Children's Specialized Hospital is the nation's leading provider of inpatient and outpatient care for children from birth to 21 years of age facing special health challenges - from chronic illnesses and complex physical disabilities like brain and spinal cord injuries, to developmental and behavioral issues like autism and mental health.
Children's Specialized Hospital is now in its third century of caring for those in need. Our Boards of Trustees, physicians, therapists, nurses, staff, volunteers, and donors remain dedicated to the very ideals of the Hospital's founders and committed to providing the best care possible so that every child who seeks our help reaches their fullest potential.
At 16 different New Jersey locations, our pediatric specialists partner with families to make our many innovative therapies and medical treatments more personalized and effective...so children can achieve more of their goals.
Maintains the physical plant for Life Safety, Utility Management and Construction| Renovations in compliance with JCAHO, OSHA, NJ Dept of Health and any other local, state and federal agencies.
Essential Job Functions
All areas of the facility are surveyed and documented in accordance with predetermine time frames to ensure compliance with Joint Commission, NJDOHSS, OSHA, CMS, NIOSH ,RCRA and other standards., Annually or as building changes occur all issues of facility compliance are reported as required to Director of Operations and EOC Sub Committee. Construction projects are monitored closely to ensure that all Life Safety Features are not compromised and all preconstruction risk assessments and interim life safety measures are implemented as necessary and according to hospital policy and state and federal standards.
Annually or as building changes occur all issues of facility compliance are reported as required to Director of Operations and EOC Sub Committee. Construction projects are monitored closely to ensure that all Life Safety Features are not compromised and all preconstruction risk assessments and interim life safety measures are implemented as necessary and according to hospital policy and state and federal standards.
Inspect, correct and document time and detail of inspection criteria identified by the internal hazard surveillance team, the hospital's insurance company , local jurisdiction or any other inspection authority.
Working with members of Facility Operations and Safety | Security, all required life safety building features and equipment are tested and documented at predetermined frequencies.
Assist with development, coordination and execution of internal hospital protocols to ensure life safety, utility management and construction guide lines compliance is maintained.
Documentation and reporting of all findings are kept via paper or electronically as necessary and maintained in an organized method that can easily be retrieved.
Following inspections, documents required for compliance to regulatory bodies are completed in full within allotted time frames and made available to hospital administration. Detailed consolidated findings, responsible parties, completion dates and other pertinent information will be made available on a regular basis for the EOC, Safety.
On a continuous basis, all identified deficiencies will be either directly corrected by or assigned to alternate departments for completions . A continuous on-going system will be developed where as all required regulatory compliance issues are to be addressed.
Coordinate efforts of out side contractors as necessary to ensure items whose scope exceeds in-house abilities are completed with allotted time frames according to regulations | standards.
Requirements Formal Education and Job-Related Experience
Job Specific Contacts
Working Environment - Additional Comments
Hospital environment. Facilities Office
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