Health Officer Field Job Description Sample
Kennel Officer II / Field Officer II
Under direction, performs progressively complex assignments in enforcement, care, treatment, quarantine, impound, euthanasia and disposal of animals and informs and advises the public on licensing, immunization, and other Animal Services programs, and performs any other related duties as required.
The II level differs from the I level in that work is done more independently with less supervision. Incumbents at the II level are responsible for additional public contact and interaction with public and private entities. The II level must demonstrate the ability to speak and write effectively at a level necessary for successful job performance.
Incumbents are also assigned citizen complaints, quarantined/biting animals, abandoned/vicious/deceased domestic and wild animals, leash law enforcement patrol, public counter duties, licensing enforcement or as kennel attendants certified by the Department to euthanize animals.
Incumbents at the II level are expected to function at a higher level of individual initiative, creativity, self-direction, independent judgment and all other tasks as listed.
PAYROLL TITLE: Animal Control Officer II
EDUCATIONAL INCENTIVE: Some positions may be eligible for educational incentive. This incentive may be 2.5%, 3.5%, or 5% for incumbents in eligible positions based on completion of an Associate's, Bachelor's, or Master's degree that is not required for the classification.
BILINGUAL INCENTIVE: Some positions may be eligible for bilingual incentive depending on the applicable memorandum of agreement and the needs of the department. In order to qualify for this incentive, incumbents in eligible positions must take and pass the applicable bilingual fluency exam with a score of seventy percent (70%) or higher.
DEPARTMENT/AGENCY: Health Care Agency - Animal Services
Animal Control Officer II isrepresented by the Service Employees' International Union (SEIU) andis eligible for overtime compensation.
NOTE: This classification is within a bargaining unit that is subject to an agency shop arrangement which mandates a Regular employee to either join Local 721 of SEIU and pay dues as a member OR either pay a service fee to Local 721 or direct that an amount equivalent to the service fee be distributed to a qualified charitable organization.
The eligible list established from this recruitment may be used to fill current and future Regular (including Temporary and Fixed-term), Intermittent, and Extra Help vacancies in Animal Services. There iscurrently one (1) Regular vacancy for Field Officer II.
OPENING DATE:October 24, 2017
CLOSING DATE:Continuous and may close at any time; therefore, the schedule for the remainder of the process will depend upon when we receive a sufficient number of qualified applications to meet business needs.
Examples Of Duties
Duties may include, but are not limited to the following:
Kennel Officer II
Advise the public on care and handling of animals, animal regulation policies and procedures, local and state requirements regarding licensing and impounding of animals;
Prepares food, feeds, waters, and cares for animals; cleans and disinfects all kennel areas and equipment; visually inspects animals for disease or injury and informs supervisor; assists veterinarian with vaccinations and minor treatment of animals;
Removes animals to be destroyed from cages, prepares and securesanimals for euthanasia; places dead animals that are brought into the shelter into the freezer;
Processes, identifies, and tags animals brought into shelters; selects animals for sale; assists and advises public on adoption and redemption of animals;
Updates records on impounds, quarantines, adoptions, treatments, euthanasia anddisposals using Animal Control Records Management software;
Advises the public on care and handling of animals, animal regulation policies and procedures, local and state requirements regarding licensing and impounding of animals;
Advises the public regarding reclaim, relinquishing and adoption of pets or livestock; collects and secures daily fees and charges and issues receipts as required;
Attempts to locate owners to check for valid rabies vaccination certificates and licenses; issues warnings or citations to owners found to be in violation of leash and/or licensing laws; investigates complaints of animals alleged to be creating a nuisance; may investigate reports of animal bites;
Assembles necessary documents for prosecution of violators; appears in court to give evidence in cases concerning violators of animal regulations as required;
Completes forms for licensing, impounding, quarantining, and releasing of animals; prepares reports on bite cases, daily field activities, and completes incident reports; maintains and cares for equipment; sees that assigned vehicle is in safe operating condition and properly serviced;
Administers injections to euthanize animals; and
Performs other related duties as required.
Field Officer II
Patrols an assigned area in a radio-equipped AnimalServices vehicle for at large, stray, injured, or dead animals; sets up traps to capture nuisance, biting or wild animals;
Obtains essential information from persons involved in animal related incidents; records information on correct report; determines suitability of residence for the quarantine of animals and sets up appropriate signs as necessary; periodically visits residences to check on potentially rabid animals and quarantine conditions; impounds animals if quarantine facility is unacceptable; releases animals from quarantine at end of the specified time period;
Train, qualify on and use Department issued weapons including tranquilizer guns for the capture and/or destruction of animals;
Captures and, as necessary, destroys suspected rabid and/or unrestrained vicious animals; transports captured animals for disposal or rabies investigation;
Takes lead responsibility for capture and transportation of livestock; and
Performs other related duties as required.
