Job Postings

Posted SEPTEMBER 3, 2019

Posted 9/4/2019

  

Duke Health Engineering and Operations

Staff Engineer (Two openings)

OCCUPATIONAL SUMMARY: Coordinate the planning, execution, completion, and inspection of designated construction and renovation projects involving Duke University Medical Center buildings and facilities; provide technical guidance and consultation in the review of project plans and resolve special construction problems. 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned.

Coordinate and monitor the execution, completion and inspection of special maintenance, replacement, upgrading, and renovation projects of Duke University Medical Center buildings and plant facilities to include cost estimation and requisitioning of specialized equipment. Coordinate with department personnel and prepare necessary plans and specifications to ensure efficient completion of projects.

Perform construction phase activities for both internal projects and assigned projects by external consultants working through the Design Office. These activities include shop drawing reviews for adherence to Duke University Medical Center Facility Standards, monitoring construction progress and providing field inspection reports, and assisting external consultants in resolution of construction issues as required to conform to design standards and maintain consistency with long term system operational strategies.

Provide technical assistance to Duke Community in planning proposed projects as needed.

Coordinate facility assessments with appropriate Engineering and Operations shop personnel to track capital projects and other infrastructure projects; maintain appropriate database on projects to insure up-to-date information regarding status to include budget requirements and impact.

Develop, implement and monitor energy conservation programs for Medical Center facilities; maintain liaison with building occupants to establish operation procedures consistent with energy conservation programs; plan and recommend changes to existing control systems to achieve cost effective and efficient energy consumption.

Conduct analysis of existing and proposed systems to determine energy efficiency and consumption; review plans, specifications, and equipment for renovation and new construction projects to recommend changes and modifications as required to ensure compliance with Medical Center standards, applicable codes, and University initiatives

Perform other related duties incidental to the work described herein. 

QUALIFICATIONS 

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

EDUCATION/TRAINING 

Work requires a Bachelor's degree in a specific engineering field related to construction (e.g. Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering) and eligibility for North Carolina licensure as a Professional Engineer. For this position, a Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering or related field is preferred.

EXPERIENCE 

Work requires a minimum of 3 years of experience in design, planning, evaluation and project management related to new construction and renovation of HVAC, plumbing, and electrical systems for commercial buildings. Healthcare related engineering and construction experience is preferred. Knowledge of appropriate computer software to include AutoCAD and Microsoft Office. Experience with healthcare related codes and standards is preferred. Candidate must possess effective oral and written communication skills.

Additional skills for success in this position include the ability to focus on details and solve challenging problems as well as the ability to manage and prioritize job assignments to ensure timely completion of tasks. 

OR AN EQUIVALENT COMBINATION OF RELEVANT EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE

Apply here: Duke Health E&O Staff Engineer


Posted 9/3/2019

     

Job Title: SENIOR MANAGER, ENG & OPS 

Job Code: 1857 

 FLSA:

Job Level: 16 

 

Revised Date: 03/01/2016  


Job Family: JF 28 

Occupational Summary

Manage overall engineering, maintenance and facility services for Duke University Hospital inpatient facilities and related complex building systems. Provide professional engineering support for both inpatient and outpatient facilities. 

Work Performed

Manage and coordinate the overall maintenance and engineering support for Duke Hospital inpatient facilities and systems; establish and maintain a routine and preventive maintenance program for the facilities and supporting systems. 

Coordinate planning for maintenance and restoration projects; monitor the execution, completion and inspection of projects. 

Consult and collaborate with other departments, administration, contractor support, and vendors in determining building needs for both short and long term planning; provide professional engineering support to Duke Hospital and Duke Clinic and associated facilities for construction, maintenance and repair needs. 

Review plans, specifications and equipment; inspect facilities and make recommendations in compliance with TJC, NFPA, OSHA, and other state and federal codes and regulations applicable to inpatient service facilities. 

Continually seek ways to improve service and reduce costs including reduction in energy utilization. 

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. 

Make recommendations regarding annual operating and capital budgets to direct report. 

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

Continuously improve technical and service quality by identifying customer needs and utilizing available resources to meet or exceed those needs. 

Identify and develop employee strengths and weaknesses. Prepare development plans for employees. 

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

Conduct periodic rounds in assigned areas in order to provide a secure and safe work environment for all faculty, staff, visitors, and patients. 

Perform other related duties incidental to the work described herein. 

The above statements describe the general nature and level of work being performed by individuals assigned to this classification. This is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities and duties required of personnel so classified. 

Required Qualifications at this Level

  

Education/Training:

BS degree in Engineering   or Management or equivalent degree applicable to facility management.

        

Experience:

Position requires a   minimum of 6 years experience in healthcare facility maintenance operations   of which 3 years must be in a leadership role. 

OR AN EQUIVALENT   COMBINATION OF RELEVANT EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE. 

