Environment Of Care Safety Facility Manager

Ahmc Healthcare Inc. Los Angeles , CA 90009

Posted 1 week ago

Overview

Provides oversight and management of the following areas to ensure meeting regulatory compliance by monitoring and evaluating environmental safety risks through standards set by The Joint Commission so as to provide a safe, functional and effective environment for our patients, staff and visitors.

Primary areas of responsibility include, but are not limited to, Engineering/Plant Operations, Security, Bio-Med, and Environmental Services (EVS). Reports to the COO as to the physical and structural conditions of GEMCH facilities and the status of work in progress.

Qualifications

Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering or equivalent in building technology or related field is preferred.

Prefer related trade school or military training.

A minimum of 3-5 years Physical Plant experience (management preferred) in a hospital facilities maintenance setting or equivalent preferred.

Prefer experience in performance improvement and safety management.

Has demonstrated the ability to analyze, organize, delegate and bring work tasks to successful and timely completion.

Certified Healthcare Facility Manager (CHFM) from the American Society of Healthcare Engineering preferred.

CA Boiler Operator License preferred.

CA HVAC License preferred.

FacilityGreater El Monte Medical Center Req IDreq4413 ShiftDays CategoryEngineering Position TypeRegular Full-Time DepartmentAdministration - Hospital


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Environment Of Care Safety Facility Manager

Ahmc Healthcare Inc.