Director of Environmental Services - PRN
Northwest Texas Healthcare System - United States

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Northwest

is a 475 bed system serving the city of Amarillo and the surrounding region. We offer the ideal combination of traditional values and the most advanced technologies in healthcare, plus the conveniences of big city living in a friendly, smaller-town atmosphere. From the beauty of Palo Duro Canyon and great recreational facilities, to our quality educational system, Amarillo is a great place to live and work.

The Director of Environmental Services is responsible for the ongoing, effective operation of the Environmental Services (EVS) Department and for the ongoing assessment and improvement of all services provided by department. Responsibilities encompass not only the internal functioning of these services, but also the integration of these services into the overall functioning of Northwest Texas Healthcare System. The director will establish and maintain effective working relationships with other departments and provide a unified approach to providing patient care. The director will also provide overall direction and management of the performance of EVS staff including assistant director/s, manager/s supervisors and front line staff. This position supports an organizational culture for Service Excellence and practices the Service Excellence Standards to all customer groups.

We're looking for employees who can add to our culture of exemplary patient care and personal excellence. We're looking for exceptional professionals who share our vision and values.

Join us and make a difference!

EOE/AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER-M/F/VET/DISAB

Requirements

EDUCATION, TRAINING, EXPERIENCE AND LICENSES/REGISTRATIONS REQUIRED:
  • Bachelors Degree required
  • Minimum (5-7) five to seven years experience in housekeeping within a healthcare/hospital environment.
  • Will be skilled in directing and motivating the staff; have knowledge of infection control techniques.
  • Provide effective oral and written communication skills, having the ability to work well with others at all levels.
  • Full knowledge of pertinent regulatory agencies and the policies, codes, standards, and regulations for a healthcare environment.
  • Must have detailed organization and prioritizing skills with the ability to train; teach, show and follow-up on all assignments, when necessary.

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