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Your Call is Australia’s largest independent whistleblowing service. We provide a service that lets our clients’ employees & other stakeholders report wrongdoing in a safe and confidential manner. Our clients include ASX listed companies, government organisations, not-for-profits, educational institutions, smaller companies and everything in between.

Our team are a passionate, values-driven group of people, seeking to empower ethical behaviour in the pursuit of creating positive workplaces.

We are also proud to be the first whistleblowing company in the world to become a registered B Corp, which means that we take our social and environmental responsibilities seriously. We have qualified for the Best For The World™ list in the ‘Customer’ category every year since 2019.

Job Overview

As a disclosure officer, you will be responsible for:

  • Taking a person-centred & trauma informed approach to receipt of reports of wrongdoing and misconduct

  • Recording reports, following each call, into our disclosure management system

  • Leveraging the disclosure management system for all steps across the whistleblower call lifecycle

  • First level quality checks of whistleblower disclosure reports within the team

  • Adherence to the whistleblower services guidelines, policies and processes

  • Maintaining high standards of integrity & confidentiality

  • Other business administrative tasks as required

The Ideal Candidate

Our Disclosure Officers come from a wide variety of backgrounds & experiences. We would love to hear from you if you:

  • Are emotionally intelligent

  • Are a great communicator (both verbal and written), able to speak with, and listen empathically to, a wide variety of people

  • Are comfortable with technology & systems

  • Are an enthusiastic learner, with a growth mindset

  • Have high standards of integrity

  • Have previous experience in HR, psychology, counselling, law, social work or law enforcement

  • Are able to effectively interpret and synthesise detailed information obtained orally

  • Enjoy working in a team and building team relationships, whilst remaining self-motivated and independent

  • Align with our company values

What we offer

  • Work from home or the office in either Sydney or Melbourne, with some mandatory office days.

  • A self-selected, company funded annual wellness initiative

  • Flexible public holidays

  • Annual volunteer, and reflection & study leave

  • Comprehensive training

Qualifications, skills & experience

  • A background in HR, psychology, counselling, law, social work or law enforcement would be highly regarded

  • Prior experience taking disclosures is favourable, but not required

  • Knowledge of the Corporations Act and whistleblower legislation would be an advantage

  • Experience in sexual harassment issues would be ideal

To be considered for this role

You must be willing to:

  • obtain a Working With Children check and investigator license

  • complete ongoing training to promote diversity, equity and inclusion

  • develop a working knowledge of confidentiality and independence issues

  • undergo a comprehensive background and reference checking process, which will include a police check

How to Apply

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