Facilities Engineering Manager - AdventHealth Winter Garden - FT at AdventHealth

Date Posted: 10/21/2020

Job Snapshot

  • Job Schedule
    Full-Time
  • Date Posted:
    10/21/2020
  • Job ID:
    20020675
  • Job Family
    Facilities
  • Travel
    No
  • Shift
    1 - Day

Job Description


Description

YOU ARE REQUIRED TO SUBMIT A RESUME WITH YOUR APPLICATION!

 

Facilities Manager - AdventHealth Winter Garden - FT

 
Location Address: 2000 Fowler Grove Boulevard

Top Reasons to work at Winter Garden AdventHealth 

  • AdventHealth Winter Garden is a state-of-the-art emergency facility featuring board-certified physicians trained in the care of both adults and children
  • The 97,415-square-foot, three-story facility opened in February 2016 across from Winter Garden Village at Fowler Groves
  • It is AdventHealth’s ninth campus in Central Florida. Outpatient imaging, lab, and surgical services, as well as primary care and specialty physician offices, are all available at one convenient location
 
Work Hours/Shift:
  • Full Time - Monday – Friday – 8a – 5p
 

You Will Be Responsible For:  

Manages and directs daily activities of the hospital maintenance department. Prioritizes, coordinates, and assigns work through verbal instructions/directions, hospital work requests, and, as requested from upper management, follows the daily work via meetings with supervisors to ensure proper installation, repairs, and equipment operations exist. Monitors routine and preventative maintenance activities to ensure utilities, environmental systems and other building systems operate properly and efficiently.

PRINCIPLE DUTIES AND JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:

Ensures, leads and facilitates departmental and organization-wide compliance with all life safety codes, infection control, environment of care, DNV, legal and all regulatory and accrediting agency requirements. Applies the principles of continuous quality improvement to measure, monitor and assess effectiveness and potential adverse effects of delivery of service to optimize improvement in services and/or prevent patient injury

Demonstrates 24-hour responsibility and accountability for operations, quality of services, and all aspects of safety and maintenance programs within the institution            

Ensures provision of quality services by maintaining appropriate resources, staffing levels, competency of staff, maintenance/ and performance of equipment, instrumentation calibration, physical space, and training and education of staff       

Demonstrates responsibility and accountability for all aspects of safety and maintenance programs of the institution. Ensures safe, well-maintained environment of care assuring the safety and well-being of patients, family, physicians, staff, and visitors throughout organization

Manages and monitors all aspects of maintenance (preventive, corrective and scheduled) and construction projects to ensure quality standards are met

Demonstrates current knowledge and competency in regulatory compliance and ensures active organizational wide ongoing educational programs for self and staff

Performs other duties as assigned 

Qualifications

What you will need:

 

KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS REQUIRED:

Knowledge of ordering parts and supplies related to building maintenance and repairs

Ability to prioritize assignments

Working knowledge of regulatory requirements from DNV, AHCA, OSHA, NFPA and other health care related agencies

Must have demonstrated competence with all building automation systems, DDC Controls, Fire Alarm, Fire Suppression, Boilers, Chillers, Air Handlers, HVAC/R

Experience working on pumps, chillers, air handlers, heating and steam boilers, basic plumbing repairs

Read and interpret blue prints

Must be able to read, write and speak conversational English

Basic computer skills and knowledge of Microsoft Office

KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS PREFERRED:

Customer Relations
Interpersonal Skills

Knowledge of state and federal hazardous and biological waste regulations

Familiarity with building codes, NFPA, AHCA, The Joint Commission and or DNV standards

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIRED:

•           High School Diploma or GED

•           Four years of experience in health care engineering

 

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE PREFERRED:

•           Bachelor’s Degree

•     4 years of management experience in a healthcare environment

 

LICENSURE, CERTIFICATION OR REGISTRATION REQUIRED:

Valid State Driver’s License

LICENSURE, CERTIFICATION OR REGISTRATION PREFERRED:

