Position Vacant – Investigator

Racing NSW is the peak body for thoroughbred horse racing throughout NSW. Its responsibilities include commercial, regulatory and integrity leadership of the industry.

An excellent opportunity has now arisen to be employed in this exciting industry and working closely with the Stipendiary Stewards to maintain the integrity and reputation of the thoroughbred racing industry.

Based in the Sydney CBD offices of Racing NSW you will be required to work on a five out of seven-day roster, which includes weekend work on raceday.

The successful applicant will have demonstrated skills in investigations with a focus on strong analytical skills to conduct lead investigations in respect to potential breaches of the Rules of Racing.

The successful candidate will also have experience in the compilation of briefs of evidence, knowledge of the thoroughbred racing industry and a willingness to work flexible hours.

Based at our offices located in the Sydney CBD the successful applicant will have:

  • strong analytical skills;
  • excellent interpersonal skills, both oral and written communication;
  • the ability to work well under pressure;
  • knowledge of the Rules of Racing;
  • proven computer skills including the use of analytical tools and software;
  • the ability to work well both independently and part of a team, and
  • a valid driver’s licence.

Persons who have served or are currently serving in the police service or who have established connections with law enforcement agencies are encouraged to apply.

Provision of disclosure statements and adherence to the Racing NSW Code of Conduct for its employees are necessary requirements.

The successful applicant will be required to submit an acceptable police probity report. A position description is available upon request.

Enquiries should be directed to:

Jacqueline Johnstone (Senior Investigator), please email – [email protected]

Applications close on Monday, 24 February 2020

Racing NSW is an equal opportunity employer

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