        

Skills:

Must have knowledge of   TJC, CMS, DFS,   State and Local Codes, and NFPA standards; good communication and leadership   skills required. 

Experience or familiarity with CMMS (Computerized   Maintenance Management System is required

Familiarity with emergency generators, medical gas, and   fire alarm systems; compliance testing and inspections is required

The intent of this job description is to provide a representative and level of the types of duties and responsibilities that will be required of positions given this title and shall not be construed as a declaration of the total of the specific duties and responsibilities of any particular position. Employees may be directed to perform job-related tasks other than those specifically presented in this description.


 Apply here: Duke Health E&O Senior Manager 


Posted 9/3/2019

  

Job Title:  Director, E&O Construction Division 

Job Code:  1035 

Level:   98

Job Family:  22

FLSA Status:  Exempt  

OCCUPATIONAL SUMMARY:  Assist in directing the overall maintenance and engineering services in support of Duke University Medical Center's current and long range projected requirements; assume direct responsibility for the maintenance, construction and/or engineering support for Duke Clinical or Medical Research buildings, facilities and systems as assigned.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned.

Provide leadership and direction for planning, design and construction in support of the Medical Center campus and offsite buildings maintained by Engineering and Operations. Scope of projects includes large infrastructure, renovation and maintenance/service request.

Provide vision for the future of the Construction Division. Determine and implement processes and/or organizational changes necessary to provide quality support for our clients and facilities in the most cost effective way possible. 

Overall accountability and responsibility for review/approval of all infrastructure project budgets and schedules. Also responsible for the success of team estimating and completing service request work. This team includes managers, supervisors, estimators, foreman, skilled craft workers and subcontractors. 

Participate in the infrastructure capital planning and forecasting process, with a focus on executing work according to established timelines and budgets; ensure compliance with Duke standard of quality, building code requirements, and requirements of government regulating agencies. 

Accountable for construction division department budget, including yearly budget preparation and monthly tracking; able to understand complex financial concepts, lifecycle analysis and ROI calculations. 

Direct, coordinate, schedule and prioritize work assignments for the planning, design, estimating, construction, commissioning and documentation of projects, including coordination with other departments as necessary (OESO, Infection Prevention, FPDC, DHTS, OIT, FMD, etc.).

Establish and maintain positive relationships with internal and external stakeholders, consultants, service providers, relevant professional organizations and other educational/patient care institutions. 

Promote a culture of continuous improvement and lean principles; enhance the existing safety culture with appropriate best practices; understand overall institutional needs and respond timely by prioritizing/re-prioritizing work based on changing conditions and needs. 

Responsible for soliciting design and construction proposals, negotiating and administering contracts, evaluating and negotiating contract amendments and change orders to elicit the best value for Duke. 

Act as a liaison between clients and groups at all leadership levels in the institution in order to elicit decisions, find solutions and make progress.

Direct various personnel functions for the division including, but not limited to, hiring, training, performance 

appraisals, promotions, performance improvement plans and recommendations for termination; mentor, coach, and grow all team members in order for them to be successful and reach personal and professional goals; review and forecasting of staffing needs, balancing and making recommendations for insourcing and outsourcing opportunities. 

Perform other related duties incidental to the work described herein. 

QUALIFICATIONS To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

EDUCATION/TRAINING 

Bachelor degree in Architecture, Engineering or Construction Management or directly related field.

EXPERIENCE  

Requires a minimum of 10-12 years of related experience, of which 8-10 years being in a patient care or research facility.

CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS

NCDL and background security clearance required.

OTHER SKILLS AND ABILITIES 

Must have knowledge of JCAHO, AIA Design Guidelines, CMS, DFS, State and Local Codes, and NFPA standards; good communication and leadership skills required.

Apply here: https://careers.duke.edu/s/E6imFR


  POSTED AUGUST 8, 2019

  

UNC HEALTHCARE

FACILITIES MANAGER / ENTRY LEVEL - FACILITIES

Job ID: MAI001C1

Job Description:

The following is a summary of the essential functions of this entry level job. The incumbent may perform other duties, both major and minor, that are not mentioned below; and specific functions may change from time to time. Actively participates and supervises project activity, including coordination of construction activities. Performs general maintenance duties as required. Ensures that a culture of safety is practiced for all areas of responsibility. Oversees and coordinates all aspects of Environment of C are (EOC) and Safety requirements to maintain compliance. Supervises employee time and attendance for assigned departments. Supervises operations and preventive maintenance. Actively participates and supervises repair maintenance and work request activities. Supervises security operations. Possesses the general technical skills necessary to act as a uniformed security officer. Conducts Security Assessments. Employee Security Education. Ability to assist with responsibilities and coordinate activities for both Bio-Medical and Telecommunications. Assist Facility Director with projects and development of policy and procedures. Performs other duties as assigned by Facilities Services Director or as deemed necessary and appropriate. 

