SECURITY GUARD REF NO: SBAH 90/2020
Directorate: Administration & Logistics
SALARY: R102 534 per annum plus benefits
CENTRE: Steve Biko Academic Hospital
REQUIREMENTS: Abet Level 4, Grade 10 or equivalent qualification with a minimum of 10 years’ experience in the hospital security environment. Grade 12 certificate plus 5 years’ experience in a secure environment is an advantage. Grade C security certificate. Current registration with PSIRA. Ability to work under pressure, conflict resolution and negotiation skills, report writing skills, knowledge of security, labour relations and other legislation applicable to security including MPSS. Knowledge of Batho Pele Principles. Knowledge of criminal procedure act 51 of 1977. Knowledge of firearm control act. Knowledge of Health and Safety Act and fire prevention. Willingness to work shifts and extended hours.
DUTIES: Access control (emergency areas, management square and others). Assist and supervise at parking (searching, disk checking) assist in the restraining of violent patients at different wards. Report all security breaches to the supervisor and make all occurrence book entries. Report all defects on OHS and FMU. Fire prevention escorting of visitors and fetching them from home if absconded. Guarding and managing of waiting areas, clamping of vehicles parked in unauthorized parking. Investigate matters reported to you by staff members and give feedback to them. To work shifts and sometimes abnormal hours. Monitor state vehicles and report any faults. Make verbal and written reports on all incidents happening at posts. Traffic control around receiving area/transit, perform any duties delegated by the supervisor.
ENQUIRIES: Mr. MF Monama Tel No: 012 354 1421
APPLICATIONS: Steve Biko Academic Hospital, Private Bag x 169, Pretoria, 0001 or hand-delivered to Cnr Malherbe & Steve Biko Road, Main Entrance at Level 3.
NOTE: must be submitted with a Z83 form, certified copies of ID and certificate of qualifications. Steve Biko Academic Hospital is committed to the pursuit of diversity and redress. Candidates whose appointment will promote representation in terms of race, disability and gender will receive preference.
CLOSING DATE: 30 December 2020