These are entrance requirements to the exam process and assure neither continuance in the process nor placement on an eligible list.
EDUCATION, TRAINING, and EXPERIENCE
Some combination of experience (at least one year) equivalent to Animal Control Officer I, and/or educational training (at least 30 semester units or one year of institutional training) which demonstrates the attainment of journey-level knowledge, skills, and abilities.
NECESSARY SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:
Ability to stoop, lift, carry and/or move animals and supplies up to 50 pounds
Animal Control Officer II is required to successfully complete a PC 832 course in Arrest, Search and Seizure and Fire Arms training within the first six (6) months of hire or promotion
Animal Control Officer II is required to successfully complete a Department approved course leading to a certification in Euthanasia by Injection within the first six (6) months of hire or promotion
Animal Control Officer II is required to be proficient with the Department's shelter software program within the first six (6) months of hire or promotion
Must have experience working in a kennel or animal services shelter
Must be willing and able to work rotating shifts, including days, evenings, nights, weekends and holidays
Must be willing and able to work in Simi Valley, Camarillo and various locations throughout Ventura County
Must possess and maintain a valid driver license issued by the State of California
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Thorough knowledge of: physical and behavioral characteristics of common breeds of animals; care, feeding, and safe handling of domestic and stray animals; causes and symptoms of common animal diseases.
Skills to: successfully operate the AnimalServices vehicles; operate various paraphernalia required in the capture of animals and the ability to collect fees and service charges.
Thorough abilities to: perform and coordinate moderately difficult and responsible record keeping with little or no direct supervision; learn, interpret, and apply correct laws, rules and regulations governing the impounding, release, and disposing of animals; analyze problems and exercise rational judgment in formulating solutions; keep informed of the latest developments and methods, techniques, equipment and facilities in animal care and control; speak and write effectively at a level necessary for successful job performance.
Depending on assignment, duties are performed primarily indoors and involve both sedentary and moderate physical activities, or duties are performed primarily outdoors and require moderate to heavy physical activities. Frequent exposure to dangerous and/or diseased animals. Will be required to work rotating shifts, including nights, weekends and holidays. Recruitment Process
FINAL FILING DATE: This is a continuous recruitment and may close at any time; therefore, apply as soon as possible if you are interested in it. Your application must be received by County of Ventura Human Resources in Ventura, California, no later than 5:00 p.m. on the closing date.
To apply on-line, pleaserefer to our web site atwww.ventura.org/hr. If you prefer to fill out a paper application form for a Health Care Agency recruitment, you may contact either of our offices, which are listed below, to obtain and submit application materials.
Assistant Chief Information Officer (Acio) For The Department Of Mental Health (Dmh) And The Department Of Public Health's (Dph) Public Health Facilities
The Executive Office of Health and Human Services (EOHHS) is seeking a strategic, innovative, and experienced leader to oversee the implementation of new information technology systems for the Department of Mental Health (DMH) and the Department of Public Health (DPH) Facility and Community Care divisions. Reporting to the Secretariat Chief Information Officer (SCIO), the Assistant Chief Information Officer (ACIO) will oversee other members of the IT Management Team, lead budget planning and expenditure monitoring activities, provide long-term strategic vision in the overall strategy, planning, implementation, and delivery of IT services.
Applicants must be results-oriented professionals with a passion for developing team members through a cultural shift to new administrative systems and service provision models. He/she must be and seeks to understand agency goals, challenges and opportunities in order to align IT programming accordingly. Modern management, planning, administrative skills and experience, including the ability to work independently with minimal guidance, are a hallmark of this role.
