The Security Guard will work in direct Support of SP West Guji base in Ethiopia abiding by the SP code and conduct.
Responsible for providing security for the Samaritan’s Purse staff and property.
With a generous and serving spirit, perform all other tasks and responsibilities assigned for the benefit of Samaritan’s Purse
Control entry of vehicles and people into established secure areas (for example- a building, room, compound, warehouse, or designated area outside), to include directing the flow of crowds of people during the distribution of goods
Welcomes, screens, reports/records and announces all visitors and vehicles arriving as the assigned premises.
Performs regular checks of the premises/compound (including fire extinguishers, windows, doors, lights, and piping) to prevent incidents. Checks the cars in the compound ( lights off, windows closed.etc)
Immediately report any problem/incident or anything suspicious to his/her immediate supervisor
Assist with manual tasks around the compound as instructed by the Director of Security
Report any suspicious activity or security incidents to the Program Manager and Director of Security
Qualifications & Preferred Skills
Impeccable integrity and honesty
Committed to following the SP code of conduct, values, and ethical standards
Humble team player
Strong cross-cultural communication skills, both written and verbal
Levelheaded and calm demeanor; able to firmly, yet professionally, direct people when the need arises
Self-starter and motivated to succeed, regardless of the task
Situational awareness, attention to detail, the anticipation of events, and follow-up
Flexible and adaptable to changing schedules and requirements
Willingness to work in a field environment (including extended periods outside in extreme temperatures, rain, and dust)
Amharic/English helpful but not required
The Security Officer is responsible to assist the Safety Control Manager - Ethiopia to promote and support the success and safety of field programs, staff, and facilities. This position will also help develop and maintain security and evacuation plans, assist with the development and enforcement of security policies and procedures, and regularly train national and international staff on security measures. This role will provide primary support to the team working in the West Guji location. The Security Officer also responsible for coordinating with key officials to ensure the safety and security od Samaritan’s Purse personnel an management and supervising property in program sites, as well as related tasks assigned by the management.
Management of the security portfolio of work for SPE Ethiopia.
Minimize exposure to risk for SPE operations in West Guji.
Maintain proactive information flow to the country director and surface mount technology (SMT). Members around key risks and mitigation strategies. Providing recommendations as required.
Constant monitoring of the security environment and adjustment of security plans and policies in response.
Ensure all staff follow security standard Operating Procedures ( SOPs).
Work with the HR department to manage any security concerns related to staffing.
Update and improve core SPE security plans, policies, contingency plans, SOPs.
Lead coordination of security risk assessments for new areas, projects, and grants.
Maintain a high-quality incident reporting culture and system.
Maintain good relationships and information sharing with key security stakeholders in Ethiopia.
Provide training to other security staff, guards, and drivers as required.
Maintain and update security guidelines and best practices with the assistance of the Security Manager.
Submission of weekly security updates, as requested by the PM and Security Department.
Report any suspicious activity or security incidents to the Security Manager and NR Program Manager.
Relevant bachelor’s degree.
Security management qualification.
Minimum 5 years of experience
Demonstrable experience of the humanitarian environment. Particularly the emergency and recovery phases, related security concerns and building responses to them.
Demonstrable high-level working knowledge of context analysis and the current environment in Ethiopia.
Committed to following the SP code of conduct, values, and ethical standards
Situational awareness, attention to detail, anticipation of events, and follow-up
Previous experience in a security position, preferably with an NGO.
Strong working knowledge of threat assessment, risk
English is an advantage
Position: Guard Supervisor
Education: Diploma from Police/Military College and other related fields
Experience: Two years proved & relevant experience
Knowledge & Skill:
Excellent Communication Skill and Personality
Excellent Planning and Organizing Skill
Having renewed driving license is advantageous
Salary: As per the company Scale
Place of Work: Addis Ababa
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