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Scheduled Weekly Hours
In conjunction with Director of Safety Services and Security
Supervisor, the Security Officer is responsible for the direct
service of the Hospital's Security program. All Security Officers
will ensure compliance with JCAHO, OSHA, State and local directives
and guidelines. Officer will provide positive and effective
communication skills with department personnel, other departments,
visitors and patients of the Hospital. Officer has knowledge of all
phases of the job, related methods, techniques and skills necessary
for effective performance. Officer is responsible for communicating
and enforcing Administrative, Personnel and departmental policies
and procedures in association with the organization's vision and
Will perform Security functions as required on a day-to-day
Makes a minimum of two rounds of all Hospital buildings and
grounds each shift as documented in daily logs and reviews daily by
Locks and unlocks buildings as directed by supervisor on a
day-to-day basis as observed by supervisor through daily logs.
Controls and documents all requested activity in the morgue
according to specific isolation and documentation procedure as
observed in appropriate morgue guidelines.
Assists with patient movement and control upon request by
nursing staff using established procedures.
Provides highly visible parking lot patrols during shift changes
on a routine basis as observed through daily logs.
Performs and prepares all department incident reports, work
orders, hazard reports, daily logs and Hospital incident reports as
required each shift and monitored by supervisor.
Participates in educational in-service and department meetings
to continually gain sufficient knowledge of equipment that is
utilized throughout the department.
Performs incident investigation as situations occur with
follow-up to appropriate authorities/departments as observed by
supervisor and in conjunction with Hospital policies and
Provides assistance to employees, visitors and staff as required
by departmental and Hospital policies, and as assigned by
All other duties as assigned.
Education - High School Diploma/GED Equivalent in General
Certifications - Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) Certified -
American Heart Association (AHA); Driver's License - State; Rapid
City Security License - City of Rapid City
Experience - 1+ years of Security/Safety Experience
Very heavy work - Exerting in excess of 100 pounds of force
occasionally, and/or in excess of 50 pounds of force frequently,
and/or in excess of 20 pounds of force constantly to move objects.
Possible exposure to blood, bodily fluids, or tissues.
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