Director of Plant OperationsThe Director of Plant Operations is responsible for planning, organizing, directing and controlling the overall operation of the physical plant of the community to include preventative and corrective maintenance of buildings and equipment, landscape and grounds maintenance, environmental services, commercial laundry services, and the community safety program. Assists in the budget development and procurement of capital items for the entire campus. Develops and implements annual departmental budgets and ensures budget compliance throughout the fiscal year for the operating, capital and staffing budgets. Manages, supervises and directs employees and coaches and evaluates employee performance. May also take an active role in the development of our expansion program as well as the development of additional locations as our organization grows. Still Hopes Episcopal Retirement Community is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Preferred candidate will have:•Five plus years’ successful leadership, operational, and management experience in a medium to large healthcare or continuing care community. •Will possess knowledge of building codes and safety regulations, state healthcare licensing and federal certification regulations, and the ability to read and interpret blueprints. •Must be knowledgeable of HVAC systems, boilers, chillers, compressors, generators, elevators, as well as a wide and varied array of mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems.•Will possess a college degree in a related field. An applicable advanced degree will also be rewarded with additional compensation.
Additional Salary Information: Compensation Depending on Experience
More than 400 full-time and part-time staff members serve in a variety of positions at Still Hopes. In addition to the competitive pay and generous benefits they receive, our employees are also rewarded for their outstanding work performance. Our employees enjoy the satisfaction of knowing their daily work is valued and appreciated while they are making a difference in the lives of our residents.