APS5 Compliance Officer

  • Australia
  • Australian Capital Territory
  • Contract
  • AU$0.00 - AU$55 per hour + Super
  • APS5 Compliance Officer role within a Federal Government Agency
  • Contract Term: 12 Months plus possible extension
  • Hybrid working option (Maximum 2 days working from home)

Our client is seeking for an APS5 Compliance Officer to join the Compliance Program Branch.

About the Role:
The Compliance Program Branch is responsible for providing the strategic and operational direction of the Agency’s compliance function to ensure payment integrity and facilitate a reduction of potential fraud and non-compliance to the Agency.

The branch aim is to engage with Agency staff, partners, participants and providers to promote good compliance practice and early intervention when non-compliance is identified. We believe in positive engagement, early intervention, and mutual awareness and ownership towards compliance and good practice.

The APS5 Compliance Officer is accountable under limited supervision to undertake moderately complex to complex compliance activities and work. Legislation, policies, procedures, standards, methodologies and precedents guide the position.

The position is a team membership position and is accountable for organising their workflow and making independent decisions relating to an area of responsibility. The position will be required to provide policy advice within an area of specialisation with advice based on policies and legislation.

The APS5 Compliance Officer will have a considerable level of contact with internal and external stakeholders and will be required to communicate with and provide advice on a range of matters to resolve moderately complex to complex enquiries.

Key Responsibilities:
Responsibilities may include but are not limited to:

  • Undertaking compliance activities in accordance with the relevant legislation, Agency guidelines and documented process.
  • Ensuring escalations and critical incidents are managed in accordance with Agency framework.
  • Maintaining accurate records of decisions using Excel and CRM based system products.
  • Analysing participant and provider data to assess payments made against participant plans.
  • Completing highly complex assessments to ensure payments are accurately delivered to customers.
  • Providing assistance and technical advice to support the team through mentoring, development opportunities and monitoring performance.

(NOTE: the key responsibilities of the role are based on current priorities and may change over time)

Skills and Experience
Key skills required for role/s:

  • Ability to foster a learning environment
  • Ability to understand legislation
  • Experience applying administrative law principles
  • Government and brief writing skills
  • Analysis and research skills

Eligibility/Other Requirements:

  • To be eligible for employment for this role, you must be an Australian citizen.

How to Apply:
To apply for this opportunity, please submit your application to Connie at Talent International by clicking the “APPLY NOW” button. Alternatively, you can contact Connie on 02 6129 6318 or connie.tong@talentinternational.com for further information

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