Greyhound Racing NSW (GRNSW) is leading significant reform of the greyhound racing industry in NSW and is strengthening and enhancing its investigations function to ensure it can effectively identify and respond to alleged wrongdoing in the sport. As a result, GRNSW has an exciting opportunity for a Principal Investigator to join its Regulatory Branch to play a key role in leading GRNSW's investigations.
The Principal Investigator leads a small team in the delivery of risk-based investigative activities to manage integrity and welfare risks across the greyhound industry. The role establishes contemporary, risk-based methodologies that are underpinned by transparent policies, procedures and systems.
GRNSW is seeking a highly capable and accomplished investigator of high integrity with strong, demonstrated, relevant and contemporary investigative experience within a law enforcement or regulatory environment. Applicants must also possess highly effective interpersonal, communication and analytical skills.
The Principal Investigator role will require some afterhours activity and frequent travel within regional NSW.
GRNSW offers a competitive salary package, flexible work arrangements and a focus on your ongoing professional development.
Applicants should submit a current resume and a cover letter (no more than two pages) setting out their claims against the key accountabilities of the role to firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications close 10 June 2016
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