Intelligence Analyst

Here at the Victorian Gambling and Casino Control Commission (VGCCC) we have an opportunity for two Intelligence Analysts, to join the Intelligence and Insights team and provide high level intelligence and reporting capability to the Regulatory Services division and its stakeholders. The people we are looking for will have strong communication, intelligence, and critical thinking skills along with the ability to tell a story with data. Ideally, the individuals will be data literate and capable of preparing analytic, operational, tactical, and strategic reports as well as briefs and information packs. If this sounds like you and you are looking to develop your skill even further, in a rewarding and dynamic environment, then we would like to hear from you.
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Department: Victorian Gambling and Casino Control Commission
Work Type: Ongoing - full time
Job Function: Regulatory, Governance and Compliance
Classification: VPSG4
Work Location: Melbourne - CBD
Reference: VG/GC3098GC3263
Closing Date: 26-Feb-2024
Salary Range: $92,332 - $104,762
Job Duration: N/A
Attachments: GC3263 GC3098 - Intelligence Analyst.pdf (PDF, 254KB)

Contact: Jason Cremona
0421 614 334

Position Details

About the organisation

The Victorian Gambling and Casino Control Commission (VGCCC) is an independent statutory authority which regulates Victoria's gambling industry. The organisation licenses, informs and educates, monitors, and enforces the gambling industry through a risk-based approach to regulation. Underpinned by its values of “work together, act with integrity, respect others, make it happen, and act with courage and confidence” the VGCCC plays an important role in ensuring the integrity, safety, and fairness of the gambling industry so that it delivers sustainable benefits to Victoria.

The opportunity

Reporting to the Principal Intelligence Analyst, this role is responsible for the collection and dissemination of gambling information acquired by VGCCC, identifying, and evaluating emerging gambling trends, including analysis work in relation to anti-money laundering (AML). Outcomes of this work include providing recommendations that have a focus on harm minimisation which are based on data driven assessments that are underpinned by quantitative, qualitative, and statistically based reports. The Intelligence Analyst as part of their role is also expected to prepare high calibre and insightful briefs for senior management and key stakeholders. As such the Intelligence Analyst is required to have strong communication skills, with an ability to effectively engage different audience groups with exceptional written material and in-person presentations.

Who we are looking for

The ideal candidate will be a team player who has a growth mindset and is adaptable. They will need to demonstrate sophisticated stakeholder engagement skills, clear and articulate communication ability, a customer service outlook, and a collaborative approach to working with others. Underpinning these personal attributes will be sound analytic and problem-solving skills along with advanced writing competency. The candidate will also be comfortable working with and interpreting a variety of data sets to distil insights.

Key responsibilities

  • Prepare high calibre reports, briefs and information products that inform activity occurring within the gambling undustry.
  • Analyse quantitative and qualitive information to identify any suspicious patterns, within regulated entities in the gambling industry.
  • Assist with the planning, research and development of intelligence assessments and prepare complex reports, including analysis papers, project proposals and briefings to senior management.
  • Engage with key internal and external SME's on matters associated with gambling and AML to ensure the adequate regulatory response is implemented and key knowledge on such matters is retained within the VGCCC.
  • Contribute to team objectives and support team members to achieve common and individual goals whilst also contributing to build a supportive, inclusive, and positive team culture based on mutual trust and respect.

If this role appeals to you, please submit a cover letter and a resume.

Applicants may be required to undergo pre-employment screening as part of the recruitment process. For further information, please refer to the Victorian Public Sector Commission website pre-employment screening policy.

To apply and view the selection criteria, salary range and the position description click Apply Now. If you have any queries please contact Jason Cremona, Director Regulatory Services on 0421 614 334.

Applications close 26th Feb 2024.

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