Primary Location: Lenoir, North Carolina, United States

Department: CALD-108060-Facilities Service

Shift: Day Job

Qualifications:

High school education with one to two years of specialized training in one or more of the following trades: HVAC, Plumbing, Electricity, Bio-Med, Security, and/or Environment of Care (EOC). Individual must possess valid N.C. driver’s license and proof of driving record.
 

Work Experience:
A minimum of 10 years experience directly related to Facilities Services preferably in the healthcare field; a minimum of 3 years supervisory experience. Previous experience with inspections involving The Joint Commission preferred.

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About UNC Health Care

UNC Health Care is an award-winning, not-for-profit integrated health care system that is committed to delivering state-of-the-art health care and outstanding service to patients. From the mountains to the coast, UNC Health Care is there, providing care to North Carolinians from all 100 counties and from across the country.
 

At UNC Health Care, we are looking for talented, passionate medical professionals to join our growing community and provide the highest quality care to our patients across North Carolina. UNC Health Care provides a variety of career opportunities for professional development and growth for our employees.



 POSTED JULY 29, 2019

  

Changing Lives.

Enhancing Careers.

Wayne UNC Health Care, has built a reputation for changing lives for the better with some of the nation's most advanced technologies and innovative treatments. Along the way, we've enhanced countless careers, by offering superior resources for training and development at our state-of-the-art facility. Our Goldsboro setting is ideal for personal and professional satisfaction—close to North Carolina beaches and mountains, and a short drive to major metropolitan areas. Ready for positive change?

Join us in one of these vital opportunities within the Department of Support Service-Plant Operations and Maintenance at Wayne UNC Health Care in Goldsboro, North Carolina:

Licensed Electrician

The skilled professional we select will maintain the electrical systems of various types of general-purpose and special hospital equipment, including electrical distribution panels, motor control centers, emergency generators, ungrounded electrical systems, and fire-alarm systems. Responsibilities include conducting daily rounds to monitor electrical equipment/machinery; maintaining work areas, tools and equipment; performing preventive/corrective maintenance; installing conduit systems; and testing equipment, voltages, and OHMS.

Required Credentials:

  • Five or more years of active electrician experience.
  • Two years of college; OR high school diploma/GED plus three      years of apprenticeship in a recognized North Carolina electrical program.
  • Experience working with equipment producing greater than 300      volts.
  • Ability to read and interpret blueprints, schematics, and      wiring diagrams.
  • Active North Carolina Unlimited Electrical Contractors license.
  • Working knowledge of electrician-related procedures, materials,      and equipment.
  • Written and spoken fluency in English and the      communication/interpersonal skills to maintain effective working      relationships.
  • Must hold a valid North Carolina driver's license. Driving      record must be acceptable to Wayne UNC Health Care's automobile insurance      provider for inclusion on the Wayne UNC Health Care policy.
  • May be required to drive a company vehicle or golf cart on or      off premises as part of job duties.

HVAC & Refrigeration Mechanic

This individual will troubleshoot and repair heat, ventilation, and air conditioning equipment within the hospital and related buildings. Responsibilities include plumbing, electrical, chill-water systems, hot-water systems, pumps, motors, electronics, freon (refrigerant), and large-capacity equipment care and operations. Additional duties include performing daily rounds to monitor operating machinery; maintaining work areas, tools, and equipment; checking/adjusting air changes; and repairing pneumatic systems.

Required Credentials:

  • High school, GED, trade or vocational school diploma.
  • Five or more years of related experience in the field of      heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration.
  • Freon capture certification.
  • Working knowledge of plumbing, electrical, chill-water systems,      hot-water systems, pumps, motors, electronics, freon (refrigerant), and      large-capacity equipment care and operations.
  • Ability to read and interpret blueprints, schematics, and      wiring diagrams.
  • Computer proficiency to program controls and diagnosis of      problems within the building automation systems (BAS).
  • Written and spoken fluency in English and the communication/interpersonal      skills to maintain effective working relationships.
  • Must hold a valid North Carolina driver's license. Driving      record must be acceptable to Wayne UNC Health Care's automobile insurance      provider for inclusion on the Wayne UNC Health Care policy.
  • May be required to drive a company vehicle or golf cart on or      off premises as part of job duties.

Preferred Credentials:

  • Air conditioning/refrigeration licensure.

In addition to a competitive salary and generous benefits, we offer a friendly work environment and the flexibility to promote work/life balance.

To apply, visit www.waynehealth.organd click on Job Seekers.

Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/D/V 


UPDATED POSTING:

  

UNC HEALTHCARE

PLUMBER – MAINTENANCE 

Job ID: MAI001C5

Job Description

*This position is a full-time position eligible for State of North Carolina benefits.

Perform skilled work of moderate to significant difficulty in the installation, maintenance, and operation of plumbing systems, medical gas systems, steam and condensate systems, fire suppression/sprinkler systems and steam boiler systems.
 

DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES:
 

• Install, repair and maintain all facility plumbing lines and equipment, including hot and cold water and drain lines, sinks, commodes and connecting facilities. Install, repair and maintain fire prevention and containment water lines, sprinklers and system connections.
 

• Install, repair and maintain facility steam and condensate lines, steam traps, pressure reducing valves and flash tanks.
 

• Install, repair and maintain medical gas systems.
 

• Select suitable plumbing and plumbing related materials and equipment to match existing systems and facilities, and install, operate and maintain new systems.
 

• Perform operational tests on plumbing, steam, sprinkler and medical gas systems in accordance with industry standards, building codes and JCAHO requirements and perform tests to meet state and UNC Hospitals operating and maintenance requirements and parameters
 

• Review construction plans and install facilities, equipment and materials in accordance with plans and to meet state, Life Safety and federal codes.

 

Qualifications

High School diploma or GED. Three (3) years of plumbing experience in the installation and maintenance of plumbing systems to include maintenance, installation and development of steam and condensate systems, medical gas systems, boiler systems and fire pump/sprinkler systems.

Primary Location: Chapel Hill, North Carolina, United States

Department: U-56020-MAINTENANCE

Shift: Variable

CLICK HERE TO APPLY!

About UNC Health Care

UNC Health Care is an award-winning, not-for-profit integrated health care system that is committed to delivering state-of-the-art health care and outstanding service to patients. From the mountains to the coast, UNC Health Care is there, providing care to North Carolinians from all 100 counties and from across the country.
 

At UNC Health Care, we are looking for talented, passionate medical professionals to join our growing community and provide the highest quality care to our patients across North Carolina. UNC Health Care provides a variety of career opportunities for professional development and growth for our employees.



 JUNE 21, 2019  

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

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 http://careers.mission-health.org/ 

Mission  Health is an Equal Opportunity Employer, and as such offers equal  employment opportunities to applicants and employees without regard to  race, color, religion, national origin, age, disability, gender, gender  identity, sexual orientation, genetic information, protected veteran  status or any other protected characteristic.


POSTED 6/21/2

DIRECTOR FACILITIES & CONSTRUCTION

Job ID: MAI001C0

Job Description

Plans, directs and coordinates activities concerned with maintenance and upkeep of plant related equipment and facilities; maintenance and upkeep of clinical equipment; and is responsible for design, construction and renovation projects by performing the following duties personally or through subordinate managers. The director will plan, administer and account for the departmental operating, facility improvement, capital improvement and hospital utility budgets.
 

1.1 Maintains an environment of safety for patients, self, and others.

1.2 Oversees all administrative functions related to the operations of Facility Services and Construction Services departments including the following areas: capital budget development and expenditures; operating budget development and management, personnel recruitment, program development and performance improvement, operations and maintenance program development and management.

1.3 Oversees all operation and maintenance of Rex Healthcare owned or occupied properties, buildings, grounds and physical plants including the following: energy management program development and management; computerized work order and preventive maintenance program administration; building systems operations and repair, and planning and implementation of utility systems upgrades. Participates and contributes to the organizations use of and involvement in leased properties. Provides complete operations and maintenance service support so that physical facilities (buildings, equipment, machinery, systems and grounds) may operate at an optimum lowest overall cost.

1.4 Oversees Biomedical Engineering, including maintenance of all moveable and non-moveable medical and electronic equipment on Rex Healthcare owned, leased, or otherwise occupied properties including: service and safety checks; calibration, procurement and maintenance of new equipment, including special medical equipment and service contracts purchased by other departments.

1.5 Oversees and manages all design, engineering and construction related activity for Rex Healthcare owned or occupied properties including: new facilities development, renovations to existing facilities, furnishings and fixture upgrades, and building interior and exterior finishes. Participates in planning, design and involvement with leases and organizational partnerships with other entities as necessary.

1.6 Interacts with all management levels of the Rex Healthcare community, Board of Trustees, governing authorities, design and engineering professionals, vendor, trade, and service representatives, in keeping with the established professional standards and practices of the organization.

1.7 Strives to integrate the combined strengths of the Facility Services and Construction Services Departments. Primary goals are to build and maintain a workforce that combines skills, dedication and effectiveness in providing quality patient care, co-worker and customer support, life safety assurance, and healthy economics to the organization.

1.8 Negotiates and executes contracts which ensure best quality for goods, services, and facilities at the least cost.

1.9 Stays informed and abreast of the best available practices in the field of healthcare facilities management.

1.10 Implements policies, procedures, and programs within the Facilities and Construction Services Departments which consistently reflect the Rex Healthcare mission with regard to patient care and community service.

Qualifications

Bachelor's Degree in Mechanical, Electrical or Civil Engineering, Facilities Management or Business Administration. 

