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Our OhioHealth family of associates is a collaborative group that discovers and succeeds together. Our culture is defined by our mission and OhioHealth values of excellence, compassion, integrity and stewardship.

What is it like to work at OhioHealth?
WE have an unwavering commitment to put our patients at the center of everything we do, providing quality care and an exceptional patient experience. Through our many feedback channels, our associates tell us they are proud to work for OhioHealth, enjoy the people they work with, and feel valued as a part of our OhioHealth family.

Join us!
… if your passion is to work in a caring environment
… if you believe that learning is a life-long process
… if you strive for excellence and want to be among the best in the healthcare industry

OhioHealth has been a FORTUNE 100 Best Company to work for since 2007. Being a Best Company is about our culture and how we engage one another. This recognition is one measure of our success in achieving a part of our vision – to be an organization “where people want to work.” Apply now and work together with us to improve the health of those we serve.

Position Summary

SUMMARY and PURPOSE OF POSITION

This position shall oversee the system-wide management of firearms across care sites. The incumbent will ensure proper security, issuance, return, and storage of weapons to enable Protective Service Officers to safely do their best work. The Armorer shall be the leader in firearms safety for the enterprise, which will include developing firearms management protocols for inventory control, maintenance, and safety. S/he will be responsible for providing direction and support to all associates who carry firearms as part of their role.

MAJOR DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES & ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

  • Assist with develop training/programs with Director of Training
  • Designs protocols and is accountable for proper issuing, receiving, and storage of firearms, ammunition, and related material
  • Designs protocols and is accountable for the inventory of record for firearms, ammunition, and related material
  • Designs protocols and is accountable for firearms safety
  • Manages and implements firearms maintenance schedules
  • Identifies and oversees opportunities for associates to train with firearms
  • Oversees all waste management policies related to firearms, ammunition, and related material
  • Develop and oversee an audit process and incident reporting following firearm incidents
Minimum Qualifications

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

  • Three – Five (3-5) years of relevant military/law enforcement/security leadership experience
  • OPOTA Certification (active commission)
  • Demonstrated familiarity with firearms management including use, storage, maintenance, and repair
  • Ability to effectively make professional presentations in front of team members and leadership
  • Basic computer skills including using Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint
  • Must be able to meet physical requirements of the position
  • Ability to manage and develop training programs in a decentralized/matrix setting
  • Instructor in the Ohio Law Enforcement Firearms Requalification Pistol Program
  • Smith & Wesson Academy Armorers School Program for M&P Pistols (Certificate obtained within 90 days of hire)

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

  • Graduate of a recognized agency Gun Smith/Armorer or Range Master school for law enforcement such as National Rifle Association, military service school, federal service school, etc.
  • Certification in firearms maintenance and repair
  • Three or more years of experience in workplace firearms safety protocol implementation
  • Three or more years of supervisory experience
Additional Job Information
Brief position overview:

This individual will be responsible for all policies and procedures related to all firearms management including assignment, sign-out, maintenance, and repair and testing of firearms as well as all ammunition. He/she will ensure each location has a certified armorer that is accountable for the local deployment of established policies and protocols. In addition, this individual will establish a comprehensive approach to training of all Officers related to the use of firearms including ensuring all certifications are kept up to date.

Essential Responsibilities include:

  • Assist with develop training/programs with Director of Training
  • Designs protocols and is accountable for proper issuing, receiving, and storage of firearms, ammunition, and related material
  • Designs protocols and is accountable for the inventory of record for firearms, ammunition, and related material
  • Designs protocols and is accountable for firearms safety
  • Manages and implements firearms maintenance schedules
  • Identifies and oversees opportunities for associates to train with firearms
  • Oversees all waste management policies related to firearms, ammunition, and related material
  • Develop and oversee an audit process and incident reporting following firearm incidents

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

  • Three – Five (3-5) years of relevant military/law enforcement/security leadership experience
  • OPOTA Certification (active commission)
  • Demonstrated familiarity with firearms management including use, storage, maintenance, and repair
  • Ability to effectively make professional presentations in front of team members and leadership
  • Basic computer skills including using Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint
  • Must be able to meet physical requirements of the position
  • Ability to manage and develop training programs in a decentralized/matrix setting
  • Instructor in the Ohio Law Enforcement Firearms Requalification Pistol Program
  • Smith & Wesson Academy Armorers School Program for M&P Pistols (Certification obtained within 90 days of hire)

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

  • Graduate of a recognized agency Gun Smith/Armorer or Range Master school for law enforcement such as National Rifle Association, military service school, federal service school, etc.
  • Certification in firearms maintenance and repair
  • Three or more years of experience in workplace firearms safety protocol implementation
  • Three or more years of supervisory experience
Scheduled Hours Per Week

40

Shift

day

Equal Employment Opportunity

OhioHealth is an equal opportunity employer and fully supports and maintains
compliance with all state, federal, and local regulations. OhioHealth does not discriminate
against associates or applicants because of race, color, genetic information, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age,
ancestry, national origin, veteran status, military status, pregnancy, disability, marital status, familial status, or other
characteristics protected by law. Equal employment opportunity is extended to all persons in all
aspects of the associate-employer relationship including recruitment, hiring, training, promotion,
transfer, compensation, discipline, reduction in staff, termination, assignment of benefits, and any
other term or condition of employment.

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