CHIEF PROVINCIAL INSPECTOR (11 POSTS)

Kindly note that posts with reference no. P 37/2017–P 46/2017 are a re-advertisement. Applicants who applied previously and still wish to be considered are at liberty to re-apply.
SALARY:R417 552 per annum
CENTRE:
RTI Umdloti (1 Post) (Ref. P 37/2017)
RTI Vryheid (1 Post) (Ref. P 38/2017)
RTI Ulundi (1 Post) (Ref. P 39/2017)
RTI Nongoma (1 Post)
(Ref. P 40/2017)
RTI Empangeni (1 Post) (Ref. P 41/2017)
RTI Eshowe (1 Post) (Ref. P 42/2017)
RTI Mtubatuba (1 Post) (Ref. P 43/2017)
RTI Gingindlovu (1 Post) (Ref. P 44/2017)
RTI Nquthu (1 Post) (Ref. P 45/2017)
RTI Midway (1 Post) (Ref. P46/2017)
RTI Greytown (1 Post) (Ref. P 47/2017)
REQUIREMENTS:A relevant tertiary qualification (3-year Diploma/Degree in a Management/Law field–NQF 6); plus a Basic Traffic Officer’s Diploma; plus 3-5 years’ supervisory experience in a Traffic Law Enforcement field; plus 7-10 years’working experience in Traffic Law Enforcement field; plus All valid relevant driving licenses (A and EC); plus Valid Peace Officer’s Certificate; plus No criminal record. Knowledge, Skills, Training and Competencies Required:Extensive knowledge of Traffic Management policies and regulations. Knowledge of relevant legislations and traffic management regulations. Knowledge of vehicle inspections / impoundment. Knowledge of driving skills. Records and resource management skills. Customer relationship management skills. Planning, organizing, leadership, controlling and monitoring skills. People Management skills. Service delivery, communication and decision-making skills. Results and quality management skills. Problem solving skills. Innovation/continuous improvement skills. Analytical skills. Computer literacy. Negotiation and initiative skills. Project management, mentoring and coaching skills.
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DUTIES:Manage and enforce Road Traffic, Public Passenger, Transport Legislation and other relevant legislations: Develop operational strategies and ensure implementation of approved traffic law enforcement strategies. Ensure the free flow of traffic through point duty and traffic control at congested areas, coordinate activities and safeguard accident scenes. Plan and manage speed testing operations. Coordinate execution of arrests on traffic related matters, attend court proceedings and give evidence. Manage processes of issuing relevant notices to offenders.*Manage traffic policing projects. Identify and advise relevant role players on hazardous locations. Manage escorting of abnormal vehicles and loads to ensure the safe movement thereof. *Manage
monitoring of road sports and social events and coordinate overload control management
(includes goods and passengers). Manage joint law enforcement activities and projects (co operative governance): Participate in planning of joint enforcement strategies and projects. Manage the execution of joint law enforcement strategies and projects. Evaluate and report on
strategies and projects. Manage resources and provide leadership and direction to all subordinates: Develop and maintain a monitoring system and ensure that balance is achieved with regard to Senior Provincial Inspectors (SPIs) and Provincial Inspectors (PIs) production,including statistics of production of SPIs and PIs. Implementation of innovations to improve working environment and conduct visitation to officers in the field. Assist with the updating of the environmental analysis to ensure that it is used as baseline for planning. Perform basic management functions (planning, organizing, leading and control). Conduct planning, feedback, evaluation and information sharing meetings with subordinates.
Assist with human resource issues at the station and coordinate staff quarterly performance appraisals. Identify and manage risks: Identify relevant risks.Develop plan to address risks. Implement and monitor plan. Evaluate progress. Manage the performance of all administrative activities and related duties: Ensure that motor vehicle fleet is managed properly. Monitor state of
equipment and assist with proactive replacement planning including identifying and monitoring members’ involved in accidents. Ensure effective loss control measures are in place to address loss of firearms and other related equipment and strive towards reducing the financial value of losses. Participate in budget planning and required by Centre Manager. Monitor monthly expenditure and inspection reports from the Province and implement corrective action in problem areas. Regular budget control and management discussions as part of management meetings and share information with members regarding the centre’s budget priorities.
ENQUIRIES:Mr VK Chetty Tel: 033-355 8880/8071
FOR ATTENTION:Ms E Louwrens
NOTE:It is the intention of this Department to consider equity targets when filling these positions. Short-listed candidates may be required to undergo a competency based test. The Successful candidates will be required to enter into a Performance Agreement

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