The Salvation Army

Residence Worker/ Security

Job Locations US-NY-Brooklyn
Job ID
2019-6468
Category
Security
Compensation Min
USD $15.00/Hr.
Compensation Max
USD $15.30/Hr.
Type
Regular Full-Time

Overview

The Residential Worker is the primary connection between the operations staff and the client. They must provide professional, protective service within the guidelines and principles as set forth in:  The Salvation Army Mission Statement, Employee Handbook, Security Manual and New York State Security Guard Law.

Responsibilities

  • Meet regularly with clinical team and provide input towards client service planning
  • Regard yourself as part of a team dedicated to the protection of people and property.
  • Perform Daily Room and bed inspections
  • Assist in the packing and logging of belongings for AWOL residents
  • Perform nightly bed counts with house manager
  • Must be aware of and committed to The Salvation Army philosophy.
  • Must be compliant and familiar with the New York State Security Guard Act of 1992.
  • Follow all employment written policies, procedures, and security post orders.
  • Follow supervisory instructions.
  • Abide by chain of command protocol.
  • Complete all logs, incident reports, and official documents timely and as required.
  • Must be properly groomed and in uniform as prescribed by Security Department guidelines.
  • Be available to work different work schedules as needed to include emergency coverage.
  • Be available to work at any and all The Salvation Army Facilities as needed and directed.
  • Attended all training classes when scheduled.
  • Must protect confidentiality of clients/residents and all work-related information obtained in daily operations.
  • Must obtain Fireguard, First Aid, and CPR certification and become proficient in all emergency evacuation.

Qualifications

  • Must have at least one-year security experience.
  • Valid New York State security license.
  • High School Diploma or equivalent.
  • Strong communication and writing skills.

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