Security Officer - Security
Community Hospital of the Monterey Peninsula
Varied days and shifts
Under the leadership of the department director and security supervisor, the security officer performs duties including, but not limited to thorough patrols, key access, security stand-by, escorts, storage and disposition of patient valuables and lost & found items, investigations, parking issues, and the completion of thorough logs. The security officer must have excellent customer service skills with strong verbal and written communication and be able to exhibit a calm and thoughtful demeanor in difficult or potentially volatile circumstances.
The security officer is expected to be observant and detail- oriented and report any unusual occurrences to the appropriate individuals. Security officers are expected to be self starters who problem solve, multi-task, prioritize duties and assignments, follow directions and follow through on tasks to completion. Security officers are expected to comply with, and enforce, hospital and departmental policies.
Experience in security in the healthcare environment or law enforcement is preferred. Must demonstrate functional word processing/computer skills and have superior written communication for clear and concise report writing.
High school diploma, G.E.D. or combination of education and relevant work experience preferred.
Must possess a valid California driver's license. American Heart Association Healthcare Provider BLS required. IAHSS certification preferred. MOAB certification must be obtained within the first 6 months of hire. Must obtain a valid California Guard Card within 4 months of hire.
In addition to the above CA driver's license, the following are required: An acceptable driving record of three points or less and participation in the DMV pull-notice program.
Equal Opportunity Employer