- Entry level
- No Education
- Salary to negotiate
- UNITED KINGDOM, GB
Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust employs over 16,000 staff on 5 major sites, plus many staff based in the community.
The Security Department are looking for suitable persons with experience in a similar environment to join it. The service provides security cover at all STH hospital sites and the post holder will be required to work from any of the 5 hospitals. The security department has a mixture of full time and part time security officers and control room operatives who provide varying functions to protect patients, staff and visitors in addition to assisting in the physical security of equipment, premises and property at the Trust.
It is essential that the candidate has worked in a similar public environment, is able to communicate effectively with patients, members of the public, visitors and staff in a professional manner and able to deal with difficult and sometimes violent situations, many of which will involve patients. Each day will be different, on occasions difficult and busy. You will need to be physically fit to patrol the sites and undertake the duties.
The large proportion of incidents involve the protection of patients and staff from injury from themselves and others where medical factors are involved, e.g reaction to medication, mental health issues, dementia etc and as such the assailant must be protected, treated and respected as a patient, very often acting without premeditation. Although security qualifications, including health and safety are not essential they are desirable.
The Security Department’s management makes a commitment to Lead, Inspire, Engage, Develop our staff in line with Trust PROUD values. We wish to continue raising the services profile and professionalism.
If you have the necessary experience and skills, then your application would be welcomed.
For further details / informal visits contact:
Jon Goodison, Security Manager welcomes informal enquiries, tel no (0114) 271 4066.
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