Safety & Security Officer - Nights
Requisition #: 188180
Location: Sibley Memorial Hospital, Washington, DC 20001
Category: Support Services (Services/Trades)
Work Shift: Night Shift
Work Week: Full Time (40 hours)
Weekend Work Required: Yes
Date Posted: June 20, 2019
Johns Hopkins Health System employs more than 20,000 people annually. When joining the Johns Hopkins Health System, you became part of a diverse organization dedicated to its patients, their families, and the community we serve, as well as to our employees. Career opportunities are available in academic and community hospital settings, home care services, physician practices, international affiliate locations and in the health insurance industry. Great careers continually advance here.
The Safety & Security officer protects life and property of all persons on Sibley Memorial Hospital premises and patrols Hospital buildings and grounds to prevent fire, theft, and vandalism. Secures, unlocks and protects Hospital buildings. Responds to security needs of hospital personnel.
Work Location: Washington, D.C.
Full time - Nights
10pm - 6:30am, weekends required
High School Diploma or equivalent and a minimum of one year of experience in the field of law enforcement and/or security management; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Must satisfy the requirements to obtain a District of Columbia Special Police Officer Commission and must be certified in CPR or obtain certification within 30 days of employment and maintain active CPR certification throughout employment at the Hospital. Must possess a valid driver's license.
Johns Hopkins Health System and its affiliates are Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employers. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, sex, age, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, and or any other status protected by federal, state, or local law. Sibley Memorial Hospital provides a smoke-free workplace.
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