Duties and Responsibilities (these duties are a general summary and not all inclusive):
Ensure operational and strategic initiatives for IT services are aligned with DMH and DPH mission, vision, and strategic plan; Provide leadership for all phases of strategic technology initiatives
Schedule and facilitate the effective gathering of all agency stakeholder needs and provide guidance on the evaluation, selection, and implementation of systems that meet those needs
Provide leadership/guidance in assessing and evaluating information technology and security risks and benefits; Monitor emerging technologies for potential impacts to agency operations and long-term strategy
Support, guide and direct current IT management and staff members; Develop change management strategy through IT transformation
Ensure the development and enforcement of all ADA accessibility standards across all agency applications and programs; Certify accessibility supports are available to department personnel
Manage and allocate budget forecasting for contracts, staff, goods and services
Direct the strategic and tactical goals, policies and procedures of the agencies in collaboration with agency leadership and the Secretariat Chief Information Officer
Recommend specific structure and content of procurement documents including evaluation workbooks related to Health Information System of records
Ensure accreditation standards and expectations are specific to each agency and adhere to policies and procedures to meet or exceed such standards
Communicate and inform stakeholders on technology-related issues and initiatives that enhance IT and Data Governance Infrastructure
Assess situations to determine the importance, urgency and risks, and make clear decisions which are timely and in the best interests of the agencies
Bachelor's or Master's Degree with a major in business administration, business management or a related field and training in computer science;
Ten (10) years' experience with information technology including IT management, development, operations, voice/data communications software, hardware and infrastructure preferably in a large, complex IT project or organization;
Extensive experience with application development, information analysis and reporting, networking and systems integration, architecture and state-of-the art information technology;
Knowledge of System Development Life Cycles including the use of tools for managing project timelines, Rational Unified Process and Medicaid Information Technology Architecture (MITA);
Basic principles of management, including budgeting and cost-allocation;
Ability to supervise staff including performance appraisal, employee coaching, training, development, and performance management;
Demonstrated skills in the identification of business practice improvements and the application of technology to optimize business processes;
Ability to develop and maintain effective working relationships with a variety of stakeholders and communicate complex technical information to non-technical individuals;
Capacity to partner with and influence senior leaders at all levels of the organization through relationship building and executive-level presence;
Proficient usage of Microsoft Office products including Word, Excel, and Outlook
As an employee of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts you are offered a great career opportunity influencing a wide-spectrum of services to the diverse populations we serve - but it's more than a paycheck. The State's total compensation package features an outstanding set of employee benefits which you should consider towards your overall compensation, including:
75% state paid medical insurance premium
Reasonable Dental and Vision Plans
Flexible Spending Account and Dependent Care Assistance programs
Low cost basic and optional life insurance
Retirement Savings: State Employees' Pension and a Deferred Compensation 457(b) plan
11 paid holidays per year and competitive Sick, Vacation and Personal Time
Tuition Remission for employee and spouse at state colleges and universities
Short-Term Disability and Extended Illness program participation options
Incentive-based Wellness Programs
Professional Development and Continuing Education opportunities
Qualified Employer for Public Service Student Loan Forgiveness Program
The Executive Office of Health and Human Services (EOHHS) oversees expenditures of over $22 billion annually, and as the largest Secretariat of the Commonwealth, employs over 20,000 employees and provides direct services to 1 in 4 Massachusetts residents. The mission of EOHHS is to provide effective leadership in the delivery of health and human services that promote health, resilience and independence to improve the quality of life for individuals, families and communities throughout the Commonwealth.
A criminal and tax history background check will be completed on the recommended candidate as required by the regulations set forth by the Executive Office of Health and Human Services prior to the candidate being hired. For more information, please visit http://www.mass.gov/hhs/cori and click on "Information for Job Applicants."
- Education, licensure and certifications will be verified in accordance with the Human Resources Division's Hiring Guidelines
Education and license/certification information provided by the selected candidate(s) is subject to the Massachusetts Public Records Law and may be published on the Commonwealth's website.
For questions, please contact the CYF Office of Human Resources at 1-800-510-4122 and select option #2.
MINIMUM ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS: Applicants must have at least (A) six years of full-time, or equivalent part-time, supervisory or managerial experience in business administration, business management, or public administration and (B) of which at least three years must have been in a managerial capacity.
An Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer. Females, minorities, veterans, and persons with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply.
Paramedic - Field Training Officer
Capital Health Emergency Medical Services:
Five Mobile Intensive Care Units (MICU)
New Jersey's only Mobile Stroke Unit
Mercer County tactical medics for Sheriff's emergency response team
Participates on DECON Team
Oversees Capital Health's emergency preparedness
First Aid coverage at special community and sport events
Mercer County's Mobile Intensive Care Unit – provides preceptors for US special operation combat medics
Progressive Medical Leadership
Our CH EMS offers:
12 hour shifts
Shift differential for evening/nights
Fixed Platoon rotations - This is a fixed shift pattern that uses teams to provide 24/7 coverage.
Annual uniform stipend/allowance
Experience working in urban, suburban and rural settings with a diverse patient population.
Paid continuing education courses/workshops
Responds to dispatched emergency assignments expeditiously.
Assesses patient's current condition through physical and verbal exam via patient or others present. Collects all available pertinent patient information form patient, family and friends, medical records, and medications.
Documents and relays the patient's medications, dosage, and frequency to assure medical reconciliation whenever conditions permit.
Performs infusion, medication administration, intubation and other advanced skills including but not limited to continuous and 12-lead electrocardiogram monitoring, cardiac pacing, needle thoracotomy, central line access, intravenous, and intraosseous access.
