18 years or older Strong communication skills (verbal and written)Healthy level of fitnessExperience working in team environmentsAustralian Citizen or hold Australian permanent residency to join Victoria Police. New Zealand Citizens must have a Special Category Visa and live in Australia to submit an applicationAn Australian driver’s licence, can be either manual or automatic. A probationary licence is acceptableFor full eligibility requirements visit police.vic.gov.au/careersBenefitsWe offer job security and a range of great perks including flexible rostering, on the job training and professional development.Paid Training: You will be paid to train and learn as a recruit from day one at the Victoria Police Academy.Competitive Salary: Once you are sworn in as a constable you will be paid $75,604 plus allowances per annum. In addition, there are shift penalties and overtime payments available.Work/Life balance: Shift work can provide benefits that office hours can’t – such as being able to drop the kids off at school, take on part-time studies or catch up with friends and familyCareer Progression: Specialise in as little as two years and receive training and support to progress through the ranks. Allowances and Leave: Receive up to nine weeks recreation leave, 16 weeks parental leave, study leave, long-service leave and additional superannuation.To learn more about the roles or to attend an information session visit police.vic.gov.au/policeApply NowVictoria Police is made for ambitious people looking for a more challenging, more rewarding, and more purposeful career. If you’re made for more, apply now.To start your application, please click the Apply Now link. • Tue, 02 JanVictoria Police
Police Officer » Ballarat, Ballarat Region - About the RoleWe’re looking for people with skills like yours; strong customer service, good communication and team work skills, to join Victoria Police. Right across Victoria, from the heart of Melbourne to the most remote country towns, police officers carry out a range of duties that are diverse, rewarding and challenging to help keep the community safe.And if you discover a particular interest, there are pathways open to you to train for a specialist field or promotion.At every step of the way - from your very first day at the Victoria Police Academy - we will provide you with the training required, support you in developing skills, and help you pursue your goals.Duties:The roles and duties of general duties police officers means no two days are ever the same. General duties officers are the 'first responders' and can undertake a variety of duties on shift including: Investigate crimePrevent anti-social behaviourDeal with community safety concernsResolve disputesAttend/investigate accidentsThe possibilities of this roleManage flexible and agile teams according to demand for police services.Rise up the ranks. General duties officers are sworn in as a Probationary Constable before progressing to a Senior Constable, Sergeant, Senior Sergeant, providing lots of opportunities for career progression.Mentor others in your team or act as a community liaison.Learn specialist skills in fields such as the Critical Incident Response Team, Highway Patrol or Forensics.About You There is no one key attribute, skill or experience that Victoria Police looks for in our police officer candidates. Instead, it’s your overall suitability for the role. 18 years or older Strong communication skills (verbal and written)Healthy level of fitnessExperience working in team environmentsAustralian Citizen or hold Australian permanent residency to join Victoria Police. New Zealand Citizens must have a Special Category Visa and live in Australia to submit an applicationAn Australian driver’s licence, can be either manual or automatic. A probationary licence is acceptableFor full eligibility requirements visit police.vic.gov.au/careersBenefitsWe offer job security and a range of great perks including flexible rostering, on the job training and professional development.Paid Training: You will be paid to train and learn as a recruit from day one at the Victoria Police Academy.Competitive Salary: Once you are sworn in as a constable you will be paid $75,604 plus allowances per annum. In addition, there are shift penalties and overtime payments available.Work/Life balance: Shift work can provide benefits that office hours can’t – such as being able to drop the kids off at school, take on part-time studies or catch up with friends and familyCareer Progression: Specialise in as little as two years and receive training and support to progress through the ranks. Allowances and Leave: Receive up to nine weeks recreation leave, 16 weeks parental leave, study leave, long-service leave and additional superannuation.To learn more about the roles or to attend an information session visit police.vic.gov.au/policeApply NowVictoria Police is made for ambitious people looking for a more challenging, more rewarding, and more purposeful career. If you’re made for more, apply now.To start your application, please click the Apply Now link. • Tue, 02 JanVictoria Police
Police Officer » Geelong, Geelong Region - About the RoleWe’re looking for people with skills like yours; strong customer service, good communication and team work skills, to join Victoria Police. Right across Victoria, from the heart of Melbourne to the most remote country towns, police officers carry out a range of duties that are diverse, rewarding and challenging to help keep the community safe.And if you discover a particular interest, there are pathways open to you to train for a specialist field or promotion.At every step of the way - from your very first day at the Victoria Police Academy - we will provide you with the training required, support you in developing skills, and help you pursue your goals.Duties:The roles and duties of general duties police officers means no two days are ever the same. General duties officers are the 'first responders' and can undertake a variety of duties on shift including: Investigate crimePrevent anti-social behaviourDeal with community safety concernsResolve disputesAttend/investigate accidentsThe possibilities of this roleManage flexible and agile teams according to demand for police services.Rise up the ranks. General duties officers are sworn in as a Probationary Constable before progressing to a Senior Constable, Sergeant, Senior Sergeant, providing lots of opportunities for career progression.Mentor others in your team or act as a community liaison.Learn specialist skills in fields such as the Critical Incident Response Team, Highway Patrol or Forensics.About You There is no one key attribute, skill or experience that Victoria Police looks for in our police officer candidates. Instead, it’s your overall suitability for the role. 18 years or older Strong communication skills (verbal and written)Healthy level of fitnessExperience working in team environmentsAustralian Citizen or hold Australian permanent residency to join Victoria Police. New Zealand Citizens must have a Special Category Visa and live in Australia to submit an applicationAn Australian driver’s licence, can be either manual or automatic. A probationary licence is acceptableFor full eligibility requirements visit police.vic.gov.au/careersBenefitsWe offer job security and a range of great perks including flexible rostering, on the job training and professional development.Paid Training: You will be paid to train and learn as a recruit from day one at the Victoria Police Academy.Competitive Salary: Once you are sworn in as a constable you will be paid $75,604 plus allowances per annum. In addition, there are shift penalties and overtime payments available.Work/Life balance: Shift work can provide benefits that office hours can’t – such as being able to drop the kids off at school, take on part-time studies or catch up with friends and familyCareer Progression: Specialise in as little as two years and receive training and support to progress through the ranks. Allowances and Leave: Receive up to nine weeks recreation leave, 16 weeks parental leave, study leave, long-service leave and additional superannuation.To learn more about the roles or to attend an information session visit police.vic.gov.au/policeApply NowVictoria Police is made for ambitious people looking for a more challenging, more rewarding, and more purposeful career. If you’re made for more, apply now.To start your application, please click the Apply Now link. • Tue, 02 JanVictoria Police
Police Officer » Wonthaggi, Bass Coast - About the RoleWe’re looking for people with skills like yours; strong customer service, good communication and team work skills, to join Victoria Police. Right across Victoria, from the heart of Melbourne to the most remote country towns, police officers carry out a range of duties that are diverse, rewarding and challenging to help keep the community safe.And if you discover a particular interest, there are pathways open to you to train for a specialist field or promotion.At every step of the way - from your very first day at the Victoria Police Academy - we will provide you with the training required, support you in developing skills, and help you pursue your goals.Duties:The roles and duties of general duties police officers means no two days are ever the same. General duties officers are the 'first responders' and can undertake a variety of duties on shift including: Investigate crimePrevent anti-social behaviourDeal with community safety concernsResolve disputesAttend/investigate accidentsThe possibilities of this roleManage flexible and agile teams according to demand for police services.Rise up the ranks. General duties officers are sworn in as a Probationary Constable before progressing to a Senior Constable, Sergeant, Senior Sergeant, providing lots of opportunities for career progression.Mentor others in your team or act as a community liaison.Learn specialist skills in fields such as the Critical Incident Response Team, Highway Patrol or Forensics.About You There is no one key attribute, skill or experience that Victoria Police looks for in our police officer candidates. Instead, it’s your overall suitability for the role. 18 years or older Strong communication skills (verbal and written)Healthy level of fitnessExperience working in team environmentsAustralian Citizen or hold Australian permanent residency to join Victoria Police. New Zealand Citizens must have a Special Category Visa and live in Australia to submit an applicationAn Australian driver’s licence, can be either manual or automatic. A probationary licence is acceptableFor full eligibility requirements visit police.vic.gov.au/careersBenefitsWe offer job security and a range of great perks including flexible rostering, on the job training and professional development.Paid Training: You will be paid to train and learn as a recruit from day one at the Victoria Police Academy.Competitive Salary: Once you are sworn in as a constable you will be paid $75,604 plus allowances per annum. In addition, there are shift penalties and overtime payments available.Work/Life balance: Shift work can provide benefits that office hours can’t – such as being able to drop the kids off at school, take on part-time studies or catch up with friends and familyCareer Progression: Specialise in as little as two years and receive training and support to progress through the ranks. Allowances and Leave: Receive up to nine weeks recreation leave, 16 weeks parental leave, study leave, long-service leave and additional superannuation.To learn more about the roles or to attend an information session visit police.vic.gov.au/policeApply NowVictoria Police is made for ambitious people looking for a more challenging, more rewarding, and more purposeful career. If you’re made for more, apply now.To start your application, please click the Apply Now link. • Tue, 02 JanVictoria Police
