POSTED FEB 10, 2020
UNC Health Care, Chapel Hill, NC – Plumbing Maintenance Supervisor
The Plumbing Maintenance Supervisor develops, plans, implements and completes maintenance programs and projects at UNC Hospitals in Chapel Hill related to water/waste/vent systems, medical gas systems, fire pump/suppression/sprinkler systems and steam/condensate systems. This position ensures the compliance of these systems with local, state and federal codes and standards.
High School diploma or GED. Ten (10) years of progressive experience in performing the full range of journeyman level tasks associated with plumbing work, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Requires a N.C. Master Plumbing license. Also requires within two years of hiring the following additional licenses and certifications: (1) Certified to maintain Medical Gas, (2) Limited Fire Sprinkler Maintenance License, and (3) Certified in Cross Connection (backflows).
POSTED FEB 4, 2020
UNC Health Care, Chapel hill - Electrical Engineering Manager
Responsibilities, as an Electrical Engineering Manager, are:
Overall management of the Electrical System Operations & Maintenance within a healthcare environment.
Plan, organize, and control functions and activities of Preventative Maintenance, Federal and State Regulatory Compliance, recommend replace or/renovation and services under the scope of the contract.
•Reviews and evaluates existing preventative maintenance programs, services, policies and procedures per NFPA or manufacturer recommendations or by alternate maintenance program
•Manages and insures compliance with the Joint Commission, State Health Department and other regulatory requirements.
•Prepares and manages annual budgets, including utilities energy savings program
•Meets with leadership, supervisory staff, contractors, architects, and engineers to plan, organize, coordinate and/or communicate programs, services, policies and/or procedures
•Monitors flow and quality of work to assure timely completion of workload and adherence to facility’s standards and regulations
•Monitors work performance and prepares and/or reviews performance evaluations for assigned personnel. Interviews applicants and recommends qualified individuals for hire
•Advises on changes, additions and/or modifications to Electrical System. Reviews, evaluates, and recommends approval of plans for construction
•Interviews independent contractors to receive and analyze bids, including blueprint analysis of proposed changes. Recommendations to administration for consideration. Negotiates with outside vendors for preferred agreements
Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering or related field. Six (6) years advanced experience in system design, maintenance and operations, project engineering, and/or construction administration in institutional, commercial, or industrial buildings. An advanced technology degree may be substituted for no more than one year of the total additional experience required.
A bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering is highly preferred
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