Performs a rapid clinical assessment and determines if life threatening criteria is present. Interprets the limited history and physical exam while using caution to identify potential underlying critical issues.
Recognizes changes in patient condition and seeks medical consult or when indicated, implements standing orders, or radio failure protocols. Follows
Identifies need for immediate response based on patient assessment.
Precepts new employees, students, and observers as assigned. Assists with the training, mentorship and evaluation of emergency medical services staff.
Facilitates learning to ensure employees acquire and maintain the knowledge and skills necessary to successful providers. Serves as a mentor, role model and educational resource for fellow employees.
Assists with daily patient care quality management and reports. Helps to assure charting is clinically accurate and meets documentation standards for billing requirements
High school diploma or GED.
Certification of completion from accredited paramedic program.
Two years EMS experience or pre-hospital emergency related experience.
Experience as an educator, mentor or preceptor.
AHA ACLS-Adv Cardiac Life Supp,AHA BLS - Healthcare Provider,AHA PALS,
MICN certification accepted in lieu of MICU certification.
Valid NJ Drivers License
Intermediate computer skills
ICS 100, NIMS 700, and HAZMAT awareness. Speciality courses.
Frequent physical demands include: Standing , Walking , Carry objects , Push/Pull , Twisting , Bending , Keyboard use/repetitive motion , Talk or Hear Occasional physical demands include: Sitting , Climbing (e.g., stairs or ladders) , Reaching forward , Reaching overhead , Squat/kneel/crawl , Wrist position deviation , Pinching/fine motor activities Continuous physical demands include: Lifting Floor to Waist 50 lbs. Lifting Waist Level and Above 50 lbs.
Field Training Officer - EMS (Level 1 Instructor & Bls/Acls Instructor Required) (Continuous Posting)
Grady Health System offers many career paths for experienced professionals. Whether you have many years of experience or are in the early stages on your career, you can find a rewarding career at Grady!
Provides emergency medical care to patients in the pre-hospital environment in accordance with established medical protocols. Ensures assigned emergency vehicles and equipment are in an acceptable state of readiness always. Provides safe and effective care and transportation of patients. Serves as an instructor, mentor, and evaluator of assigned personnel. Collaborates with educational and QA staff with training needs. As a senior level paramedic, is a role model and mentor for other paramedics and EMTs. May serve as an acting supervisor.
High School diploma required
2 years Paramedic experience required
GA Paramedic License required
BLS/ACLS Instructor required, Trauma and Pediatric Course Instructor preferred
GA Level 1 Instructor required, GA Level 2 Instructor preferred
Must possess a valid Georgia Driver's License
EOE-Females/Minorities/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities.
ECD Field Officer Trainee
ARIZONA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION (ADOT)
Driving the future of transportation with a diverse and innovative team
All Arizona state employees operate within the Arizona Management System (AMS), an intentional, results-driven approach for doing the work of state government whereby every employee reflects on performance, reduces waste, and commits to continuous improvement with sustainable progress. Through AMS, every state employee seeks to understand customer needs, identify problems, improve processes, and measure results. State employees are highly engaged, collaborative and embrace a culture of public service.
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Enforcement and Compliance Division
ECD Field Officer Trainee
Tempe Enforcement Office
2500 W. Broadway, Tempe, AZ
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An ECD Recruit functions in a learning role under close supervision and instruction of the law enforcement academy instructors/staff and an Enforcement & Compliance Sergeant. Recruits will be required to successfully complete an AZPOST endorsed law enforcement academy training curriculum to include all academic testing, firearms qualifications, and fitness standards. Upon graduation from the law enforcement academy, shall complete the ECD field training program and perform to meet the standards of a solo capable enforcement officer. Maintain proficiency in the wearing and use of weapons to meet qualification standards. Responsible for learning proper law enforcement practices and procedures; motor vehicle laws, rules and regulations; vehicle inspection techniques and procedures; and to interpret relevant motor vehicle laws, rules and regulations. Successfully complete training to obtain certification to perform CVSA level 1, 2, and 3 inspections.
Under supervision of a field training officer or sergeant, will interpret and communicate the provisions of state and federal motor vehicle codes pertaining to registration, operator licensing, tax credentials, financial responsibility, size/weight and vehicle safety requirements applicable to Port Operations and Field Enforcement. Become familiar with the regulation of domestic and foreign based vehicle traffic entering and exiting the State. Learn processes and procedures for examining documents, issuing permits, calculating, collecting and accounting for appropriate fees and taxes. Become familiar with the investigation of alleged vehicle registration compliance violations. Train and learn to perform VIN inspections, conduct dealer and salvage yard inspections and to take appropriate enforcement related action.
