Director of Facilities Management
To be part of our organization, every employee should understand and share in the YNHHS Vision, support our Mission, and live our Values. These values—integrity, patient-centered, respect, accountability, and compassion—must guide what we do, as individuals and professionals, every day.
Coordinates and establishes the Facilities Management Division policies and procedures for the operation and preservation of all properties and equipment constituting the Greenwich Hospital and its' allied foundations, organizations, and facilities. Responsible for maintaining the hospital's environment of care, for all patients and staff in first class condition. Must understand that this organization is set up to consistently deliver service excellence.
- 1. Plans, establishes and coordinates the Facilities Management Division policies and procedures;
- 1.1 Directs the preparation and maintenance of the hospital master plan, checking on sufficiency of structures and utilities.
- 2. Responsible for maintaining continued professional and personal growth.
- 2.1 Attends seminars, conferences and lectures as appropriate.
- 3. Contributes to productivity and efficient operation of the department.
- 3.1 Prepares the annual operating and capital departmental budgets
- 4. Responsible for maintenance of departmental records in accordance to established standards.
- 4.1 Completes and or reviews employee records and reports such as time sheets, minutes of departmental and supervisors meetings. etc.
- 5. Responsible for promoting the Greenwich Hospital Patient/Guest Relations Program.
- 5.1 Actively supports/participates in the Patient/Guest Relations Program.
B.E. or B.S. in Engineering or equivalent related degree. CHFM Certification highly desirable.
Minimum of five- (5) year's progressive facilities management experience in a healthcare setting. Direct supervision of Plant Maintenance, Plant Operations and contracted services desirable. Some project management experience a plus.
ASHE - Certified Healthcare Facilities Management (CHFM) and Certified Healthcare Contractor (CHC) preferred.
Project Management skills, Leadership Skills
Limited exposure to areas of high noise and temperature extremes. Some activity in constructions and renovation areas. Close work around machinery. Ability to climb ladders unassisted. Occasional exposure to hazardous materials (asbestos, fuel oils, refrigerants, lube oils, solvents, cleaners paints, etc.). Close paper work, VDT used, color vision, conversation, hearing required, telephone, background noise as well as monitoring equipment tonality. *Denotes essential job function under ADA. Office type setting with occasional walking, climbing and bending. Close computer work; blue print reading, technical writing ability. Excellent written and oral communications skills.
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