About This Position
We are seeking an experienced investigator or a person with strong research and analytical background with a genuine interest in investigations, for the role of Planning Compliance Officer. The position works within Council’s Compliance Unit and is responsible for undertaking statutory planning enforcement duties, as well as the enforcement of development legislation.
The role is also responsible for the preparation of complex documentation including notices and briefs of evidence.You will need to be self-motivated and demonstrate the ability to undertake investigative processes within a government environment.
The ability to interpret and apply legislation and regulations and a strong administrative background are essential. Previous experience in a planning or regulatory environment would be well regarded.
Further details: The role is ongoing full-time and offers a salary in the range of $77,785 to $85,944 per annum, based on skills and experience. For further information on this position, please contact Scott Basham, Manager Compliance and Community Development on 03 6211 8200.
How to Apply: The Information Package for this role is available below. To ensure your application is considered, you must provide a current resume and a statement addressing the selection criteria. Applications can be submitted online through the Employment Portal on Council’s website.
Applications close at 4pm on Friday, 23 October 2020.
Please address these selection criteria in your application
1. Demonstrated experience in undertaking complex investigative or research processes.
2. Demonstrated ability to interpret and apply detailed legislation and regulations within a government environment.
3. Substantial experience in dealing with a range of people, including high level verbal, mediation, conflict resolution and interpersonal skills.
4. Sound judgement, problem solving and decision-making skills.
5. Good computer literacy and written communication skills, with demonstrated ability to research and prepare detailed documentation.
6. Proven effective organisational and time management skills, ability to work under limited supervision and a demonstrated capacity to work well in a coordinated team.
7. Current unrestricted motor vehicle driver’s licence.
8. Certificate IV in Government Investigations (or similar) or the ability to acquire this qualification.
9. Previous experience in a planning regulatory enforcement environment.