Haywood Regional Medical Center
Organizes and directs facilities engineeringactivities through preventive and corrective maintenance of all buildingstructures, electrical, mechanical and emergency services by using properprofessional management skills to effectively and efficiently use labor andmaterials. Maintains a UtilityManagement Program as required by JCAHO for hospital equipment.
Maintains contact with directors, administrators,supervisors, architects, engineers, and
other staff personnel to facilitate the timelyaccomplishment of all projects and
Performs duties, as necessary, as a member of theHospital Infection Control
Committee, Hospital Safety Committee, HospitalDisaster Committee, Member of
Utility System, Environment of Care Committee and theFire Prevention Management Program Committee.
Formulates and manages, and is responsible for theHospital utility budget
Reads, understands and interprets blueprints,drawings, floor plans and schedules as
they relate to electrical, mechanical, plumbing, HVACequipment, building structures and finishes.
Education: Graduate of an accredited school with a four (4) yearBachelor's degree in engineering or related field. A professional engineering license preferred.
Experience: A minimum of eight (8) years experience in maintenance management and plant operations of a health care facility or similar facilities required.
This experience must have included management of groups of trades and crafts persons, contract and budget administration.
Experienced and proficient with a wide range of personal computer hardware and
software, including desktop publishing, and spreadsheets.
Successfully performed high level decision-making in operational management
Proven verbal and written communication skills and success in dealing with high-level
Proven knowledge of broad based management methods and implementation
Proven ability in providing leadership, counsel, motivation and commitment to the
department’s and organization’s goals. Skilled in responding and developing plan
of actions quickly when urgent needs arise.
Proven ability in developing and maintaining relationships with higher
management, peers and subordinates and skilled in resolving conflicts and
gaining cooperation with others.
Proven experience in planning, organizing, administering, coordinating,
reviewing, evaluating and personally participating effectively in the management
Skilled in developing and directing the implementation of goals,
objectives, policies, procedures, management systems, work standards and
Skilled in effectively and professionally representing the department in a positive
manner. Skilled in working in and creating a team atmosphere.
Must have knowledge of various codes, procedures, etc., that apply to hospitals
such as NFPA 99, JCAHO, etc.
Must be able to demonstrate experience and skills in motivation of employees for
peak performance and creative thinking regarding departmental operations
Driver’s License valid in the State of North Carolina may be required based on departmental needs or at a minimum a valid State Driver’s License will be required.
Equal opportunity and affirmative action employers and are looking for diversity in candidates for employment: Minority/Female/Disabled/Protected Veteran