For more than 100 years, Middlesex Hospital has been serving Middlesex County and the surrounding community. As a community hospital, benefiting the community is at the core of Middlesex Hospital’s DNA. The hospital provides the convenience, personalized attention and compassionate care you'd expect from a local, community hospital, while providing access to advanced technologies found in big city hospitals. Middlesex Hospital is a not-for-profit organization.
The hospital is proud to be the state's first member of the prestigious Mayo Clinic Care Network, working together with Mayo Clinic specialists to provide advanced medical knowledge. An award-winning, comprehensive Cancer Center in Middletown, and brand new Shoreline Cancer Center in Westbrook, CT, will open November 1, 2017. Middlesex is a profitable hospital and is committed to investing in the latest, most advanced treatments and technologies in vascular surgery, minimally-invasive spine and neck surgeries, orthopedics and joint replacement, and da Vinci robot-assisted procedures. Middlesex Hospital is Connecticut’s first and only hospital to earn Magnet recognition for nursing excellence 4 consecutive times.
Reporting to the Director of Engineering, the Project Manager shall perform duties which include assistance with operation, renovation and maintenance of facilities infrastructure, construction, and planning. The selected candidate will assist in maintaining the hospital’s environment of care for all patients, staff and visitors in full compliance with regulatory agencies and best practices. They must employ a diverse set of skills and have the ability to assist in resolving project, infrastructure, clinical, and people management issues.
Projects will include construction of new facilities, renovations, remodeling, and repair of existing facilities. Duties include progression from design/development through construction, occupation, and commissioning. The position is responsible for the acute care hospital and multiple off sites, totaling roughly 1m square feet.
The successful candidate will possess a Bachelor’s degree in Architecture, Engineering or Construction Management and 5-10 years of proven facilities and engineering experience, preferably in a healthcare environment. Experience in the operation, performance and function of building mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems, as well as knowledge of TJC standards, OSHA, and state and local code associated with hospitals, required.
Certified Healthcare Facility Manger (CHFM) and/or Certified Healthcare Constructor (CHC) certification highly preferred.