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NT Police, Fire and Emergency Services - Darwin, NT

Government, Defence & Emergency
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Job description

Agency Northern Territory Police, Fire and Work unit Child Protection Offender Registry

Emergency Services

Job title Registrar Designation Administrative Officer 7

Job type Full Time Duration Ongoing

Salary $109,514 - $117,815 Location Darwin

Position number 34474 RTF 210412 Closing 17/05/2021

Contact Detective Acting Senior Sergeant Paul Lawson at

About the agency

Apply online

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

Information for applicants – Inclusion and diversity and Special measures

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 and accommodates people with disability by making reasonable workplace adjustments. If you require an

adjustment for the recruitment process or job, please discuss this with the contact officer. 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:
Provide support to the Reportable Offender Management Unit (ROMU) and manage the Northern Territory Police legislative

commitment and response to the Child Protection (Offender Reporting and Registration) Act (CPORR Act). Provide advice and guidance in

relation to legislative requirements, and develop policies and procedures relevant to the CPORR Act.

Key duties and responsibilities:
1. Supervise subordinate staff inclusive of mentoring, coaching, building capability and capacity.

2. Prepare relevant documentation including briefing notes, responses to parliamentary questions and detailed statistical analysis

reports relating to the NT Child Protection Offender Register (CPOR) and the Australian National Child Offenders Register (ANCOR).

3. Work collaboratively with the Divisional and ROMU Police Officer streams in the development of operational, risk and emergency

plans. Facilitate and coordinate operations as required.

4. Provide direction and participate in major Territory, National and International projects to assist in the formulation and

implementation of strategies to combat offences against the Child Protection (Offender Reporting and Registration) Act and to facilitate

consistency in procedures and legislation.

5. Represent NTPOL in discussions, meetings, working groups and committees where the ANCOR and the NT CPOR form part of

agenda items.

6. Undertake research and analysis of criminal information, sex offender management and risk assessment at a state and national level.

Prepare comprehensive reports, identifying trends, patterns and causative factors and recommends targets for further investigation.

Selection criteria:
1. Extensive experience in the use, management and oversight of Child Protection Offender Registers, inclusive of statutory

compliance mechanisms and investigations.

2. Demonstrated experience in interpreting and applying legislative requirements within a professional environment, with an ability to

provide guidance & training within the statutory framework.

3. Proven experience leading a team with the ability to promote positive behaviours and to support effectiveness and accountability

in an ever-changing workplace.

4. Demonstrated high level of oral, written, collaborative and interpersonal communication skills, including the ability to identify,

develop and manage strategic partnerships with appropriate internal and external agencies.

5. Ability to function at a high level, in a highly structured hierarchical environment, with well-developed time management and

personal organisational skills and specifically, the ability to establish priorities and commitments and meet deadlines under pressure

while maintaining quality standards and confidentiality.

6. Highly developed analytical, problem solving and computer skills, including the ability to develop policy, guidelines and user manuals.

7. Interact effectively with people of diverse cultures and the knowledge of the principles of Equity & Diversity.

1. Knowledge and experience with the primary function of the Child Protection Offender Registry and of the Child Protection (Offender

Reporting and Registration) Act.

2. Experience in the use of Police information systems, in particular, the Police Realtime Online Management Information System

(PROMIS), the Integrated Justice Information System (IJIS) and the National Child Offender System (NCOS) and others.

Further Information:
1. The successful applicant must consent to a check by Police of criminal records and intelligence data to confirm they have no

significant criminal history record.