Responsible for day to day leadership and direction of the facilities operations staff for the regional hospital and assigned off site locations. Collaborates with local leadership to support hospital level initiatives and facility related issues. Responsibilities include maintenance of buildings and grounds, utilities, and environmental safety compliance and initiatives. Assists system facilities leadership in the strategic planning process, enforcement of construction project compliance, and facilities initiatives and accreditation processes as they pertain to the facilities and physical plant. Assures facility compliance with all applicable federal, state, and local statutes and conforms with Spectrum Health safety programs.
Oversee Day to Day Facilities Operations. Support staff growth and compliance with governing bodies, Fire Marshall, Joint Commission and CMS.
Supports departmental policies and procedures, annual operational plans, goals and objectives that reflect and support the mission, vision, values, and strategic goals of the facility operations department and organization.
Attends and participates in all assigned local and system committees. Attends daily regional DCI huddles. Provides up to date information as it pertains to scheduled outages, safety issues, and initiatives that affect other departments.
Assumes accountability for high quality services delivered by the facilities operations department, continually assessing and improving the care and services provided by utilizing established performance improvement principles and metrics as set by the system facility operations department. Works closely with facilities administration and local hospital leadership to ensure work orders and safety issues and communication are addressed in a timely manner.
Maintains appropriate staffing levels based on system facility operations benchmark FTE metrics. Holds staff accountable for work quality and productivity standards based on facility established metrics. Ensures staff are meeting required training requirements.
Works closely with system facility operations to ensure all work performed by outside contractors meets established facilities specifications and quality standards. Ensures system facility protocols are followed for utility system shuts downs, Infection Control risk assessments (IRCA) and Interim Life Safety Measures (ISLM).
Represents system facility operations when working with Authorities Having Jurisdiction (AHJ) such as State of Michigan Public Health, Bureau of Fire Safety, The Joint Commission, CMS, and local agencies. Follows up with facility operations and local leadership for all outstanding issues and citations. Follows system facility operations protocol for maintaining facility compliance.
Participates in Environment of Care safety program effectiveness, performance, and regulatory compliance by developing measures and targets; identifying benchmarks; coordinating and analyzing data collected; and ensuring sustained performance improvement.
Required Bachelor's Degree or equivalent experience in a related field
5 years of relevant experience Minimum 3 years facility operations experience, Knowledge NFPA codes. Hospital facility operations preferred. Required
Primary LocationSITE - Greenville Hospital - 615 S Bower - Greenville
Department NameFacility Operations - Greenville
Employment TypeFull time
ShiftDay (United States of America)
Weekly Scheduled Hours40
Hours of Work7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Days WorkedMonday to Friday
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