Security officer

Company Name:
Elliot Hospital
Department: SECURITY
Schedule: 2:00P-10:00P
Shift: Eves
Hours: 40
Job Summary:
Provides a safe and secure environment for patients, visitors, medical staff, employees and their property as well as ensures the security of the buildings and property of Elliot Health System properties.
Conducts regular scheduled patrols of Elliot Health System buildings and grounds, checking all doors, windows, alarms and firefighting equipment (extinguishers, etc.). Patrols employee parking lot to ensure safety of departing employees. Documents all activity including interior patrols in the Security Log. Responds to emergency situations including Code Red , Code Grey , Code Yellow , and Code Blue . Assists authorized employees and physicians requiring access to certain building areas. Assists with the transportation of deceased persons and their property to the hospital morgue. Provides release of deceased persons and their property after obtaining proper authorization from hospital supervisor. Maintains precise chain of custody records in this matter. Maintains radio communication via walkie-talkie with hospital Communications Center and other security officers and responds to requests made by the switchboard on behalf of patients, employees, physicians and visitors. Responds to and assists with Elliot Health System disasters, fire drills, fires and other emergency situations.
High School Education or equivalent required. Post secondary education preferred.
Previous security experience in civil or military police preferred.
Certification/Licensure:Must be 21 years of age or older. Current valid NH driver s license required. Must be able to provide driver s record report from state of current driver s license with no misdemeanor or felony motor vehicle conviction.
Background/Records Check:
No criminal record or convictions for misdemeanor or felony offenses.
General working knowledge of Microsoft Word/Excel and Outlook required.
Elliot Health System is an Equal Opportunity Employer and an Affirmative Action Employer.

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