OverviewQueensland Government Compliance Officer Temporay in Brisbane Central Business District QLD
Branch Brisbane Central Business District QLD AU
Brisbane Central Business District QLD
Key duties and accountabilities• Undertake proactive compliance activities in relation to legislation administered by the OLGR.• Represent OLGR at industry and…
Key duties and accountabilities• Undertake proactive compliance activities in relation to legislation administered by the OLGR.• Represent OLGR at industry and community forums.• Prepare reports and submissions and make recommendations relating to inspections/audits and enforcement actions.• Monitor and promote commitment to harm minimisation within the liquor and gambling industry.• Work individually and as an effective team member• Establish and maintain a high level of knowledge and awareness of industry trends and issues.• Research and interpret legislation, regulations and guidelines. • Establish and maintain a high level of knowledge of the regulatory model used to administer the liquor and gaming industries. • Provide education and training to the liquor and gaming industries and other agencies as required.
Key capabilitiesTo determine your suitability for the role, you will be assessed on the following key capabilities that link to the key duties and accountabilities for this role: • Communicates effectively with internal and external clients to provide responsive, accurate and relevant information and services. (Customer Focus)• Can define and analyse complex problems and develop effective solutions, and knows how and where to seek relevant sources of information. (Problem Solving)• Prioritises and uses time effectively in order to deliver on a broad range of activities and projects. (Time Management)• Writes clearly and succinctly in a variety of communication styles to convey messages that will achieve a desired effect. (Written Communications)
Mandatory qualifications and special conditionsThe holder of this role must hold a “C” class driver licence and may be required to travel throughout the region.
In accordance with legislation administered by OLGR, officers are to be of good repute, having regard to character, honesty and integrity. To ensure persons appointed to a position within OLGR satisfy this requirement, the following is to occur.
Prior to appointment, as the successful applicant you are required to: • be fingerprinted• complete a Personal History and Suitability of a Person Form—this includes an obligation to declare any disciplinary action taken in previous public sector employment, including the Queensland Police Service• undergo an investigation that satisfies the Executive Director that you are of good repute – for candidates with previous public sector employment, including the Queensland Police Service, this will include obtaining disciplinary information from the relevant employers and the Crime and Misconduct Commission• accept that you may be subject to restrictions on participation in all relevant gaming activities within Queensland• accept that once you are employed in any capacity, you may be subject to employment constraints within the gaming industry during and upon cessation of employment with OLGR• accept that no employee of OLGR can hold shares or have a beneficial interest in organisations in the gaming industry (other than for the purpose of ordinary membership of a club or association).
Post appointment, as the successful applicant you are required to: • be subject to OLGR’s staff probity checking process on an ongoing basis (periodic reviews will be conducted at no more than five year intervals)• accept that your employment within OLGR is conditional upon you providing the requested information for any periodic review and that you continue to be regarded as suitable• immediately advise the Executive Director where a new conflict of interest situation could arise e.g. through direct or indirect shareholdings held by either yourself or your spouse or membersh
Employment Type: Temporary
Location: Brisbane Central Business District, QLD, AU
Posted on: 2015-03-03