Closing Date: 08 June 2021
Salary: R 210 255.85 – R 272 915.49 (T9) + MUNICIPAL BENEFITS
DIRECTORATE: COMMUNITY SERVICES
BRANCH: PUBLIC SAFETY SERVICES
DIVISION: LAW ENFORCEMENT & SECURITY
SECTION: BY-LAW ENFORCEMENT & SPECIAL OPERATIONS ( SHIFT B)
BASIC SALARY: R 210 255.85 – R 272 915.49 (T9) + MUNICIPAL BENEFITS
REF NO: Notice 108 of 2021
QUALIFICATIONS & EXPERIENCES: ● Grade 12 and Peace Officers Certificate or equivalent NQF5 (must be accredited by the Institute of Traffic and Municipal Officers of SA). 1-2 year relevant experience
REQUIREMENTS AND SKILLS: ● Computer literacy (MS Office) ● Communication skills in at least two of the three official languages of the Western Cape ● Valid Driver’s License ●Must be physically fit and able bodied● Good report-writing, presentation and facilitation skills ● Ability to deal with and resolve conflict and good negotiating skills● Required to work outside normal working hours, on standby, during emergencies and planned overtime
FUNCTIONS & RESPONSIBILITIES: ● Performs activities/ tasks associated with maintaining law, order, safety and security through the application of laid down policing, protection, and rescue procedures and attending to processes aimed at ensuring compliance with laws, by-laws and regulations ● Monitors the local area and attends to specific security operations and acts on situations/ behavior deemed to be inappropriate or non-conforming ● Arrest of offenders in terms of various crimes in accordance of applicable legislation ● Enforce specific by-laws, road traffic and safety regulations ● Undertakes specific activities during disasters/ emergency and/ or establishes and communicates potential risk and hazard situations ● Completes specific reports, statutory documentation and registers ● Controls and supervise workflow processes and output levels of supporting personnel ● Attends to the application of specific maintenance sequences with respect to equipment and vehicle. ● Keep abreast of legislative changes and emerging trends within the Law Enforcement profession.
Work related enquiries can be directed to Chief Law Enforcement: Mr. S Vandala; email@example.com or on tell: 044 – 501 3000.
For general enquiries contact Mr J Williams or Ms L Clark on telephone no: 044 501 3418.
Candidates must be willing to be subjected to an interview and evaluation process and be aware that previous employers and references may be contacted and their qualifications, credit record may be verified and they will be subjected to a police security clearance.
Application forms are available on the Bitou website (www.bitou.gov.za). A comprehensive CV, original certified copies of Identification documents, qualifications, and driver’s license must accompany the application form and must be posted /hand delivered to the Human Resources Section, Bitou Municipality, Private Bag X1002; Plettenberg Bay; 6600.
Bitou Municipality is an equal opportunity employer. Candidates from the designated groups, including those with disabilities, are encouraged to apply.
Please take note:
1. ONLY hard-copy applications will be considered. No electronic or faxed applications will be accepted.
2. Please complete the Reference Checking Consent & Authorization Form which is available on the Municipality’s Website. (Compulsory)
3. No late applications will be considered. Canvassing of Councilors with the purpose of being appointed is not permitted and proof of such canvassing shall lead to disqualification.
4. Preference will be given to local residents before considering candidates outside the Bitou Municipal Area
ADV. LMR NGOQO
CLOSING DATE: 8 JUNE 2021 at 14:00 pm
If you receive no feedback from us within 12 weeks after the closing date, please accept that your application was unsuccessful.
Bitou Municipality reserves the right not to make any appointment and to re-advertise before a shortlist is compiled.