Incumbent may be assigned to any one of numerous work sites statewide. Overtime and overnight travel may be required. Incumbent will be assigned to one of three shifts and may be rotated as necessary. Incumbent will also successfully meet all AZ Post Certification Requirements. A background check, polygraph, psychological test and physical are required.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES
Principles of report writing
Computer usage, to include Microsoft Office, Word, Excel, Outlook, verbal and written communication
Principles of money handling, fee collection, reconciliation of cash drawer
Basic math sufficient to calculate weight compliance, mileage, etc.
Pertinent state and federal motor vehicle laws, rules and regulations
Law enforcement practices and procedures
Interpreting relevant state and federal transportation/motor vehicle laws, rules and regulations
Eliciting factual information and drawing valid conclusions
Establishing and maintaining effective relationships with staff members and the public
Operating permanent or portable scales and other related equipment
Use of firearms
Conducting Level 1 Inspections
Determining VIN certifications
Basic money handling
Obtain AZ Peace Officer Standards and Training Board (AZPOST) Certification, and maintain weapons certification in accordance with AZ POST standards
Successfully pass the Peace Officer Physical Aptitude Test (POPAT)
Bend, stoop, and stretch/reach as necessary to access and inspect vehicle components, and perform related safety checks for periods up to eight hours
Successfully interact with a variety of people
Resolve technical problems under the guidance of a supervisor
Effectively communicate verbally and in writing
Obtain CVSA Level 1 Inspector certification
Successfully obtain/maintain firearms certification
Locate manufacturer's vehicle serial numbers, confidential codes and their location
Be familiar with activity reporting and accounting procedures established for the work system
Learn Intelligent transportation systems (ITS) and related equipment
Knowledge of motor vehicle laws, rules and regulations, computer skills, report writing skills, and basic money handling experience.
The State of Arizona provides an excellent comprehensive benefits package including:
Affordable medical, dental, life, and short-term disability insurance plans
Top-ranked retirement and long-term disability plans
Accrued vacation pay and sick days
10 paid holidays per year
Deferred compensation plan
Please visit http://www.azdot.gov/Inside_ADOT/HR/Employment.asp to learn more about benefits given to ADOT employees.
High School Diploma or GED
Must be age 21 by completion of Academy
This position requires possession of a valid Arizona Class D Driver License. Candidates for this position must complete page 5 of the State of Arizona Application for Employment at the time of interview, which will allow ADOT to obtain the candidate's motor vehicle record (MVR). The most recent 39-month period shown on the MVR will be reviewed in accordance with A.A.C. R2-10-207.12 (H) and (I). The review must show an acceptable driving record prior to any offer of employment being made by ADOT. Employment is contingent upon an acceptable MVR.
All newly hired employees will be subject to the E-Verify Employment Eligibility Verification Program.
ADOT supports a diverse multi-cultural workforce that reflects the community, promotes equal opportunity at all levels of the Agency, and creates an inclusive work environment that enables all individuals to perform to their fullest potential free from discrimination.
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Behavioral Health Tech II - Behavioral Health - Pasco County - Field Based
The Behavioral Health Technician II provides direct client care and assistance in the daily operation of the specific program in order to provide appropriate services specific to the program setting. Interacts, observes, and monitors individual served according to individual treatment plan.
Documents per program standards. Provides a safe and secure environment utilizing behavior management techniques. Takes vital signs as assigned. Performs other duties as assigned.
This position strongly prefers working field based with families and teens with substance abuse disorders, assisting with independent life skills, home work and transporting.
Certifications and LicensuresRequiredCPR (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation)RequiredDriver's LicenseIf applicable
EducationRequiredHigh School or EquivalentPreferredAssociate'sHuman ServicesPreferredAssociate'sRelated Field
Customer ServicePreferred6 months
Specific SkillsRequiredInterpersonal skills
RequiredWork with minimal supervision
RequiredCustomer service skills
RequiredComputer skills appropriate to position
RequiredWritten and verbal communication skills
RequiredWork with a team
RequiredCritical thinking skills
RequiredKnowledge of regulatory standards appropriate to position
Security Officer PT - Roosevelt Field Mall - Garden City, NY
Allied Universal provides unparalleled service, systems and solutions to the people and business of our communities, and is North America's leading security services provider. Allied Universal, North America's leading security services provider, is experiencing tremendous growth. For all full-time positions, we offer medical, dental, vision, flex spending, 401K, an anniversary bonus, and an on-the-spot recognition program. We promote from within our company! You can start with little, to no, security experience and become one of Allied Universal's many success stories.
Apply to join the LARGEST SECURITY COMPANY in the United States!
Roosevelt Field Mall located at:
630 Old Country Road
Garden City, NY11530.
