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Security Ambassador - Full Time - Mount Sinai Hospital - $26.27/ Hr

Paladin Security - 127 Jobs
Toronto, ON
$26.27 / hour
Entry Level
Posted 10 days ago
Position: Security Ambassador
Site: Mount Sinai Hospital
City: 600 University Avenue, Toronto
Status: Full-Time
Hours: Continental Rotation - 0700-1900/1900-0700
Pay Rate: $26.27
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Job Description: Working on assigned shifts, you will work 12-hour shifts providing support to the Emergency department clinical team with regards to proactive identification of the potential for violence within the ED department. The Ambassador will serve as a resource within the department specifically tasked with identifying early signs of agitation and intervening prior to escalation in an effort to reduce the likelihood of violence within the department.
Duties & Responsibilities:
• Continually monitors and actively patrols the emergency department waiting areas and pro-actively engages patients (awaiting treatment), visitors and staff in order to develop a positive safety culture
and creates opportunities to enhance the user experience by making connections with those in the area and, where possible, alleviating some of the stresses and anxiety through respectful interpersonal
• Uses supportive verbal techniques and engages staff resources in order to identify appropriate
strategies aimed at the de-escalation of potentially violent behavior.
• Develops relationships and maintains liaison with clinical and operational stakeholder groups (i.e.
Triage, Admitting, Nursing, Social Work, Mental Health, Security and volunteers) to ensure effective
communication and consultation in the development of appropriate support and/or intervention
• Acts as a principal contact for security services within the emergency department and liaises with
emergency responders including law enforcement and Emergency Services when managing individuals
who may pose a risk of violence.
• Makes observations relating to obvious visual changes to the apparent health of those awaiting
services (i.e. loss of consciousness, dizziness, obvious labored or difficult breathing,
unresponsiveness, etc.) in the area and immediately identifies any concerns to clinical staff.
• Conducts and documents an hourly census of the number of persons in the waiting areas.
• Maintains basic data concerning the number of client contacts made during each shift.
• Establishes knowledge of the support options and resources available (i.e. warm blankets, food & drink,
transit passes, community support resources such as shelters, etc.) and liaises with staff in order to
ensure their applications are appropriate and not contrary to clinical needs (i.e. not all triaged patients
should take food or water prior to being seen by a physician).
• Develops relationships with regular patients and visitors and through consultation with stakeholders
develops customized "Approach Plans" that identify strategies for safely and effectively managing
individual patients and visitors who are known to present a potential risk of violence.
• In order to establish and maintain a positive rapport with regular patients and visitors, the Client
• Ambassador is not intended to get directly involved in physical interventions unless required to do so in
order to preserve the safety of themselves or another person. Whenever possible, the Client
Ambassador will engage site security and/or the site Code White team in order to manage physically
aggressive or threatening behavior.
• Participates in multi-disciplinary stakeholder/team briefings/de-briefings and provides input into
patient behavior management planning as required.
• Reports observed and suspected security concerns to site security and/or law enforcement as
appropriate, but does not directly engage in security related interventions unless necessary to provide
for the safety of another person.
• Provides way-finding and general information assistance as necessary.
• Acts as a Security Supervisor within the ED and will direct and supervisor guarding activity within the
ED department to promote
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About Paladin Security

Paladin Security was established in 1976 as a provider of basic security guard services. Over its 40 years of operation, Paladin has grown into the largest privately-owned, full service security in Canada. With 26 offices from coast to coast, Paladin integrates trained security professionals with state-of-the-art technology and specialty services.

The Paladin Difference lies in our depth of knowledge. It's evident in our stringent personnel selection process and our industry- leading training programs. We don't just hire employees, we hire ambitious, service-oriented people who understand the augment of our culture, and have a desire to be the best.

By investing in our people, processes and equipment, we have developed the most responsive customer service programs in the industry. We are proudly one of Canada's Best Managed Companies, Gold Standard, and we hold ourselves to the highest standard of constant and never-ending improvement.

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