Available jobs in South AfricaSECURITY


SALARY : R424 104 per annum (Level 09)
CENTRE : East London

REQUIREMENTS : National Senior Certificate, National Diploma NQF Level 6 in Criminology/
Law/Security Management/Security Risk Management/Policing. At least
PSIRA Grade B (those not in the Police or SANDF). 3 Years’ experience in
supervisory position or SL 7/8 in a security related environment. A valid driver’s
license. Knowledge & Skills: Constitution of Republic of South Africa, 1996
National Strategic Intelligence Act, Minimum Information Security Standards,

You can:

Minimum Physical Security Standards, Promotion of Access to Information Act,
Public Service Act and Regulations, Public Service Regulations, Public
Finance Management Act, Private Security Industry Regulation Act. Good
interpersonal skills, Planning and organising skills, Decision making skills,
Analytical thinking skills, Investigative skills, People management skills, Good
verbal and written communication skills, Computer literate, High attention to

DUTIES : Manage and Implement Physical Security Measures, Policies and Procedures:
Implement Physical Security Policies and Procedures as well as any other
applicable Physical Security Legislation. Administer safeguarding of DPW
buildings and assets. Facilitate the provision of security to client departments
in line with the Departmental mandate and SLA with departments. Manage and
monitor performance of private security providers contracted by the

Department in line with the SLA. Hold monthly meetings with security providers
contracted in the district. Conduct quarterly Security Risk Assessments on
DPW buildings and shared facilities. Ensure that random after hour inspections
are conducted. Coordinate the implementation of security measures at
Departmental and/or MEC events in the district. Manage and implement proper

key control measures in the district. Coordinate district security committee
meetings on shared facilities. Manage and Implement Personnel & Information
Security: Implement Information and Personnel Security policies & procedures.
Administer Vetting of officials in the district in line with the Vetting Strategy.
Facilitate pre-employment screening of shortlisted candidates for positions in
the Department in line with the relevant screening prescripts and policies.

Conduct awareness sessions in the districts to raise security consciousness of
employees. Keep and maintain a database of security pre-screening and
vetting in the district. Facilitate screening of service providers that will be having
access to sensitive departmental areas, information and/or systems. Liaise
with external stakeholders such as SAPS in cases of common interest. Submit
monthly reports on Screening and Vetting in the district. Manage and
Investigate Security Breaches in The District: Attend to all security breaches

and/or incidents in the districts within 24 hours. Report security breach/incident
to the relevant authorities such as SAPS within 24 hours. Conduct a preliminary
investigation of the breach/incident within 24 hours and provide a report to
Head Office. Maintain a security breach register for the district. Submit monthly
reports on security breaches. Administer Security Services: Deploy or post Inhouse and private security officers. Draft a work plan and/or roster for In-house
Security Officers. Ensure security registers used by both In-house and private

Security Officers are inspected weekly to ensure completeness. Ensure
verification of timesheets and invoices of security providers prior to submitting
them to Finance. Ensure that both In-house and Private Security Officers
comply with PSIRA requirements. Submit the required monthly reports,
documentation as well as statistics on the Security Co-operatives and Security
Providers to EPWP in the district. Keep and maintain a filing system of all

required information submitted by security providers and co-operatives in line
with the SLA. Provide inputs to Head Office in drafting of specifications of
security tenders. Supervise Allocated Resources: Ensure that the performance
agreements and development plans are drafted for all In-house Security Office
within set timeframes. Ensure that all In-house Security Officers’ performances
are managed on a daily basis. Manage Performance Assessments of In-house
Security Officers. Provide inputs and monitor budget allocated. Ensure

continuous development and training of In-house Security Officers. Manage
the maintenance and safekeeping of assets. Provide assistance to monitor and
manage risks in area of responsibility.
ENQUIRIES : can be directed to Ms L. Magama/Mr Z. Tana Tel No: (043) 711 5772
e-recruitment Technical Enquiries: e-recruitment-bhisho@ecdpw.gov.za

APPLICATIONS : Applications can be forwarded through via the following option: All applicants
may utilise the e-recruitment system which is available on www.ecprov.gov.za
or https://e-recruitment.ecotp.gov.za To report technical glitches, for
assistance regarding the system, and/or for activation of your profile, send an
email to: e-recruitment-bhisho@ecdpw.gov.za (NB: For technical glitches only

– No CVS). with your ID Number, your profile email address, details of the
issue. Technical support is limited to working hours: (08:00-16:30 Mon-Thurs
and 08:00-16:00 on Fri). Should you submit your applications/CV to: erecruitment-bhisho@ecdpw.gov.za and not as specified, your application will
be regarded as lost and will not be considered. Refer all applications related
enquiries to the specified contact person.
CLOSING DATE : 27 October 2023

NOTE : Applications must be submitted on a duly completed Z83 (effective from 01
January 2021) form obtainable from any Public Service Department or on the
internet at www.dpsa.gov.za/documents. Applicants are not required to submit
any copies of qualifications and other relevant documents on application but
must submit a fully completed signed Z83 form and detailed Curriculum Vitae.

NB: Z83 in the e-recruitment system is currently not downloadable and
therefore not signable; so, applicants who submitted applications via the erecruitment system will not be disqualified for an unsigned Z83 instead will be
requested to sign on interview day. Shortlisted candidates will be required to
submit certified copies of qualifications, and other relevant documents to HR
on or before the interview date. Applicants with foreign qualifications would be

required to submit an evaluation certificate from the South African Qualification
Authority (SAQA) on or before the day of the interview. Failure to submit all the
requested documents will disqualify the application. Correspondence will be
limited to short-listed candidates only. If you have not been contacted within
six (6) months after the closing date of this advertisement, please accept that
your application was unsuccessful. Selected candidates will be subjected to a
personnel suitability check (criminal record check, citizenship verification,

financial/asset record check, qualification/study verification and previous
employment verification). Successful candidates will also be subjected to
security clearance processes. Where applicable, candidates will be subjected
to a skills/knowledge test. Successful candidates will be appointed on a
probation period of twelve (12) months. Misrepresentation in the application
documents will result in automatic disqualification and disciplinary action in the
event the candidate has already been appointed. The Department reserves the

right not to make appointment(s) to the advertised post(s). Persons with
disability and people from previously disadvantaged groups are encouraged to
apply. It is the department’s objective to address the Employment Equity
Affirmative Action Measures in line with the Employment Equity Plan and to
achieve equitable representation across race and gender. In filling of these
posts gender equity and people living with disability will be highly considered.

The Department reserves the right to amend / review / withdraw advertised
posts if by so doing, the best interest of the department will be well served.
(Females and People with disabilities are also requested to apply and indicate
such in their applications). targets of the department will be adhered to. For
SMS (Senior Management Service) Posts: In terms of DPSA Directive on
compulsory capacity development, mandatory training, and minimum entry

requirements for members of the Senior Management Level for SMS
appointments, no appointments shall be finalised without the relevant
candidate producing the pre-entry certificate as offered by the National School
of Government (NSG) for entry into the SMS posts and the full details can be
sourced by following the link: https://www.thensg.gov.za/training-course/smspre-entry-programme. (SMS pre-entry certificate is not requirement for

shortlisting, is submitted prior to appointment). Successful candidates will be
appointed on a probation period of 12/24 months. The competency
assessment will be testing generic managerial competencies using the
mandated DPSA SMS competency assessment tools. Applicants are urged to
use the e-recruitment system.

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