Corrections Intelligence Officer

The Department of Justice and Regulation delivers high quality services to Victorians and supports a safe, just, innovative and thriving Victoria.

We provide professional, value for money services that are driven by our values: working together, making it happen, respecting other people, serving the community and acting with integrity.

Through our commitment to diversity and equality, we are actively engaged in promoting and maintaining a safe and inclusive work environment where all employees are respected, valued and supported.

Our employees are key to our success, and bring new and creative responses to issues and challenges we face in our work and the delivery of quality services to the Victorian community. We proactively seek to employ people of any gender, age, religion, sexual orientation, with a disability, and varied cultural backgrounds. In addition, we have a firm commitment to increase participation of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people across our workforce.

The department is committed to the safety and wellbeing of children and recognises that children’s rights need to be respected, their views welcomed and valued, and their concerns taken seriously and acted upon.

Working flexibly is considered business as usual at the Department of Justice and Regulation. All requests for flexible working arrangements will be considered in line with operational requirements.

Department policy stipulates that salary upon commencement is paid at the base of the salary range for the relevant grade. Any above base requests require sign off by an executive delegate and will be by exception only or where required to match the current salary of Victorian Public Service staff transferring at level.

If you require a copy of this advertisement or any attached documentation in an accessible format, such as large print, please contact the contact person listed on this advertisement.

If a career that can give you the opportunity to contribute to a safe and just Victoria appeals to you, we look forward to receiving your application.
Job Details
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Department: Department of Justice and Regulation
Work Type: Other
Job Function: Prison and Corrective Services
Classification: VPSG3
Work Location: Melbourne - CBD
Reference: VG/IOMULTIPLE
Closing Date: 10-Jun-2018
Salary Range: $65,713 - $79,790
Job Duration: N/A
Attachments: Multiple - Corrections Intelligence Officer.doc (Word, 864KB)


Applying for a position at DJR.pdf (PDF, 160KB)


Contact: Daniel Carrubba on (03) 8363 0608
Daniel.Carrubba@justice.vic.gov.au

Position Details

About us

Corrections Victoria Intelligence Service (CVIS) is the overarching intelligence service for Corrections Victoria (CV) and its stakeholders, and forms part of the Security and Intelligence Services. The CVIS is comprised of the primary intelligence unit known as the Corrections Victoria Intelligence Unit (CVIU), and intelligence officers located at the public and private prison facilities in Victoria. The CVIU is located at the State-wide Services Building, Ravenhall, Victoria.

About the role

Reporting to the Intelligence and Coordination Manager, as the Corrections Intelligence Officer, your primary role and purpose will be to provide operational support for all intelligence related matters conducted by the CVIU. As the Corrections Intelligence Officer, you will be required to work closely with the Intelligence Analysts and Operational Intelligence Officers, gathering information in order to prevent prisoner escapes, prevent assaults upon staff and prisoners, prevent the introduction and usage of contraband within prisons, and to identify possible prisoner incidents/unrest.

As the Corrections Intelligence Officer you will most likely be based at the Ravenhall State-wide Services Building, however, you may be required to work at a variety of other locations.

About you

As our ideal candidate, you will have:

  • demonstrated ability to use an information management system to collect, store and report on data
  • experience in the use of information management systems (Palantir and/or other data managing technologies is highly desirable)
  • demonstrated knowledge of, or the capacity to learn, computer software such as Microsoft Office Suite, Lotus Notes and internal CV computer systems, including PIMS and E-Justice.

How to apply

Please click the Apply button at the bottom of this advertisement. Applications should include a resume and covering letter. Attachments can be uploaded in .doc, .docx, .pdf, .txt or .rtf formats.

Please note:  When submitting your application online, there will be questions pertaining to a number of the position's Key Selection Criteria to which you are required to respond.


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