University of Colorado Hospital in Aurora, CO is currently hiring for a Facilities Manager.
Our manager will oversee all general facilities responsibilities including personnel, maintenance, repair, and installation of equipment for our health care campus in Aurora, CO, as well as all of our regional offsite clinics and properties. Responsible for managing our general maintenance, electrical, plumbing, HVAC, electronic systems and grounds specialty teams.
-Responsible for departmental regulatory compliance, including but not limited to, The Joint Commission (JC), Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), State and Local authorities having jurisdiction and code compliance.
-Assists with developing departmental goals, standards, and objectives which directly support the strategic plan and vision of the organization
-Manages staff relations including performance management, staff satisfaction and conflict management
-Performs and oversees scheduling, recruitment, and payroll
-Monitors departmental budgets, departmental contracts and vendor relations
-Determines and justifies needs for systems/equipment/supplies purchases, monitors usage, and oversees proper working order and /or stock supplies
-Supports special projects and business analysis as requested
-Coordinates mechanical, electrical, HVAC and electronic systems shut downs, repairs and monitor system performance
-Maintain adequate parts inventory and order items as necessary
-Supervise landscaping, grounds and snow removal services
-Execute equipment audits and record-taking policies
-Coordinate with the Planning and Design Department on the implementation of new construction and remodel projects
-Ensure compliance with all UCHealth and Facility Management related safety and security protocols
2017 Goals and initiatives:
-Monitor ongoing equipment preventive maintenance priority 1 and 2 completion rates to maintain a minimum 90% completion rate with a target of 92.5%.
-Maintain the comprehensive construction program with Facilities Design and Construction to include: MOP forms and procedures, Hot Work Permits, Fire Alarm Disable Requests, Utility Shutdown Requests and Above Ceiling Work Permits. Ensuring that construction projects are completed in timely and effective manner with no adverse events related to failure to follow established processes and procedures.
-Review utilities/infrastructure related issues associated with Facilities Design and Construction projects to ensure optimal integration and performance of critical systems. All utilities/infrastructure related issues associated with Facilities Design and Construction projects are reviewed to ensure optimal integration and performance of critical systems and results documented.
Bachelor's degree in related field required 5 years of direct experience required CHFM certification preferred
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