East Orange General Hospital is currently seeking a Safety Supervisor.
Manage the day to day operations of the Security and Safety Department. Supervises staff involved in establishing, promoting and maintaining hospital security and property protection.
Assists in Managing the day-to-day operations of the Security Staff
Collaborates with Security Vendors and monitors Security Programs
Assists in analyzing safety and risk issues and develops plans of corrections
Assists the directing in completing safety reports on a quarterly basis.
Assigns tasks and projects to staff.
Attends meetings as assigned
Liaison between Security officers and V.P. Hospital Operations.
Schedules and assigns Security Officers to cover all shifts.
Completes time and attendance on etime.
Covers as Security Officer/ Supervisor when required.
Oversees incident reporting logs.
Oversees Fire Drill Log.
Conducts weekly audits of Patient Valuables.
Completes monthly Security Report.
Oversees on the job training for Security Officers.
Educates Security Officers in any new policies, procedures, equipment and techniques.
Participates in the Emergency Management CommitteeAssists the Director in serving as Liaison between Local, County and State Emergency Personnel.
Attends regulatory training as required.
High school diploma, some college preferred. Three to five years experience in law enforcement and /or security management. Previous Supervisory Experience Preferred. NJ driver license required.
Requires full range of body motion including handling, lifting and restraining patients. Occasionally lifts and carries items weighing up to 50lbs. Requires corrected vision and hearing to normal range. Requires working under stressful conditions and flexible hours. Working outside in inclement weather. Occasionally working nearing moving mechanical parts ; in high precarious places; with explosives; fumes or airborne particles; toxic or caustic chemicals, extreme cold, extreme heat, risk of electric shock, risk of radiation and vibration. The employee will occasionally work with or around mentally challenged patients/visitors. Emergency situations can arise without notification or cause. Involves some discretion, independent action and judgment to decide what to do.