Texas Health

Facilities Manager

ID
2017-3920
Type
Regular Full-Time
Category
Management
Regular Work Hours
Salaried
US-TX-Southlake

Overview

Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Southlake is a hospital where employees want to work, physicians want to practice medicine and patients receive exceptional health care. We are passionate about operational and service excellence. Do you have what it takes to part of the Texas Health Southlake Team? Recognized as one of the Best Places to Work in Healthcare and as one of The Best Companies to Work for in Texas, Texas Health Southlake has an exciting opportunity.  We are looking for an Experienced Facilities Manager to add to our leadership team.

Responsibilities

Responsiiblities:

Maintenance of equipment such as HVAC, refrigeration, electricity, and plumbing is required along with knowledge of medical equipment, and groundskeeping. The facility manager may be asked to be involved with the design or renovation of the building by soliciting and evaluating contractor bids, consulting with architects, engineers and other contractors. Other responsibilities include managing hazardous materials, managing compliance with the Life Safety Code, coordinating with doctors and departmental managers, developing programs to manage healthcare and utilities assistance equipment, create deferred maintenance schedules, and participate in emergency training and drills.

Qualifications

  • Minimum of 3 years related facilties leadership experience
  • Experience in management of TJC Environment of Care and Life Safety compliance
  • Knowledge of regulatory compliance agencies (i.e. NFPA, TCEQ, OSHA, TAC) as they relate to building construction and management of building safety
  • Management of engineering vendors
  • Management of testing and maintenance records as they relate to regulatory compliance
  • CHSP, HEM and/or CHFM preferred

     

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