10 years progressive experience in engineering project design and management, facilities operations and management, business operations or an equivalent combination of training and directly related experience.
 

Various training, seminars, classes, technical school training, etc involving commercial construction fundamentals, project management skills, North Carolina Division of Health Service Regulation (DHSR) and city/state codes are necessary. Familiarity with confined space requirements, ADA standards, interim life safety requirements and all applicable life safety codes in accordance with NFPA will be necessary. Ability to read, analyze, and interpret blue prints, wiring and schematic diagrams, business periodicals and technical journals, technical procedures governmental regulations, financial reports and legal documents. Basic proficiency with computers, spreadsheets and word processing software. Ability to respond to common inquiries or complaints from customers, regulatory agencies or members of the business community. Ability to write reports, business correspondence, preventive maintenance procedures and tasks, and procedures manuals. Ability to effectively present information to top management, public groups, contractors, sub-contractors, patients, Rex staff and visitors. Standard computer skills in project planning, tracking and scheduling software, basic CADD familiarity, basic spreadsheet and word processing skills as necessary to be effective within the construction management environment.
 

CHC, CHFM, HCC certifications preferred.

Primary Location: Raleigh, North Carolina, United States

Department: REXH-56050-Plant Maintenance

Shift: Day Job

CLICK HERE TO APPLY!

About UNC Health Care

UNC Health Care is an award-winning, not-for-profit integrated health care system that is committed to delivering state-of-the-art health care and outstanding service to patients. From the mountains to the coast, UNC Health Care is there, providing care to North Carolinians from all 100 counties and from across the country.
 

At UNC Health Care, we are looking for talented, passionate medical professionals to join our growing community and provide the highest quality care to our patients across North Carolina. UNC Health Care provides a variety of career opportunities for professional development and growth for our employees.


POSTED 6/21/2019

MANAGER MAINTENANCE & OPERATIONS

Job ID: MAI001BZ

Job Description

The Operations and Maintenance Manager is responsible for planning, organizing, implementing, and supervising the ongoing maintenance, repair, alteration, replacement, and upgrade of the buildings, equipment, grounds, and infrastructure of the facilities and spaces owned, leased, and maintained by the UNC Health Care System.

 

Qualifications

Bachelor's degree in Architecture, Business Administration, Engineering or related field to acquire knowledge of building construction and maintenance work. Six (6) years of skilled and increasingly responsible experience in building construction, maintenance work, and institutional facility operations of which at least two (2) years shall have been in a supervisory or lead capacity.

Primary Location: Chapel Hill, North Carolina, United States

Department: H-56022-UNCH HBO HOSP BLDG MAINTENANCE

Shift: Variable

CLICK HERE TO APPLY!

About UNC Health Care

UNC Health Care is an award-winning, not-for-profit integrated health care system that is committed to delivering state-of-the-art health care and outstanding service to patients. From the mountains to the coast, UNC Health Care is there, providing care to North Carolinians from all 100 counties and from across the country.
 

At UNC Health Care, we are looking for talented, passionate medical professionals to join our growing community and provide the highest quality care to our patients across North Carolina. UNC Health Care provides a variety of career opportunities for professional development and growth for our employees.


posted 6/21/2019

ELECTRONICS TECHNICIAN - MAINTENANCE

Job ID: MAI001BY

Job Description

Performs skilled work in the repair and maintenance of complex hospital electronic systems and equipment. This work includes the diagnosis and analysis of highly technical problems, meeting complex system maintenance and repair needs and the application of broad-based electronic theory to problem solution. Performs at the highest skill level, with minimal supervision, on the most complex systems in solving operating and maintenance problems. The incumbent in this position performs field supervision at high technical skill levels in the electronic field associated with advanced electronic control and communications systems and equipment used in institutional buildings and facilities. Supervision by a Manager/Engineer is nominal or minimal. Other lead capacity work includes work planning and job assignments, setting and meeting shop goals and assistance in assessing employee work performance.

 

Qualifications

Associate's degree in Electronics or related field (or equivalent combination of education, training and experience).

If an Associate's degree: Five (5) years of progressive experience working with complex electronic systems, to include maintenance, installation, and repair and experience working with fire detection and suppression systems, television systems, communication systems, preferably in hospital or healthcare environment.

If a High School diploma or GED: Nine (9) years of progressive experience working with complex electronic systems, to include maintenance, installation, and repair and experience working with fire detection and suppression systems, television systems, communication systems, preferably in hospital or healthcare environment.

Primary Location: Chapel Hill, North Carolina, United States

Department: U-56020-MAINTENANCE

Shift: Variable

CLICK HERE TO APPLY!

About UNC Health Care

UNC Health Care is an award-winning, not-for-profit integrated health care system that is committed to delivering state-of-the-art health care and outstanding service to patients. From the mountains to the coast, UNC Health Care is there, providing care to North Carolinians from all 100 counties and from across the country.
 

