Texas Health Resources Security Officer in Kaufman, Texas
Fast-paced, high volume Public Safety department is looking for top skilled Security Officers. Is that you?
Work location: Texas Health Kaufman 850 Ed Hall Dr. Kaufman, TX 75142
Work hours: Full-Time: Rotating Night Shift - 6:30PM-7:00AM
Public Safety Department highlights:
Uniforms and Duty Gear is provided.
License and training re-certifications.
Family type work environment.
Here’s What You Need
H.S. Diploma or equivalent required and
Associate's Degree Business Administration, Criminal Justice, Law Enforcement, Security or closely related field preferred
2 years security or law enforcement preferred
2 years healthcare or education preferred
2 years military experience highly preferred
Driver’s License Class C and Insurable is required and
CSO - Commissioned Security Officer Texas Private Security Level 2, 14 days of hire required and
CSO - Commissioned Security Officer Texas level 3 within 60 days of hire required and
TASER Certification within 60 days of hire required (Two attempts permitted within sixty days) and Annual recertification is required and
CPI - Crisis Prevention Intervention Training upon hire and
ACPI - Advanced Crisis Prevention Intervention Training within 6 months of hire required or
CPI - Crisis Prevention Intervention Training within 30 Days of hire required and
ACPI - Advanced Crisis Prevention Intervention Training within 12 months of hire required
Ability to make independent decisions with tact and mature/positive attitude. Ability to assume responsibilities. Ability to be cooperative, discreet, and courteous within scope of assigned authority.
Must possess the ability to physically defend and/or restrain people.
Must successfully complete a psychological evaluation.
What You Will Do
Patrols buildings and ground for unlocked secured areas for after hour entry.
Locks and opens doors according to schedules.
Provides individual and group escorts to and from parking areas.
Identifies and removes unauthorized individuals from property.
Enforces campus parking policies/cite violations.
Maintains compliance with Security policies.
Pursues and detains persons involved in criminal activity.
Fills out incident/offense report forms and composes narratives.
Gives directions to areas of facility.
Interacts with police, fire personnel, patients, visitors, and staff.
Provides vehicle assistance.
Patrols interior/perimeter of campus and parking.
Completes reports by recording observations, information, occurrences, and surveillance activities.
Reports and escalates situations to the Threat Management Team as appropriate.
Provides quality customer service to Texas Health employees, visitors, and guest.
Greets people with courtesy and respect using the 10/5 rule.
Provides directions and assistance employees, visitors, and guests.
Provide general information regarding Texas Health campuses.
Provides transport/and escorts to and from campus parking lots.
Responds timely to calls for service and emergency situations.
Assesses the situation and utilizes appropriate de-escalation measures.
Utilizes critical thinking skills and provides the appropriate level of force for the situation.
Responds to and activates the appropriate emergency response code.
Interacts with and aids Police, Fire, EMS and other emergency staff as require.
Additional perks of being a Texas Health Security Officer
Benefits include 401k, PTO, medical, dental, Paid Parental Leave, flex spending, tuition reimbursement, student loan repayment program as well as several other benefits.
A supportive, team environment with outstanding opportunities for growth.
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