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FMG - Senior Specialist- Atrium Health- FT Days

Charlotte, NC, United States
Job ID: 111735
Job Family: Protective Services
Status: Full Time
Shift: Day
Detailed Shift and Schedule: This is a day shift (8-5) Monday-Friday position.
Job Type: Regular
Department Name: 51011028342449-Infrastructure Support

Overview

JOB SUMMARY:

Serves as a consultant and technical expert in Facilities Management Group evaluating, planning, and implementing ongoing organization-wide processes and practices. Conducts extensive research, data collection, evaluation, and analysis develop plans.  Strong leadership qualities, communication, and listening skills to develop and maintain relationships with internal departments and customers. Understands and able to communicate important technical related information within their area of responsibility.  Proven ability to deal with staff and issues at all levels of an organization.  Maintains advanced competency in understanding and applying specific departmental services and techniques. Has a solid understanding of all services within the realm of their responsibility. 

 

Essential Functions:

  • Develop, document, and insure program compliance for the Facility Condition Assessment program for the Facilities Management Group (FMG). Maintain comprehensive facility condition audits of buildings, grounds, fixed equipment, and infrastructure needs;
  • Provide leadership and direction within Plant Operations & Maintenance (POM) for Energy and Sustainability initiatives while working with peer functions and the CHS Corporate Sustainability Committee to assure goals are achieved;
  • Supervise the development and consistent implementation of Energy policies and procedures for CHS;
  • Enhance operational energy efficiencies, perform root cause analyses, develop solutions/recommendations to improve, track and document actions taken to demonstrate improvements;
  • Develop and implement an infrastructure Capacity Management program to continuously assess and monitor existing conditions and make recommendations to fund projects ahead of shortfalls. Coordinate Capacity Management initiatives with Project and Construction Management initiatives to jointly meet CHS goals and objectives;
  • Coordinate development of a standardized Commissioning Program for CHS facilities and implement an effective audit program to assure compliance. Maintain oversight responsibilities and standardized processes for design and commissioning of capital infrastructure; 
  • Develop and submit reports of survey assessment findings and recommendations and assists in identifying and implementing corrective actions; 
  • Regularly and periodically, conduct physical environment rounds for CHS accredited facilities. 
  • Represent CHS Plant Operations & Maintenance through community and professional organizations including North Carolina Healthcare Engineers Association, American Society of Healthcare Engineers, and the Association of Energy Engineers;
  • Implement and oversee special projects as directed by the FMG Vice Presidents.

 

Education, Training and Experience:

● Bachelor’s degree required (mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, industrial engineering or related discipline) required. Professional licensure or Master’s degree required.

  • Familiarity required with TJC Environment of Care, NFPA 101 Life Safety Code, NFPA 99 Health Care Facilities Code, and OSHA Requirements for General Industry required..
  • Familiarity with North Carolina Medical Facilities Licensure Requirements (and DHSR-referenced NFPA standards) preferred.
  • Five years as facilities professional in a healthcare setting or five years experience in process improvement and consulting for healthcare or healthcare related industry required.. 

●  Knowledge of TJC (including experience of at least one JC survey) and the regulatory code requirements and progressive application of those standards preferred.

●  Industry certification preferred.