Police Officer » Gisborne, Macedon Ranges - About the RoleWe’re looking for people with skills like yours; strong customer service, good communication and team work skills, to join Victoria Police. Right across Victoria, from the heart of Melbourne to the most remote country towns, police officers carry out a range of duties that are diverse, rewarding and challenging to help keep the community safe.And if you discover a particular interest, there are pathways open to you to train for a specialist field or promotion.At every step of the way - from your very first day at the Victoria Police Academy - we will provide you with the training required, support you in developing skills, and help you pursue your goals.Duties:The roles and duties of general duties police officers means no two days are ever the same. General duties officers are the 'first responders' and can undertake a variety of duties on shift including: Investigate crimePrevent anti-social behaviourDeal with community safety concernsResolve disputesAttend/investigate accidentsThe possibilities of this roleManage flexible and agile teams according to demand for police services.Rise up the ranks. General duties officers are sworn in as a Probationary Constable before progressing to a Senior Constable, Sergeant, Senior Sergeant, providing lots of opportunities for career progression.Mentor others in your team or act as a community liaison.Learn specialist skills in fields such as the Critical Incident Response Team, Highway Patrol or Forensics.About You There is no one key attribute, skill or experience that Victoria Police looks for in our police officer candidates. Instead, it’s your overall suitability for the role. 18 years or older Strong communication skills (verbal and written)Healthy level of fitnessExperience working in team environmentsAustralian Citizen or hold Australian permanent residency to join Victoria Police. New Zealand Citizens must have a Special Category Visa and live in Australia to submit an applicationAn Australian driver’s licence, can be either manual or automatic. A probationary licence is acceptableFor full eligibility requirements visit police.vic.gov.au/careersBenefitsWe offer job security and a range of great perks including flexible rostering, on the job training and professional development.Paid Training: You will be paid to train and learn as a recruit from day one at the Victoria Police Academy.Competitive Salary: Once you are sworn in as a constable you will be paid $75,604 plus allowances per annum. In addition, there are shift penalties and overtime payments available.Work/Life balance: Shift work can provide benefits that office hours can’t – such as being able to drop the kids off at school, take on part-time studies or catch up with friends and familyCareer Progression: Specialise in as little as two years and receive training and support to progress through the ranks. Allowances and Leave: Receive up to nine weeks recreation leave, 16 weeks parental leave, study leave, long-service leave and additional superannuation.To learn more about the roles or to attend an information session visit police.vic.gov.au/policeApply NowVictoria Police is made for ambitious people looking for a more challenging, more rewarding, and more purposeful career. If you’re made for more, apply now.To start your application, please click the Apply Now link. • Tue, 02 JanVictoria Police
Police Officer » Lakes Entrance, East Gippsland - About the RoleWe’re looking for people with skills like yours; strong customer service, good communication and team work skills, to join Victoria Police. Right across Victoria, from the heart of Melbourne to the most remote country towns, police officers carry out a range of duties that are diverse, rewarding and challenging to help keep the community safe.And if you discover a particular interest, there are pathways open to you to train for a specialist field or promotion.At every step of the way - from your very first day at the Victoria Police Academy - we will provide you with the training required, support you in developing skills, and help you pursue your goals.Duties:The roles and duties of general duties police officers means no two days are ever the same. General duties officers are the 'first responders' and can undertake a variety of duties on shift including: Investigate crimePrevent anti-social behaviourDeal with community safety concernsResolve disputesAttend/investigate accidentsThe possibilities of this roleManage flexible and agile teams according to demand for police services.Rise up the ranks. General duties officers are sworn in as a Probationary Constable before progressing to a Senior Constable, Sergeant, Senior Sergeant, providing lots of opportunities for career progression.Mentor others in your team or act as a community liaison.Learn specialist skills in fields such as the Critical Incident Response Team, Highway Patrol or Forensics.About You There is no one key attribute, skill or experience that Victoria Police looks for in our police officer candidates. Instead, it’s your overall suitability for the role. 18 years or older Strong communication skills (verbal and written)Healthy level of fitnessExperience working in team environmentsAustralian Citizen or hold Australian permanent residency to join Victoria Police. New Zealand Citizens must have a Special Category Visa and live in Australia to submit an applicationAn Australian driver’s licence, can be either manual or automatic. A probationary licence is acceptableFor full eligibility requirements visit police.vic.gov.au/careersBenefitsWe offer job security and a range of great perks including flexible rostering, on the job training and professional development.Paid Training: You will be paid to train and learn as a recruit from day one at the Victoria Police Academy.Competitive Salary: Once you are sworn in as a constable you will be paid $75,604 plus allowances per annum. In addition, there are shift penalties and overtime payments available.Work/Life balance: Shift work can provide benefits that office hours can’t – such as being able to drop the kids off at school, take on part-time studies or catch up with friends and familyCareer Progression: Specialise in as little as two years and receive training and support to progress through the ranks. Allowances and Leave: Receive up to nine weeks recreation leave, 16 weeks parental leave, study leave, long-service leave and additional superannuation.To learn more about the roles or to attend an information session visit police.vic.gov.au/policeApply NowVictoria Police is made for ambitious people looking for a more challenging, more rewarding, and more purposeful career. If you’re made for more, apply now.To start your application, please click the Apply Now link. • Tue, 02 JanVictoria Police
Police Officer » Echuca, Campaspe Area - About the RoleWe’re looking for people with skills like yours; strong customer service, good communication and team work skills, to join Victoria Police. Right across Victoria, from the heart of Melbourne to the most remote country towns, police officers carry out a range of duties that are diverse, rewarding and challenging to help keep the community safe.And if you discover a particular interest, there are pathways open to you to train for a specialist field or promotion.At every step of the way - from your very first day at the Victoria Police Academy - we will provide you with the training required, support you in developing skills, and help you pursue your goals.Duties:The roles and duties of general duties police officers means no two days are ever the same. General duties officers are the 'first responders' and can undertake a variety of duties on shift including: Investigate crimePrevent anti-social behaviourDeal with community safety concernsResolve disputesAttend/investigate accidentsThe possibilities of this roleManage flexible and agile teams according to demand for police services.Rise up the ranks. General duties officers are sworn in as a Probationary Constable before progressing to a Senior Constable, Sergeant, Senior Sergeant, providing lots of opportunities for career progression.Mentor others in your team or act as a community liaison.Learn specialist skills in fields such as the Critical Incident Response Team, Highway Patrol or Forensics.About You There is no one key attribute, skill or experience that Victoria Police looks for in our police officer candidates. Instead, it’s your overall suitability for the role. 18 years or older Strong communication skills (verbal and written)Healthy level of fitnessExperience working in team environmentsAustralian Citizen or hold Australian permanent residency to join Victoria Police. New Zealand Citizens must have a Special Category Visa and live in Australia to submit an applicationAn Australian driver’s licence, can be either manual or automatic. A probationary licence is acceptableFor full eligibility requirements visit police.vic.gov.au/careersBenefitsWe offer job security and a range of great perks including flexible rostering, on the job training and professional development.Paid Training: You will be paid to train and learn as a recruit from day one at the Victoria Police Academy.Competitive Salary: Once you are sworn in as a constable you will be paid $75,604 plus allowances per annum. In addition, there are shift penalties and overtime payments available.Work/Life balance: Shift work can provide benefits that office hours can’t – such as being able to drop the kids off at school, take on part-time studies or catch up with friends and familyCareer Progression: Specialise in as little as two years and receive training and support to progress through the ranks. Allowances and Leave: Receive up to nine weeks recreation leave, 16 weeks parental leave, study leave, long-service leave and additional superannuation.To learn more about the roles or to attend an information session visit police.vic.gov.au/policeApply NowVictoria Police is made for ambitious people looking for a more challenging, more rewarding, and more purposeful career. If you’re made for more, apply now.To start your application, please click the Apply Now link. • Tue, 02 JanVictoria Police
