Trinity Health Public Safety Constable in Wilmington, Delaware
Employment Type:Full timeShift:
Saint Francis Hospital is seeking an experienced Full-time Public Safety Constable to join our team!
The Public Safety Constable is the front line of the Public Safety Team. The Constable works in an armed capacity to ensure the safety and security of all staff, patients, and visitors, as well as all property owned or operated by Saint Francis Hospital. The Public Safety Constable reports to the Public Safety Supervisor on duty. This position is responsible for providing the highest quality service that aligns with the core values of Saint Francis and Trinity Health. During times of staff shortage or exigent situations, overtime may be requested. As a member of the Public Safety Team, the Public Safety Constable is required to understand and perform the functions of a Public Safety Officer.
Highschool diploma or GED required.
Valid motor vehicle license required with satisfactory driving record. Must be able to obtain Emergency Vehicle Operator (EVO) license within one year of employment.
Must maintain weapon certifications in accordance with Delaware State Police Professional Licensing Section and departmental standards.
CPR and AED certification required within 6 months of employment.
Prior law enforcement experience preferred. Must be able to meet the requirements of Constable (State of Delaware) in accordance with Title 10, Chapter 27 of the Delaware Code within 18 months of hire.
Must have two years experience in the field of law enforcement, security and/or public service (Fire/EMS), or equivalent combination of education and experience. Previous hospital experience preferred.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills with demonstrated abilities in crisis management, including willingness and ability to perform alone or as a team member in the management of aggressive or violent behavior.
Possess the ability to deal tactfully with colleagues, patients and visitors.
Must obtain IAHSS Advanced Training Certificate or higher within 6 months of employment. Must maintain an Advanced Training Certificate, at a minimum, for the duration of employment.
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