Supervisor Security Services in Noblesville, IN at Riverview Health

Date Posted: 11/18/2019

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Job Description

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The Supervisor Security Services is responsible for leading a highly competent security team in ensuring a safe environment for employees, patients, physicians and visitors at Riverview Health. The Supervisor, Security Services directs the team in monitoring activity on and around hospital campuses, proactively managing traffic flow and safety, and responding to both urgent and routine safety or security issues.

  • Supervises shift personnel, including training, orientation, assigning work, scheduling, authorizing leave, reviewing/approving time sheets, and evaluating performance up through and including termination of employment.

  • May be delegated other management duties as needed in the absence of department leadership.

  • Regularly conducts a proactive and reactive patrol of Riverview Health facilities. Parking lots and other designated areas, maintaining high visibility and ensuring security of Riverview Health Facilities, Investigates and reports all suspicious or unlawful activities, and performs necessary actions to enforce laws.

  • Monitors radio and other communication devices, and responds to alarms and calls of distress and complaints of alleged unlawful activity, including assessing and bringing situations under control, taking statements from victims and witnesses, calming emotionally distraught persons, mediating disputes, providing assistance, comforting distraught individuals, mediating citizen disputes, and ensuring lawful apprehension and arrest of criminal offenders. Makes independent and sound decisions in providing care including life threatening situations.

  • Manages traffic in and around the hospital campus. Stops drivers of vehicles for traffic violations, verifying licenses and registration data, advising drivers of safe driving practices, issuing warnings/citations, and/or arresting drivers as warranted. Responds to and investigates traffic accidents, including assessing extent of personal injuries, calling for emergency medical assistance, photographing, taking statements from victims and witnesses, directing removal of damaged vehicles, and ensuring area is clear. Assists with providing emergency medical care and lifting victims onto stretchers and into medical vehicles as needed. Directs vehicular and pedestrian traffic when congestion occurs or as assigned.

  • Pursues, apprehends, searches, and arrests suspects, using only necessary physical force, advising them of rights, and transporting to detention area. Prevents individuals from injuring themselves or others by using physical restraint or appropriate weapons.

  • Performs booking procedures of detained individuals, including fingerprinting, obtaining background information, photographing, searching individuals, and accounting for individual's money and personal property. Conducts security checks of holding cell, and monitors/oversees detainee activity.

  • Coordinates/participates in formal investigation of crimes by securing/protecting and searching crime scenes, assuming command until superior officer arrives, collecting, preserving and protecting evidence according to prescribed procedures, locating and interviewing victims and witnesses, interrogating suspects, searches persons and property with and without a warrant in accordance with the law.

  • Maintains appearance and serviceability of all issued and/or required police vehicles, uniforms, equipment and weapons, according to department standards. Maintains physical fitness according to department standards.

  • May periodically transport individuals from this facility to an appropriate facility.

  • Coordinates and/or participates in and may instruct training programs for certification in specialized law enforcement areas as assigned or required.

  • May perform voluntary technical assignments including but not limited to: Firearms Instructor, Accident Investigator, Field Training Officer, Certified Chemical Test Operator, Drug Recognition Expert, D.A.R.E. Instructor, Defensive Tactics Instructor, E.V.O.C. Instructor, Weapons Armorer

  • Other duties as assigned.

Job Requirements

  • Level of Education
    • Minimum: High school diploma or equivalent
  • Level of Experience
    • Minimum: Public Safety Experience
    • Preferred: 2 Years Minimum Public Safety Experience
  • State Issued License - Yes
  • CPR - Yes
  • ACLS - N/A
  • PALS - N/A
  • Specialty - N/A
  • Type of Specialty Certification or other Licensure, if required:
    • Eligible to legally carry a handgun and obtain a passing score in the Handgun Course of Fire, Rifle and Shotgun Courses of Fire, as required by Indiana Law Enforcement Training Board standards.
    • Active Duty Police Officer in good standing or Special Deputy status with the authority arrest for both felonies and misdemeanors under applicable law.
    • Indiana Law Enforcement Certification
    • Pass Pre-Basic 40-hour Certification Course
    • Possess and maintain an Indiana driver’s license with demonstrated safe driving record