SALARY : R107 886 PER annum plus benefits
CENTRE : Steve Biko Academic Hospital
REQUIREMENTS : Grade 12 (matric) with more than 10 years’ experience in security environment, preferably in NKP environment. Minimum Grade C Psira registration. Recommendation will be given to former SAPS employees. Report writing and investigating skills. Knowledge of Batho Pele Principles. Good communication skills. Computer literacy will be an added advantage. Knowledge of Health and Safety Act and fire prevention. Knowledge and understanding security legislations including MPSS and MISS. Willingness to work shifts and extended hours. Appointment will be subjected to positive screening results. Interpersonal relationship and SAPS fire arm issued competency.
DUTIES : Execution of access and egress control of staff, visitors and assets. Monitor duty roster and make daily posting sheets. Submit leave forms of colleagues on time. Report all security breaches to manager. Report all incidents that occurred onsite verbally and in writing. Day/night supervision of contract security. Report all defects of OHS and Facilities to relevant managers. Patrol the hospital premises and investigate matters reported to control room by staff and give feedback. Search for lost patients/visitors and fetch the patients at home if absconded. Maintain cleanliness of registers and update them accordingly. Compile claim forms as per roster and attendance register and submit to manager. Assist members of private security company in problem solving and give advice. Assist in vehicle clamping and record keeping and any other duties delegated by the supervisor.
ENQUIRIES : Mr. MF Monama Tel no: (012) 354 1421
APPLICATIONS : Applications must be submitted with a Z83 form, certified copies of ID and certificate of qualifications to Steve Biko Academic Hospital, Private Bag x 169, Pretoria, 0001 or hand delivered to Cnr Malherbe & Steve Biko Road, Main Entrance at Level 3. Steve Biko Academic Hospital is committed to the pursuit of diversity and redress. Candidates whose appointment will promote representivity in terms of race, disability and gender will receive preference.