Facilities Director

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Hospital

Small Acute Care Community Hospital

Responsibilities for this position are to manage the day to day operations of the multi-trade Facilities department to ensure the efficient operation and maintenance of hospital equipment.  The direct management of all related mechanics, power plant watch engineers, electricians, painters, HVAC personnel, both in-house and contracted, or vendor based who perform maintenance and repairs. Coordinate all internally generated work orders with all trades insuring assignment to the appropriate trade area within eight hours of receipt. • Assure that all work orders are completed in a timely manner (24 hours for routine orders and 30 days for those needing material or replacement equipment). Communicate both written and verbally to clients all coordination information to minimize confusion and business interruption. Monitor and maintain fire alarm and sprinkler system through use of in-house facilities personnel, alarm service companies, sprinkler companies; coordinate workflow for vendors and government codes and regulations. Responsible for financial management of the following cost centers: Maintenance, Utilities, and Grounds. Using historical and present day data, with the development of capital and operational budgets. Monitor all vendor purchases to ensure positive price variance.  Examine and introduce areas of potential budget savings that will not affect quality or response time for the Hospital. Maintain SDS master books per Facilities SDS policy requirements.  Direct facilities emergency snow removal effort.

Qualifications A minimum of ten years’ experience as a Facilities Director is preferred. Healthcare/Hospital Facilities experience is required. The Director of Facilities must be a mechanically inclined individual with strong leadership skills, who is familiar with the mechanics of running a health care facility and the implications of maintaining reliable mechanical systems in support of quality patient care.

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