Police Officer » Swan Hill, Swan Hill Area - About the RoleWe’re looking for people with skills like yours; strong customer service, good communication and team work skills, to join Victoria Police. Right across Victoria, from the heart of Melbourne to the most remote country towns, police officers carry out a range of duties that are diverse, rewarding and challenging to help keep the community safe.And if you discover a particular interest, there are pathways open to you to train for a specialist field or promotion.At every step of the way - from your very first day at the Victoria Police Academy - we will provide you with the training required, support you in developing skills, and help you pursue your goals.Duties:The roles and duties of general duties police officers means no two days are ever the same. General duties officers are the 'first responders' and can undertake a variety of duties on shift including: Investigate crimePrevent anti-social behaviourDeal with community safety concernsResolve disputesAttend/investigate accidentsThe possibilities of this roleManage flexible and agile teams according to demand for police services.Rise up the ranks. General duties officers are sworn in as a Probationary Constable before progressing to a Senior Constable, Sergeant, Senior Sergeant, providing lots of opportunities for career progression.Mentor others in your team or act as a community liaison.Learn specialist skills in fields such as the Critical Incident Response Team, Highway Patrol or Forensics.About You There is no one key attribute, skill or experience that Victoria Police looks for in our police officer candidates. Instead, it’s your overall suitability for the role. 18 years or older Strong communication skills (verbal and written)Healthy level of fitnessExperience working in team environmentsAustralian Citizen or hold Australian permanent residency to join Victoria Police. New Zealand Citizens must have a Special Category Visa and live in Australia to submit an applicationAn Australian driver’s licence, can be either manual or automatic. A probationary licence is acceptableFor full eligibility requirements visit police.vic.gov.au/careersBenefitsWe offer job security and a range of great perks including flexible rostering, on the job training and professional development.Paid Training: You will be paid to train and learn as a recruit from day one at the Victoria Police Academy.Competitive Salary: Once you are sworn in as a constable you will be paid $75,604 plus allowances per annum. In addition, there are shift penalties and overtime payments available.Work/Life balance: Shift work can provide benefits that office hours can’t – such as being able to drop the kids off at school, take on part-time studies or catch up with friends and familyCareer Progression: Specialise in as little as two years and receive training and support to progress through the ranks. Allowances and Leave: Receive up to nine weeks recreation leave, 16 weeks parental leave, study leave, long-service leave and additional superannuation.To learn more about the roles or to attend an information session visit police.vic.gov.au/policeApply NowVictoria Police is made for ambitious people looking for a more challenging, more rewarding, and more purposeful career. If you’re made for more, apply now.To start your application, please click the Apply Now link. • Tue, 02 JanVictoria Police
Police Officer » Moe, Latrobe Valley - About the RoleWe’re looking for people with skills like yours; strong customer service, good communication and team work skills, to join Victoria Police. Right across Victoria, from the heart of Melbourne to the most remote country towns, police officers carry out a range of duties that are diverse, rewarding and challenging to help keep the community safe.And if you discover a particular interest, there are pathways open to you to train for a specialist field or promotion.At every step of the way - from your very first day at the Victoria Police Academy - we will provide you with the training required, support you in developing skills, and help you pursue your goals.Duties:The roles and duties of general duties police officers means no two days are ever the same. General duties officers are the 'first responders' and can undertake a variety of duties on shift including: Investigate crimePrevent anti-social behaviourDeal with community safety concernsResolve disputesAttend/investigate accidentsThe possibilities of this roleManage flexible and agile teams according to demand for police services.Rise up the ranks. General duties officers are sworn in as a Probationary Constable before progressing to a Senior Constable, Sergeant, Senior Sergeant, providing lots of opportunities for career progression.Mentor others in your team or act as a community liaison.Learn specialist skills in fields such as the Critical Incident Response Team, Highway Patrol or Forensics.About You There is no one key attribute, skill or experience that Victoria Police looks for in our police officer candidates. Instead, it’s your overall suitability for the role. 18 years or older Strong communication skills (verbal and written)Healthy level of fitnessExperience working in team environmentsAustralian Citizen or hold Australian permanent residency to join Victoria Police. New Zealand Citizens must have a Special Category Visa and live in Australia to submit an applicationAn Australian driver’s licence, can be either manual or automatic. A probationary licence is acceptableFor full eligibility requirements visit police.vic.gov.au/careersBenefitsWe offer job security and a range of great perks including flexible rostering, on the job training and professional development.Paid Training: You will be paid to train and learn as a recruit from day one at the Victoria Police Academy.Competitive Salary: Once you are sworn in as a constable you will be paid $75,604 plus allowances per annum. In addition, there are shift penalties and overtime payments available.Work/Life balance: Shift work can provide benefits that office hours can’t – such as being able to drop the kids off at school, take on part-time studies or catch up with friends and familyCareer Progression: Specialise in as little as two years and receive training and support to progress through the ranks. Allowances and Leave: Receive up to nine weeks recreation leave, 16 weeks parental leave, study leave, long-service leave and additional superannuation.To learn more about the roles or to attend an information session visit police.vic.gov.au/policeApply NowVictoria Police is made for ambitious people looking for a more challenging, more rewarding, and more purposeful career. If you’re made for more, apply now.To start your application, please click the Apply Now link. • Tue, 02 JanVictoria Police
Police Officer » Bendigo, Bendigo Region - About the RoleWe’re looking for people with skills like yours; strong customer service, good communication and team work skills, to join Victoria Police. Right across Victoria, from the heart of Melbourne to the most remote country towns, police officers carry out a range of duties that are diverse, rewarding and challenging to help keep the community safe.And if you discover a particular interest, there are pathways open to you to train for a specialist field or promotion.At every step of the way - from your very first day at the Victoria Police Academy - we will provide you with the training required, support you in developing skills, and help you pursue your goals.Duties:The roles and duties of general duties police officers means no two days are ever the same. General duties officers are the 'first responders' and can undertake a variety of duties on shift including: Investigate crimePrevent anti-social behaviourDeal with community safety concernsResolve disputesAttend/investigate accidentsThe possibilities of this roleManage flexible and agile teams according to demand for police services.Rise up the ranks. General duties officers are sworn in as a Probationary Constable before progressing to a Senior Constable, Sergeant, Senior Sergeant, providing lots of opportunities for career progression.Mentor others in your team or act as a community liaison.Learn specialist skills in fields such as the Critical Incident Response Team, Highway Patrol or Forensics.About You There is no one key attribute, skill or experience that Victoria Police looks for in our police officer candidates. Instead, it’s your overall suitability for the role. 18 years or older Strong communication skills (verbal and written)Healthy level of fitnessExperience working in team environmentsAustralian Citizen or hold Australian permanent residency to join Victoria Police. New Zealand Citizens must have a Special Category Visa and live in Australia to submit an applicationAn Australian driver’s licence, can be either manual or automatic. A probationary licence is acceptableFor full eligibility requirements visit police.vic.gov.au/careersBenefitsWe offer job security and a range of great perks including flexible rostering, on the job training and professional development.Paid Training: You will be paid to train and learn as a recruit from day one at the Victoria Police Academy.Competitive Salary: Once you are sworn in as a constable you will be paid $75,604 plus allowances per annum. In addition, there are shift penalties and overtime payments available.Work/Life balance: Shift work can provide benefits that office hours can’t – such as being able to drop the kids off at school, take on part-time studies or catch up with friends and familyCareer Progression: Specialise in as little as two years and receive training and support to progress through the ranks. Allowances and Leave: Receive up to nine weeks recreation leave, 16 weeks parental leave, study leave, long-service leave and additional superannuation.To learn more about the roles or to attend an information session visit police.vic.gov.au/policeApply NowVictoria Police is made for ambitious people looking for a more challenging, more rewarding, and more purposeful career. If you’re made for more, apply now.To start your application, please click the Apply Now link. • Tue, 02 JanVictoria Police
