Senior Administrative Director Facilities Management &
Construction Salinas Valley Memorial Healthcare System · Plant
Full Time , Days , VARIABLE
The Sr. Administrative Director Facilities Management &
Construction, serves as a resource and role model regarding
construction, maintenance of buildings, equipment, utilities,
bio-medical services, hospital environment of care/safety matters
and master facilities planning. Administers and directs programs to
maintain and upgrade buildings, grounds and equipment (clinical and
non-clinical). Is responsible for all hospital and campus capital
construction projects and budgets. Has responsibility throughout
the planning, design and construction stages of the projects and
ensures schedules, budgets, and cash flows are accurate and adhered
to. Plans, organizes, directs, evaluates and controls all safety
functions in order to ensure a safe environment for patients,
employees, volunteers, medical staff and visitors. Has oversight of
Security and Parking Management and is responsible for the space
management program and coordinating all space requests accordingly.
Communicates with and is involved with outside agencies such as
OSHPD, CDPH, Cal OSHA, health, fire, police departments, off-site
property managers and community organizations as necessary.
PRIMARY JOB DUTIES:
Provides leadership and direction regarding departmental
Sets the standard for departmental behavior, and provides and
promotes a positive working environment for departmental staff to
ensure strong employee morale, motivation and productivity.
Holds accountability for the departmental budget and Position
Control and takes necessary action to remain within balance and
Holds accountability for capital projects and takes necessary
action to remain within budget and schedules, while ensuring
compliance with all applicable rules and regulations.
Manages the hospital Master Plan.
Manages design team through planning phase, design development,
construction documents and construction administration.
Manages construction projects through completion and ensures
Manages Inspector of Record (IOR).
Manages Security Management, Parking Management, reviews and
coordinates space management requests and oversees off-site
Recommends, develops and reviews safety policies and procedures
as required by the Hospital, TJC, and State and Federal
Present a Safety Orientation class for new employees and an
annual reorientation for regular employees as needed.
Conducts hazard surveillance, safety inspections and unsafe
practice surveys throughout the Hospital. Results of these surveys
are reviewed with appropriate personnel and recommends corrective
actions and follows up as required.
Maintains information regarding local, state and federal
regulations for Hospital construction, safety and security, and
develops a reference library on same to assist with planning and
problem solving related safety/security matters.
Ensures and monitors Interim Life Safety Measures (ILSM) and
Infection Control measures during construction/renovation when
Reviews operational information and ensures systems are in place
to monitor, review and revise procedures in order to maximize
resource utilization within the department.
Review investigations of events, surveys, issues and reports
related to the Environment of Care. Issues Cease and Desist orders
in the event of an immediate threat to life, health, or hospital
Incorporates systems and procedures to ensure the department’s
role and function in the Hospital supports the delivery of the
highest possible standard of patient care and service within
Maintains and reviews all aspects of corporate compliance as it
relates to the department.
Anticipates issues affecting the department’s function and
activity that may affect service delivery to patients, staff and
visitors, and ensures action is taken to address issues in close
cooperation with Administration and peers.
Develops a strong, collaborative relationship with
Administrators, peers, and other key individuals across the
Hospital, and fosters a multi-disciplinary teamwork approach to
decision-making and problem resolution.
Develops strong relationships with appropriate external
constituencies relevant to the department in order to promote
community relations and marketing programs, thus ensuring the
Hospital is responsive to the community’s developing needs and
maintains a favorable image in the eye of the community.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Education: Bachelor’s degree in related field(s) or equivalent
combination of education and years of related work experience
Experience/Knowledge: A minimum of five (5) years’ recent
progressive experience in California hospital construction (OSHPD),
Plant Operations/Maintenance (installation, construction, and
maintenance of buildings, equipment, and utilities) and in a Safety
& Security environment with TJC /Environment of Care
responsibilities required. A minimum of five (5) years’ management
experience at the director level required.
Budgetary preparation, monitoring and control
Human Resources management
Management and supervisory theories, principles, practices,
techniques and methods
Ability to identify and analyze complex perioperative, post
sedation, endoscopic and ambulatory patient care issues (Nursing
Communicate effectively both orally and in writing to diverse
groups and individuals
Work effectively with administration, employees and medical
Identify and analyze complex departmental (and patient care)
Make independent decisions and provide counsel and advice to
administration, employees and medical staff
Exercise good judgement and tact in providing leadership,
guidance and assistance