APPLICATION PACKAGE Position Title: Classification: Position Number: Details: Branch: Supervisor: Staff Reports: Salary Range: Location: Date prepared: 1. Intelligence Officer ASADA Band 3, APS 6 A9481 Full Time/Ongoing Intelligence Intelligence Manager Nil $88,090 - $96,137 pa Canberra August 2015 Environment The Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority (ASADA) is the Australian Government body responsible for protecting Australia’s sporting integrity through the elimination of doping. 2. Purpose of the position The Intelligence Officer reports directly to the Intelligence Manager and provides assistance in undertaking the collection, collation, analysis and dissemination of intelligence on possible antidoping rule violations (ADRVs), in support of ASADA’s detection program. 3. Duties Working under limited direction from the Intelligence Manager, the Intelligence Officer will undertake the following duties: 4. 3.1 Assist with the collection, collation, analysis and reporting of intelligence on possible ADRVs; 3.2 Providing intelligence expertise and knowledge of anti-doping issues to provide accurate information, advice and recommendations in support of detection activities; 3.3 Contribute to business improvement strategies within the Intelligence Unit; 3.4 Employ initiative and innovation to develop and modify existing approaches in response to evolving doping practices. Key Activities The key activities of this role include: 4.1 Developing intelligence collection plans for short-term taskings, and contributing to operational and strategic intelligence initiatives; 4.2 Collect, analyse and report on information related to possible doping activity; 4.3 Monitoring emerging issues relevant to anti-doping, identifying their impact, and supporting risk management activities; 4.4 Use ASADA’s Case Management System to record intelligence collection, analysis and reporting; 4.5 Liaise and negotiate persuasively with a range of stakeholders regarding sensitive matters, to maximize cooperation; 4.6 Consult with and provide advice to stakeholders, anticipating and responding to their needs and expectations. 5. Accountabilities 5.1 Comply with organisational policies, procedures and legislation; 5.2 Adhere to organisational values, APS values and the Code of Conduct; 5.3 Setting work priorities and ensuring high quality outputs for the Unit; 5.4 Produce intelligence products that require little or no revision prior to finalisation; 5.5 Ensure that research, analysis and reporting is conducted in a timely and accurate manner; 5.6 Ensure that information recorded in a timely and accurate manner in line with the requirements described in the Intelligence Manual; 5.7 Endorse and encourage best-practice recordkeeping in accordance with policies, standards and guidelines issued by the National Archives of Australia. Cooperate with the employer and comply with all relevant legislation and ASADA’s health and safety policies, procedures and instructions. Work and act safely and take all reasonable care to protect personal health and safety and the health and safety of others. 5.8 5.9 6. Selection Criteria Selection for this position will be based on an assessment of the applicant’s capability to meet the APS 6 profile under the Australian Public Service Integrated Leadership System, issued by the Australian Public Service Commission. The capability areas for the AP 6 profile are: Core 6.1 6.2 6.3 6.4 6.5 Supports strategic direction Achieves results Supports productive working relationships Displays personal drive and integrity Communicates with influence This position also requires specific technical knowledge as follows: Technical knowledge 6.6 6.7 Knowledge of and a proven ability to apply intelligence theory and practice including: the intelligence cycle, specifically collection and collation, analysis and reporting. the different types of intelligence (tactical, operational and strategic) and how each are used or could be used in anti-doping. An understanding of ASADA’s anti-doping programs, especially the role of investigations and testing, and how intelligence supports these programs; 6.8 Demonstrated experience working with computer based case management and intelligence analysis tools. 7. Eligibility Requirements The position will suit someone with knowledge of and a proven ability to apply intelligence theory and practice. The successful candidate should have demonstrated experience working with computer based case management and intelligence analysis tools. The successful applicant will be required to undergo a security assessment to obtain a NV1 Security Clearance. The successful applicant may also be required to undergo a medical assessment. 8. Application Process The selection criteria reflect the knowledge, experience, core skills and personal qualities required for this position. Assessment of applicants during the selection process is based on these criteria. Prepare a statement that addresses the position’s selection criteria (no more than 300 words per criterion) including: • How your skills and experience would enable you to satisfy the selection criteria • Relevant examples of work you have done that addresses the selection criteria. Your statement against the selection criteria, together with a completed Job Application Cover Sheet and a copy of your current resume should be submitted to: Email: [email protected] Mail: Recruitment Officer ASADA PO Box 1744 Fyshwick ACT 2609 9. Contact Officer Initial confidential enquires can be directed to Simon Henry on (02) 6222 4281. 10. Closing Date Applications should be received no later than 11.59pm on Friday, 4 September 2015.