Police Officer » Shepparton, Shepparton Region - About the RoleWe’re looking for people with skills like yours; strong customer service, good communication and team work skills, to join Victoria Police. Right across Victoria, from the heart of Melbourne to the most remote country towns, police officers carry out a range of duties that are diverse, rewarding and challenging to help keep the community safe.And if you discover a particular interest, there are pathways open to you to train for a specialist field or promotion.At every step of the way - from your very first day at the Victoria Police Academy - we will provide you with the training required, support you in developing skills, and help you pursue your goals.Duties:The roles and duties of general duties police officers means no two days are ever the same. General duties officers are the 'first responders' and can undertake a variety of duties on shift including: Investigate crimePrevent anti-social behaviourDeal with community safety concernsResolve disputesAttend/investigate accidentsThe possibilities of this roleManage flexible and agile teams according to demand for police services.Rise up the ranks. General duties officers are sworn in as a Probationary Constable before progressing to a Senior Constable, Sergeant, Senior Sergeant, providing lots of opportunities for career progression.Mentor others in your team or act as a community liaison.Learn specialist skills in fields such as the Critical Incident Response Team, Highway Patrol or Forensics.About You There is no one key attribute, skill or experience that Victoria Police looks for in our police officer candidates. Instead, it’s your overall suitability for the role. 18 years or older Strong communication skills (verbal and written)Healthy level of fitnessExperience working in team environmentsAustralian Citizen or hold Australian permanent residency to join Victoria Police. New Zealand Citizens must have a Special Category Visa and live in Australia to submit an applicationAn Australian driver’s licence, can be either manual or automatic. A probationary licence is acceptableFor full eligibility requirements visit police.vic.gov.au/careersBenefitsWe offer job security and a range of great perks including flexible rostering, on the job training and professional development.Paid Training: You will be paid to train and learn as a recruit from day one at the Victoria Police Academy.Competitive Salary: Once you are sworn in as a constable you will be paid $75,604 plus allowances per annum. In addition, there are shift penalties and overtime payments available.Work/Life balance: Shift work can provide benefits that office hours can’t – such as being able to drop the kids off at school, take on part-time studies or catch up with friends and familyCareer Progression: Specialise in as little as two years and receive training and support to progress through the ranks. Allowances and Leave: Receive up to nine weeks recreation leave, 16 weeks parental leave, study leave, long-service leave and additional superannuation.To learn more about the roles or to attend an information session visit police.vic.gov.au/policeApply NowVictoria Police is made for ambitious people looking for a more challenging, more rewarding, and more purposeful career. If you’re made for more, apply now.To start your application, please click the Apply Now link. • Tue, 02 JanVictoria Police
Police Officer » Mildura, Mildura Region - About the RoleWe’re looking for people with skills like yours; strong customer service, good communication and team work skills, to join Victoria Police. Right across Victoria, from the heart of Melbourne to the most remote country towns, police officers carry out a range of duties that are diverse, rewarding and challenging to help keep the community safe.And if you discover a particular interest, there are pathways open to you to train for a specialist field or promotion.At every step of the way - from your very first day at the Victoria Police Academy - we will provide you with the training required, support you in developing skills, and help you pursue your goals.Duties:The roles and duties of general duties police officers means no two days are ever the same. General duties officers are the 'first responders' and can undertake a variety of duties on shift including: Investigate crimePrevent anti-social behaviourDeal with community safety concernsResolve disputesAttend/investigate accidentsThe possibilities of this roleManage flexible and agile teams according to demand for police services.Rise up the ranks. General duties officers are sworn in as a Probationary Constable before progressing to a Senior Constable, Sergeant, Senior Sergeant, providing lots of opportunities for career progression.Mentor others in your team or act as a community liaison.Learn specialist skills in fields such as the Critical Incident Response Team, Highway Patrol or Forensics.About You There is no one key attribute, skill or experience that Victoria Police looks for in our police officer candidates. Instead, it’s your overall suitability for the role. 18 years or older Strong communication skills (verbal and written)Healthy level of fitnessExperience working in team environmentsAustralian Citizen or hold Australian permanent residency to join Victoria Police. New Zealand Citizens must have a Special Category Visa and live in Australia to submit an applicationAn Australian driver’s licence, can be either manual or automatic. A probationary licence is acceptableFor full eligibility requirements visit police.vic.gov.au/careersBenefitsWe offer job security and a range of great perks including flexible rostering, on the job training and professional development.Paid Training: You will be paid to train and learn as a recruit from day one at the Victoria Police Academy.Competitive Salary: Once you are sworn in as a constable you will be paid $75,604 plus allowances per annum. In addition, there are shift penalties and overtime payments available.Work/Life balance: Shift work can provide benefits that office hours can’t – such as being able to drop the kids off at school, take on part-time studies or catch up with friends and familyCareer Progression: Specialise in as little as two years and receive training and support to progress through the ranks. Allowances and Leave: Receive up to nine weeks recreation leave, 16 weeks parental leave, study leave, long-service leave and additional superannuation.To learn more about the roles or to attend an information session visit police.vic.gov.au/policeApply NowVictoria Police is made for ambitious people looking for a more challenging, more rewarding, and more purposeful career. If you’re made for more, apply now.To start your application, please click the Apply Now link. • Tue, 02 JanVictoria Police
Police Officer » Bairnsdale, East Gippsland - About the RoleWe’re looking for people with skills like yours; strong customer service, good communication and team work skills, to join Victoria Police. Right across Victoria, from the heart of Melbourne to the most remote country towns, police officers carry out a range of duties that are diverse, rewarding and challenging to help keep the community safe.And if you discover a particular interest, there are pathways open to you to train for a specialist field or promotion.At every step of the way - from your very first day at the Victoria Police Academy - we will provide you with the training required, support you in developing skills, and help you pursue your goals.Duties:The roles and duties of general duties police officers means no two days are ever the same. General duties officers are the 'first responders' and can undertake a variety of duties on shift including: Investigate crimePrevent anti-social behaviourDeal with community safety concernsResolve disputesAttend/investigate accidentsThe possibilities of this roleManage flexible and agile teams according to demand for police services.Rise up the ranks. General duties officers are sworn in as a Probationary Constable before progressing to a Senior Constable, Sergeant, Senior Sergeant, providing lots of opportunities for career progression.Mentor others in your team or act as a community liaison.Learn specialist skills in fields such as the Critical Incident Response Team, Highway Patrol or Forensics.About You There is no one key attribute, skill or experience that Victoria Police looks for in our police officer candidates. Instead, it’s your overall suitability for the role. 18 years or older Strong communication skills (verbal and written)Healthy level of fitnessExperience working in team environmentsAustralian Citizen or hold Australian permanent residency to join Victoria Police. New Zealand Citizens must have a Special Category Visa and live in Australia to submit an applicationAn Australian driver’s licence, can be either manual or automatic. A probationary licence is acceptableFor full eligibility requirements visit police.vic.gov.au/careersBenefitsWe offer job security and a range of great perks including flexible rostering, on the job training and professional development.Paid Training: You will be paid to train and learn as a recruit from day one at the Victoria Police Academy.Competitive Salary: Once you are sworn in as a constable you will be paid $75,604 plus allowances per annum. In addition, there are shift penalties and overtime payments available.Work/Life balance: Shift work can provide benefits that office hours can’t – such as being able to drop the kids off at school, take on part-time studies or catch up with friends and familyCareer Progression: Specialise in as little as two years and receive training and support to progress through the ranks. Allowances and Leave: Receive up to nine weeks recreation leave, 16 weeks parental leave, study leave, long-service leave and additional superannuation.To learn more about the roles or to attend an information session visit police.vic.gov.au/policeApply NowVictoria Police is made for ambitious people looking for a more challenging, more rewarding, and more purposeful career. If you’re made for more, apply now.To start your application, please click the Apply Now link. • Tue, 02 JanVictoria Police
