Loss Prevention Officer FT/36HRS
CHRISTUS St. Vincent
Quality and Risk Management
490A West Zia Rd
Santa Fe, NM 87505
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The Loss Prevention/Security Officer assists in the maintenance of a safe and secure work place for patients, staff, employees and visitors. This primary task involves providing physical security for facilities, cooperation in crisis and emergency situations and responsibility for monitoring hospital electronic loss prevention systems. Security and Loss Prevention Systems include lock and key management programs, responses to and understanding of overall hospital fire and evacuation systems and communications center (CCTV, Infant Abduction Alarms, Intrusion Alarms and Access Control) functions. The Loss Prevention / Security Officer uses computerized reporting and incident management programs, Internet based data gathering and Internet web structure to provide services and perform jobs.
Education: High School Diploma or Equivalent
CERTIFICATION/LICENSES: Valid New Mexico Drivers License; BLS required within 2 weeks of hire and CPI is required within 60 days of hire. New hires will be required to obtain the State of New Mexico Security Guard Level I license within 60 days and the New Mexico Security Guard Level II license within 90 days. SKILLS: * Ability to communicate clearly both verbally and in writing * Basic computer knowledge * Understanding of basic loss prevention electronic systems
EXPERIENCE: Prevention experience in law enforcement, corrections or security preferred.
NATURE OF SUPERVISION: -Responsible to: Director Loss Prevention and Communication
ENVIRONMENT: - Bloodborne pathogen B The Loss Prevention/Security Officer's function is subject to varying and unpredictable situations. Emergency and crisis circumstances, irregular working hours and exposure to assaultive behavior occur regularly PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: Prolonged walking, standing or running up or down stairwells in emergency situations. Physically able to assist in restraining an average adult weighing approximately 150 pounds. Responds to and monitors potentially dangerous, violent or escalating situations with proper intervention and techniques to ensure safety of all persons concerned.