Warrants Administration Officer
- Exciting and challenging opportunity to work in a specialist law enforcement agency
- Sydney CBD location
- Full time ongoing position
- Flexible working conditions
- Commitment to a diverse workplace
Contact: Nick Athas - People & Culture Manager - (02) 9269 9734 or
Closing Date: 11.59pm (EST) on Wednesday 5th October 2022
You must be an Australian citizen to be able to work at the NSW Crime Commission.
Successful applicants must also demonstrate that they have received two doses of an approved COVID 19 vaccine or provide acceptable evidence of a medical contraindication.
About the NSW Crime Commission:
The NSW Crime Commission is established to investigate and disrupt organised crime and other serious criminal activity and to pursue confiscation of the proceeds of crime. The Strategic Intelligence & Capabilities Directorate forms part of the Criminal Investigations Division and provides specialist investigative support services to assist in achieving the Commission’s strategic and operational objectives.
The Commission provides a challenging, high-paced work environment where staff are encouraged to identify and take advantage of development opportunities. We support an inclusive workplace where all staff have access to opportunities and resources at all levels, enabling our people to drive commitment, innovation, productivity and delivery of high-quality services and capabilities. Work / life balance is encouraged and flexible work arrangements form an important part of the Commission’s daily work.
About the role
The Commission is seeking applications from enthusiastic and driven individuals interested in an exciting opportunity to form part of a new Interception and Compliance team. The Warrants Administration Officer is responsible for providing a range of record keeping and operational support activities relating to the team’s telecommunications interception and data management functions, including preparation of material for briefs of evidence and supporting the Commission’s response to external oversight and reporting requirements.
If you are a team player who can demonstrate excellent organisational, time management and problem-solving skills and the ability to manage competing demands and priorities, this may be the next career challenge you have been hoping for.
The NSW Crime Commission continuously strives to be an inclusive workplace for all people within our diverse community and welcomes and encourages applications from all ages and genders, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, culturally and linguistically diverse groups, the LGBTIQA+ community, veterans, refugees and people with disabilities.
The recommended candidates must be willing to participate in and secure appropriate security clearances by providing comprehensive details about their personal and financial interests and other relevant information about themselves, their families and their associates.
It is a condition of employment at the Commission that a member of staff obtain and maintain: * a security clearance issued by the Commissioner, and
- a security clearance issued by the Australian Government Security Vetting Agency that the Commissioner determines is necessary for the position
All applications must be forwarded to: . Applications will not be accepted via ‘I work for NSW’.
If you are interested in this role you are strongly encouraged to familiarise yourself with the requirements of this role as outlined in this . You are also encouraged to read this to help as you prepare your application.
To apply for this position, please submit:
- Your resume (maximum five A4 pages) including your citizenship status;
- A brief covering letter no longer than one A4 page generally outlining your skills and experience, relevant to the functions of this role; and
- A document no longer than two A4 pages addressing the two pre-screening questions below:
Question 2: Describe your approach to the collation and maintenance of sensitive records or information.
Applicants invited to interview will be required to complete additional assessments.
Should you require any further information about applying for this role please contact the Commission’s People & Culture Manager, Nick Athas, at or on (02) 9269 9734.