CSU Security Officer
The security officer will assist in providing a safe and secure environment by utilizing behavior management skills with the adult SMI population.
- Hourly rounds to monitor CSU campus and environment within the facility.
- Use appropriate behavioral management techniques when interacting with consumers.
- Assist staff with safety checks every 15 minutes or as needed and document in log.
- Supervise visitation and enforce policies regarding visitation.
- Notify the program manager or other senior staff of any referrals, elopements, acts of aggression or any other problem situation outside the scope of authority of security officer.
- Follow, persuade and keep track of any clients attempting to elope ensuring notification of appropriate Lifecore staff, administration and law enforcement.
- Physical restraint should only be used in instances of escalation where a client becomes a threat to themselves or others using the least amount of force and restraint necessary.
- Write nontechnical reports documenting client behavior as needed.
- Direct and participate in recreational and social activities with clients in accordance with written programs and habilitation plans.
- Assist in the upkeep of the facility through limited cleaning and maintenance tasks.
- Report promptly for assigned shift and work beyond assigned shift hours including weekends and holidays as needed.
- Stay awake and alert at all times.
- Administer basic life saving techniques when/if necessary.
- Treat individuals receiving services, family members, staff, volunteers, visitors, government agencies, and the public with respect, dignity, and courtesy at all times. Conduct yourself in a manner which leaves a favorable impression with the public.
- Adhere to all Department of Mental Health Standards, Division of Medicaid Standards, and maintain respect for all other LIFECORE Health Group’s policies, procedures, and management decisions.
- Respect and uphold the confidentiality of individuals receiving services, their family members, colleagues, and any sensitive situations arising within the agency.
- Participate in all training required for your specific position and by the agency at large.
- Perform other specific duties as assigned by your supervisor and/or director.
- High school diploma or GED equivalent
- Valid Mississippi driver’s license
- CPR certification
- Completing assigned training (Relias, on-line security certifications, and all levels of Mandt certifications)
- Previous security/law enforcement experience preferred.
- PTO for personal needs and sick leave
- Military leave
- Health Savings Account
- Health Insurance
- Life Insurance
- PERS Retirement
- Ten Paid Holidays
- Voluntary Supplemental Policies