Advertiser: Racing Integrity Unit LtdMore jobs from this company
- Job Listing Date
- 4 Jun 2019
- Southland, Invercargill
- Work Type
- Full Time
- Sport & Recreation, Other
The Racing Integrity Unit (RIU) is responsible for the application of the Rules of Racing for the Thoroughbred, Greyhound and Harness codes within New Zealand. The ability of the RIU to ensure integrity is maintained at a high level is critical for public and investment confidence in the racing industry.
A vacancy has arisen in the Otago / Southland region for a Racing Investigator. This is a key role contributing to the effective operation of the RIU, ensuring that the rules and regulations both on and off-course are followed and adhered too, with the result that racing is conducted with integrity, enhancing public confidence in our industry.
The Racing Investigator role includes, but is not limited to the following:
- Working as part of the integrity assurance team.
- Non race day investigations and prosecutions.
- Contributing to the RIU intelligence collection, IT and technology requirements in the intelligence unit.
- Managing stakeholder relationships.
- Establishing positive relationships, with the ability to work with people and organizations at all levels across all three racing codes.
A flexible approach to working hours is required due to the requirements of the industry. Travel within New Zealand will be required. The role reports to the Manager Integrity Assurance.
You will have:
- Knowledge of the racing industry and how it operates.
- At least five years’ experience in a regulatory, legal or police environment as a minimum requirement.
- A high level of competency in IT operations.
- Ability to meet deadlines.
- A high standard of analytical, written and verbal skills are also required.
- Police C.I.B. training would be an advantage.
Importantly the appointee will be able to demonstrate a high level of integrity and be able to apply decisions consistently and objectively.
The successful candidate must live in the Otago / Southland area.
A Position Description is available on the RIU website www.riu.org.nz.
Applications close at 5pm 21st June 2019.
- Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in New Zealand?
- Do you have a current New Zealand driver's licence?
- Are you available to work on a rotating roster?