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Posted DECEMBER 18, 2018

Duke Health - Durham Main Campus

MANAGER, Engineering & Operations

Occupational Summary  Manage and coordinate overall facility maintenance and service  operations of assigned Clinic and/or Ambulatory Services units within  Duke University Health Systems and Engineering & Operations.  

Work Performed  Manage and coordinate the overall facility maintenance and service  operations of assigned outpatient clinics and/or community ambulatory  facilities and systems; establish and maintain a routine and preventive  maintenance program for the facilities and supporting  systems; manage day to day facility management of assigned units while  providing recommendations for both short and long term improvement  opportunities.

Maintain liaison with engineers and other administrative and  professional staff regarding design, construction and maintenance of  facilities, systems, and equipment; review requests for construction or  special maintenance projects and evaluate feasibility and  cost estimates.

Coordinate the planning and resolution of projects related to the  construction, maintenance, restoration or renovation of facilities;  monitor the execution, completion and inspection of projects. 

Consult and collaborate with other departments, administration,  contractors, and vendors in determining facility needs specific  maintenance or renovation projects as well as assessing facility needs  for both short and long term planning.

Review plans, specifications and equipment needs; inspect projects and  facilities and make recommendations to ensure compliance with The Joint  Commission, DFS,CMS, NFPA, OSHA, and other state and federal codes and  regulations as related to maintenance and/or  construction standards.

Carry out management/supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the  organization's policies and applicable procedures. Responsibilities  include interviewing, hiring, and training employees; planning,  assigning, and directing work; performance management;  rewarding and disciplining employees; addressing complaints and  resolving problems.

Monitor and review financial statements and reports and prepare a  variety of operational reports and analysis setting forth progress,  trends and appropriate recommendations or conclusions; make appropriate  business recommendations to ensure the unit is operating  in the most effective and efficient manner.

Make recommendations regarding the purchase and acquisition of equipment, supplies, and maintenance/construction contracts.

Make recommendations regarding annual operating and capital budgets as related to operational unit.

Review and assist in developing departmental policies and procedures  ensuring consistency with Duke policies, state, local and federal codes  and standards.

Conduct periodic walk-throughs in maintenance and/or construction are as  in order to provide a secure and safe work environment for all faculty,  staff, visitors, and patients.

Requisition Number



BA/BS degree in related field or equivalent


Position requires a minimum of 6 years of related experience of which 3 years must be in a leadership role.


Now Hiring a Manager, Facilities Operations to join our team! 

WakeMed Health & Hospitals 

Raleigh, NC

Raleigh Campus is WakeMed's flagship facility and leading provider of advanced health care services. Since its founding in 1961, the WakeMed Raleigh Campus has been a leader in offering one-of-a-kind services and the latest technology with an outstanding commitment to care and caring. Not only is WakeMed a great place to work, but we are also committed to our employees. WakeMed proudly offers competitive salaries, family-friendly benefits, flexible shifts, continuing education opportunities and more.

Manager, Facilities Operations


The Manager, Facilities Operations provides direct leadership and is accountable for the overall administrative, operational, financial and technical plant engineering and operational activities for plant operations, maintenance and grounds function at the assigned facility(s). Ensures reliable and efficient operation of central utility plant services; develops, directs and ensures completion of building, grounds and equipment maintenance and repairs; initiates and directs renovation and capital improvement projects as required; serves as a liaison with other departments in support of capital improvements within their responsible areas.


· 10 Years Facilities Maintenance With 5 Years Facilities Management in Healthcare Required - Or 10 Years Management - Direct Area of Responsibility In Lieu of Degree

· Bachelor's Degree Engineering or Architecture or Construction Management or Related Field Required - And Master's Degree Related Field Preferred

· Certified Healthcare Facilities Manager or Certified Healthcare Constructor Preferred

Work Schedule:

  • Hours of work: 7:30am -4pm  
  • Weekend requirements: As Needed
  • Call requirements: As Needed

WakeMed is headquartered in Raleigh, NC, which is ranked nationally as one of the top ten best places to live for quality of life and is located just two hours from the beach or three from the mountains. The area has been named one of the fastest growing areas in the country and is located just minutes from the famous Research Triangle Park. 

For more information and to apply, please visit us online at and reference job ID: 29248. EOE


Manager - Member Facility Services

This positions will provide support for Angel Medical  Center and associated medical office buildings totaling 256,000sqft.   Direct reports for this position includes 7 Maintenance Technicians .

Visit the Mission Future Ready! website to learn more about the new the new Angel Medical Center and improvement at all of our Mission hospitals.

Role Summary:

Participates  in strategic planning and decision making with expertise in  engineering, facility, construction, and campus management. Provides  leadership for construction, engineering, environment of care,  ambulatory care, business occupancy designated sites including grounds,  life safety, and facility related regulatory compliance. Sites include  healthcare, ambulatory care and business occupancy sites. Provides a  safe and compliant environment for all building occupants. Serves as  manager of day to day operations. Functions as an integrated facility  management team member with Mission Health System (MHS) Facilities  Division. Works in collaboration with all hospital areas involved in the  environment of care.

Required Education:  Associates degree or combined education and experience equivalency. 

Preferred Education: Bachelor’s Degree in engineering or a strongly related area or substantial engineering work experience that is equivalent.

Peferred License:     CHFM, licensed Engineer, Plumber, Electrician or HVAC 

Required Experience:  5 years progressive leadership and technical experience in engineering  or related field. One year experience with life safety and hazardous  materials programs in a hospital or healthcare related facility or  equivalent experience in industry or military.  Working knowledge of  regulatory and accreditation requirements pertinent to health care  facilities, including TJC, NC DEQ, NC DHHS and OSHA. Possess good  working knowledge of energy management and control system, HVAC systems,  medical gases, electrical distribution, emergency power, fire  protection/alarm systems.

