CHRISTUS Corp Irving Offices 919 and 909 Buildings
Responsible for planning, implementing, administering,
supervising, and assuming responsibility for security operations
within multiple CHRISTUS Health facilities. Responsible for
developing, managing and leading a team of security managers and
supervisors in accordance with CHRISTUS Health Security Department
policies and procedures. Reports to the VP of Security CHRISTUS
Leads, manages, and supervises assigned Armed Security Managers
and Armed Security Supervisors of multiple CHRISTUS Health Security
Reports to VP of Security on a weekly basis.
Prepares work schedule and schedules time off in accordance with
departmental and hospital policy; assures appropriate work
Reviews time sheets for accuracy and turns in to payroll on a
timely basis. Verifies time sheets, justifies overtime, and
approves time sheets.
Conducts employee performance appraisals in accordance with
CHRISTUS Health policies and procedures in a timely manner ensuring
Counsels employees and recommends disciplinary action if need
Tracks employee performance in areas of
patrol/enforcement/report writing, customer service functions, and
directs improvement as needed.
Ensures compliance with all CHRISTUS Health Security policies
Prepares, implements, and adheres to the department budget.
Works with VP of Security to accurately complete the CHRISTUS
Health Security Budget within specified time frame for capital
equipment, staffing, supplies and other expenses.
Performs follow-up investigations on all incidents pertaining to
Conducts follow up investigations on variance reports concerning
losses, accidents, injuries, and requests by Quality Assurance,
Risk Management, Administration, and Human Resources.
Conducts security related audits and inspections as directed by
CHRISTUS Health Security.
Makes recommendations to VP of Security in the area of security,
loss prevention, and equipment.
Ensures completion of all security related audits, drills,
Environment of Care and Joint Commission related requirements.
Performs miscellaneous duties and participates in various
committees as directed by the VP of Security.
Strong sense of protecting and serving CHRISTUS Health
associates and patients.
Strong sense of customer service and building partnerships.
Strong sense of developing and executing programs that address
the specific and often unique security needs of assigned
Strong investigative ability focused on solving challenges,
developing lessons learned and sharing those lessons learned with
the entire CHRISTUS Health Security department.
Must be a self-starter with a strong command of details.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Bachelor degree in Criminal Justice/Law Enforcement/Security
Management or related field.
Must be a Level 3 Security Officer (Texas and New Mexico) prior
to hire or appointment.
Must be a Licensed Security Officer (Louisiana) prior to hire or
Five years of supervisory experience in law enforcement and/or
security with management experience in a healthcare setting.
Must have a thorough knowledge of applicable state laws.
Must have participated in Emergency Operations Center (EOC)
activities for an actual large scale emergency or large scale
Must have demonstrated the ability to handle multiple tasks
Must possess professional certification of CHPA/CPP.
Successful completion of all pre-employment and post offer
assessments to include the Minnesota Multiphasic Personality
Inventory -2 (MMPI-2-RF-PCIR); the California Psychological
Inventory (CPI); the Police and Public Safety Selection Report
(PPSSR); the Personal Experience Inventory (PEI) and a clinical
interview by a third personal psychologist.
Must have/maintain valid driver's license.
Required to take random drug test screening.