At UNC Health Care, we are looking for talented, passionate medical professionals to join our growing community and provide the highest quality care to our patients across North Carolina. UNC Health Care provides a variety of career opportunities for professional development and growth for our employees.




POSTED JUNE 10, 2019

Administrative Director - Planning, Design & Construction

FirstHealth of the Carolinas 

Pinehurst, North Carolina

Celebrating more than 80 years of service, FirstHealth of the Carolinas is one of the region’s largest and most dynamic health care employers. The Planning, Design & Construction department at our corporate headquarters is seeking an Administrative Director to oversee

operational and financial aspects of FirstHealth planning, design, construction and hospital facilities management. You will develop corporate-wide property management initiatives as you plan, direct, coordinate and supervise Facilities Management and PDC teams. Key areas of responsibility include developing and maintaining a master facility plan and corporate-wide preventive maintenance schedule; ensuring that ongoing design and construction projects are in compliance with standards, specifications and budgets; working with contractors, architects and engineers in the negotiation and administration of related contracts; and assuming accountability for facility management to entity leadership, including hospital presidents. 

Qualifications:

· Bachelor’s degree in Architecture, Design, Engineering or equivalent; Master's preferred

· 7+ years of experience in health care facilities construction, project management and facilities management

· Proven leadership experience and strong planning/scheduling skills

· Demonstrated experience in successful hospital Joint Commission accreditation processes

· Knowledge of AIA contracts and documents associated with planning, design, construction and facilities management

· Knowledge of health care construction materials, systems, methods, processes and techniques, including applicable life safety codes, building codes and construction standards

· Applicable certification in health care facilities management, engineering, design, construction project management and logistics management desired

Take the first step toward an exceptional career.
If you’re interested in taking your career—and your life—in a new direction, then it’s time to explore all that’s important to you. Is it working with top professionals who share your commitment to integrity? Is it finding an environment that’s conducive to challenge, satisfaction and growth? Is it living in a beautiful location that provides a wonderful lifestyle? At FirstHealth, we’re proud to call the mid-Carolinas home, and we’re excited to offer you the chance to do the same.
 

Apply online directly at: https://www.healthcaresource.com/firsthealth/index.cfm?fuseaction=search.jobDetails&template=dsp_job_details.cfm&cJobId=108087

 EOE

 

 

Posted APRIL 25, 2019


Project Manager

FirstHealth of the Carolinas 

Pinehurst, North Carolina

Celebrating more than 80 years of service, FirstHealth of the Carolinas is one of the region’s largest and most dynamic health care employers. The Planning, Design & Construction department at our corporate headquarters is seeking a Project Manager to oversee single-
and multi-prime construction projects. You will assist in the management of large capital improvement projects, including project cost reporting, scheduling and budgeting; plan and coordinate assigned projects in collaboration with associated departments, contractors, architects and engineers; and ensure that projects meet or exceed healthcare regulatory, safety and infection control standards of compliance. 

Qualifications:

· 3-5 years of experience in construction planning, budgeting or design

· Healthcare construction experience 

· Certified Healthcare Contractor (CHC) or Project Management (PM) certification preferred

· Bachelor’s degree in a related field a plus

Take the first step toward an exceptional career.
Celebrating more than 80 years of service, FirstHealth of the Carolinas is one of the region’s largest and most dynamic health care employers. If you’re interested in taking your career—your life—in a new direction, then it’s time to explore all that’s important to you. Is it working with top professionals who share your commitment to integrity? Is it finding an environment that’s conducive to challenge, satisfaction and growth? Is it living in a beautiful location that provides a wonderful lifestyle? At FirstHealth, we’re proud to call the mid-Carolinas home, and we’re excited to offer you the chance to do the same.
Apply online directly at: https://www.healthcaresource.com/firsthealth/index.cfm?fuseaction=search.jobDetails&template=dsp_job_details.cfm&cJobId=107236






UNC Health Care

MANAGER ENGINEERING – MAINTENANCE

Job ID: MAI001BL

Job Description

Manages and directs the activities of the electrical/electronics sections. Performs the highest and most advanced level electrical engineering work in the design, design review, installation, maintenance, repair and operation of electrical and electronic systems. 

Qualifications

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.

Primary Location: Chapel Hill, North Carolina, United States

Department: U-56020-MAINTENANCE

Shift: Day Job

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About UNC Health Care

UNC Health Care is an award-winning, not-for-profit integrated health care system that is committed to delivering state-of-the-art health care and outstanding service to patients. From the mountains to the coast, UNC Health Care is there, providing care to North Carolinians from all 100 counties and from across the country.
 

At UNC Health Care, we are looking for talented, passionate medical professionals to join our growing community and provide the highest quality care to our patients across North Carolina. UNC Health Care provides a variety of career opportunities for professional development and growth for our employees.


