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The Private Security Industry Regulatory Authority (PSiRA) with its head office in Eco Park - Centurion is the statutory body regulating the private security industry in South Africa. PSiRA is looking for dynamic experienced and suitably qualified professionals to take up these challenging positions. It is the intention of the Authority to promote representative through the filling of these positions.
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|Administration and Secretariat Support: Communication, CRM and Training,R 213 565 basic salary p/a plus benefits,(Pretoria: Centurion): Requirements: Grade 12 and a formal qualification obtained from a recognised institution of higher learning in Office Management or preferably, Customer Relationship Management (CRM) ● 2 to 3 years’ office management experience at a senior level in a Communications/Marketing or Business Development environment ● Exposure to project management or graphic designing will be an essential advantage. Essential criteria: The ideal candidate is expected to have profound experience in report-writing and office management ● Interpersonal and organisational skills are highly required ● Listening and Communication skills, both verbal and writing, are essential ● Office management skills ● General office administration skills ● Advanced Computer Literacy● Proficiency in Excel, PowerPoint, MS Word and Outlook is imperative ● Ability to work independently with officials at senior management level is crucial ● Ability to use own initiative and multi-tasking is vital for the role ● Optimum level of professionalism is compulsory. Key performance areas: Act as the first point of contact for general and administrative queries ● Manage the Senior Manager’s diary ● Provide overall secretarial services to the Communications, CRM and Training division ● Answer and respond to telephone queries, referring them to relevant parties and screening of the senior manager’s calls and take messages ● Typing of letters, memos, monthly Statistics, monthly operational reports, minutes and agendas for the meetings ● Prepare presentations at the behest of the Senior Manager: CRM ● Compile packs and consolidate all Communications and CRM reports into one report for MANCO and/or Council’s relevant steering committees.|
|Deputy Director: Law Enforcement (5-year Fixed Term Performance Renewable Contract)All-inclusive package of R 1 566 003 per annum (Pretoria: Centurion: Requirements: An earned, recognized degree in Law or Policing or Safety & Security and 5-10 years’ experience in Law Enforcement and/or security environment with at least 5 years in senior management ● Valid driver’s licence ● A post-graduate qualification in the same field or a certificate on leadership or management will be an added advantage. Essential criteria: Envisaged candidate to manage Law Enforcement must display a great deal of knowledge and skills in terms of strategy development and management ● Good verbal and written communication skills (to all levels & personalities) ● Interpersonal skills ● Computer literacy in MS Office ● Planning and organizing skills ● Analytical and problem solving skills with an ability to conduct root cause analysis and proactively analyze findings and identify opportunities for improvement ● Strategic leadership and thinking ● Service delivery focus ● Results oriented● Accountability and ethical conduct ● Independent thinker who is a team worker ● Knowledge of Document Control or Record Management and Microsoft Office packages Key Performance Area: Strategic Management: • Ensure the development, approval and implementation of the annual business plan of Law Enforcement Department which includes the Regional Offices ● Ensure timeous finalisation of the unit’s budget ● Ensure development and implementation and continuous review of a policy document for the unit and directives in respect thereof ●Ensure the development of inspection report templates for all categories or classes of security service providers ● Maintenance and updating of statistical information regarding operational activities, inspections, training, prosecution and legal administration ● Ensure that quarterly and annual reports are compiled and submitted on time ● Keep staff informed on performance and statistics ● Identify and address staff training needs ● Timeous completion of performance agreements and appraisals as prescribed by the policy. Communicating and liaison with stakeholders and the private security industry: ● Conduct regular meetings with stakeholders’ this includes meetings with senior representatives from SAPS (Firearm Registrar and others) Inspection and Training ● Deliver regular presentations to stakeholders to promote and enhance the private security industry ● Regular liaison with the media (printed, radio and television) ● Ensure effective media responses ● Ensure regular issuing of industry circulars. Inspection and investigation services: • Monitoring of inspections and investigations ● Monitoring and investigating compliance ● Ensure monitoring related to firearm applications ●Compiling and timeous submission of replication to the Minister in respect of applications for exemptions by the private security industry ● Facilitate process to provide Letters of Good Standing to companies when required. Prosecution Services: ● Ensure a high level of efficiency in the conducting of improper conduct enquiries and the execution of the prosecution of the Authority as contemplated in the Improper Conduct Enquiries Regulations of 2003 ● Submission of accurate and informative reports on improper conduct enquiries to the Director and Council ● Generally prepare and submit accurate and informative reports on improper conduct enquiries when called upon by the an authority framework or charter approved by the Council.|