Looking for a truly great place to work managing a plant with a new state of the art, sophisticated, efficient and most capable Building Management System? A system that at a push of a button transfers the whole plant to peak shaving mode? If so, our Facilities Plant Manager position may be the right opportunity for you!
The Manager, Plant Operations position maintains either John C. Lincoln North Mountain or Deer Valley hospital facilities, plant equipment and facilities systems in order to ensure life safety, continuous operations, longevity, and attractive appearance. Responsible for managing maintenance service and repair in the areas of power plant operations and general maintenance. Establishes and updates mechanical, electrical, and plumbing (MEP) standards for the hospitals. Responsible for the management of retrofit and project modifications. Takes lead in energy management strategies. May be involved in projects and operations of other off-site facilities. Assists the department director with special projects as assigned. Responsible for Life Safety Management. May create mechanical sketches to show mechanical upgrades, modifications or new installations.
1. Performs functions related to the management of service and repair in the areas of power plant operations and general maintenance.
Participates in the interviewing/selection and makes recommendations regarding hiring, firing, advancement, promotion, denial of promotion Trains employees independently. Sets hours worked to meet staffing needs and directs the work of employees. Maintains productivity/performance records for use in supervision. Approves or administers payroll. Completes performance appraisals independently. Participates in the handling of employee complaints and grievances with manager and HR. Determines techniques to be used by technicians and vendors Coordinates flow/distribution of materials/merchandise/service within pre-established guidelines. Participants in providing safety/security for employees or property. Develops, plans, and/or controls budgets of individual projects. Develops department policy & procedures as well as conformance. Participants in monitoring and ensuring legal compliance measures. Participates in the preparation of department operations budgets and monitors expenditures to ensure that specified budgetary guidelines are met as demonstrated by audit. Ensures that staff is properly trained to safely and effectively complete assigned tasks as demonstrated by documentation. Participates in the preparation of Capital Budgets and reviews Capital Requests for feasibility and adequate funding. Must understand and is capable of operating the Building Automation Systems (BAS). Understands operations; meets and maintains certification on med gas systems. Understands and demonstrates to staff the Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) of the department. Inspects areas for maintenance and repair issues. Is the point of contact for vendors, contractors, and other outside agencies. Understands and ensure compliance for the infection control classifications and procedures of the department. Responsible for establishing and maintaining mechanical, electrical, and plumbing (MEP) standards for the network. Handles multiple concurrent projects through effective planning, organizing, and controlling all aspects of the project. Makes recommendations to construction department on standards and appropriate equipment area usage. Creates and maintains dashboards keeping management informed of Central Plant and Utilities energy performance.
2. Assists in departmental administration by ensuring a safe, clean, work environment. Attains and posts required licenses and permits for operating facility equipment.
Establishes positive relationships with construction, admin department, and other departmental/network directors, managers, etc. Upholds city, state, and other building codes. Manages hazardous materials and abatement contractors.
3. Life Safety Management.
Maintain all fire suppression and all other life safety equipment (fire extinguishers, sprinkler systems, dry stems, etc.) are maintained properly and in accordance with applicable laws. Maintain and conduct tests of local fire alarm systems, emergency lighting and exit lights. Schedules and coordinates mandated inspections of fire alarm systems, fire suppression systems and fire extinguishers. Coordinate with construction manager regarding inspections at active construction areas and assists with safety training of contracted employees. Understands and implements Interim Life Safety Measures (ILSM) when required. Has primary responsibility for Fire Department and Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) inspections and compliance in assigned JCL facilities. Coordinate and executes required fire drills.
4. Chairs Utilities Management Safety Committee.
Background in handling emergency situations, planning, and execution. Participation is active as demonstrated through feedback and documentation. Committee achieves desired results as demonstrated through documentation. Ensures reliability of Utility systems through planning, monitoring, and then effecting change as indicated.
5. Facilitates replacement of major HVAC equipment and systems at the hospital and other facilities, as assigned. Performs installation project management duties, as assigned.
Evaluates equipment/systems for condition and obsolescence. Recommends budget strategies for replacement. Coordinates replacement projects as assigned. Participates in Life Cycle Analysis of HVAC and physical plant equipment. Review contractor time, labor, & materials vouchers for accuracy and processes them for payment. Evaluates vendors and contractors’ proposals and cost generation estimates. Develops project scopes, budgets, and schedules. Makes recommendations to construction department on standards and appropriate equipment area usage. Reads and evaluates blue prints and specification to cost, quality, and constructability/maintainability impacts. Confirms and works toward project timeliness with quality outcomes and maintains compliance within budget. Life safety understanding of Interim Life Safety Plan (ILSP).
6. Participates in manager on-call duties, as assigned.
High school diploma or equivalent 5-7 years facilities maintenance experience Facilities Maintenance Strong word processing skills and knowledge of CMMS (Computer Maintenance Management Systems) and BMS (Building Management Systems
Must have a clean driving record as defined by John C. Lincoln Health Network Driver Qualification Policy Q-359 (available upon request);
Must: (1) be at least 21 years of age, (2) provide a current and valid Arizona driver's license; (3) provide a Motor Vehicle Report (MVR) from the Department of Motor Vehicles for a 3 year period that has been approved in advance by an insurance carrier; (4) Provide current certificate of completion of the National Safety Council's Defensive Driving Course-4 (DDC-4) or successfully complete the next available, quarterly conducted, in-house training provided JCLHN Driver's Safety Course. .
Schedule: Full-time High school diploma or equivalent is required 5+ years of experience required
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