Under minimal supervision, perform the duties of a public safety officer level II for the Public Safety department. Essential Job Outcomes & Functions 30% - Patrol Long Beach Memorial Medical Center campus in order to assure a safer, more secure environment for our employees, physicians, patients and guests.
20% - Completion of all assigned reports, daily logs and required forms in order to assure timely and complete documentation of Security department activity for LBMMC.
10% - Reporting all LBMMC campus safety violations, violence related situations, fire responses or other accident related incidents or criminal activity in order to assure a continued flow of information.
10% - Each public saftety officer will conduct his/herself in a professional manner, consistent with the authority of the job.
15% - Knowledge, skills and ability to perform all assigned computer functions within the command center in order to assure continuous service to the medical center for ID badges, surveillance and parking system, as well as, clerical software.
15% - Provide high quality professioanl services to employees, patients, physicians and guest in the medical center in order to assure a continuous flow of information in and out of the command center to all appropriate security personnel and emergency agencies.
Perform all other duties as required.
Note: The duties listed represent the job classification of Public Safety Officer level II and the specific duties of any one position may vary upon department and work assignments. Job Specific Competencies Patrol procedures, timely response to calls for service, radio proficiency, key control, completeness of reports, daily logs and forms, reports safety violations, fire response, criminal investigations, remain at assigned posts, enforce and adhere to policies and performs age specific duties. Knowledge of the WPS system, MCM/Checkpoint system, PictureLink system and clerical software, monitoring of surveillance cameras, calls to outside safety agencies for emergencies, monitoring of all alarms, guest relations, patient/physician/employee complaints, appropriate dress according to department policy, wearing of ID badge and performance of basic clerical duties.
Must have valid California driver’s license, BCLS license, valid state guard card, a valid state baton permit and a valid permit to carry pepper spray. Must pass background check. Excellent guest relation skills required. Computer literacy preferred. Training: Modules III (144 hours) and Modules II (189 hours) Total hours 333
Education / Licensure / Certification Must be able to speak, read and write the English language.