CRIMINAL INTELLIGENCE ANALYST - INTELLIGENCE
Applications are sought from suitably qualified candidates wishing to be considered for the role of Criminal Intelligence Analyst with the AFP
Summary about this job
Government - Federal
Company: AUSTRALIAN FEDERAL POLICE
Work type: Full Time
Salary: $93,233 - $110,172
Detail information about job CRIMINAL INTELLIGENCE ANALYST - INTELLIGENCE. Terms and conditions vacancy
- Attractive remuneration package
- Work in a variety of areas
- Training and development pathways
The mission of the AFP is to provide dynamic and effective law enforcement to the people of Australia. It provides policing throughout Australia in relation to the prevention and detection of crimes against the Commonwealth, its laws and integrity, and community police services to the Community of the ACT.
Applications are invited from suitably qualified people who are interested in an appointment to the AFP. Applicants should demonstrate a commitment to the core values of the AFP.
Consideration will only be given to applicants who have addressed the Selection Criteria.
The AFP offers a generous remuneration and conditions package, including six weeks annual leave, leave to maintain a healthy work/life balance, and Commonwealth superannuation provisions.
The AFP is committed to recruiting from the diverse groups that make up Australian society. We believe that all Australians should have the opportunity to compete for careers in the AFP without being disadvantaged by gender, race, ethnicity, disability, sexual orientation, age, attitude or other difference.
In support of the Government’s Closing the Gap Strategy: Indigenous Economic Participation Agreement, the AFP is aiming to increase its recruitment of Indigenous Australians, and strongly encourages Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to apply for this vacancy.
Unless otherwise noted, applications quoting relevant vacancy reference number must be lodged by 4pm (AEST) Thursday, 26 July 2018
CRIMINAL INTELLIGENCE ANALYST - INTELLIGENCE
Canberra, Brisbane, Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide and Perth
AFP Band 6 and 7 $93,233 - $110,172
VACANCY REFERENCE NUMBER 0450/18
Applications are sought from suitably qualified candidates wishing to be considered for the role of Criminal Intelligence Analyst with the Australian Federal Police, Specialist Operations portfolio, to fill a number of current and upcoming vacancies on a permanent and non-ongoing contract basis.
AFP Intelligence provides a single picture of crime impacting the Australian community, enabling the AFP to be intelligence informed in an increasingly complex and challenging criminal environment. Intelligence works to anticipate, prevent, disrupt and detect criminal activity by collecting, analysing, producing and disseminating intelligence which answers the who, what, where, when, how and why.
Criminal Intelligence Analysts engage in the collection, collation and analysis of information to produce and disseminate intelligence which influences organisational decision-making at all levels. They support criminal investigations and AFP corporate objectives in their ability to manage and assess large-volumes of disparate data, applying contemporary analytical tools and techniques to produce actionable operational and strategic intelligence. Criminal Intelligence Analysts communicate effectively and with influence in order to achieve intelligence and operational outcomes.
Experience working in an intelligence and/or law enforcement environment, AND one (or more) degrees or further qualifications preferably from the following list or a relatable field, are essential requirements:
- Counter Terrorism
- International relations
- Political Science
Successful applicants will support the AFP’s operational and strategic activities by delivering timely, relevant and high quality analytical support to a range of internal and external stakeholders. This may include working closely with investigative teams, operating within joint taskforces or providing high-level analysis in support of broader AFP and government priorities. AFP Criminal Intelligence Analysts will also be active contributors in the promotion of a positive and professional culture and fulfil a mentoring role to more junior members.
Successful applicants can expect to work in a variety of areas including operations intelligence and interagency intelligence. On commencement, successful applicants will commence a training and development pathway relevant to their role, which consists of extensive formal and on the job training. As part of this training, successful applicants will also be required to attain the Diploma of Police Intelligence Practice within 12 months of their commencement date.
Please be aware Intelligence currently operates within both Operations Support and Support working patterns. This therefore means only some advertised roles will attract composite.
As part of the application process, all applicants will be required to complete intelligence testing, a cognitive ability assessment designed to measure your ability to understand verbal, numerical and abstract relationships. This intelligence testing is called Revelian Cognitive Ability Test, RCAT. Please note if you are successful through this gateway, you will be required to validate your unsupervised RCAT result in a supervised environment.
The AFP acknowledges that there is clear evidence that gender diversity in decision-making roles leads to greater transparency and improved ethical orientation. In addition, diverse teams have been shown to be smarter, more effective and linked to more innovative organisations. Women and members from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply for this recruitment round.
This position requires a Negative Vetting 2 security clearance and the ability to obtain a Top Secret Positive Vetting security clearance if required.
Contact Officer: Suzanne Crilly (02) 6131 2472
The AFP’s application process for non-policing vacancies consists of two-steps for non-AFP employees. (Existing AFP employees only need to undertake step 1 of the process).
Preliminary step: It is strongly recommended that you take action now to obtain a copy or copies of your driving history through the relevant local motor registry or Road Traffic Authority.
Step 1 Application:
- applicants complete and submit an online application;
- resumes and any other relevant documentation are to be uploaded to the application form and submitted before the closing time; and
- once your application has been submitted you will receive an automated email confirming receipt of the application with instructions on how to access the AFP Employment Suitability Questionnaire.
Step 2 AFP Employment Suitability Questionnaire (ESQ):
The ESQ is the tool in which applicant’s character is assessed against the employment character standards.
Following the instructions contained in the email from AFP Recruitment confirming receipt of your application, the ESQ must be completed and submitted by the closing date of the applications.
All applicants are required to obtain a copy of their Traffic History. If you have resided in different states or territories, you must supply a traffic history from each state or territory. You are required to include 10 years of traffic history and not older than 3 months from date of application. If you have a traffic history report from more than one state or territory, you will need to scan all documents and attach to your application as one.
Traffic history information is available from the local Motor Registry in your state or territory. Do not upload individual infringement notices or unofficial documentation.
You are required to inform the Recruitment Team ([email protected]) of any offences, infringements or police charges that occur during the recruitment process.
Omitting to supply relevant details may jeopardise your application.
If you do not currently hold, and have never held, a driver’s licence you should upload a Statutory Declaration providing this information.
If you have lived overseas, or have travelled extensively, please provide a Statutory Declaration stating the period you held a licence and listing any traffic offences. If you did not hold a licence during this period, please provide a Statutory Declaration stating this information. Statutory Declarations can be found online.
You need to allow two to three weeks to get access to this information as a minimum. It is recommended that you request these reports at the commencement of your application.
Once the ESQ has been completed applicants will receive an automated email confirming receipt of the ESQ.
Interested applicants should refer to the Applicant Information Pack for details on the inherent requirements, employment character standards and required documentation to ensure they are best prepared to submit an application.
If you have any questions about the ESQ or Traffic History, please contact AFP Recruitment on (02) 6131 5555.
For more information about the AFP’s Employment Character Standards, please go to:
For information on these positions, and other employment opportunities in the AFP, please visit our website or ring the contact officer.