UNC Health Care

MAINTENANCE PROJECT MANAGER – MAINTENANCE 

Job ID: MAI001B4

Job Description

The Project Manager is responsible for oversight of development, implementation, coordination, schedule, budget, documentation, turnover, and compliance of construction, renovation, upgrade, replacement, and repair projects involving buildings, grounds, facilities, and infrastructure for the UNC Health Care System.

1. Coordinate work schedule for In-House trades and Contractors working on in-house projects. Coordinate project schedules, deliveries, installations, and inspections with requesting Department and Plant Engineering trades.
 

2. Support Department operations, planning, budgeting, and implementation. Oversee project design and development of projects.
 

3. Provide construction management services for hospital renovation and construction projects, including scheduling and coordination of construction activities with hospital staff and contractors, negotiation and approval of change orders, monitoring and approving construction schedules and budgets, and inspecting work for conformance with user needs and jurisdictional requirements. Ensure project budget is maintained and that items such as costs, schedule changes, scope changes, and issues are communicated to upper management. Ensure operational impacts to the Hospital and to Operations are clearly defined, scheduled appropriately, and manned adequately. Ensure open and direct communications with all departments affected throughout the project, including all direct project support and ancillary departments.
 

4. Implement approved scope of project and determines budget and schedule limitations. Interview, select and negotiate fees with architects and engineering design consultants. Coordinate project design with hospital departments and design consultants to ensure adequacy of design and conformance with hospital design standards. Review, evaluate and prepare comments on consultants’ designs. Bid project and negotiate the contract for construction.
 

5. Evaluate, troubleshoot, analyze and manage the correction of technical, system and construction problems in newly constructed and renovated buildings, including negotiation of warranty issues.
 

6. Represent the interests of UNC Health Care and act as the Owner’s representative on all aspects of the project. Generate and maintain all project related documentation for Hospital policy compliance such as Risk Assessments, project inspection logs, project inspections by State and Federal agencies, and any credentialing agencies. Establish and oversee all project turnovers to Operations. Ensure all required closeout documentation and materials are received.

Qualifications

Requires Bachelor’s degree. Six years progressive experience in construction administration, building construction, or project engineering in institutional buildings. 

Skilled in the application of construction management practices, in reading and interpreting design drawings and specifications. Demonstrated knowledge of the principals, practices, and standards associate with building construction, project management, and building codes.

Primary Location: Chapel Hill, North Carolina, United States

Department: U-56020-MAINTENANCE

Shift: Variable

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About UNC Health Care

UNC Health Care is an award-winning, not-for-profit integrated health care system that is committed to delivering state-of-the-art health care and outstanding service to patients. From the mountains to the coast, UNC Health Care is there, providing care to North Carolinians from all 100 counties and from across the country.
 

At UNC Health Care, we are looking for talented, passionate medical professionals to join our growing community and provide the highest quality care to our patients across North Carolina. UNC Health Care provides a variety of career opportunities for professional development and growth for our employees.


Posted FEB 27, 2019

ELECTRICIAN - PLANT MAINTENANCE - Raleigh, North Carolina

Job ID MAI001BO

JOB DESCRIPTION

Maintains an environment of safety for patients, self and others.
 

Interprets blueprints, manufacturer's specifications, schematic and wiring diagrams, and written and verbal instructions on all electrical systems and equipment.
 

Plans new or modified installations to minimize waste of materials, provides access for future maintenance, and avoid unsightly, hazardous, and unreliable wiring, consistent with specifications and local, state and national electrical codes.
 

Measures, cuts, bends, threads, assembles, and installs EMT, rigid and PVC electrical conduit; power poles and wire mold.
 

Pulls wiring through conduit.
 

Splices wires by stripping insulation terminal leads, twisting or soldering wires together, and applying tape or terminal caps and solderless terminals.
 

Connects wiring to lighting fixtures and power equipment; connects power cables to equipment, such as electric range or motor and installs grounding leads.
 

Maintains control and distribution apparatus such as switches, relays, circuit-breaker panels, emergency generators and related switchgear. Uses pipe and circuit tracing equipment as necessary. When needed, assists other trades with line voltage and low voltage assistance.
 

Tests continuity of circuit to ensure electrical compatibility and safety of components with testing instruments such as ohmmeter, battery and buzzer, and oscilloscope.
 

Focuses on patient/staff safety needs, as set forth in the Rex Patient Safety Plan, the Environment of Care Manual and our Departmental Procedure Manual.

 

QUALIFICATIONS

Education: High school diploma or GED with one year specialty training and minimum of one year experience.
 

Licensure Preferred: ELECTRIC-L

 

Primary Location: Raleigh, North Carolina, United States

Department: REXH-56050-Plant Maintenance

Shift: Day Job

http://jobs.rexhealth.com/job/raleigh/electrician-plant-maintenance/14482/10891414

  

HVAC/R MECHANIC - PLANT MAINTENANCE - Raleigh, North Carolina

Job ID MAI001BP

JOB DESCRIPTION

Maintains an environment of safety for patients, self and others.
 

