Employer: British Embassy In Khartoum
Location: Khartoum Sudan
Salary : SDG 3971.00 + 20% of basic salary as shift distribution Allowance
A vacancy has arisen for the position of a Security Supervisor at the British Embassy in the Security Section. This is a Permanent position with an initial 3-month probation period which might possibly be extended to another 3 months. The job requires physical presence of the Security Supervisor at all times on the ground on set shift pattern of 2 morning, 2 afternoon, 2 night shifts and 2 off days. This position is open to both internal and external applicants.
Main purpose of job:The Security Supervisor will assists the Deputy Security Manager and Post Security Manger in the key role of keeping Embassy/DFID staff members, families, information, and properties safe and protected ensuring security is maintained at a commensurate level in which all staff comply with the security regulations and procedures.
Roles and responsibilities: * Responsible for the day to day supervision of all Embassy/DFID security guards and posts both at the Embassy/DFID and staff residences in accordance to the ‘Duty Supervisor Guide’ and the ‘Security Guarding Assignment Instructions’
Be the authorized representative of the Overseas Security Manager
and Post Security Manager in communicating new policies, procedures and
other security related instructions and information to security guards.
Ensures that all Embassy/DFID security posts and residential locations are fully manned during his/her duty shift.
Responsible for arranging timely replacement of guards who are
absent or on sick, compassionate, maternity/paternity, study, etc.
In the rare case of acute shortage of guard force assign guards
on the basis of TOIL, and if not possible, on overtime basis always with
prior permission from PSM or OSM.
Ensures that sick leave forms and overtime claims are completed, recorded , and submitted on time
Carries out a minimum of two rounds of patrol tour every duty
shift at each residential locations in accordance to Form One of the
‘Patrolling Supervisor’s Checklist’.
Conduct extra patrol rounds and inspections at locations whose
occupants are out of town using both Form One and Two of the Patrolling
Responsible for distributing and passing to guards at Embassy/DFID security posts and residential locations:
- Official messages, information and instructions
- Monthly rosters
Reports on time any guards’ unauthorised absence, failure of
duty, dysfunctional equipment, and out of order physical security
structure such as locks, gates , and compound lights
Reports any violation of security regulations by Embassy/DFID staff members to the OSM and/or PSM
Maintain and safeguard security files, records and other related information.
Responds swiftly to calls of UK-based staff members in the event
of incidents such as vehicle accidents, intruder at residence, and
aggressive encounters by being quickly on the spot and interacting with
the relevant law enforcement bodies.
Plays pro-active role in continuously raising guards’ level of performance and professionalism through varies modes
Carries out the yearly staff performance appraisal as a Reporting
Officer (RO) for the limited number of guards assigned to him/her as
Job Holders (JHs).
PRISM-manage the data of guards who are specifically assigned to him/her by ensuring timely entries of required data.
Carries out other specific security tasks as directed by either the Overseas Security Manager or Post Security Manager.
Key competences required:
Seeing the Big Picture
Leading and Communicating
Collaborating and Partnering
Delivering at Pace
Other skills / experience / qualifications:
Completion of high school education
Good driving skills with valid driving Licence
Proficiency in English and Arabic (both written & oral)
Effective and efficient use of Microsoft Word, Excel and Power Point
Five or more years of experience in security supervision or similar role
Experience in the use of various Security equipment and radio communication.
NOTE:All applicants must be legally able to work in Sudan with the correct visa/status or work permit. The British Embassy in Khartoum is an equal opportunities employer, dedicated to inclusivity, a diverse workforce and valuing difference. Staff members recruited locally by the British Embassy in Khartoum are subject to Terms and Conditions of Service according to local Sudan employment law. Spouses/registered partners of UK Based Staff, are able to work within the BHC/BCG but their salary will be abated at the appropriate tax rates. Reference checking and security clearances will be conducted. If you have not heard from us 3 weeks after the closing date, please consider your application unsuccessful. Note: Any questions you
may have about this position will only be answered during interview, should you be invited.
To ApplyAll applicants should submit a short (1 page maximum) covering letter stating why they are a suitable candidate for the position along with a copy of their CV in English and a copy of their driver’s licence, by email to: email@example.com Internal applicants should also submit the above, with a copy of their most recent (last 24 months) appraisals to the same email address.
All candidates: Please quote in the subject line, of your email, the Vacancy Notice No: 09/15 KRT and the position you are applying for.
Internal candidates, and spouses of diplomatic officers: Please quote in the subject line, of your email, the Vacancy Notice No: 09/15 KRT and the position you are applying for, and also indicate that you are an internal candidate, or spouse of a diplomatic officer.
The closing date is 6 August 2015 and no further applications will be accepted after this date. Only electronic applications sent via email will be accepted.