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Investigator Fraud Intervention Services (Avondale and Otahuhu)


Investigator, Fraud Intervention Services (Avondale and Otahuhu) 6 x Permanent, Fulltime roles. As an Investigator you will be responsible for the delivery and management of the Ministry’s responses to benefit and public housing fraud across the Auckland Region. You’ll be the face of our organisation, using your outstanding communication, high-level of initiative and sound decision making skills to deliver outcomes. You will be providing ability and local knowledge in the development and implementation of local initiative to deter and detect fraud and investigate activity. As a team, we are committed to providing you with a positive work environment and will work with you to achieve results for the team and you. You will have: • Highly developed people skills • Organisational skills, including caseload management • The ability to interpret and apply appropriate policy and legislation • Risk awareness • The ability to network within the Ministry and with outside agencies and the community • A full New Zealand driver’s licence and a willingness to travel to fulfil work qualifications are essential. Occasional overnight travel may be required. Background in a compliance role involving investigation and prosecution of offences, including the PEACE model of evidential interviewing would be a significant advantage. A sound current expertise of Work and Income products would also be an advantage. You will need to be self-motivated, well organised and have a commitment to achieving personal and team goals while operating with the highest of ethical and professional standards. Remuneration is dependent on relevant work background and other factors. The compensation range for this role is from $64,219.00 to $88,301.00 per annum (Range F). How to apply - key recruitment process info To be considered, a current CV and introductory letter is expected with your on-line application. Please take some time to read through the position summary and tell us in your introductory letter what skills and attributes you will bring to this important role. Please indicate in your introductory letter which location (Avondale or Otahuhu) you would like to be considered for. MSD staff: please apply on-line through your myHR careers portal at work with your current CV and Introductory letter Job description : Preference is given to those who hold New Zealand Citizenship or Permanent Residency at the time of application. Application key dates Applications closes Tuesday 19th January 2021 at 10:00pm Interviews starting 29th January 2021 For any further discussion about the role, contact Christine Cole on Joining us Joining MSD means being part of a whānau that celebrates the diversity each individual represents. We show manaaki, we care about the wellbeing and success of people and want everyone to thrive, and be who they are in a supportive and inclusive workplace environment. We collaborate closely to make a difference for communities while doing the right thing with integrity. We are a Treaty partner committed to strengthening relationships with Māori, Hapū, Iwi and communities to realise their own potential and aspirations. If you have any support or access qualifications, we encourage you to tell us when you apply so we can assist you through the recruitment process. The Ministry of Social Development is 1 of New Zealand's largest government agencies. Our work to achieve better social outcomes affects almost every New Zealander, now or in the future.
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