Provides a safe and secure working environment for all visitors, patients, staff and general public
Responds to calls for service appropriately and in a timely fashion
Performs proactive foot patrols, spot checks and/or surveillance
Escorts personnel to and from parking lots or between buildings as requested
Assists with emergency evacuations
Investigates routine incidents
Locks and unlocks entrances and doors at scheduled times
Lets in and greets new patients for admission and contacts nursing and admissions staff
Actively looks for safety hazards and takes appropriate corrective action
Signs for all packages received on behalf of both Hospital and patients
Updates Bellwood's procurement system of all shipping and delivery information (what shipments were shipped out or received, from where, date and time items were
Verifies packages against POs that are issued, verifies quantity of packages and where they are to go
Ensures proper labels with correct postage for shipments and note any special delivery instructions
Arranges for any special packing materials (i.e. bubble wrap, packing tape, boxes, etc.) for items being shipped as needed
Maintains Hospital's inventory and unpacks incoming objects and places them in the proper secure locations throughout the Hospital
Schedules and monitors third-party services exchanges (i.e. UPS, Fed Ex, Purolator, etc.)
If items arrive damaged or order is not complete, investigates what went wrong, arranges for replacement of damaged goods and arranges for completion of missing
Performs at all times in a manner consistent with safe working practices and the Occupational Health & Safety Act
Performs all other duties as assigned
Post secondary education with specialization in protective services/related areas
Must provide documentation of a clean Criminal Record and Valid Ontario Security License
Ability to deal tactfully and effectively with the public, staff and patients.
Excellent customer service skills and able to work with people who are under stress or in need of assistance.
Motivated team player with a positive service-oriented approach
Strong interpersonal and communication skills with a demonstrated sensitivity toward clients experiencing mental health challenges.
Ability to respond to emergencies as they arise while remaining calm and in control of the situation.
Ability to work with minimal supervision, problem-solve and exercise good judgment in varied situations.
Exercise initiative and good judgment with ability to multi-task in a fast paced, challenging environment, often with competing priorities.
Able to lift up to 50lbs when required
Proficient in the use of various computer programs (i.e. MS Office) and able to adapt and learn new programs
Qualified candidates should submit resumes to Human Resources Department, at