Executive Director, Facilities Management & Construction
Contra Costa Regional Medical Center is a full-service county hospital and offers a complete array of patient-centered health care services delivered in a beautiful facility in Martinez, California, a suburb of San Francisco. For more than a century, Contra Costa’s public hospital has been providing quality health care services to the entire community.
Patients of Contra Costa Regional Medical Center (CCRMC) know they are receiving excellent medical care. But more than just quality medical care, CCRMC’s 155,000 patients also receive compassionate care. That is because it has been CCRMC’s philosophy from the beginning to respect the dignity of the patient and extend compassionate and personalized care to all.
The 167-bed medical center is fully equipped with the most-up-to-date seismic-safety features and high-tech medical apparatus, including a sophisticated and energy-efficient climate control system designed to maximize the comfort of patients and staff. CCRMC has enhanced its computer information network for easier registration and improved availability of patient medical histories to healthcare professionals for clinical decisions. In short, CCRMC does everything it can do to serve its patients better.
In addition to the Medical Center, the organization also has ten outpatient health centers providing an array of services, from primary and specialty care to dental treatment.
Publicly owned by Contra Costa County, Contra Costa Regional Medical Center and its 10 outpatient health centers bring an enhanced level of expertise and a new vision of integrated health care governed with not-for-profit transparency and accountability.
The Medical Center has embarked on a multi-million-dollar, multi-year effort to add facilities and services to the CCRMC campus. These include refreshing the campus Master Plan; adding a state-of-the art interventional radiology suite; building a new Public Health Laboratory; renovate and expand the Psychiatric Emergency Services department within the Medical Center; build a new medical clinic and office complex to create a new Family Practice Residency Clinic, house new services lines of Women’s Health and Geriatric Medicine; and build a new patient and staff parking structure; and replace the aging kitchen/cafeteria. Other capital projects will include campus elevator upgrades; and replacement of cooling towers, chillers, boilers, and medical air compressors.
Under the direction of, and reporting to, the CCRMC Chief Operations Officer, the Executive Director, Facilities Management & Construction, plans, organizes, and directs the operational and technical support services of Facilities Maintenance and Engineering at Contra Costa Regional Medical Center and the offsite health center locations. The Executive Director will have additional oversight of construction, housekeeping, safety, disaster planning and preparedness, and Biomedical Engineering. They will manage the Environment of Care and the Emergency Management plan.
The Executive Director will be responsible for providing administrative oversight and policy direction to operational and functional areas of the departments managed. A high level of skill, knowledge, and the ability to make independent decisions within established policies and procedures set forth by the CCRMC Chief Executive Officer, Board of Supervisors, Federal, State and County laws, ordinances, and regulations, is required.
With the approval of an $80 million expansion project, the Executive Director will play a key role on the team that oversees campus renovation and construction of a new parking garage, a new medical office complex, a new interventional radiology suite, and a state-of-the-art public health laboratory. The Executive Director will also oversee the updating of the Campus Master Plan, which will significantly enhance and alter the face of their facilities and services over the next 8 to 10 years.
The Executive Director, Facilities Management & Construction, oversees a multi-trade team of employees that includes stationary engineers, carpenters, electricians, plumbers, painters, housekeepers, and biomedical engineering technicians. The selected individual will maintain excellent relationships with County and Union representatives and leaders and will work to improve staff satisfaction. They must foster the development and growth of the facilities team. The ability to take initiative, embrace change, and exercise sound judgment with all, including staff and colleagues, is required. In conjunction with Medical Center leadership and when required, Contra Costa County leadership, the Executive Director will exhibit a collaborative, team-building approach, with integrity at the core of their management approach. They must be a strong and transparent communicator. The position will oversee approximately 560,000 square feet, including the 167-bed Medical Center in Martinez and 10 health center locations. There are 21 employees in the Facilities department.
The successful candidate will possess a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with a major in business management or administration, public administration, engineering or a closely related field. A Mechanical Engineering Degree is strongly preferred. A Master’s Degree is highly desirable and may be substituted for one (1) year of the required experience.
A minimum of 6 – 10 years of progressive leadership experience is required in a relevant healthcare facilities management setting. Leadership experience in healthcare project management or healthcare construction management may be considered. Familiarity with OSHA, The Joint Commission, NFPA, and CMS policies is required. Experience with the Department of Health Care Access and Information (HCAI), formerly known as OSHPD, is highly preferred.
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