Meridian Healthcare Group
Perth Amboy, NJ, United States
Executive, Manager, Facilities, Healthcare
Feb 19, 2020
Jun 03, 2020
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The Director, Facilities will plan, organize, direct and evaluate all activities and staff in providing Plant Operations and Maintenance within budget and in accordance with Federal, State and JCAHO standards and in accordance with overall Hospital policy and procedures for Raritan Bay Medical Center (RBMC) of Hackensack Meridian Health (HMH).
A day in the life of a Director, Facilities at Hackensack Meridian Health includes:
Oversees the activities of the Plant Operations/Maintenance in both RBMC campus Divisions
Required to respond to facility emergencies during off hours.
Recommends and implements policies and procedures to improve the Medical Center's physical plant, customer service and equipment
Consults, cooperates and adheres with inspection/regulatory agencies (local building, etc.) assuring conformance with all applicable regulations, standards
Develops organizational plans to carry out activities of services within JCAHO and State Department of Health standards. Communicates clearly with all Departments requesting services. Keeps them informed on the status of their request
Recommends policy and procedure changes in conjunction with short- and long-range plans, problems, systems, and goals including planning for new facilities, utilities management
Develops justifiable annual or other periodic budgets taking into account historical data and projected needs within prescribed time frame. Monitors expenses, modifies operational expenditures where appropriate and presents clearly documented variance reports as necessary. Manages department expenses (salary and non-salary) in accordance with the approved annual budgets
Submits variance justifications and other statistical reports as requested
Ensures that all operating areas and personnel are in keeping with regulatory agency requirements and RBMC policies and procedures including, but not limited to: New employee orientation; Equipment and Compliance; Accident/Incident Report; OSHA Regulations; and Annual Safety/Emergency Preparedness Training. 10. Lead and direct employees. Provide feedback and training to staff. Works with staff to resolve issues that may arise. Ensures the effective and efficient utilization of human resources
Participate in Union contract renewal negotiations
Provides for continuing education and development of subordinate staff through formal or informal training, in-service and other programs with documentation of plans, results and mutual feedback
Develop and continually ensures that a planned, systematic and on-going process for monitoring, evaluating and improving departmental operations and systems and services is addressed through appropriate documentation and communication
Submits monthly TQM report for Safety Committee and Administrative Quality Management Committee review
Meets regulatory compliance of the JCAHO and SDOH for Plant Operations/Maintenance as evidenced by no major citations
Informs employees at all levels, of matters affecting their work at regularly scheduled meetings
Initiates personnel actions such as salary, promotions, transfers, discipline, terminations, etc. according to Hospital and Department policy
Delegates assignments to professional staff members and supervises their work as needed to ensure quality results
Other duties and/or projects as assigned.
Adheres to HMH Organizational competencies and standards of behavior.
Bachelor's degree in a related field and/or equivalent experience is required
Minimum of 8 or more years of experience in healthcare/facility maintenance operations in a progressively responsible leadership role
In-depth knowledge of OSHA regulations
Understanding of Union contracts and ability to negotiate
Strong written and verbal communication skills
Flexibility to commute between facilities as well as respond to facility emergencies during off hours
Proficiency with Microsoft Office (i.e. Outlook, Word, Excel, etc.)
Demonstrated competency in assessing, analyzing and utilizing data for purpose of obtaining information necessary for effective decision making and performance improvement processes.
Bachelor's degree in a related technical field is preferred
Meridian Healthcare Group
Website : http://www.meridianhg.com