Assistant Director: Auxiliary Services – Gauteng Infrastructure Financing Agency

Requirements :

  • Matric and an appropriate Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent qualification (NQF level 7) in Operations Management, Facilities Management, Public Administration, Management or Security Management. In addition, a SAMTRAC NQF 5 qualification and registration with the SAIOSH professional body is preferable. 3-5 years’ relevant experience within the field including exposure to occupational health and safety and business continuity management. Driver’s license.

Duties :

  • Contribute to the development, and the implementation and refinement of the Work Environment Management plan, Annual Performance Plan, Operational plan and Demand Management Plan for Auxiliary Services. Ensure policies, processes and procedures are developed, communicated and implemented throughout the GIFA. Coordinate the provision of security services for GIFA. Coordinate the provision of Auxiliary Services. Manage Facilities in line with the Occupational Health and Safety Act. Ensure that the working environment conforms to the requirements of Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) Act. Coordinate and control the provision of an optimal working environment that is conducive to delivery of the GIFA’s mandate in line with the allocated budget. Ensure the records management is done in accordance with the Records Management policy. Manage the Auxiliary Services function and deliver appropriate resources, governance, risk and compliance management practices-while ensuring that all aspects of work reflect a focus on sound ethics, good governance, risk management and compliance. COMPETENCIES: Knowledge of Occupational Health and Safety Act of 1993 as amended, Minimum Information Security to Standards (MISS), Public Finance Management Act, Treasury Regulations, Treasury Regulation 16, Supply Chain Management Framework, Disaster Management Act, Infectious Disease Management, Business Continuity Management Framework, Records Management Framework, Risk Management Framework, legal prescripts, policies and processes, Compensation for Occupational Injuries and Disease Act 1993 as amended, Public Service Act, Public Service Regulations 2016 and other relevant legislation. Excellent knowledge of all legislation and public service statutory and regulatory requirements relating to work environment management. Knowledge and understanding of work environment management. SKILLS: Communication (written and verbal); Negotiation skills; stakeholder management; Analytical and information management skills; Good administrative and organisational skills; problem-solving; Ability to work with people; conflict resolution; planning and forecasting

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