This position is responsible for the security of an outpatient location and/or this position is an active field training officer of any assigned shift to provide support and be able to maintain a secured environment for our staff, physicians, patients and visitors. The Senior Security officer must have advanced knowledge of the unique security department operations at the Medical Center and be willing and able to step in and operate independently to assist multiple areas and departments. Senior Officers will assist Department Administration and on-site property managers in the management of the patient property and investigation functions. Senior Officers must be highly knowledgeable about departmental operations and training processes.
The Senior Security Officer provides on-going field training services for newly hired security officers and/or performs security services for offsite Medical Center facilities and locations. This will include facilitating monthly meetings with newly hired employees to review progress and assess knowledge, skills and abilities. The Senior Security Officer will be responsible for continuing the monthly meetings during the newly hired employees probationary period for one year and submitting feedback to the employees manager. This position performs public and patient safety functions including ensuring property is secured by patrolling buildings and grounds, staffing fixed security posts, monitoring persons entering and leaving facilities, monitoring cameras, and security and alarm systems. This position responds to emergencies as part of their regular responsibilities and are required to maintain specific levels of training and knowledge relating to the various property they secure. This position will be responsible for leading after action incident debriefings with clinical staff and ensuring that impacted employees have access to emotional support resources. Assists in overseeing and managing patient property and valuables, the investigation of patient property losses or thefts, Medical Center thefts, and employee accidents assigned to the Security Department for follow up. The Senior Officer ensures complete and accurate reports with recommendations, as appropriate, are submitted following all investigations. This position requires limited supervision and work may be expected without well-defined procedures or instructions. Reports Public Safety and Security concerns and performs all other security department functions as necessary.
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