Police Officer » Warrnambool, Warrnambool Region - About the RoleWe’re looking for people with skills like yours; strong customer service, good communication and team work skills, to join Victoria Police. Right across Victoria, from the heart of Melbourne to the most remote country towns, police officers carry out a range of duties that are diverse, rewarding and challenging to help keep the community safe.And if you discover a particular interest, there are pathways open to you to train for a specialist field or promotion.At every step of the way - from your very first day at the Victoria Police Academy - we will provide you with the training required, support you in developing skills, and help you pursue your goals.Duties:The roles and duties of general duties police officers means no two days are ever the same. General duties officers are the 'first responders' and can undertake a variety of duties on shift including: Investigate crimePrevent anti-social behaviourDeal with community safety concernsResolve disputesAttend/investigate accidentsThe possibilities of this roleManage flexible and agile teams according to demand for police services.Rise up the ranks. General duties officers are sworn in as a Probationary Constable before progressing to a Senior Constable, Sergeant, Senior Sergeant, providing lots of opportunities for career progression.Mentor others in your team or act as a community liaison.Learn specialist skills in fields such as the Critical Incident Response Team, Highway Patrol or Forensics.About You There is no one key attribute, skill or experience that Victoria Police looks for in our police officer candidates. Instead, it’s your overall suitability for the role. 18 years or older Strong communication skills (verbal and written)Healthy level of fitnessExperience working in team environmentsAustralian Citizen or hold Australian permanent residency to join Victoria Police. New Zealand Citizens must have a Special Category Visa and live in Australia to submit an applicationAn Australian driver’s licence, can be either manual or automatic. A probationary licence is acceptableFor full eligibility requirements visit police.vic.gov.au/careersBenefitsWe offer job security and a range of great perks including flexible rostering, on the job training and professional development.Paid Training: You will be paid to train and learn as a recruit from day one at the Victoria Police Academy.Competitive Salary: Once you are sworn in as a constable you will be paid $75,604 plus allowances per annum. In addition, there are shift penalties and overtime payments available.Work/Life balance: Shift work can provide benefits that office hours can’t – such as being able to drop the kids off at school, take on part-time studies or catch up with friends and familyCareer Progression: Specialise in as little as two years and receive training and support to progress through the ranks. Allowances and Leave: Receive up to nine weeks recreation leave, 16 weeks parental leave, study leave, long-service leave and additional superannuation.To learn more about the roles or to attend an information session visit police.vic.gov.au/policeApply NowVictoria Police is made for ambitious people looking for a more challenging, more rewarding, and more purposeful career. If you’re made for more, apply now.To start your application, please click the Apply Now link. • Tue, 02 JanVictoria Police
Police Officer » Ararat, Ararat Area - About the RoleWe’re looking for people with skills like yours; strong customer service, good communication and team work skills, to join Victoria Police. Right across Victoria, from the heart of Melbourne to the most remote country towns, police officers carry out a range of duties that are diverse, rewarding and challenging to help keep the community safe.And if you discover a particular interest, there are pathways open to you to train for a specialist field or promotion.At every step of the way - from your very first day at the Victoria Police Academy - we will provide you with the training required, support you in developing skills, and help you pursue your goals.Duties:The roles and duties of general duties police officers means no two days are ever the same. General duties officers are the 'first responders' and can undertake a variety of duties on shift including: Investigate crimePrevent anti-social behaviourDeal with community safety concernsResolve disputesAttend/investigate accidentsThe possibilities of this roleManage flexible and agile teams according to demand for police services.Rise up the ranks. General duties officers are sworn in as a Probationary Constable before progressing to a Senior Constable, Sergeant, Senior Sergeant, providing lots of opportunities for career progression.Mentor others in your team or act as a community liaison.Learn specialist skills in fields such as the Critical Incident Response Team, Highway Patrol or Forensics.About You There is no one key attribute, skill or experience that Victoria Police looks for in our police officer candidates. Instead, it’s your overall suitability for the role. 18 years or older Strong communication skills (verbal and written)Healthy level of fitnessExperience working in team environmentsAustralian Citizen or hold Australian permanent residency to join Victoria Police. New Zealand Citizens must have a Special Category Visa and live in Australia to submit an applicationAn Australian driver’s licence, can be either manual or automatic. A probationary licence is acceptableFor full eligibility requirements visit police.vic.gov.au/careersBenefitsWe offer job security and a range of great perks including flexible rostering, on the job training and professional development.Paid Training: You will be paid to train and learn as a recruit from day one at the Victoria Police Academy.Competitive Salary: Once you are sworn in as a constable you will be paid $75,604 plus allowances per annum. In addition, there are shift penalties and overtime payments available.Work/Life balance: Shift work can provide benefits that office hours can’t – such as being able to drop the kids off at school, take on part-time studies or catch up with friends and familyCareer Progression: Specialise in as little as two years and receive training and support to progress through the ranks. Allowances and Leave: Receive up to nine weeks recreation leave, 16 weeks parental leave, study leave, long-service leave and additional superannuation.To learn more about the roles or to attend an information session visit police.vic.gov.au/policeApply NowVictoria Police is made for ambitious people looking for a more challenging, more rewarding, and more purposeful career. If you’re made for more, apply now.To start your application, please click the Apply Now link. • Tue, 02 JanVictoria Police
Police Officer » Traralgon, Latrobe Valley - About the RoleWe’re looking for people with skills like yours; strong customer service, good communication and team work skills, to join Victoria Police. Right across Victoria, from the heart of Melbourne to the most remote country towns, police officers carry out a range of duties that are diverse, rewarding and challenging to help keep the community safe.And if you discover a particular interest, there are pathways open to you to train for a specialist field or promotion.At every step of the way - from your very first day at the Victoria Police Academy - we will provide you with the training required, support you in developing skills, and help you pursue your goals.Duties:The roles and duties of general duties police officers means no two days are ever the same. General duties officers are the 'first responders' and can undertake a variety of duties on shift including: Investigate crimePrevent anti-social behaviourDeal with community safety concernsResolve disputesAttend/investigate accidentsThe possibilities of this roleManage flexible and agile teams according to demand for police services.Rise up the ranks. General duties officers are sworn in as a Probationary Constable before progressing to a Senior Constable, Sergeant, Senior Sergeant, providing lots of opportunities for career progression.Mentor others in your team or act as a community liaison.Learn specialist skills in fields such as the Critical Incident Response Team, Highway Patrol or Forensics.About You There is no one key attribute, skill or experience that Victoria Police looks for in our police officer candidates. Instead, it’s your overall suitability for the role. 18 years or older Strong communication skills (verbal and written)Healthy level of fitnessExperience working in team environmentsAustralian Citizen or hold Australian permanent residency to join Victoria Police. New Zealand Citizens must have a Special Category Visa and live in Australia to submit an applicationAn Australian driver’s licence, can be either manual or automatic. A probationary licence is acceptableFor full eligibility requirements visit police.vic.gov.au/careersBenefitsWe offer job security and a range of great perks including flexible rostering, on the job training and professional development.Paid Training: You will be paid to train and learn as a recruit from day one at the Victoria Police Academy.Competitive Salary: Once you are sworn in as a constable you will be paid $75,604 plus allowances per annum. In addition, there are shift penalties and overtime payments available.Work/Life balance: Shift work can provide benefits that office hours can’t – such as being able to drop the kids off at school, take on part-time studies or catch up with friends and familyCareer Progression: Specialise in as little as two years and receive training and support to progress through the ranks. Allowances and Leave: Receive up to nine weeks recreation leave, 16 weeks parental leave, study leave, long-service leave and additional superannuation.To learn more about the roles or to attend an information session visit police.vic.gov.au/policeApply NowVictoria Police is made for ambitious people looking for a more challenging, more rewarding, and more purposeful career. If you’re made for more, apply now.To start your application, please click the Apply Now link. • Tue, 02 JanVictoria Police
