Investigation Officer jobs in Western Australia

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Department of Home Affairs
Western Australia
$55,487 a year
Our officers also perform specialist functions relating to investigation, compliance and immigration detention operations. About the Department of Home Affairs:
The City of Cockburn
Cockburn WA
$75,025 - $87,775 a year
Experience within investigation technicques and procedures. The City of Cockburn is a growth zone and our busy Statutory Planning team are involved in an…
Department of Biodiversity Conservation and Attrac...
Geraldton WA
$87,047 - $95,994 a year
Under the minimal direction of the Senior Operations Officer: Considerable experience in conducting criminal investigations and knowledge of the general…
Western Australia
A working knowledge of Xplan, Compliance Incident and Breach Investigations, reporting and resolution experience and Compliance Administration & Lawlex is…
Providing support in our incident investigations process. As a site based position (FIFO ex-Perth), our Safety Officers form an integral part of the HSEQ…
$88,321 a year
Senior Officer - Geotechnical Monitoring - 0NVC. Assist in the investigation for sites for new geotechnical monitoring stations in accordance with geotechnical…
Department of Biodiversity Conservation and Attrac...
Denham WA
$78,452 - $82,797 a year
Delivers parks and conservation compliance services in the district, leads investigations as appropriate, conducts nature protection issue and licence…
Western Australia
We are seeking a suitably experienced Security Officer to become part of our valued Security team at our Rowethorpe complex located in Bentley.
Perth WA
Contribute to the development of new investigation and inspection techniques. GHD has been appointed by Main Roads to deliver a state-wide Operational Asset…
Perth WA
Ensure adequate documentation is retained regarding investigation of open items to assist in the ongoing reconciliation of the account from an audit perspective…