Reporting to the Chief Operating Officer, the Director, Engineering is responsible for the ongoing, effective operation of the Plant Engineering and Biomedical Engineering Departments, and for the ongoing assessment and improvement of all services related to those areas. The Director is the Hospital Safety Officer. The Department is composed of 23 facility technicians, a Supervisor, and an Administrative Assistant.
The campus has four main healthcare buildings to include the Pavilion, constructed in 1966; A Tower, constructed in 1982; B Tower, constructed in 1994; and C Tower, constructed in 2003. There are several offsite properties, including a Women & Children’s Clinic and Medical Office Buildings, and a power plant.
The organization seeks an innovative and collaborative leader with a strong customer service approach. They must communicate transparently and be open and available to facilities and hospital staff. They must demonstrate clear and concise strategic level thinking, and be strong in the soft skill competencies of communication, feedback, delegation, change management, and succession planning. The individual must be a self-starter who can relate to hospital staff and patients and create a customer service-based approach within the department, advocating for the department and its employees when appropriate. Design and construction project management required, as is regulatory management. This individual will be a key member of the Environment of Care Committee.
A Bachelor's Degree in Engineering or equivalent experience in a health care facility accredited by The Joint Commission is required. As an alternative to a Bachelor’s Degree, individuals may comply with this requirement either with an Associate’s Degree and three years of qualifying engineering experience; or with at least five years of qualifying engineering experience. A Certified Health Facility Manager (CHFM) is preferred.