Police Officer » Maryborough, Central Goldfields - About the RoleWe’re looking for people with skills like yours; strong customer service, good communication and team work skills, to join Victoria Police. Right across Victoria, from the heart of Melbourne to the most remote country towns, police officers carry out a range of duties that are diverse, rewarding and challenging to help keep the community safe.And if you discover a particular interest, there are pathways open to you to train for a specialist field or promotion.At every step of the way - from your very first day at the Victoria Police Academy - we will provide you with the training required, support you in developing skills, and help you pursue your goals.Duties:The roles and duties of general duties police officers means no two days are ever the same. General duties officers are the 'first responders' and can undertake a variety of duties on shift including: Investigate crimePrevent anti-social behaviourDeal with community safety concernsResolve disputesAttend/investigate accidentsThe possibilities of this roleManage flexible and agile teams according to demand for police services.Rise up the ranks. General duties officers are sworn in as a Probationary Constable before progressing to a Senior Constable, Sergeant, Senior Sergeant, providing lots of opportunities for career progression.Mentor others in your team or act as a community liaison.Learn specialist skills in fields such as the Critical Incident Response Team, Highway Patrol or Forensics.About You There is no one key attribute, skill or experience that Victoria Police looks for in our police officer candidates. Instead, it’s your overall suitability for the role. 18 years or older Strong communication skills (verbal and written)Healthy level of fitnessExperience working in team environmentsAustralian Citizen or hold Australian permanent residency to join Victoria Police. New Zealand Citizens must have a Special Category Visa and live in Australia to submit an applicationAn Australian driver’s licence, can be either manual or automatic. A probationary licence is acceptableFor full eligibility requirements visit police.vic.gov.au/careersBenefitsWe offer job security and a range of great perks including flexible rostering, on the job training and professional development.Paid Training: You will be paid to train and learn as a recruit from day one at the Victoria Police Academy.Competitive Salary: Once you are sworn in as a constable you will be paid $75,604 plus allowances per annum. In addition, there are shift penalties and overtime payments available.Work/Life balance: Shift work can provide benefits that office hours can’t – such as being able to drop the kids off at school, take on part-time studies or catch up with friends and familyCareer Progression: Specialise in as little as two years and receive training and support to progress through the ranks. Allowances and Leave: Receive up to nine weeks recreation leave, 16 weeks parental leave, study leave, long-service leave and additional superannuation.To learn more about the roles or to attend an information session visit police.vic.gov.au/policeApply NowVictoria Police is made for ambitious people looking for a more challenging, more rewarding, and more purposeful career. If you’re made for more, apply now.To start your application, please click the Apply Now link. • Tue, 02 JanVictoria Police
Training Officer » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - Your key accountabilities The core capability requirements for this role are: Provide practical operational skills training, including firearms training, to police officers, and other clients.- Apply adult education methodologies relevant to Queensland Police Service operational skills training programs and internal education and training policies and processes.- Provide leadership, supervision, and support to staff.- Assess program participants and prepare required reports based on these assessments.- Plan, facilitate and review the delivery and assessment of education and training programs.- Liaise with and develop effective working relationships with members of the Queensland Police Service and other agencies and individuals.- Contribute to the continuous improvement of course curricula by conducting research, evaluation and development relating to the area of training.- Maintain information management and other administrative systems to monitor and record training and assessment.- Continue ongoing personal development and training to ensure best practice in the effectiveness of personal and instructional skills. Role Requirements : Mandatory: There are no mandatory requirements for this role however, formal qualifications in Assessment and Training (e.g. Certificate IV or higher) would be highly regarded. Special Conditions: The successful applicant will be required to successfully complete all relevant operational skills and tactics courses if not already in possession of equivalent qualifications including District Firearms Training Officer Course, Police Operational Skills and Tactics Instructors Course, Taser Instructor Course, Active Armed Offender Instructor Course, First Aid and Tactical First Aid Training Instructors course. Hearing: Short listed applicants will be required to undergo a baseline hearing assessment by a QPS approved PEMS provider. The hearing assessment will be evaluated without the use of artificial aids and a loss of 35 decibels on the ISO 389 scale (at 500, 1000, 2000Hz), no more than 40 decibels (at 3000Hz) and no more than 50 decibels (at 4000Hz on a pure tone audiometer) in either ear is considered significant and is normally unacceptable for recruiting purposes. Successful applicants will be required to undergo yearly hearing tests and at any time as deemed necessary by QPS Blood Lead Level: Successful applicants will be required to undergo a baseline blood level test prior to commencing firearms activities and will be required to undertake further testing as deemed necessary by QPS. An Open 'C' class license is required. Applications to remain current for 12 months.This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Australia License. • Fri, 22 DecQueensland Police Service
Director , Queensland Police Service » Queensland - quality financial accounting services to support corporate Finance Division and business areas across the Queensland Police... functions. This role works directly with the Executive Director (Chief Finance Officer) as part of the Division's Senior... • Thu, 21 DecQueensland Government
Senior Discipline Support Officer , Queensland Police Service » Queensland - The Discipline Referral Unit (DRU) is an independent unit, responsible for conducting all police discipline referrals... for the Queensland Police Service (QPS). We aim to produce referral decisions that are well researched, evidence-based, fair... • Thu, 21 DecQueensland Government
Exhibit Management/Administration Officer » Macleod, Banyule Area - Victoria Police Forensic Services Department Forensic Evidence Management Unit VPS-2 ongoing position available FEMU/HMMU/FEDU Function: - The units are responsible for receiving, documenting, recording on computer, packaging, labelling, storing, and distributing items for forensic examination by VPFSC staff. The Units liaises between operational police, other clients, and forensic staff to facilitate the examination of items and to distribute reports. The units also liaise with various groups to reduce the handling and storage of exhibits prior to analyses or destructions. About the role: The VPS2 Exhibit Management/Admin Officer - is responsible for providing a quality administration service to the FEMU/HMMU/FEDU. Victoria Police is a contemporary and agile workplace and support flexible working arrangements. As the successful applicant, some of your duties will include: Operate as an effective team member in a team environment and deliver a quality, timely and effective customer service, via telephone, email and counter service. Provide timely and accurate advice to internal and external stakeholders, clients and customers based on relevant regulations, policies, procedures and guidelines. Undertake data collection and analysis activities. Prepare routine correspondence, file notations and standard reports using a range of software applications. Record on computer, casework details, records and other details as required by legislation or as necessary for samples requiring DNA profiling. Support the Forensic Services Department (FSD) Quality Management System, continuous improvement and planning processes through the identification, resolution and appropriate escalation of operational problems particularly relevant to the immediate work area. Receive, label, record, package, store and distribute evidentiary items. Maintain records, filing systems and distribute documentation relevant to exhibits. Under expert direction, process and preserve biological samples as part of evidence storage. Present supportive evidence of fact in Courts of Law regarding exhibit tracking/management/destruction, as required. Skills & Experience As the successful applicant, you will have: Demonstrated experience in performing a range of administrative support duties including the preparation of reports and correspondence, minute taking and basic research activities. Appropriate word processing and computer skills including the ability to develop and maintain appropriate work recording and monitoring systems. Proven organisational and problem-solving skills and the ability to undertake and complete a number of activities within acceptable timeframes. Well-developed communication and interpersonal skills including the ability to deal competently with senior police members, external agencies and other personnel. Demonstrated ability to function within a team environment and deal appropriately with sensitive and highly confidential information and issues. An understanding of the customer service requirements of the position and a demonstrated record of strong commitment and achievement in meeting customer needs. A proven record of ethical behaviour and a demonstrated commitment to the Victoria Police Code of Ethics and Conduct and the Organisational Values. Requirements and relevant information: Position is located at 31 Forensic drive Macleod, Victoria. The successful candidate will be required to undergo pre-employment checks which may include fingerprint checks and misconduct screening. The successful candidate will be required to provide a DNA sample (buccal swab) for use in laboratory quality control procedures (elimination purposes only). The position may require the incumbent to work outside the ordinary hours e.g. (Shift work/Overtime/On call), and attend crime scenes Applicants must be an Australian Citizen, Permanent Resident or hold a valid work permit or visa. For your application to be considered, your application must include: Resume, and Completed application form - Application form is attached to the advertisement. You must respond to the questions in the application form and attach same for your submission to be complete. Please Note: All applications will need to be submitted through the following platform: Job Skills Exchange (JSE) and careers.vic.gov.au website. Applications will not be accepted via other platforms or email. Current Victorian Government employees must apply via Jobs and Skills Exchange (JSE). Applications close midnight, Sunday 7th January 2024. For further information on this role please contact Melissa Hall via email melissa.hallpolice.vic.gov.au or 03 9450-3489. If you have a disability/medical condition and require a copy of this advertisement and attached documentation in an accessible format or would like to discuss an access requirements/reasonable adjustment for the recruitment process, please contact VPS Recruitment via email FORENSIC-RECRUIT-ESTAB-MGRpolice.vic.gov.au. About Us: Victoria Police has a dedicated workforce of more than 22,000 employees consisting of police, protective services officers, police custody officers, and public service staff. Each employee plays a vital role in providing the 24/7, 365 days a year emergency response and public safety capability the organisation delivers to its community. As a Victoria Police employee, you have a dedication and commitment to community safety. Having a workforce that reflects the community we serve is important to Victoria Police. We want to attract and retain people of all genders, ages, religions, disability, sexual orientation, family and caring responsibilities, and cultures including people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander heritage. If you are interested in a position, we encourage you to apply as we celebrate the benefit that diversity brings to our employees, our services, and our community. Find out what it is like working as a Victorian Public Servant for Victoria Police: https://www.police.vic.gov.au/vps Have you considered a career as a Police Officer, Protective Service Officer or Police Custody Officer: Roles and careers | Victoria Police • Thu, 21 DecVictoria Police
