Facilities Supervisor (Medxcel Facilities)

The Supervisor, Facilities will provide general and day-to-day direction to management and hourly staff within the Facilities Management Department.
He or she will also provide overall planning and assists in setting the strategic direction to achieve operational and financial goals for all safety, utility and building systems.
This position will maintains physical plants at peak efficiency and minimum cost by performing such duties as preventive and corrective maintenance scheduling, energy management and regulatory compliance.
Requirements ResponsibilitiesFacilities Operations Support - 80%o Develops strategic and operational policies and plans and executes strategic plans.
o Develops and oversee staffing, training, scheduling, budgeting in the Facilities Management department.
o Establishes a safe work environment for employees by performing safety audits and inspections, conducting safety-related training, and maintaining on-going communications with employees.
o Manages building operations and maintenance, plans and operations, equipment inventories, utility operations, energy management, and grounds maintenance.
o Oversees major infrastructure repair and renovations projects by identifying and managing vendors/contractors, including bid process, contract compliance, and vendor/contractor performance.
o Acts as the liaison for all remodeling, renovation and construction projects as it relates to product standards, design standards, scheduling shut-downs and system interruptions.
o Maintains external relations related to Facilities Management including government relations, local, State and Federal regulatory agencies, The Joint Commission (TJC), Department of Environmental Health (DHE), insurance carriers, and others as needed.
o Manages staffing, performance evaluation and training activities, and assists with capacity planning for staff and contract labor.
o Ensures that facilities are maintained, secured, renovated and constructed according to departmental/organizational policies, procedures, plans and initiatives.
o Assists with the development of and compliance with departmental budgets, including capital, operating and construction budgets.
o Ensures continued compliance with all Federal, State and local regulations and JCAHO standards.
o Works directly with vendors and Purchasing to request proposals for repairs, maintenance and capital improvements.
Continuous Improvement - 10%o Serve as change agent throughout the organizationo Identify opportunities for process improvement Leadership - 10%o Lead and guide lead(s) to obtain optimal performance and operational excellenceJob Requirementso High school diploma or GED required.
Bachelor's degree in Business Administration, Engineering or related field preferred.
o Minimum of three (3) years' experience in a large, multi-campus healthcare system preferred o Minimum of Six (6) years hospital experienceo Minimum of (3) year's supervisory experience preferred.
o Certified Healthcare Facilities Manager (CHFM) certification or other national certification related to facilities management preferredo Experience and knowledge of Joint Commission, NFPA, state and federal regulations requiredKnowledgeo Must have general understanding of plant operations systemso Must have working knowledge of hazardous materials standards.
o Problem solving-the individual identifies and resolves problems in a timely manner and gathers and analyses information skilfully.
o Quality management-the individual looks for ways to improve and promote quality and demonstrates accuracy and thoroughness.
o Planning/organizing-the individual prioritizes and plans work activities, uses time efficiently and develops realistic action plans.
o Ability to Adapt - the individual will need to adapt quickly to changes in scope or direction and be flexible to adopting changes quickly o Excellent communication and interpersonal skills with ability to communicate across all levels of the organization, including technology, tools, and processes.
o Experience with MS Office Suite, Visio, and web technologies a plus

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