Full time and Part time Openings
Holiday hours available also
Must have High School Diploma/ GED
Must have a driver's license a minimum of 1 year
Will provide free New York State Guard Training upon contingent job offer
Employee referral program
On-site free parking
Starting at $12.00 an hour
Allied Universal Services is currently searching for a Professional Security Officer.
The Professional Security Officer is the heart of Allied Universal Services. Our officers allow us to accomplish our company's core purpose which is "to serve, secure and care for the people and businesses in our communities". The Professional Security Officer is responsible for the safety and security of the facilities they protect. Our security officers act as a visible deterrent to crime and client rule infractions; they detect and report suspicious, unsafe or criminal acts at or near their assigned posts which may be a threat to the property, clients, guests or employees at the site. Although essential activities may differ based on the facility at which they work, below are some of the standards:
Ensure the facility is provided with high quality security services to protect people and property
Report safety concerns, security breaches and unusual circumstances both verbally and in writing
Build, improve and maintain effective relationships with both client employees and guests
Answer questions and assist guests and employees
Answer phones or greet guests / employees in a professional, welcoming manner
Physical and Mental Functions:
Stand or walk constantly (for up to an entire shift) on various surfaces (tile, concrete, carpet)
Climb stairs, ramps, or ladders occasionally during shift
Occasionally bend/twist at waist/knees/neck to perform various duties
Occasionally lift or carry up to 40 pounds
Run as needed
Constant use of both hands and arms in reaching/handling/grasping/fingering while using phone, notepad, writing reports, and other administrative tasks
Constant use of eyes (correctable vision to normal level required) to observe, read, interact with public and co-workers, view security monitors; includes hand/eye coordination
Work in various environments including adverse outdoor conditions such as cold, rain or heat;
Constant mental alertness and attention to detail required while setting priorities and following up on assignments
Qualified applicants for the Professional Security Officer position will meet the minimum requirements, as described below:
High school diploma or equivalent required
At least 18 years of age
Must possess effective written and oral communication and interpersonal skills with ability to deal with all levels of personnel and the general public in a professional and effective manner; must be able to use initiative and independent judgment within established guidelines
Must be able to frequently prepare written reports and logs in neat, legible handwriting; may require computer skills
Must be able to read and understand all operating procedures and instructions
Must be able to obtain a valid Guard License as required in the state for which you are applying
As a condition of employment, employee must successfully complete a background investigation and a post-offer/pre-employment drug/alcohol test
As a condition of continued employment, employee must maintain current active status of all required License at all times, and must carry the license at all times while on duty
Must display exceptional customer service and communication skills
Remain flexible to ever changing environments; adapt well to different situations
Intermediate computer skills to utilize innovative, wireless technology at client specific sites
Ability to maintain satisfactory attendance and punctuality standard;
Neat and professional appearance
Ability to provide quality customer service
Ability to handle both common and crisis situations at the client site, calmly and efficiently
Read, understand and clearly speak English; constantly use speech and hearing (correctable to normal level required) in communicating with public/co-workers, giving and receiving instructions, using phones
Must be able to handle pressure of working with high volume general public (constantly to occasionally depending on assignment)
Allied Universal provides unparalleled service, systems and solutions to the people and business of our communities, and is North America's leading security services provider. With over 140,000 employees, Allied Universal delivers high-quality, tailored solutions, which allows clients to focus on their core business. For more information: 866.825.5433 or www.AUS.com.
We proudly support the Veteran Jobs Mission, a group of over 200 companies that have committed to collectively hiring a total of one million military veterans.
EOE/Minorities/Females/Vet/Disability Allied Universal Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to hiring a diverse workforce.
- SAJ Requisition ID2018-182190
Security Field Training Officer - The Linq
Train new hires in Security Officer duties: such as, tower patrol with Tour Trax system, evac chair training, company policies and procedures, outside patrol, casino duties, report writing, incident investigations, emergency procedures, (fire, bomb, medical, etc.), customer service, handcuffing, first aid, hazard communication, biohazard, safety risks to include people and property liability issues.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
Conducts in-service training as new developments in the Security industry and technology advancements occur.
Monitors and evaluates the development of probationary employees through the use of observation, and questionnaires so as at the end of the probation period to critique their training experience.
Consults with department Supervisors on the development of new hires through weekly consultation with shift Supervision.
Will be evaluated for their ability to further promote the standard level of training for established officers within the department.
Designs and establishes the criteria needed to maintain the efficiency level of all officers in accordance with the property security criteria.
Prepares reports that correctly and adequately record events and incidents where company responsibility and/or liability are at risk.
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this classification. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel so classified.
- Caesars Entertainment reserves the right to make changes to the job description whenever necessary.
