Manages and supervises all activities required in operation GVMC Police Dept. including: 1)ensures the safety of personnel and the protection of properties, 2)manages Police/Security functions and personnel, 3)develops, manages and implements technology and training improvements, 4)plans, develops and manages budget, manages investigations of theft, accidents and personnel issues, 5)plans and manages process improvement to maintain professional competence and cost effective services, and 6)maintains communications with local police, other law enforcement agencies and local fire departments. As the Assistant Safety Officer for Grandview/Southview Medical Centers, there is responsibility for planning, organizing and leading, with the cooperation of other departments, and effective safety program which also increases employee awareness and interest in safety. The Major/Manager also has oversight over the Huber Emergency Department, Preble Emergency Department, Soin-Beavercreek Medical Center, and the Greene Memorial Hospital, with all the above responsibilities. Directs all activities of The Dayton Art Institute Security/police department, and the Forest View Nursing Center under contract with KHN.
. Responsible for directing and supervising the activities of 60 sworn Peace officers of the uniformed division, services, and criminal investigations units.
Bachelor’s Degree required-Ohio Police Training Academy Certificate, law enforcement expertise, crisis intervention and evaluation experience, five years of experience in work directly involved in providing for the safety of others, protection of property and/or law enforcement, and three years experience in supervision preferred, or any combination of training and education experience.
Experience: Five -seven years of progressive management responsibility in a health care setting
Licensure, certifications, Registrations:
Membership in appropriate professional organizations is considered a necessary element of this position. Participation in community organizations enhancing the effectiveness of the medical center is encouraged.