Director Digital Forensics & Collections

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Department: Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission
Work Type: Fixed term - full time
Job Function: Other
Classification: EO3
Work Location: Melbourne - CBD
Reference: 10036_1605856787
Closing Date: 04-Dec-2020
Salary Range: $182,070 - $236,068
Job Duration: N/A
Attachments: No File Attached
Contact: Human Resources
hrhelp@ibac.vic.gov.au

Position Details

  • Senior executive leadership opportunity
  • CBD location (currently working from home)
  • Values driven, energetic & flexible work environment


Our organisation


IBAC's work is challenging - we expose public sector corruption and police misconduct and they're serious issues. We front up to this mission each and every day because we all want a public service that acts in the best interests of Victoria.

Our vision and reason for being is the number one reason team members join and stay at IBAC. A Victorian public sector that actively resists corruption is something we whole-heartedly believe in and work towards. Our dedication to fairness and natural justice is clear and tangible.

Our expectations are high; we expect the public to bravely call out corruption and misconduct and the public trust that we will leave no stone unturned in meeting these expectations. We expect our team to work with sensitive information confidentially and respectfully. We understand that if we are to foster a corruption-resistant public sector, we need a workplace built on integrity.


Our team:


We think we're a great group of people to work with, but we appreciate an anti-corruption agency isn't for everyone. We work really well with people who are:

  • courageous and up for a true challenge - a vision to create a public sector that actively resists corruption is not for the faint-hearted, especially when our jurisdiction covers the entire Victorian public sector (think police, government departments, state agencies, local councils, schools and universities, public hospitals, parliamentarians and the courts)
  • patient and professional with real staying-power - our projects are complex and can change direction quickly which takes understanding and a real respect for tackling corruption
  • flexible but with a measured and fair approach - we need to be nimble to respond to what's happening in Victoria but we also need to be well considered and treat every aspect of our work with objectivity
  • trustworthy with a keen sense of duty - we need people who can strike the right balance between working with the utmost confidentiality, understanding what you can and can't share but also being open and collaborative across the agency

Your new role:

We have an opportunity to join IBAC's Operations directorate as Director Digital Forensics & Collections. Reporting to the Executive Director Operations the successful applicant will have extensive experience in supporting the management of telecommunications interception and has an expert understanding of the relevant legislation and industry standards.

We are looking for a Director that will lead the Digital Forensics & Collections team to success by:

  • Leading motivating and managing a team including the mentoring of employees to share knowledge
  • Providing expert advice on strategic and operational issues involving telecommunication interception and digital forensics and
  • Implementing continuous improvement in the Digital Forensics & Collections Team through collaboration and sound change management.

This is an exciting role operating in a dynamic environment of telecommunications interception and IT Forensics. As a senior executive of Victoria's state anti-corruption agency, the role demands the highest standards of integrity and ethical behaviour.


Our requirements/Your skill set:

We are looking for candidates with the below experience and capabilities:

  • Demonstrated senior leadership experience
  • Extensive people leadership and change management skills
  • Experience working for a Government or public interest agency
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Strong stakeholder management


Apply now:

Your application is a two-step process. You are unable to save partial applications.

Submit your application online using the 'Apply Now' button, making sure you include:

  • a cover letter addressing the Key Selection Criteria in the Position Description
  • a resume no longer than 5 typed pages (in Word format)
  • responses to the screening questions within the application process


Applications close midnight, Friday 4 December 2020
Visit: www.ibac.vic.gov.au for more information.


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