The ICAC is an important and exciting place to work. Appointment to positions at the ICAC is through a competitive merit-based selection process combined with a stringent security vetting process undertaken by the preferred applicant. Staff are employed under the ICAC Award. All current job vacancies at the ICAC are listed below:
|Job title:||Principal Lawyer (Prosecutions) - Temporary|
|Grade:||ICAC Officer Grade 8|
|Salary range:||Total remuneration package valued to $159,955 pa|
|Status:||Temporary full-time until 20 February 2015, Sydney CBD|
|Closing date:||Monday, 17th March 2014|
The ICAC is looking for a highly experienced, efficient and motivated person to join our Legal Division to assist the ICAC to undertake its purpose to expose and minimise corruption in the NSW public sector.
Primary purpose of the position
Provide high level legal, policy, tactical and strategic advice to ensure that Commission powers are exercised fairly and appropriately, actively participate in all facets of Commission investigations; organise hearings; appear as counsel assisting or instruct counsel, prepare submissions and draft investigation reports; identify improvements to the Commission's criminal prosecution brief preparation procedures to ensure briefs meet relevant DPP and evidentiary requirements; and assist with and oversee preparation of criminal briefs for submission to the DPP.
Total remuneration package
Total remuneration package valued up to $159,955 pa (Salary $130,655 - $144,625 pa), includes employer's contribution to superannuation and annual leave loading.
Refer to the section below "Supporting documentation"
Employment will be up to 20 February 2015. Applications are invited from those interested in temporary employment and from employees of other NSW public sector agencies interested in secondment to the Commission.
Flexible work practices promoted.
The successful applicant will undergo a stringent probity assessment. More detailed information on this is available from this site.
All applicants are encouraged to submit their application on-line. Details of alternative methods for submitting an application is contained in the advertisement.
Please contact Mr Roy Waldon, Executive Director Legal on (02) 8281 5826 or by e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
TTY facilities are available for people who are speech or hearing impaired. If applicants require this service please call on (02) 8281 5773.
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