As a part of Caesars Entertainment�s employment process, finalist candidates will be required to complete a drug test and background check prior to an offer being extended. Caesars Entertainment Inc. is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, national origin, gender, age, religion, disability, sexual orientation, veteran status, or marital status.
Must have knowledge on all aspects of the security functions on this property, i.e. Tour Trax Wands tower runs, report writing, digital camera operation, money drops from the Pit, and validator, chip fills, use of force, handcuffing, lost and found, Automatic External Defibrillator, (AED), and First aid trained, evac chair, fire control equipment use and locations, bomb threat and search procedures, blood borne pathogen and meth lab recognition.
Must have computer skills necessary to utilize databases and computer programs affiliated with above-mentioned security tasks.
Proficient in following tools or equipment: Personal computer, Tour Trax wands, digital camera, two-way radios, Automatic External Defibrillator (AED), expandable baton, first aid trained, and fire control equipment to include monthly maintenance inspection and service.
Must be 21 years of age or older.
High school graduate or equivalent is required
Two years experience in a position with direct guest contact required
Prefer individual with two years police, military police, or casino security experience
Ability to manage several tasks at once
Must possess good oral and written communication skills along with a good working knowledge of basic computer programs
Must be able to obtain and possess a Nevada Gaming Card, an Alcohol Awareness Card (AES), First Aid & CPR certifications, and have a current and valid Nevada Driver�s License.
Must be able to work any day of the week and any shift
Must present a well groomed appearance.
Must be able to get along with co-workers and work as a team
PHYSICAL, MENTAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL DEMANDS:
Must be able to work and stand inside and outside, sometimes in heat in excess of 115 degrees, or cold as low as 10 degrees.
Must be able to physically restrain individuals when a condition of arrest exists.
Must be able to respond calmly in crisis and stressful situations, and be able to make rational decisions when handling guest and employee issues.
Must be able to work independently.
Must be able to stoop, bend, jump, twist, crouch, grip, carry heavy loads and maneuver quickly on level surfaces, as well as, up and down stairs.
Must be able to lift and carry up to 60 pounds. Must be able to push or pull up to 150 pounds.
Must be able to see and, also, remember the specific details of incidents and persons. Must be able to give court testimony when necessary and write detailed reports.
The Security Officer must be able to read, write, speak and understand English.
Must be able to tolerate areas containing second hand smoke, high noise levels, bright lights and dust.
Must pass the physical and written testing of the Western Division Security Academy (Controlled Force, Defensive Tactics, Legal Issues, Handcuffing, Tactical Communications, Use of Force, Report Writing, Searching Subjects, Emergency Response, Ethics, and Expandable Baton) within the first ninety days of employment.
Must re-certify, between years 2 and 3, through the Western Division Security Academy, and must pass all physical, mental and environmental demands as required.
Idaho Office Of Emergency Management (Ioem) Area Field Officer – Emergency Management
inghro.idaho.gov/default.htmNon-Classified OpeningIdaho Office of Emergency Management (IOEM) Area Field Officer – Emergency ManagementNon-Classified ClassificationDivision of Military
Open for Recruitment: April 6, 2018 - April 19, 2018
Announcement # NONCLS071172
Salary Range: See Below -Plus Competitive Benefits!
SPECIAL NOTIFICATION: This position is exempt from classified state service and the rules of the Division of Human Resources and the Idaho Personnel Commission.
Open to all applicants.
This position does not require membership
in the Idaho National Guard.
Military Division, Idaho Office of Emergency Management (IOEM), Pocatello, ID.
- $34.70 to $45.11 hourly
- $28.95 to $37.63 hourly (Trainee Grade)
This position is assigned to the Idaho Office of Emergency Management (IOEM), functioning within the State of Idaho – Military Division. The primary purpose of this position is to provide management and oversight of the IOEM regions, and to ensure that the State of Idaho has full disaster and emergency operational capability. This position reports directly to the IOEM Deputy Chief from geographically separated independent regional offices.
How to Apply:
Application forms and announcements are available at the Human Resources Office (HRO), 4794 General Manning Avenue, Building 442, Gowen Field, Boise, Idaho, 83705-8112 and Internet address: http://inghro.idaho.gov/Jobs.htm and http://inghro.idaho.gov/hr/forms/forms.htm.
Submit application packets to the above listed street address no later than 4:30 p.m. of the announcement closing date. Applications will not be accepted via e-mail except from deployed Service members, DOD Civilians, and DOD Contractors serving overseas in support of contingency operations. Deployed applicants are responsible for contacting the HRO State Personnel Branch to confirm receipt of the e-mailed application.
