Capital Health is the region's leader in advanced medicine with significant investments in advanced technologies and the best physicians. Comprising its two hospitals (Capital Health Regional Medical Center in Trenton and the Capital Health Medical Center - Hopewell) and the Capital Health - Hamilton outpatient facility, Capital Health is a growing accredited healthcare organization. Capital Health has also received Magnet® status for the fourth consecutive time in recognition of its quality patient care, innovations in professional nursing practice, and nursing excellence. Only 29 organizations in the country have received Magnet status four times and five of those organizations are in New Jersey. In addition, our nursing team received special recognition for excellence in stroke and outpatient emergency care.
Develops, in conjunction with subordinate managers, short- and long-range goals and objectives for each of the campuses. Establishes and implements policies and procedures to guide the proper maintenance, repair, renovation, and construction of the physical plants. Approves the purchase of major operational items, such as equipment and tools.
Develops and institutes the institution's energy management program. Recommends improvements in the institution's facilities, including renovation or construction of structures, purchase of equipment and other relevant institutional requirements.
Manages in-house construction/renovation projects, including obtainment of appropriate permits when needed.
Administers and directs programs to maintain buildings and equipment as well as to procure or generate all utilities and distribution systems. Plans, reviews layouts, ensures code compliance and negotiates contracts for major construction and renovation projects.
Negotiates contractual arrangements concerning equipment, maintenance, renovations, construction and so forth; secures approval as needed. Submits and recommends bids to administration on standard policies and acts as a liaison with contractors, architects, engineers and material and equipment suppliers. Maintains various records pertaining to job costs.
Provides consultative services to major construction/renovation projects performed by outside contractors, including plan review, utility shutdown coordination and punch-list development.
Ensures preventive maintenance work orders are completed within their established timeframe at least 95% of the time.
Ensures that utility system inspections and testing are conducted within their established timeframe (i.e., all standpipe occupant hoses are hydro-statically tested five years after installation and at least every three years thereafter, and systems receive water flow tests at least every five years).
Coordinates the development, implementation, and monitoring of the safety management activities. Intervenes whenever conditions immediately threaten life or health or threaten damage to equipment or buildings. Conducts, in conjunction with Risk Management, comprehensive, proactive risk assessments that evaluate the potential adverse impact of buildings, grounds, equipment, occupants, and internal physical systems on the safety and health of patients, staff, and other people coming to the CH facilities.
Monitors and promotes institutional compliance with local, state, and federal regulatory requirements as well as with regulatory agencies such as JCAHO, NFPA, etc. Ensures, in conjunction with subordinate managers, the implementation of the Utility Management Plan to be compliant with all standards established by the JCAHO.
Maintains the Statement of Conditions and implements plans for improvement or corrective action.
Low employee expense for medical and dental insurance
403(b) Savings and Retirement Program
Easy commute from PA and major NJ routes.
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