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Workplace Investigations Manager Victoria

Location: Carlton, Victoria 3053
Salary: $100,000-$120,000
Company: Wise Workplace
Telephone: 0408379368
Apps close: Sunday 13th June 2021

Fantastic opportunity for a team manager with experience in employment law, HR or investigations
Flexible work arrangements
Supportive and professional work environment

About Us
WISE Workplace is a leading provider of professional investigation and training services with offices throughout Australia. Our Workplace Investigations Team specialises in investigations into a range of employment issues, including:
• breaches of code of conduct and allegations of misconduct
• reportable conduct and vulnerable people investigations
• corrupt conduct/fraud
• bullying and harassment, including sexual harassment
• administrative reviews
• breaches of privacy
• complaints and grievances
• claims of unacceptable workplace behaviour
• process and operational reviews
• ethical investigations
• Cultural reviews
• Mediations
We are seeking a manager for our Victorian office with excellent people management skills who can coordinate and support a busy team of professional investigators. You may have a background in employment law or industrial relations, or come from HR with a workplace relations focus. You will have strong stakeholder management experience and enjoy mentoring and developing others to achieve successful outcomes.
We offer an excellent salary package and flexible work arrangements, along with a friendly and supportive team, training and ongoing professional development.
About the role
This is a senior role within the organisation and is part of the national management team.
Your responsibilities will include:
• Receiving client enquiries/briefs, preparing quotes and investigation proposals
• Developing and maintaining client relationships
• Supporting the investigation team to achieve successful outcomes by providing technical advice and direction
• Providing feedback to individual team members and identifying areas for improvement
• Managing and monitoring work in progress
• Assisting in the recruitment, training and mentoring of new investigators
• Undertaking investigations, as required from time to time
• Providing training presentations from time to time
• Assisting with the preparation of tender responses and proposals
• Marketing activities and identifying new opportunities within Victoria
About you
• Strong people management and leadership skills
• Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively to deliver high quality outcomes within budget and to specified time frames
• Excellent report writing, comprehension, editing and proofing skills
• Ability to focus and manage conflicting priorities
• Highly organised and process oriented
• Critical thinker who can communicate clearly and respectfully with others
• Willingness to participate in and work as part of a national team towards continuous improvements in investigation processes, quality assurance and client service
• Proven ability to demonstrate respect and sensitivity to the nature of the work which includes investigations into bullying, sexual harassment and child abuse
• Degree in related field, e.g. employment law, industrial relations or human resources
• Victorian investigation licence or eligible to apply
• Certificate IV or Diploma in Government Investigations highly regarded.

If you believe you have the right qualifications, skills and experience for this role, please apply online at For further information, please contact Katherine Clarkson on 0408 379 368.