CONTROL SECURITY OFFICER

REF NO: DRPW 09/02/2018,

SALARY : R334 545. – R404 121. per annum (Salary Level 9)

CENTRE : Amathole Regional Offices (East London)

REQUIREMENTS : A Bachelor’s Degree or National Diploma in Security Management/ Policing / Law or any relevant qualification with a minimum of 5 years’ experience in the security field of which 3 should be on a supervisory level. Registration with the Private Security Industry Regulatory Authority (PSIRA) with Grade B. A valid driver’s licence. NB!! SSA Security Managers course and Project Management will be an added advantage. Knowledge and skills: Sound knowledge of security administration field. Knowledge of the MISS and MPSS. Contract management of private security. Investigation skills. Sound management and interpersonal skills. Good communication skills at all levels. Computer Literacy. Presentation skills

DUTIES : Manage and oversee security within the region. Assist in the drafting and reviewing of security policies Assist in the drafting and reviewing of security policies, plans and procedures. Conduct security threat and risk assessments as well as security audits within the region. Monitor compliance with the Miss, MPSS and other security legislation. Evaluate and improve the effectiveness of security measures and procedures. Create, develop and maintain a security awareness and training programme for the region. Facilitate and coordinate the vetting of employees, prospective employees and service providers in the region. Manage and coordinate the investigation of security breaches in the department. Manage and monitor compliance to Service Level Agreements with security service providers. Supervise work schedules to assure deadlines are met. Provide reports to manger regarding effectiveness of security and make recommendations for adoption of new products. Provide reports to line management on a regular basis. Reports to the Director: Security Management

ENQUIRIES : Ms N. Mtoba at 040 602 4270/ Mr M.D Kwaza at 040-602 4274

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