CHEPP (Certified Healthcare Emergency Power Professional)

CHFM (Certified Healthcare Facility Management)

Stationary Power Engineer License very desirable (Steam low & high pressure)

Universal Refrigeration EPA License

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES

Direct supervision of all maintenance staff employees

Establish a positive relationship with the leadership & management of the hospital departments and partner with them to resolve problems affecting the patient and staff experience. They are your customers

Be vigilant in the pursuit of energy savings technologies and building automation schedules and make recommendations to the Director of Facilities on implementation thereof

Be accessible to your staff and to the management teams of the hospital 24/7

Manage the dashboard of scheduled inspections and ensure we are always inspection ready.  Do not let lapses occur

Represent the hospital at construction, engineering and blue print meetings and ensure the hospital’s best interest in patient care, costs control, and ability to properly maintain the facilities is not overlooked

During inspections for Life Safety by OSHA, AHCA, DNV, CMS or Joint Commission; lead the inspection process and be the subject matter expert for the logs and records that document the facility maintenance process

LIVING OUR SERVICE STANDARDS

How we treat those we serve and each other is what sets us apart from other healthcare organizations. We want everyone who walks through our doors to feel loved, cared for, and at ease.  Whether you are clinical or non-clinical, your actions and behaviors can create an environment that either builds trust or causes anxiety and fear. We have made it easy for you to ensure that you are always building trust and providing excellent care by exhibiting our Service Standards. 

All team members will be held accountable for consistently living out our 16 Service Standards and the additional behaviors listed below to ensure that every person, every time has an exceptional experience.

KEEP ME SAFE
I make safety my number one priority.
I protect privacy and confidentiality.
I keep my environment clean.

I follow the dress code and wear my badge correctly.

LOVE ME

I treat others with uncommon compassion.

I nurture whole-person care through CREATION Health.

I treat others with fairness and respect.

I listen and communicate using iCARE. (Introduce, Connect, Anticipate, Reinforce, Extend)

MAKE IT EASY
I help guests to their destination.

I speak highly of others to provide connected care.

I collaborate to create solutions, not excuses.

I innovate and continually seek ways to improve our work.

OWN IT

I am positive and aim to exceed all expectations.

I follow through on commitments.
I use discretion with personal devices.

I recover service and restore trust using ACT. (Acknowledge/Apologize, Correct, Thank)

Team members must conform to all AdventHealth organizational and departmental policies and procedures including but not limited to:

•     Mission

•     Vision
•     Values

•     Code of Conduct as outlined in the “Guidelines for Employees” handbook

Establishes and maintains a history of regular attendance; makes appropriate use of PDO and observes department call-in procedures for absence; establishes and maintains punctual work habits. Exhibits timely arrival and departure and dependable time habits including meal and other breaks.

Attends and participates in mandatory facility-wide and department training/meetings as required (including but not limited to:  ALN, safety training, etc.). Is able to demonstrate and apply knowledge of fire, safety, security, and disaster procedure regulations as presented in orientation, outlined in the safety manual, and as pertains to each work area.

Required to respond to emergency situations (i.e. disasters, hurricanes, etc.) by reporting to department and staying until the crisis is over or your position is covered by incoming personnel. This is a mandatory requirement. Refusal to respond may result in termination.

Contributes to the successful achievement of department-stated goals and objectives and will facilitate staff cohesiveness and communication.

 
REQUIRED COMPETENCIES

Conducts themselves in a calm and collected manner at all times

Demonstrates patient/customer focused, compassionate behavior

Takes responsibility for decisions, actions and results, and delivers on commitments

Cooperates and collaborates with team members and others

Complies with the corporate Institutional Policies, Procedures, and Guidelines

Demonstrates compliance with all federal, state and local laws; rules and government

Demonstrates effective communication skills with all team members, patients/customers and families

 


This facility is an equal opportunity employer and complies with federal, state and local anti-discrimination laws, regulations and ordinances.

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