Director of Facilities, Engineering, and Design & Construction
Holy Cross Hospital, a private Catholic, non-profit community hospital opened in 1955 to serve the sick and injured without regard to race, religion, or nationality. As a non-profit entity, Holy Cross Hospital operates for one purpose: to further their healing ministry.
Owned and sponsored by the Sisters of Mercy for decades, Holy Cross Health (HCH) is now a regional health ministry of Trinity Health, inclusive of a 557-bed licensed acute care hospital, 200-member employed physician group, Ambulatory Surgery Center, multiple outpatient locations, and an academic affiliation with the University of Miami School of Medicine. HCH contains one of the greatest concentrations of medical talent in South Florida, is both a CMS 5-Star and Leapfrog “A” performing facility. Their medical staff consists of more than 600 highly skilled physicians representing nearly every specialty in medicine. Their skills attract patients from around South Florida, across the United States, and around the globe.
As a community partner for more than 65 years, HCH reinvests their profits back into the communities they serve by improving healthcare services, buying new technologies, upgrading facilities, and making sure that care is available to everyone — regardless of their ability to pay.
Compassion is the foundation for all that HCH does. Patients and their families are treated as people first, which means compassion, dignity, and respect are at the core of any treatment program. It also means that when someone is treated within the HCH ministry, the needs of the whole person — body, mind, and spirit — are what matters most. In their most recent reporting period, their hospitals delivered more than $26m in community benefits.
HCH is a proud member of Trinity Health, one of the nation’s largest Catholic healthcare delivery systems, located in Livonia, MI. Trinity Health is a $20.2B revenue health network of care that spans 25 states, 88 hospitals, 125 urgent care locations, 131 continuing care locations, 25.8K affiliated physicians, 1.4M attributed lives, and 115,000 colleagues nationwide.
The Director reports to the Chief Operating Officer (COO), Holy Cross Health (HCH), and is responsible for providing administrative oversight to Facilities and Engineering Division for HCH, Ft. Lauderdale. There is dotted line accountability to regional leadership within Trinity Health. Areas of accountability include plant maintenance, capital project management for facilities improvements, Environment of Care Safety and Regulatory Compliance, external compliance with all authorities having jurisdiction, building envelope, Mechanical/Electrical/Plumbing systems maintenance, Engineering/Plant Operations energy plant and production, energy reduction strategies management, and associated ambulatory and business occupancies, either owned or leased by HCH.
The Director will assure that Facilities & Grounds are managed in accordance with HCH goals and policies while overseeing administration of operating budget for all facilities upkeep, infrastructure improvements, and preventative maintenance programs. The Director will assure that alignment between Facilities operations and Planning, Design & Construction are consistent with HCH strategic goals and objectives. This position provides industry-leading guidance on the planning, design, and construction of capital projects, in concert with Planning and Construction Services division leadership.
The Director will have accountability for roughly 1.7m square feet of space (includes acute care and off-site locations) and 557 licensed beds. The Director will supervise approximately 30 FTEs, including personnel in plant operations, construction project management, and off-site locations.
Knowledge of engineering practices and principles in healthcare settings, and strong background in healthcare settings, required. Knowledge of institutional maintenance principles, biomedical engineering management practices, design and construction principles, and basic accounting required. Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical or Electrical Engineering, Construction Management, or Business Administration is strongly preferred. In lieu of a degree, equivalency in industry leadership may be considered, with 10 years in leadership minimum.
Approximately ten years progressively more responsible leadership experience leadership in health care facilities and capital project fields, thorough knowledge of applicable codes and regulations of accrediting and governmental bodies, is required.
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