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Security Officer

Company Name:
Koch Davis
Performs all security related tasks as assigned by supervisor and keeps supervisor apprised of unusual activities and events. Properly utilizes and maintains all issued and operated equipment. Participates in activities not directly related to security operations as approved by security management. These may include transport and release of bodies from the morgue, patient escort, elevator recall checks, and special event setups. Performs facility lockdown as dictated and screens visitors and employees seeking entry after hours. Learns applicable systems and respond to fire alarms at facility fire alarm panels and to units both during actual alarms and drills and be proficient in helicopter fire prevention and fire response. Exhibits good judgment during critical situations and maintains a professional and authoritative demeanor at all times. Assesses situations with consideration for age of individuals involved. Gathers information pertaining to incidents such as thefts, accidents, etc., and accurately completes appropriate documents in the correct format. Intercedes in disputes, both physical and verbal, between persons using verbal de-escalation techniques and skills and defuses potentially violent patient, employee, or visitor situations. Able to physically manage combative, violent persons without hesitation using techniques taught in the required annual aggression management training. Security Officers at locations with dispatch centers may be asked to serve as dispatchers when needed.
Requirements
Good verbal and written communication skills. Able to physically comply with daily tasks and training requirements. 40 hour Security Officer training (preferred). Minimum 1 year experience in hospital security (preferred). License, certification or registration required.
Education
High School graduate or equivalent (preferred)
Client
The company provides healthcare service.

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