OUR QUALITY MAKES
THE DIFFERENCE IN CARE,
AND IN CAREER SATISFACTION.
Become part of a team where quality makes the difference in the lives of
patients, clients, and members, as well as the professionals who serve them.
Join us at Centegra Health System, a family of highly respected hospitals and
health and fitness centers in attractive locations throughout McHenry County,
Illinois. Our innovative organization offers state-of-the-art facilities,
top-end technologies, and exceptional opportunities to advance.
Consider this promising role:
Security Officer I
Full time and Part
Time opportunities available
Under the direction
of the Security Department Leadership and in alignment with the Centegra Health
System values of genuine respect, passionate caring and a joyful spirit this
position adheres to established policies and procedures to protect the hospital
from theft and damage; provides protection for patients, visitors, Associates,
and medical staff; investigates and quells disturbances; restrains patients upon
proper direction and assistance of medical/clinical staff.
perimeter and internal patrols of the hospital buildings and grounds to assure
protection of patients and property and to prevent the entry of unauthorized
persons into the hospital.
into incidents of hazardous conditions, reported theft, criminal activity, and
any other security or safety issues as reported.
Attends to the closed
circuit TV system and to the Access Control System per shift assignments.
Monitors fire and
distress alarms in accordance with post and shift assignments.
Controls traffic as
necessary to assure access by emergency vehicles at all times and access by
patients and visitors accordingly.
Maintains security of
restricted areas by checking and locking doors according to pre-set schedules or
as required by special circumstances.
Provides escort service
for Associates to their vehicles as requested.
Responds to all
emergency codes in accordance with department specific guidelines.
MINIMUM KNOWLEDGE, SKILL AND ABILITIES REQUIRED:
Requires a high school
diploma or GED as a minimum.
Successful completion of
IAHSS Basic Modules within 60 days of hire.
Valid driver's license.
communication skills necessary to interact effectively with a variety of
individuals including Associates, medical staff, patients, visitors, police, and
Writing skills necessary
to complete reports and paper work that meets departmental standards.
Physical ability to
stand and walk during much of your work shift patrolling hospital buildings and
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