Training Officer , Queensland Police Service » Queensland - Training Officer Course, Police Operational Skills and Tactics Instructors Course, Taser Instructor Course, Active Armed... for police recruits, sworn members and staff within the area of responsibility. You will be required to undergo baseline hearing... • Thu, 21 DecQueensland Government
Police/Senior Police Liaison Officer (First Nations) » Townsville Region, Queensland - Job details Position status Permanent Position type Full-time Occupational group Community Engagement and Education Classification OO4 Workplace Location Townsville region Job ad reference QLD/534620/23 Closing date 23-Jan-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration Contact person Darren Tamblyn Contact details Mobile: 0447 261 498 Access the National Relay Service TARGETED VACANCY: This is an identified position. It is a genuine occupational requirement that an Identified position be filled by a First Nations person as permitted by and arguable under Section 25, 104 and 105 of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1991 (Qld). Palm Island station is responsible for policing the Palm Island Group of Islands. The station has a fleet of four vehicles and a police boat which can be utilised to travel to all parts of the Island. Palm Island is a picturesque Island surrounded by sandy beaches and the great barrier reef. The Island is adjacent to the world-renowned Orpheus Island Resort which is accessible via a 10-minute boat trip. The island has an airport and is only a twenty-minute flight or one and half hour ferry ride from Townsville. Key capabilities A description of the duties and key capabilities for this role are: As a First Nations Police Liaison Officer, you will assist in developing trust and understanding, between members of the Queensland Police Service and wider community, with particular focus to local First Nations communities. We value diversity and are actively seeking candidates with varied backgrounds who can think differently and innovate. In choosing the right person for this role we will consider what you have done previously - the knowledge, skills and experience you've built, your potential for development, and your personal qualities. The core capability requirements for this role are: Contribute to organisational understanding of First Nations cultures. Assist police officers to communicate effectively with cultural appropriateness to members of the local community by providing advice on First Nations customs and protocols. Work with QPS members to identify opportunities to strengthen community engagement and the development of QPS crime prevention and early intervention strategies, that are culturally appropriate. Assist First Nations community members to access policing services and provide advice to QPS members on referral to other community services where necessary. Positively and proactively engage with First Nations Community Groups including other multicultural and multifaith community groups to identify and build community based and community led programs and initiatives. Identify and link key stakeholders across police, community and government agencies in support of community based/ community led programs and/ or initiatives to improve community safety. How to apply: Please submit your CV/Resume along with a one-page cover letter outlining how your previous experience may contribute to our commitment towards community engagement and crime prevention as outlined in the key accountabilities. Please use examples from your work to date to showcase how your skills and experience match the requirements of the role. Hand delivered applications will be accepted at Palm Island, Townsville and Kirwan Police stations. Refer to the Applicant Guide for additional information on how to apply. Applications to remain current for 12 months. Further information We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity. Please ensure you download all attachments and follow the instructions on how to apply. Multiple positions available. Documents Before applying for this vacancy please ensure you read the documents below. 534620 23 - Applicant Guide (Word, 177KB) 534620 23 - Flyer - First Nations PLO TNVL - Palm Island (Word, 247KB) 534620 23 - Role Description updated (Word, 2.47MB) • Wed, 20 DecQueensland Government
Police/Senior Police Liaison Officer (First Nations) » Townsville Region, Queensland - Job details Position status Permanent Position type Full-time Occupational group Community Engagement and Education Classification OO4 Workplace Location Townsville region Job ad reference QLD/534612/23 Closing date 23-Jan-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration Contact person Todd Noble Contact details Mobile: 0438 284 002 Access the National Relay Service TARGETED VACANCY - This is an identified position. It is a genuine occupational requirement that an Identified position be filled by a First Nations person as permitted by and arguable under Section 25, 104 and 105 of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1991 (Qld). Key capabilities A description of the duties and key capabilities for this role are: As a First Nations Police Liaison Officer, you will assist in developing trust and understanding, between members of the Queensland Police Service and wider community, with particular focus to local First Nations communities. We value diversity and are actively seeking candidates with varied backgrounds who can think differently and innovate. In choosing the right person for this role we will consider what you have done previously - the knowledge, skills and experience you've built, your potential for development, and your personal qualities. The core capability requirements for this role are: Contribute to organisational understanding of First Nations cultures. Assist police officers to communicate effectively with cultural appropriateness to members of the local community by providing advice on First Nations customs and protocols. Work with QPS members to identify opportunities to strengthen community engagement and the development of QPS crime prevention and early intervention strategies, that are culturally appropriate. Assist First Nations community members to access policing services and provide advice to QPS members on referral to other community services where necessary. Positively and proactively engage with First Nations Community Groups including other multicultural and multifaith community groups to identify and build community based and community led programs and initiatives. Identify and link key stakeholders across police, community and government agencies in support of community based/ community led programs and/ or initiatives to improve community safety. Role Requirements: This is an identified position. It is a genuine occupational requirement that an Identified position be filled by a First Nations person as permitted by and arguable under Section 25, 104 and 105 of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1991 (Qld). This position involves driving of QPS vehicles. The occupant of this position is required to hold a Queensland 'C' class driver's licence or have the ability to acquire a driver's licence. This position requires wearing a Police Liaison Officer uniform and adherence to the QPS Code of Dress and Appearance. This position requires working to a set roster and may also involve weekend work and shift work to attend local festivals, and forums and to meet the policing needs of the local area - Shift penalties and overtime may apply. How to apply: Please submit your CV/Resume along with a one-page cover letter outlining how your previous experience may contribute to our commitment towards community engagement and crime prevention as outlined in the key accountabilities. Please use examples from your work to date to showcase how your skills and experience match the requirements of the role. Hand delivered applications will be accepted at Kirwan Police Station, 76 Thuringowa Drive, Kirwan, Qld 4817 (phone 4726 1000). Refer to the Applicant Guide for additional information on how to apply. Applications to remain current for 12 months. Further information We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity. Please ensure you download all attachments and follow the instructions on how to apply. Multiple positions available. Documents Before applying for this vacancy please ensure you read the documents below. 534612 23 - Applicant Guide (Word, 177KB) 534612 23 - Flyer - First Nations PLO TNVL (Word, 247KB) 534612 23 - Role Description updated (Word, 2.47MB) • Wed, 20 DecQueensland Government
Director , Queensland Police Service » Queensland - Queensland Police Service (QPS). Your part in supporting key frontline services will see you responsible for a variety of work... (Chief Finance Officer) as part of the Division's Senior Leadership Team. Your Key Accountabilities: The core capability... • Wed, 20 DecQueensland Government
