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The Finance Manager is responsible for Managerial & Financial Accounting & Reporting for the area of purview.
The area of purview will span anywhere from 1 to 3 group entities.
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The position requires a mature incumbent to team up with the Loss Control Department in the identification and prevention of company related losses such as theft, pilferage, fraudulent activities and malicious behaviours that jeopardise the smooth operations of the Company at large and to perform any other duties as instructed by the supervisor.
Identify operational areas and employee habits that are vulnerable to theft/pilferage and enhancing loss minimisation measures in these areas
Carry out random audits of operations in other departments to check for unreported losses
Formulate loss detection procedures and continuously enforce them to make sure that losses to the company are minimised,
Conduct thorough investigations of all cases of losses through suspected theft/pilferage, fraudulent activities and malicious behaviour
Investigate all criminal cases and advising management where disciplinary action is required as well as following appropriate channels where the cases will have to go through the criminal courts for prosecution
Compile and maintain of loss statistics and production of a monthly loss control report,
Supervise and direct the operations of loss control assistants,
Adhere to all Safety, Health, Environment and Quality (SHEQ) requirements,
Ensure compliance with all regulations and keeps abreast of any changes to laws and regulations which pertain to loss control.
Discernible risk acumen
Disaster Recovery Management skills
Duties to Include
To oversee and co-ordinate all security activities
Monitoring of the CCTVS
Formulating, developing and implementing safety policies and procedures
Supervision and control of Commissionaires and private Security personnel
Organising and controlling the transport section
Advising Management and employees on matters of Safety and Security
Liaising with government protective security inspectorate on matters of security
Developing and implementing safety rules and systems within the organisation
Carrying out investigations
Experience in services security is an added advantage
Prevent unauthorized access to restricted areas.
Answer questions from the public about access to the airfield and be able to direct them to the proper authorities if need be.
Physically check objects, persons and vehicles entering the part of the airport devoted to air operation.
Complete written reports as well as prove continuous efforts to streamline and speed up the security process while not compromising safety.
Provide good customer service as you work directly with airport patrons.
Carrying out patrols in airports.
Using metal detectors and X-ray devices.
Assisting with emergency situations.
Able to work under pressure
Awareness of correct manual handling principles.
Able to follow and give directions.
Able to work with a team.
High attention to detail
Good customer service skills.