Investigator, Intervention And Enforcement


Investigator, Intervention and Enforcement Job. Conducting investigations into criminal offences. Your New Company
Is a well-regarded government regulatory agency located in the Melbourne CBD. You will join a competent team of legal professionals within the Investigations Division, who are tasked with investigations, processing appropriate regulatory responses, including resulting prosecutions and litigation, in addition to undertaking investigations and prosecutions of potential serious breaches of the Uniform Law in Victoria.

Your New Role
As an investigator within the division you will handle investigations and prosecutions of unqualified legal practice matters and preparing documents for the purpose of potentially going to court. In addition you will be responsible for:

  • Handle prosecutorial/litigation actions taken in relation to investigations, including preparing charges and briefs of evidence, liaising with legal counsel and instructing and appearing as required
  • Conducting investigations into criminal offences and assist other officers in more complex cases as directed
  • Preparing reports and correspondence and liaising with lawyers, witnesses and the public as required
  • Assisting senior investigators with assigned investigations for more complex matters
  • Managing a personal workload of less complex matters, including formal investigations, document and evidence review, witness interviews and report and brief preparation
  • Instruct in court for summary offences
  • Manage relationships with lawyers, witnesses, external interviewees and the public
  • Ensure the interested of clients are protected and matters are finalised in a timely fashion through appropriate communication, investigation and alternative dispute resolution techniques

What you’ll need to succeed
To be successful in this role, you will be legally qualified and will possess the following requirements:
- An advanced understanding of how to interpret and apply legislation
- Advanced ability in complex report writing
- Experience in criminal law

What you’ll get in return
The anticipated length of the assignment is three months and you will be offered an hourly rate of $61 per hour, along with the opportunity to work in a well-regarded government regulatory agency.

What you need to do now
If you’re interested in this role, click ‘apply now’ or for more information and a confidential discussion on this role, or to find out about similar opportunities, contact Teresa Lamanna on 03 8616 8*** [tel:03%208616%208474] or email **************@hays.com.au [mailto:**************@hays.com.au]

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