FACILITIES AND PLANT OPERATIONS
DIRECTOR OF FACILITIES AND PLANT OPERATIONS
Manage the planning and administration of the construction and delivery of hospital space in relation to organizational efficiency and availability of facilities and funds. Provide project management for new construction and remodel requests to include contract preparation, on-site coordination, quality control, signage, requisite planning and procurement, and related facility functions. Ensure adherence to Hospitals and departmental policies and procedures. Non-patient care assignment.
INSPECT - Inspect buildings and office areas to evaluate suitability for occupancy considering such factors as air circulation, lighting, location, and size
DESIGN - Participate in planning and formulating design alternatives and solutions for construction projects; provide conceptual estimates, feasibility studies, and cost estimates; may coordinate production of basic design plans and construction documents
DESIGN - Review and interpret proposed designs, architectural drawings, and building specifications for appropriateness to required fruition and/or institutional standard; initiate revisions where appropriate
DESIGN - Coordinate design review with department managers including the plan of construction, equipment and furniture specifications
SPECIFICATIONS - Develop detailed specifications for smaller construction projects as necessary and assist in developing specifications for major construction projects
CONSTRUCTION - Oversee all aspects of the day-to-day management of construction projects; monitor and coordinate work performed by architectural, engineering, and construction firms
COMPLIANCE - Ensure project operations complies with design specifications and University, state, and federal policies and regulations
CONSTRUCTION - Provide construction administration or construction oversight, monitoring site safety procedures and quality of work, resolving and reporting any issues immediately
PURCHASING - Prepare purchase requisitions for proper authorization and approve contractor invoices for payment within the approved budget
SIGNAGE - Prepare appropriate signage for remodeled areas to ensure continuity with the existing system
REPORTS - Research and prepare various reports pertaining to operations, equipment, policies, procedures, and/or other issues as appropriate
ARCHITECTURE - Serve as a consultant on architectural matters, including code regulations, special needs accessibility and fire safety considerations
BUDGET - Develop and administer the capital budget as it relates to Capital Projects related to projects assigned projects.
DEVELOPMENT - Enhance professional growth and development through participation in educational programs, reading current literature, attending in-services, meetings and workshops.
Integrity:� Our words and actions match our values
To Serve:� We put the needs of others before our own
Excellence:� We strive to exceed expectations and/or standards in every activity, every encounter, and every initiative
Safety/Quality:� We provide evidence based care, programs, services, and an environment that achieves the best outcomes
Teamwork:� We enjoy the ability and power to work collaboratively to deliver exceptional service
- Must be punctual and attend when scheduled for work.
- Must be able to communicate clearly through written and verbal communication.
- 3 years directly related experience
Education: Bachelor's Degree in related discipline
Work Experience: 3 years directly related experience
Preferred Educational/Experience Requirements: Master's Degree in related discipline/ 5 years directly related experience
- No Supervisory Duties
- Must pass a pre-employment criminal background check, reference checks and a post offer drug screen.
- Must be employment eligible as verified by the U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services Office of Inspector General (OIG) and the Government Services Administration (GSA).
- Tuberculin Skin Test required annually
- Hospital required vaccinations
- Hospital required competencies
- Typical office and/or patient care, acute care hospital environment.
- Must be able to travel locally between facilities and within the surrounding community.
- Occasional exposure to minimal physical risk