Your packet must include an Employment Application (SPB-1) with attached sheet(s) of paper that provide individual responses to each of the Mandatory Requirements and Knowledge, Skills and Abilities listed under Qualification Requirements of this announcement. Applicants can additionally submit a resume and/or other supplemental documentation to support qualifications.
The State of Idaho provides Veteran's Preference in employment. If you request Veterans' Preference you must submit a completed War Era Veterans' Preference Form (SPB-1a) and provide supporting documentation demonstrating eligibility.
Failure to provide a complete packet may prevent you from being considered for this position.
The Military Division monitors recruitment and selection programs in order to assure equal employment opportunity. We appreciate your cooperation by voluntarily furnishing us with an Equal Employment Opportunity Worksheet, (SPB-1b).
You must submit information with your application demonstrating you meet the requirements of the position. For a listing of the requirements, please see announcement 18-24-N at http://inghro.idaho.gov/Jobs.htm.
Thank you for your interest in employment with the
State of Idaho, Military Division.
Hiring is done without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age or disability. In addition, preference may be given to veterans who qualify under state and federal laws and regulations. If you need special accommodations to satisfy testing requirements, please contact the Division of Human Resources.
Asset Protection Officer - Field Locations
Monitors foot and vehicle traffic and any other activity to ensure the protection of company assets. Identifies potential risk and actual exposure to merchandise loss and safety concerns through the operation of proprietary systems and equipment. Responds to incidents and accidents as part of trained emergency responders program. Prepares incident reports and reports on information contrary to the best interest of the company.
Monitors traffic (foot and vehicle) into and out of company property to ensure effective protection of company assets. Monitors activity in secured areas that are on company property, making sure all security procedures are being followed. Monitors operation of facility equipment and devices to ensure effective protection of company assets.
Identifies potential and actual exposure to merchandise loss to minimize company's profit loss and effectively protect company assets. Identifies security and safety risks that may indirectly or directly affect the well-being of employees. Observes, reports and acts on any information regarding potential and actual loss of company assets.
Effectively operates asset protection systems and vehicles to protect company assets.
Effectively operates physical security and other life safety/fire systems to protect against and mitigate risk and other losses against the company
Performs as a first responder to facility incidents, when appropriate/necessary. Responds to emergency situations that may require first aid attention and/or operation of AED device.
Demonstrates a basic working knowledge and understanding of assigned facility and transportation operations to help achieve asset protection goals and objectives. Develops a comprehensive knowledge of Company, assigned facility, and Asset Protection policies/procedures.
Conducts inventory, safety and security audits within assigned facility and reports audit discrepancies.
Prepares comprehensive, timely, and detailed incident reports on all inquiries regarding potential and/or actual profit loss, physical security, and safety matters.
Reports any information, which appears to be contrary to the best interest of The Company, assigned facility, and Asset Protection even though such information may not be directly related to asset protection matters.
At the direction of the Asset Protection Manager, may assist in investigations on all issues identified as causing potential and actual company profit loss or policy/procedure violation. Ensures confidential information is handled with the highest level of integrity and ethical compliance.
Establishes and maintains communication avenues to ensure that established asset protection goals and objectives are being met.
Maintains an awareness of developments in the security industry that relate to role responsibilities/functions, and integrates them into own practices. Maintains a professional image at all times consistent to standards of assigned facility.
High School Diploma / GED and at least 1 year of experience in a security/asset protection, customer service, AND/OR operations role.
Experience in identifying operational issues and recommending / implementing strategies to resolve problems.
Experience building and maintaining relationships within a team.
Experience using time management skills such as prioritizing/organizing and tracking details and meeting deadlines of multiple projects with varying completion dates.
Willing to be trained in First Aid and AED operation
Basic level skill in Microsoft Word (for example: opening a document, cutting, pasting and aligning text, selecting font type and size, changing margins and column width, sorting, inserting bullets, pictures and dates, using find and replace, undo, spell check, track changes, review pane and/or print functions).
Basic level skill in Microsoft Excel (for example: opening a workbook, inserting a row, selecting font style and size, formatting cells as currency, using copy, paste and save functions, aligning text, selecting cells, renaming a worksheet, inserting a column, selecting a chart style, inserting a worksheet, setting margins, selecting page orientation, using spell check and/or printing worksheets).
Experience with security systems (for example: CCTV, visitor management, life & fire safety)
Experience handling confidential information.
Intermediate level skill in Microsoft Word (for example: inserting headers, page breaks, page numbers and tables and/or adjusting table columns).
Intermediate level skill in Microsoft Excel (for example: using SUM function, setting borders, setting column width, inserting charts, using text wrap, sorting, setting headers and footers and/or print scaling).
Experience using SharePoint.
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