Opening in 1823 as the country’s first teaching hospital, the University of Cincinnati Medical Center has an international reputation, bringing thousands of people, from the region and around the world, to Cincinnati to receive care from world-renowned physicians in state-of-the-art medical facilities. In partnership with the University of Cincinnati, UC Health is committed to advancing medicine and improving health. A tradition of excellence consistently places it among the nation’s best in the prestigious U.S. News & World Report annual guide to “America’s Best Hospitals.” UC Medical Center serves as the region’s only adult Level-1 trauma center.
UC Health seeks a highly accomplished individual to serve as its Division Director for Facilities for activities at its Clifton campus, including our flagship, 700-bed University of Cincinnati Medical Center and the UC Health Business Center. Major responsibilities include developing and managing operating budgets and assigned facilities maintenance and infrastructure projects; directing plant operations and maintenance personnel and activities; proactively identify operating and energy savings initiatives; and assuring continuous compliance with applicable regulatory and accreditation codes and standards. The position reports to the System Vice President Facilities and is a key member of the system’s facilities leadership team.
Requirements: • Bachelor's Degree in Engineering, Facilities Management, Construction or equivalent, minimum required. Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering, preferred. • Candidates with a non-engineering degree are required to have technical knowledge and supervisory work experience maintaining mechanical/electrical/plumbing systems. • Must have knowledge of Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) and The Joint Commission accreditation standards related to Environment of Care and Life Safety. • 6+ years equivalent experience required. 11+ years preferred. • Certified Healthcare Facility Manager (CHFM) through the American Hospital Association (AHA) Certification Center preferred. • Professional Engineer (PE) licensed in the State of Ohio preferred.