Baton Rouge General Medical Center
JOB PURPOSE OR MISSION: To provide proactive public safety and security services at any assigned General Health System facility. Performs the role of Public Safety/Security Dispatcher and/or Team Leader, when assigned. Responds to all alarms, requests for security assistance, and situations involving combative persons. Investigates and documents all safety and security related issues as assigned, to include incidents of crime that may have occurred within GHS facilities. Conducts thorough internal and external patrols (both on foot and in vehicle) and adheres to all departmental procedures and policies as outlined. Collaborates with law enforcement, fire, or medical personnel, as required, to help ensure the utmost safety of all patients, visitors, and staff.
SPECIFIC EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS
Security, military, corrections, or law enforcement experience required; healthcare experience preferred
SPECIFIC EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS
HS diploma or GED; some college or an Associates/Bachelors Degree preferred
SPECIAL SKILL, LICENSE AND KNOWLEDGE REQUIREMENTS
Minimum of 21 years of age
Valid LA drivers license with no more than two (2) moving violations in the last three (3) years; if hired, out of state applicants must have valid LA license within 30 days
Able to understand, carry out/perform, and adhere to instructions, directives, policies, procedures, etc.
Able to effectively apply statutory laws, legal precedents, policy, and training in response to situations
Able to make independent decisions during stressful situations, within scope of company policies, personal experience, and legal boundaries
Dependable and motivated to complete duties without constant supervision. Able to interact appropriately with a diverse population
Able to remain calm in stressful situations
Able to complete a job-related physical performance test, as required
Able to successfully complete any pre-employment medical and psychological testing, if required
Able to successfully complete initial and ongoing training, which may include certifications in tactical baton, pepper spray, handcuffs, conducted electrical weapons (i.e. Taser), and/or firearms
Able to successfully complete Management of Aggressive Behavior (MOAB) training within 60 days of hire
Able to successfully complete CPR training within the first six (6) months of hire, as required
Able to successfully complete International Assoc. of Healthcare Security & Safety (IAHSS) Basic Officer certification within the first (1) year of employment, as required
Able to successfully operate computers, monitors, cameras, CCTV systems, printers, mobile devices/scanners and or other office and security-related equipment, as required
Baton Rouge General Medical Center
Website : https://www.brgeneral.org/
Whether it's mental health problems, substance abuse or other behavioral health issues, Baton Rouge General is here for you and your family. Specializing in geriatric care, our staff is focused on your individual needs and is equipped to handle a variety of cases in the family-like atmosphere you've come to expect from the General. Whether it's mental health problems, substance abuse or other behavioral health issues, Baton Rouge General is here for you and your family. Specializing in geriatric care, our staff is focused on your individual needs and is equipped to handle a variety of cases in the family-like atmosphere you've come to expect. Some of our most commonly treated conditions include: Geriatric Mood Disorders Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Anxiety Disorders Anxiety, due to dementia Panic Disorder Depression, due to life changes Depression, due to chronic or serious illness Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Chronic and Persistent Mental Illness Schizophrenia Bipolar Disorder Frustration and acting out due to an undiagnosed or misdiagnosed medical illness Aging adults have unique physical, emotional and social needs. At Baton Rouge General, our goal is to promote a healthy lifestyle to address all these needs through psychotherapy, medication management and nutrition education. And because our Behavioral Health Unit is located inside our full-service hospital, our care team looks at treating not only the mental illness, but also any other medical conditions our patients may have. For more information about inpatient Behavioral Health Services at Baton Rouge General, please call (225) 387-7904. At Baton Rouge General's Behavioral Wellness Center, we believe in delivering the highest quality of care to our patients with the same caring and compassion this community has come to expect from Baton Rouge General for more than 110 years. One in four adults over the age of 20 suffer from some form of mental illness, whether it's recent anxiety or something that you've lived with for years. Our goal is to promote a healthy lifestyle to address all these needs through individual therapy, group sessions and medication management in a comfortable, outpatient setting.