• Security Officer

    Job Locations US-FL-Deltona
    Department
    Security
    Position Status
    Full-Time
    Shift
    Variable
    Requisition Number
    2019-6537
  • Overview

    Halifax Health is seeking a Security Officer for the Security Department.

    Summary

    This individual performs the function of security, carrying out 24 hour coverage of the hospital premises. Responsible for all parking related services and transportation. Observes and reports safety and security hazards on the hospital premises and assists hospital personnel, visitors and patients whenever needed.

     

    Job Qualifications

    • High School Diploma or GED equivalency required. 

    • State of Florida security officer license Class-D.

    • Previous Law Enforcement or military experience preferred.

       

    • Prior experience in health care and/or experience in law enforcement/military.
    • Strong oral and written communication skills with excellent interpersonal skills.
    • Professional demeanor under highly stressful circumstances.
    • Act independently and give direction as well as receive direction from others.
    • Computer skills.

    Job Duties and Responsibilities

    • Achieve departmental and hospital goals in providing a safe and secure environment for patients and staff.
    • Provide 24 hour coverage to hospital patients, employees, and visitors. Including HPC, HHPO, HBS, AMC and other/all off site locations.
    • Provide 24 hour assistance as required by administration on call, house managers, department managers, clinical staff and security supervisor’s.
    • Make rounds of entire facility lobbies, elevators, exits, hallways, attic, stairwell, parking lots, etc.
    • Take proactive measures to prevent theft and incidents.
    • Monitor behavior of employees, visitors, and patients to assure safety.
    • Member of first responder’s team.
    • Maintain training in fire response, disasters, bomb threats, and hazardous materials spills etc.
    • Assist with patient restraining and escorting to Psych. Department.
    • Escort employees and visitors to vehicles and off site facility locations upon request.
    • Transport medical supplies and or staff as requested.
    • Investigate incidents, thefts, injuries, and emergency call’s and submits documentation of shift activities to shift supervisors.
    • Knowledgeable of law, prosecution liabilities, and safety risks.
    • Responsible for driving shuttle bus service for staff and EVAC ambulance service for trauma response on campus.
    • Acts independently often making judgments or specific interpretations of hospital and department policies, procedures, and methods relating to safety & security matters.
    • Carry out other related duties as they arise and are assigned.
    • Participates in the enforcement of hospital policies including the parking policy and tobacco free policy.

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