- High School Diploma or GED
- Driver's License
- Baton Permit
- First Aid Certification
- Crisis Intervention
Are you looking to thrive in complex environments and have a passion for public relations?
Grandview Medical Center Police Department, a fully functioning police department is a private policing agency recognized by the state and recently recognized by the Ohio Collaborative in our efforts to align police agencies within the State of Ohio. Grandview currently has 63 sworn officers within its command and provides services for Greene, Montgomery and Preble County. Officers must be able to thrive in complex environments and have a passion for public relations. Officers who wish to make a difference within their perspective community apply within.
Responsibilities & Requirements
Under the direction of the Chief or Captain of Police and/or shift supervisor the officer maintains a safe and secure environment for all persons visiting the Medical Center.
The officer fulfills the duties of a Police Officer and/or dispatcher and other duties, as assigned
Completion of High School and Ohio Peace Officer Training Academy (OPOTA) certification. Firearms Certification, ASP Police Baton Certification, Valid Driver’s License CPR and First Aid Certification Experience in crisis intervention and evaluation preferred.
Minimum one-year experience in law enforcement and public contact preferred
Ability to follow written and oral instructions
Good communication skills, both oral and written
Ability to deal with and to communicate tactfully and effectively with employees, students, patients, and visitors under stressful circumstances
Ability to meet the standards established by the Medical Center
Ability to learn and operate a proprietary central fire system and/or other computer based systems when needed
Ability to learn and operate a proprietary central communications and CCTV system Knowledge of principles and methods of maintaining building and ground security
Ability to investigate incidents fully and deal with victims, witnesses and suspects in a tactful manner
Ability to handle money transactions
Ability to accept change and constructive criticism WORK ENVIRONMENT Interaction with patients, visitors, vendor representatives, co-workers, and customers throughout GMH There may be periods of meeting deadlines with severe time constraints, dealing with people in crisis, sometimes with aggressive or violent expression and often with multiple demands from several people. There will be times of working in adverse weather conditions, darkness, in construction areas, and other unsafe environments