Facilities Management Director
The Facilities Management Director is responsible for ensuring that the company Rehabilitation Hospital, satellite clinic(s) and all related building systems and equipment are installed and maintained in accordance Joint Commission standards and applicable local, state, and federal regulatory requirements. In addition, this position coordinates and conducts the Environment of Care/Safety meetings and may serve as Safety Officer ensuring compliance with all regulatory agency requirements. The Director coordinates and oversees preventive and corrective maintenance programs per the standards in the industry and equipment manufacturers' recommendations. The Facilities Management Director creates an environment and culture that enables the hospital to fulfill its mission by providing patient safety and patient-centered treatment.
RESPONSIBILITIES AND TASKS
Oversees lead Maintenance and Environmental Services staff.
Coordinates routine and non-routine activities.
Performs responsibilities including, but not limited to, safety, environmental services, waste management, electrical and mechanical equipment services, biomedical, medical waste, infection control, energy management, loss prevention, telecommunications, grounds keeping, transportation, environmental protection, security, and preventative maintenance.
Effectively utilizes computerized maintenance management software (CMMS) program.
Reviews, evaluates, and monitors the hospital's maintenance expenses.
Reviews historical data and equipment life cycles to anticipate future expenditures.
Takes action to reverse negative trends.
Utilizes Hospital IQ and hospital utility bills to analyze facilities management energy usage.
Participates in planning and execution of capital construction projects and equipment purchases.
Develops a hospital plan encompassing preventative maintenance schedules, repairs and upkeep of interior finish standards, and end-of-life cycle replacement strategies for building equipment and systems.
Mitigates expenditures with national, regional, corporate contacts and local contractors.
Maintains documentation of required accreditation and compliance related activities.
Emphasizes Environment of Care, Life Safety, and Emergency Management standards through documentation.
Coordinates environmental rounds with hospital departments.
Takes appropriate steps to address identified issues.
Organizes, plans, and manages time effectively to complete assignments.
Meets position requirements and performs essential functions.
Completes mandatory training and courses required by completion date.
Proactively monitors and reviews safety programs to identify trends.
Ensures controls to limit safety risks.
Interprets blueprints, works from sketches or verbal instructions.
Possesses explicit knowledge of building-specific Life Safety Code requirements.
Oversees construction activities
Maintains Code compliance
Administers the Statement of Condition reporting function.
License or Certification:
- Membership in State or National Healthcare Engineering Association preferred.
- CHFM Preferred.
- Valid Driver's License.
- Bachelor's degree and/or 5-7 years of hospital maintenance and/or construction experience in a healthcare setting required.
- Minimum of 5 years supervisory experience with 5 years current experience in facility equipment and systems operation (chiller, steam boilers, hydraulic systems, building controls, electrical, and air handlers) in a health care institution.
- Candidates must have a broad knowledge of TJC, OSHA, EPA, NFPA and other government, state and local regulatory agencies standards.
- Leadership skills to lead a diverse workforce with varying abilities and skills.