Training Officer » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - Your key accountabilities The core capability requirements for this role are: - Provide practical operational skills training, including firearms training, to police officers, and other clients.- Apply adult education methodologies relevant to Queensland Police Service operational skills training programs and internal education and training policies and processes.- Provide leadership, supervision, and support to staff.- Assess program participants and prepare required reports based on these assessments.- Plan, facilitate and review the delivery and assessment of education and training programs.- Liaise with and develop effective working relationships with members of the Queensland Police Service and other agencies and individuals.- Contribute to the continuous improvement of course curricula by conducting research, evaluation and development relating to the area of training.- Maintain information management and other administrative systems to monitor and record training and assessment.- Continue ongoing personal development and training to ensure best practice in the effectiveness of personal and instructional skills. Role Requirements : Mandatory: There are no mandatory requirements for this role however, formal qualifications in Assessment and Training (e.g. Certificate IV or higher) would be highly regarded. Special Conditions: The successful applicant will be required to successfully complete all relevant operational skills and tactics courses if not already in possession of equivalent qualifications including District Firearms Training Officer Course, Police Operational Skills and Tactics Instructors Course, Taser Instructor Course, Active Armed Offender Instructor Course, First Aid and Tactical First Aid Training Instructors course. Hearing: Short listed applicants will be required to undergo a baseline hearing assessment by a QPS approved PEMS provider. The hearing assessment will be evaluated without the use of artificial aids and a loss of 35 decibels on the ISO 389 scale (at 500, 1000, 2000Hz), no more than 40 decibels (at 3000Hz) and no more than 50 decibels (at 4000Hz on a pure tone audiometer) in either ear is considered significant and is normally unacceptable for recruiting purposes. Successful applicants will be required to undergo yearly hearing tests and at any time as deemed necessary by QPS Blood Lead Level: Successful applicants will be required to undergo a baseline blood level test prior to commencing firearms activities and will be required to undertake further testing as deemed necessary by QPS. An Open 'C' class license is required. Applications to remain current for 12 months. • Wed, 20 DecQueensland Government
Engagement & Diversion Officer , Queensland Police Service » Queensland - You will assist in making Queensland communities safe from violent extremism by assessing risk to the community and by developing, implementing, and managing interagency case management strategies for individuals at risk of radicalising to ... • Tue, 19 DecQueensland Government
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Police/Senior Police Liaison Officer (First Nations) , Queensland Police Service » Queensland - capabilities A description of the duties and key capabilities for this role are: As a First Nations Police Liaison Officer...Palm Island Police station, where you will be working in a highly motived self-driven environment with general duties... • Tue, 19 DecQueensland Government
Police/Senior Police Liaison Officer (First Nations) » Townsville Region, Queensland - TARGETED VACANCY - This is an identified position. It is a genuine occupational requirement that an Identified position be filled by a First Nations person as permitted by and arguable under Section 25, 104 and 105 of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1991 (Qld). Key capabilities A description of the duties and key capabilities for this role are: - As a First Nations Police Liaison Officer, you will assist in developing trust and understanding, between members of the Queensland Police Service and wider community, with particular focus to local First Nations communities.- We value diversity and are actively seeking candidates with varied backgrounds who can think differently and innovate.- In choosing the right person for this role we will consider what you have done previously - the knowledge, skills and experience you've built, your potential for development, and your personal qualities. The core capability requirements for this role are: - Contribute to organisational understanding of First Nations cultures.- Assist police officers to communicate effectively with cultural appropriateness to members of the local community by providing advice on First Nations customs and protocols.- Work with QPS members to identify opportunities to strengthen community engagement and the development of QPS crime prevention and early intervention strategies, that are culturally appropriate.- Assist First Nations community members to access policing services and provide advice to QPS members on referral to other community services where necessary.- Positively and proactively engage with First Nations Community Groups including other multicultural and multifaith community groups to identify and build community based and community led programs and initiatives.- Identify and link key stakeholders across police, community and government agencies in support of community based/ community led programs and/ or initiatives to improve community safety. Role Requirements: - This is an identified position. It is a genuine occupational requirement that an Identified position be filled by a First Nations person as permitted by and arguable under Section 25, 104 and 105 of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1991 (Qld).- This position involves driving of QPS vehicles. The occupant of this position is required to hold a Queensland 'C' class driver's licence or have the ability to acquire a driver's licence.- This position requires wearing a Police Liaison Officer uniform and adherence to the QPS Code of Dress and Appearance.- This position requires working to a set roster and may also involve weekend work and shift work to attend local festivals, and forums and to meet the policing needs of the local area - Shift penalties and overtime may apply. How to apply: Please submit your CV/Resume along with a one-page cover letter outlining how your previous experience may contribute to our commitment towards community engagement and crime prevention as outlined in the key accountabilities. Please use examples from your work to date to showcase how your skills and experience match the requirements of the role. Hand delivered applications will be accepted at Kirwan Police Station, 76 Thuringowa Drive, Kirwan, Qld 4817 (phone 4726 1000). Refer to the Applicant Guide for additional information on how to apply. Applications to remain current for 12 months. • Tue, 19 DecQueensland Government
Police/Senior Police Liaison Officer (First Nations) » Townsville Region, Queensland - TARGETED VACANCY: This is an identified position. It is a genuine occupational requirement that an Identified position be filled by a First Nations person as permitted by and arguable under Section 25, 104 and 105 of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1991 (Qld). Palm Island station is responsible for policing the Palm Island Group of Islands. The station has a fleet of four vehicles and a police boat which can be utilised to travel to all parts of the Island. Palm Island is a picturesque Island surrounded by sandy beaches and the great barrier reef. The Island is adjacent to the world-renowned Orpheus Island Resort which is accessible via a 10-minute boat trip. The island has an airport and is only a twenty-minute flight or one and half hour ferry ride from Townsville. Key capabilities A description of the duties and key capabilities for this role are: - As a First Nations Police Liaison Officer, you will assist in developing trust and understanding, between members of the Queensland Police Service and wider community, with particular focus to local First Nations communities.- We value diversity and are actively seeking candidates with varied backgrounds who can think differently and innovate.- In choosing the right person for this role we will consider what you have done previously - the knowledge, skills and experience you've built, your potential for development, and your personal qualities. The core capability requirements for this role are: - Contribute to organisational understanding of First Nations cultures.- Assist police officers to communicate effectively with cultural appropriateness to members of the local community by providing advice on First Nations customs and protocols.- Work with QPS members to identify opportunities to strengthen community engagement and the development of QPS crime prevention and early intervention strategies, that are culturally appropriate.- Assist First Nations community members to access policing services and provide advice to QPS members on referral to other community services where necessary.- Positively and proactively engage with First Nations Community Groups including other multicultural and multifaith community groups to identify and build community based and community led programs and initiatives.- Identify and link key stakeholders across police, community and government agencies in support of community based/ community led programs and/ or initiatives to improve community safety. How to apply: Please submit your CV/Resume along with a one-page cover letter outlining how your previous experience may contribute to our commitment towards community engagement and crime prevention as outlined in the key accountabilities. Please use examples from your work to date to showcase how your skills and experience match the requirements of the role. Hand delivered applications will be accepted at Palm Island, Townsville and Kirwan Police stations. Refer to the Applicant Guide for additional information on how to apply. Applications to remain current for 12 months. • Tue, 19 DecQueensland Government
Police/Senior Police Liaison Officer (First Nations) , Queensland Police Service » Queensland - As a First Nations Police Liaison Officer, you will assist in developing trust and understanding, between members... for this role are: As a First Nations Police Liaison Officer, you will assist in developing trust and understanding... • Tue, 19 DecQueensland Government
Project Officer , Queensland Police Service » Queensland - . Other: Applications will remain current for 12 months. This position involves driving of police vehicles. Duties may involve weekend... • Tue, 19 DecQueensland Government

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