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February

Compliance Officer

Department of the Attorney General and Justice - Katherine, NT

Government, Defence & Emergency
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JOB DESCRIPTION

Job description

Agency Department of the Attorney-General Work unit

and Justice Community Corrections

Job title Compliance Officer Designation Administrative Officer 3

Job type Casual ($40.93) per hour Duration Fixed for 12 months

Salary $62,773 - $67,746 Location Katherine

Position number 79210015 RTF 206610 Closing 21/02/2021

Contact John Morris on 08 8973 8743 or johng.morris@nt.gov.au

About the agency https://justice.nt.gov.au/

Apply online https://jobs.nt.gov.au/Home/JobDetails?rtfId=206610

Information for applicants

Applications must be limited to a one-page summary sheet and detailed resume.

The NTPS values diversity and aims for a workforce that represents the community. The NTPS encourages people from all

diversity groups to apply for vacancies. For more information about applying for this position and the merit process, go to the

OCPE website.

Special Measures is not applicable to this vacancy.

Primary objective:
Support the effective use of electronic monitoring equipment and undertake surveillance checks on offenders subject to the full

range of community based orders, Parole Orders and those offenders released on an administrative permit by the Commissioner

of the Northern Territory Correctional Services.

Key duties and responsibilities:

  • Conduct appropriate electronic surveillance and other compliance checks of non-custodial offenders including at their place
of residence, work, education and elsewhere on a random basis as directed.

  • Advise offenders of the condition of their orders, electronic monitoring and curfew requirements, and the consequences of
non-compliance with conditions and instructions.

  • Undertake and complete installation and retrieval of electronic monitoring equipment including cleaning and maintenance,
testing and reporting faults or repairs to the Team Leader for timely action.

  • Administer and supervise tests for alcohol and other drug (e.g. breath and urine) in accordance with agency policy and at the
direction of Probation and Parole Officers.

  • Report any failures or suspected failures of compliance and take action as directed including drafting breach orders.
  • Keep records, capture information on IT systems, prepare reports, collateral checks and other documentation relevant to the
management of community based offenders and attend court to give evidence as required.

  • Under appropriate supervision, monitor and manage a caseload of low risk offenders in accordance with the requirements of
legislation and the Northern Territory Community Corrections (NTCC) policy and procedures.

Selection criteria:
Essential:
1. Sound written and verbal communication skills with a proven ability to maintain a high level of confidentiality and prepare

and provide written documentation.

2. Proven ability to interact effectively with people from diverse cultures and in particular actively engage with Aboriginal

people, communities and various government agencies.

3. Proven ability to work independently, as part of a team, meet deadlines and work flexible hours with minimal supervision.

4. An understanding of the technologies relevant to electronic monitoring and the ability to use IT systems, acquire and keep

up to date with technological changes relating to electronic monitoring or ability to gain in a timely manner.

Desirable:
1. Previous experience working within Community Corrections, criminal justice or related fields, or knowledge of the Northern

Territory criminal justice system, and the role of Northern Territory Correctional Services within that system.

Further information:
Successful applicant must hold a manual Northern Territory Driver’s Licence, and may be required to travel within regional and

remote communities and camp out when required. Travel may be by means of road and air, including on outback roads in four

wheel drives, light aircraft and boats.

The Department of the Attorney-General and Justice has a Smoke Free Policy. Staff are not permitted to smoke anywhere on

departmental premises, facilities or in vehicles, nor whilst working off-site. The preferred applicant/s will be required to complete

a pre-employment questionnaire and the successful applicant/s will be required to undergo a criminal history check (confirmed

by fingerprints and name check) prior to commencement of employment. An adverse criminal history will not necessarily exclude

an applicant from this position. All NT Correctional Services employees are subject to random drug and alcohol testing.

Katherine, NT

Government, Defence & Emergency




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