Monitors and ensures compliance with annual expense and revenue budget.
Develops and monitors staff model to ensure efficient and sufficient use of staff.
Ensures efficiency, quality, accuracy, performance and end customer satisfaction of work order completion.
Oversee and directs facilities personnel and outside contractors engaged in equipment or systems installation, repair, preventative maintenance, painting, plumbing, electrical, structural and HVAC.
Monitors and inspects buildings and physical plant to ensure safe operations.
Manages construction projects, including: coordinating all contractors for design and build out, budget management, project management and code compliance.
Recommends expenditures on physical plant maintenance and replacement.
Monitors energy costs and implements strategies to enhance efficiencies.
Keeps all mechanical, electrical, and structural blueprints up to date.
Maintains all required regulatory standards documentation up to date.
Prepares reports as requested.
Maintains a qualified staff.
Conducts or attends all necessary meetings.
Leads the organization’s Environment of Care and Life Safety efforts to ensure full compliance with all regulatory standards.
Serves as the organization’s Safety Officer.
Monitors and facilitates customer satisfaction with facilities performance.
Monitors and facilitates compliance with all regulatory standards, including TJC, Shiawassee County Health Department, fire codes, CMS and State of Michigan.
Facilitates department quality and develops/performs departmental performance improvement plan
Continuously evaluates work process and design. Understands role in ensuring quality/performance improvement, productivity, and service delivery.
Monitors patient and employee safety. Implements action plans to mitigate identified risks.
Assists in developing departmental policies/procedures and operating instructions
Implements all required staff competency programs.
Monitors and manages supply inventories
Ensures safety by coordinating training of all facilities employees on key safety issues, i.e.: mold, life safety standards, etc...
Implements process ensuring reporting of all adverse events contributing to actual or potential patient or employee harm.
Provides education to other departments and to the public, when requested, in the form of in-services, lectures, or classes.
Demonstrates job related aspects of patent safety to assure a safe environment, safe and effective use of equipment and technology, and decreased risk of potential adverse patient occurrences.
Must be able to demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary to provide care
Directs the facilities team including planning, coordination, operations and regulatory compliance. Reports directly to the Corporate Director of Operations. Oversees budget development and monitoring, departmental capital spending, staff development and management, work order completion, preventative maintenance, strategic initiatives, construction projects, HVAC/infrastructure, life safety and regulatory compliance.
Responsible To: Corporate Director of Operations
Workers Supervised: All facilities staff
Inter-Relationships: Facilities staff, all hospital staff,
physicians, vendors, contractors patients and their families.Internal and external customers.
PRIMARY JOB RESPONSIBILITIES
appropriate to the age of patients served. Must demonstrate knowledge of the
principles of growth and development over the life span and possess the ability to assess data reflective of the patient's status and interpret the appropriate information needed to identify each patient's requirements relative to his/her age-specific needs, and to provide the care needed as described in the unit's and division's policies and procedures.
Demonstrates knowledge of and supports hospital mission, vision, value statements, standards, policies and procedures, operating instructions, confidentiality statements, corporate compliance plan, customer service standards, and the code of ethical behavior.
Other duties as assigned.
ESSENTIAL TECHNICAL ABILITIES
Proficiency using modern office, computer and telephone equipmentas used by Memorial Healthcare.
Working knowledge of HVAC, electrical and plumbing operation.
Able to read blue prints and manage construction projects.
ESENTIAL MENTAL ABILITIES
Ability to adapt and maintain focus in fast paced, quickly changing or stressful situations
Ability to read and interpret a variety of documents including, but not limited to policies, operating instructions, white papers, regulations, recipes, rules and laws.
Knowledge of facilities operations including; budgeting, procurement, inventory management, HVAC planning, staff management, PM techniques
ESSENTIAL SENSORY REQUIREMENTS
Able to see for the purpose of reading information received in formats including but not limited to paper, computer, reports, bulletins, updates, manuals.
Able to see and hear for work-related purposes.
Ability to communicate receptively and expressively in English (in writing and verbally) with patients, families, and staff. Ability to access patient records.
Tactile/proprioceptive skills sufficient for effective use of food preparation equipment.
Ability to physically transport self around organization to access mechanical rooms, boiler room, etc.
DEPARTMENTAL AND ADDITIONAL JOB RESPONSIBILITIES
Represent Memorial at select community events when requested.
Represent the facilities department at Memorial events, as appropriate.
Ability to interact with co-workers, hospital staff, administration, patients, physicians, the public and all internal and external customers in a professional and effective, courteous and tactful manner, at all times, physically, verbally and in all written and electronic communication.
Required to remain calm when adversity is encountered.
Open, honest, and tactful communication skills.
Ability to work as a team member in all activities.
Positive, cooperative and motivated attitude.
Possesses the education; experience; technical/motor skills; physical, mental, and sensory abilities necessary to perform specific job related aspects of patient safety
Must be able to demonstrate safe and effective operation of equipment and application of treatment procedures to ensure patient safety.
EDUCATION: Bachelor’s degree preferred. Commanding knowledge of HVAC, construction, Environment of Care and Life Safety is mandatory.
EXPERIENCE: 5 years of hospital facilities service or related plant operations service operations. Experience must include food preparation, supply procurement, food distribution and patient/customer service.