Facilities Director- Plant Operations-FT-Days
Research Medical Center - Kansas City, MO

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Research Medical Center is one of Kansas City's premier acute-care hospitals serving not only residents of Kansas City but the 150-mile surrounding region. Positioned on 60 acres, and totaling over 1M square feet, the campus is home to the 511-bed hospital, medical buildings, Research College of Nursing, and Research School of Nuclear Medicine in addition to the Radiology School. Fully accredited by the Joint Commission, the highest national healthcare governing body, Research Medical Center provides a wide variety of services and specialties including a Cancer Center, Transplant Institute for kidney and pancreas transplants, Certified Stroke Center, and an award winning Cardiovascular Department.

Research Medical Center would like you to become a part of our excellent

Plant Operations

department. RMC and its rich heritage continue to search for those individuals who wish to be a part of a strong tradition and great culture. Those who choose to work at Research Medical Center will enjoy the many experiences and opportunities they are afforded, as well as the teamwork and camaraderie that are promoted from within.

The Director of Facilities, reporting to the COO/Associate Administrator, manages and maintains buildings, grounds, utilities, and non-clinical equipment for Research Medical Center and Research Medical Center Brookside campus. The Director facilitates initiation and completion of construction projects, and oversees contract providers of clinical equipment management. Plans, coordinates, directs, and provides effective leadership for all Plant Operations services and programs. The Director of Facilities also plans, coordinates, implements and administers an integrated security and safety program for multiple campuses to ensure a safe environment for all patients, visitors, employees, physicians and students.

Director Facility Operations will also have oversight of security department through the Security Manager. Serves as the Safety Officer and Chair of the Safety Committee. Safety Officer Responsibilities include but are not limited to development implementation and monitoring of the environment of care program. The environment of care program includes hazard surveillance, incident reporting, security, emergency management, safety education, hazardous materials, life safety, equipment management, and utility management. Authorized to enter the Gamma Knife.

Directly accountable for:
Patient, physician, visitor and staff satisfaction with plant operations and security.

Financial performance of the departments.

Development of a quality, highly motivated and productive staff.

Compliance with all JCAHO and other regulatory requirements

Policies and procedures that guide and support the provision of services.

Repair and maintenance of all non-clinical equipment (excluding telecommunications) and for maintaining the structural integrity of the hospital building (excluding the Medical Office buildings) and its related facilities, through a systematic preventive and corrective maintenance program.

Monitoring of all utilities and related systems to effectively and efficiently insure cost containment while providing a comfortable, functional facility for all concerned.

Must complete the Statement of Conditions and plan for improvements.

Qualifications

Minimum Requirements:
Bachelor’s degree, BSME, BSEE, Business, Security Management, Industrial Safety, Administration of Justice or related field. In lieu of Bachelor’s degree, an associate degree in related field with ten years plant operations management experience, and healthcare safety.

Licensure/Certifications:
Operating engineer’s license or eligible to obtain.

Experience:
A minimum of ten years (10) experience in hospital plant

operations

and

construction

required. Experience in healthcare safety and security preferred. Must have experience with regulatory compliance, conducting life safety and environmental care plans and leading a hospital in a Joint Commission survey in these areas. Union experience preferred.

Management Experience:
Minimum of seven (7) years in administrative positions. Excellent verbal and written communication skills.

Administrative Skills:
Requires excellent interpersonal skills and capacity to deal with multiple agendas on an ongoing basis.

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