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Security Guard I
Ref No.: 17-01732
Location: New York, New York
Client: MEM Ambulatory Care (ONLY)
Location: New York,NY
Duration: 1+ Months

Job Description:
The Security Guard is responsible for protecting the life and property of MSKCC patients, visitors and staff in a courteous and caring manner.
As part of this team, you will monitor building entrances, interior floors, and outside perimeters of MSK buildings. Conduct investigations of certain incidents and prepare written reports. You will be required to respond to emergency incidents and render necessary assistance.Required:* High School or GED * Valid New York State Security Guard License * Physical ability to react/respond quickly to emergencies, including life threatening situations, disorderly conduct, aggressive behaviors, crowd control, etc… * Ability to work in inclement weather conditions. * Standing, walking and/or continuously moving around * Visual ability to monitor instruments and computers, distinguish characters (letters, numbers, etc); recognize colors, observe physical characteristics, etc. * Knowledge of emergency preparedness concepts * Knowledge of basic security concepts and procedures * Knowledge and practice good ethical behavior * Basic computer skills. * Excellent communication skills * Excellent telephone skills * Flexibility to work other shifts as needed *

1. Will the NE work remotely? :

2. If so, will the NE work onsite or attend meetings at an MSK facility?:

3. Will the NE work with animals?:

4. Will NE work at an MSK facility where patient care is provided? :

5. Will the NE have contact with human blood/body fluids?:

6. Does the NE need access to Cadence/EPIC?:

7. Does the NE need access to CareVision/CIS?:

8. Does the NE need access to Centricity (Pharmacy)?:

9. Does the NE need access to Electronic Medical Records (EMR)?:

10. Does the NE need access to LAB – Lab Computer System (LCS)?:

11. Does the NE need access to Picture Archiving and Comm.(Centricity)? :

12. Does the NE need access to SMS - Shared Medical System (Mainframe)?:

13. Does the NE need access to RIS – Radiology Information Systems: