Comanche County Memorial Hospital (CCMH) is a 283-bed regional referral center and integrated delivery system providing medical services in virtually every medical specialty. The hospital is located in Southwest Oklahoma and employs close to 2,000 people on a full-time or part-time basis, credentials 250 physicians, and enjoys the benefit of approximately 100 volunteers in this 400,000 square foot facility.
Reporting directly to the organization’s CNO, the Director of Facilities Management is directly accountable for the organization, direction, and leadership of facilities operations and support of the institution’s physical assets. The Director will be responsible for regulatory compliance initiatives relating to local, state, and national accreditation and code requirements, as well as construction planning and project management.
The scope of activities includes development of short and long range capital investment strategies; implementation of capital infrastructure initiatives; oversight, tracking, and benchmarking of energy conservation programs; and utilities management and performance. The Director will have a critical role in the planning and construction.
Additionally, the Director will have the responsibility of assessing the current service delivery and customer interface of the facilities department. Skill mix, role scope, and staffing levels will be evaluated in the context of current institutional activity levels and will be the responsibility of the Director.
Comanche County Memorial Hospital is seeking an exceptional leader who brings a management style that creates a culture for success through team work and collaboration. This important trait, supported by solid technical knowledge, will be a critical attribute of candidate selection.
The successful candidate will possess a bachelor’s degree in an appropriate discipline closely related to institutional facilities operations, engineering, or business management. Additionally, 5-7 years of demonstrated leadership experience in a healthcare organization is required, and a CHFM certification is required. The candidate should have proven competencies in financial management and leadership initiatives in a complex and dynamic environment.