Patients, employees and visitors of Legacy want to feel secure in and around our buildings. You represent our goal of providing a safe environment in which to offer the best possible care. Customers will look to you as a knowledgeable resource, and you’ll build relationships as you protect the buildings, equipment and assets within the Legacy Health community.
The Safety/Security Officer ensures the safety and security of patients, employees, visitors, and physicians within the boundaries of Legacy Health and provides assistance to customers as an informational resource; ensures the safety and security of all property to include buildings, equipment and other assets located on Legacy Health property.
High School diploma or equivalent required.
Associate’s degree in criminal justice or related field preferred.
Minimum two years prior Corrections, Military, Law Enforcement or related Security experience. Minimum two years experience with heavy public contact and an emphasis on customer service.
Ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing.
Ability to maintain a satisfactory driving record.
Ability to use computer programs and write legible and grammatically correct reports.
Ability to pay attention to detail and remain aware of current surroundings.
Keyboard skills and ability to navigate electronic systems applicable to job functions.
LEGACY’S VALUES IN ACTION:
Follows guidelines set forth in Legacy’s Values in Action.
Equal Opportunity Employer/Vet/Disabled
Current valid applicable state driver’s license and a driving record that meets insurance carrier requirements.
Healthcare Provider CPR certification required within 4 days of hire.
Successful completion of both classroom and hands-on MOAB training certification within 120 days of the first day of placement within the department and then recertification every two years thereafter.
DPSST (Department of Public Safety Standards and Training) unarmed professional temporary certification (PS 20) or current DPSST unarmed professional certification required upon placement. The DPSST unarmed professional certification must be obtained within 120 days of the first day of placement in the department.