Preferred Experience:  Computer  skills including word processing, spreadsheets, internet and intranet  software, email. Experience in managing a budget. Highly proficient in  the skills of planning, controlling, coordinating, and/or measuring  activities as they relate to facilities operations.

Posted September 24, 2018

Vice President - Facilities Operations 


Mission Health located in Asheville, NC invites qualified executives to apply to be our next
Vice President – Facilities Operations

Our Story

The  story of Mission Hospital began in downtown Asheville in 1885. Since  that time, Mission has grown to a hospital system serving nearly 1  million people in the 18 westernmost counties of North Carolina. Mission  Hospital, licensed for 763 beds, serves as the flagship facility.  Clinical services include five member hospitals.  The system is also  comprised of post-acute care provider CarePartners; long-term acute care  provider Asheville Specialty Hospital; the region’s only dedicated  Level II trauma center; a network of over 500 directly employed  physicians and advanced practitioners, and a health plan.  Mission  Health is certified in more than 50 medical specialties and  sub-specialties. It is home to seven Centers of Excellence: Cancer,  Heart, Mission Children’s Hospital, Neurosciences, Orthopedics, Trauma  and Women’s Health.  Our team members are driven by Our BIG(GER) Aim  which is to get every person to their desired outcome, first without  harm, also without waste and always with an exceptional experience for  each person, family and team member.

Mission Health has been named one of the Top 15 Health Systems in America for the sixth time in seven years. Mission Health is fully committed to helping our community Be Well, Get Well and Stay Well.  Experience the difference of an Achievers 50 Most Engaged WorkplacesTM employer.   Our progressive culture highlights and recognizes the strengths of our  team members through innovative programs like StandOut. 

Our Future

Mission  Health’s Board of Directors has completed due diligence to join  Nashville Tennessee-based HCA Healthcare, a for-profit organization  founded by two physicians nearly 50 years ago, and expects the sale to  HCA to close later in 2018. This announcement reflects our commitment to  ensuring world-class, cost-effective care for the residents of western  North Carolina for generations to come. For more information on this  unprecedented opportunity visit Mission Health Moving Forward

Visit the Mission Future Ready!  website to learn more about the new Mission Hospital for Advanced  Medicine, the new Angel Medical Center and improvement at all of our  Mission hospitals.

The Position

The  Vice President of Facilities Operations contributes to the delivery of  strategic and operational objectives by reducing facility costs and  improving productivity, revenue generating capacity and image of the  entire organization and provides a safe and efficient working  environment, essential to the performance of the hospital.

Reporting  directly to a Senior-Vice President, the VP of Facilities provides  oversight and accepts accountability for the department including  approximately 3 directors and approximately 150 staff total staff  members.

The  position is an outstanding opportunity to be a part of a diverse,  engaged and patient-centered health system and to have the opportunity  to cultivate a culture of learning and inspiration while making an  impact on the community.   

The Ideal Candidate

The ideal professional background, qualifications and characteristics for the VP – Facilities Operations include:

  • Demonstrated experience serving as an effective facilities leader within a large healthcare system.
  • Professional expert with the ability to effectively articulate progressive positions and strategies.
  • Relationship-centered leader with a desire to cultivate a sense of pride and growth amongst the team.
  • Ability to develop and grow future leaders.
  • Proven-track record as a trustworthy, transparent, and ethical leader who is well-respected.
  • Strong teamwork, interpersonal relations, communication, active-listening, and analytical skills.
  • Collaborative leader with an ability to implement an effective performance improvement model.
  • Flexible, dedicated professional with an ability to gain trust of leadership and team members within a fast-paced environment.
  • Experience effectively developing and implementing strategy, in partnership with internal and external stakeholders.
  • Ability  to communicate and interact effectively at all levels of the  organization; requires self-confidence but also respect for others,  regardless of position.
  • Experience with development and control of an operating budget for a multi-hospital facilities operations.

Education and Experience

Interested  candidates should possess a related master’s degree or a bachelor’s  degree with a willingness to sign an education agreement for a master’s  degree.

At  least seven years of progressive leadership experience in facilities  management.  Experience in engineering, management of business and  operations services in both soft and hard facilities services, as well  facilities development and construction.

Salary and Benefits

Mission Health is offering a competitive salary commensurate with experience and a comprehensive benefits package.  Relocation assistance will also be available for a successful out of area candidate.

A  Total Rewards program goes beyond traditional benefits to include  employee discounts, adoption assistance, pet insurance and more. The MyHealthyLife TM staff wellness program has been recognized as one of the nation’s “Best and Brightest in Wellness” for two consecutive years.

Asheville, NC

There is a place for you here.  The City of Asheville, with a population of just over 89,000 people, is  nestled between the Blue Ridge and Great Smoky Mountains in Western  North Carolina. Asheville is known for its natural beauty. The city’s  rich architectural legacy, with its mix of Art Deco, Beaux Arts and  Neoclassical styles, is the perfect backdrop to the energy that emanates  from the locally owned-shops and galleries, distinctive restau­rants  and exciting entertainment venues.   Asheville is also home to the  Biltmore Estate, an 8,500-acre estate built by George Vanderbilt and  completed in 1895. There are plenty of outdoor recreation opportunities,  including the Blue Ridge Parkway, national and state for­ests, and  white water rafting.

How to Apply

Interested professionals should apply with a resume by visiting 

Inquiries related to the position can be directed to:

Holly Waltemyer

Talent Acquisition Consultant, Senior