The Director of Facilities & Purchasing provides leadership and supervision to the facilities, security and purchasing teams. He/she will develop departmental plans, goals, and deadlines to improve the built environment, related support services, and purchasing, and ensure compliance with all regulatory requirements associated with Environment of Care and safety.
Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
Oversees the effective operation of the following services: maintenance, custodial, purchasing, security, fleet management, and mail distribution.
Directs health center facilities upkeep and ongoing preventive maintenance for all CSHHC locations. Ensure all facilities are safe, secure, and well-maintained.
Oversees and ensures health center compliance with The Joint Commission Environment of Care and facilities standards. Ensure all required emergency drills are conducted and appropriately documented.
Maintains compliance with all procedures, policies, and regulations and ensure timely response to regulatory issues and inspection findings. Monitors and address changes in federal, state, and local laws/codes that affect facilities management.
Oversees facilities-related vendor relationships. When appropriate, participates in identifying suitable vendors, negotiating pricing, etc.
Develops, plans, implements, and administers annual facilities operational and capital budgets (and related spending plans) in conjunction with Finance.
Ensures completion of periodic safety inspections and oversees facility access and security functions including access control.
Develops, implements and maintains appropriate systems, policies and procedures related to procurement, inventory control and storage of all health center purchased goods and services.
Assists senior management in defining organizational goals and strategic plans.
Hires, trains, and evaluates personnel; coaches and implements corrective actions as necessary.
On call for after-hours emergency facility-related issues.
Chairs and/or participates in the CS-HHC Environment of Care Committee, Safety Committee and other committees as needed.
Performs all other duties as required.
Bachelor's Degree in Facilities Management, Building Construction, Engineering, Architecture or related field preferred, however, experience may be considered in lieu of degree.
Minimum of five (5) years successful experience in administration and management of facilities, real estate and/or construction services required.
Minimum of six to ten (6-10) years' progressively responsible supervisory and/or management experience to include five (5) years of experience in management of several multi-use facilities and/or purchasing/procurement is required.
Proven ability in grounds, physical plant management, custodial service or facilities management.
Comprehensive knowledge of facilities management principles in a healthcare setting, with particular emphasis in building operations, emergency services, and Environment of Care.
Ability to make rapid and appropriate judgments during emergency situations.
CS-HHC is an equal opportunity employer. All applicants will be considered for employment without attention to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran or disability status.
Hill Health Ctr