$100K — $150K *
Responsible for scheduling, staffing, monitoring, and evaluating the effectiveness of the technical work activities in Facility Services. Assist in development and monitoring capital and operating budgets for the department. Develop and implement department-wide quality and performance improvement programs. Handles human resource concerns, maintains good peer relationships, and assures a quality product is delivered.
Provides leadership and coordinates the resources of the assigned area to achieve quality, customer satisfaction, and specified financial goals. Develop and implement policies, procedures, and methods to ensure departmental compliance with current NFPA, Joint Commission, CMS, and OSHA Standards. Coordination with construction functions that affect Facility Services, review interim life safety measures during construction.
*Oversight / coordination responsibility for construction and maintenance activities at CNM PHS facilities.
*Assist in the preparation of the annual department operating budget then monitor, analyze, and report on the performance of the budget during the budget year.
*Assist in the preparation of the annual department Facilities Capital budget, then help control, analyze, and report on the performance of the capital budget.
*Manages department Standard Operating Policy & Procedure Manuals.
*Manages electrical and/or mechanical systems as staff engineer for construction and installation oversight, system troubleshooting, testing, and maintenance.
*Communicates routinely with nursing personnel, department directors, employees, Service Center staff, and other key personnel who affect or receive service within area of responsibility.
*Ensures enforcement of PHS Facility Services policies and procedures. Evaluates employee performance including corrective action when necessary.
*Performs daily inspections and surveys to learn of and meet customer expectations.
*Handling and packaging of Universal Waste; florescent bulbs, batteries, mercury containing equipment
*Proper labeling of Universal Waste containers including accumulation start date
*Knowledge of Universal Waste accidental release procedures
*Understanding of infrequent disposal of hazardous waste; flammables, toxics, oxidizers, corrosives
*Handling and packaging of Used Oil/Used Hydraulic Fluids for proper disposal
*Proper labeling of Used Oil containers including accumulation start date
*Knowledge of Used Oil/Used Hydraulic Fluid accidental release procedures and collection/clean up.
Bachelors degree required. Electrical or Mechanical Engineering Degree Preferred.
5 years of progressive management responsibilities required. Preference will be given to those with experience in Healthcare facilities. Experience in developing and writing project specifications. Experience in developing and implementing technical education programs, classes and testing. Excellent writing & communication skills required
Valid through: 3/4/2021