Towing Coordinator

Queensland Police Service

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You will work as part of a District Team in the Seized Vehicle Coordination Unit where you will support and report on the implementation and operational effectiveness of vehicle seizure legislation including the administration, coordination and disposal of all towed vehicle and related exhibits.

Logan District’s Seized Vehicle Coordination Unit is shifting from a unit comprised of sworn officers into one of unsworn members returning those officers into frontline positions. You will work in an inclusive and dynamic working environment, liaising with both internal and external stakeholders. Your role is an integral part of the team providing advice and guidance on a District level to all ranks to ensure consistent, accurate and compliant processes are implemented and followed.

Are you the right person for the job? The below are questions that you should ask yourself if thinking about applying for the AO4 Towing Coordinator:
  • Are you an effective communicator with the ability to speak to all levels of management, internal and external stakeholders?- Do you have an eye for detail and enjoy process driven tasks?- Have you got the ability to learn and understand relevant legislature and apply it to your every day taskings?- Do you have the ability to work as part of a team but also be an independent team member?

If successful you will become a member of the Queensland Police Service and you will enjoy a variety of benefits, including:

  • Competitive salary + generous superannuation and leave loading- A diverse working culture- Flexible working arrangements- Career training and development

Please refer to the Applicant Guide on how to apply.

Applications to remain current for 12 months.This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Australia License.

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