Starts systems, observes operations, reads gauges and instruments, and adjusts mechanisms such valves, fans, controls, and pumps to control level of fluid, pressure, humidity and temperature in system.
 

Interprets blueprints, schematics, manufacturer's specifications, and written and verbal instructions on all HVAC/R systems and equipment.
 

Charges all types of refrigeration equipment, solders and brazes materials as needed.
 

Calibrates and balances all HVAC equipment and systems as needed.
 

Screws, bolts, rivets, and brazes parts to assemble structural and functional components such as motors, controls, switches, gauges, wiring harnesses, valves, pumps, compressors, condensers, dryer cores, expansion valves and piping.
 

Charges specified gas or fluid into system in accordance to EPA approved refrigerant certification programs.
 

Dismantles malfunctioning systems and tests components.
 

Focus on patient/staff safety needs, as set forth in the Rex Patient Safety Plan, the Environment of Care Manual and our Departmental Procedure Manual.
 

QUALIFICATIONS

Experience: Minimum of one-year experience in this particular field or a certificate from a college or technical school in a technical field.

 Education: High School diploma or GED
 

Licensure: CFC and HVAC Journeyman preferred

 

Primary Location: Raleigh, North Carolina, United States

Department: REXH-56050-Plant Maintenance

Shift: Day Job

http://jobs.rexhealth.com/job/raleigh/hvac-r-mechanic-plant-maintenance/14482/10891413

  

BIOMEDICAL TECHNICIAN SENIOR - CLINICAL ENGINEERING - Raleigh, North Carolina

Job ID OTH01NIE

JOB DESCRIPTION

1.1 Maintains an environment of safety for patients, self, and others. Makes periodic rounds of assigned clinical and support areas to assess operation of medical devices. Notes trends, documents discrepancies, develops and implements solutions to safety related issues and equipment operation. 

 1.2 Promotes and directly participates in department services, special projects, and equipment support initiatives within areas of assignment and specialty. Prioritizes and provides technical response. In accordance with department policy and the organization Environment of Care guidelines. Interacts with assigned departments and areas to ensure service completion, system functionality, communication, technical feedback, and customer satisfaction. 

 1.3 Performs technical related response and repair intervention meet equipment operational requirements, system availability, and technician on-call assignments according to department policy, guidelines, and service objectives. Responds to equipment problems, evaluates, troubleshoots, and corrects problems up to and including those requiring novel solutions and expert diagnostic skills, involving unfamiliar equipment and having high level of acuity and complexity. Assists in evaluating the need to remove, upgrade, and/or replace malfunctioning medical devices from service based on history, reliability, and cost. 

 1.4 Conducts complete performance assurance and electrical safety testing. Performs preventive, scheduled maintenance on medical devices as required. Assists in the development and implementation of electrical and mechanical testing protocols. 

 1.5 Provides data input, updates, and accurate oversight of accounts. Prepares service documentation, maintenance files, and periodic inventories for review and quality assurance. Prepares and provides ongoing documentation in the form of recall and device alerts, monthly input to the president report, department project schedule status, biomed first response reports, and off site travel and labor summaries. 

 1.6 Manage assigned special equipment, installation, and upgrade projects to ensure quality standards, safety codes, policy requirements, and desired schedules are met. Submit ongoing project status reports and provide final work order submit at the conclusion to document completed outcome. 

 1.7 Coordinates, tracks, and assists with the upgrades, modifications and enhancements to medical devices. Submits ongoing status reports and final documentation to comply with regulatory requirements and manufacturer recommendations. 

 1.8 Consults with medical or laboratory staff to ascertain that equipment functions properly and safely. Demonstrates and explains correct operation of equipment to medical personnel. Conducts or arranges for equipment in-service and training. Provides equipment policy and procedure feedback and instruction. 

 1.9 Participates in equipment maintenance and servicing activity to ensure reliability and readiness of medical assets. Assists with trouble shooting, repairs, and corrective measures for clinical, electronic systems and devices. 

 1.10 Submits department special requisitions for parts, materials, and assemblies necessary to repair and maintain medical and electronic systems within health care facilities. Assist with requisition input to the electronic procurement database for final vendor purchase order. 

 1.11 Ensures life safety concerns and patient/staff safety needs remain as a core focus, as set forth in the Rex Safety Plan, the Environment of Care Manual and Department Procedure Manual. Assists with initiation, review, and updates of equipment policies for presentation to the Equipment Management Committee and Hospital Safety Committee.

QUALIFICATIONS

Experience: Minimum of six years related experience required. 

Education: Diploma, Associate's Degree (AAS) in Biomedical Technology, Information Technology, or 

Electronics Technology or graduate of military equivalent technical training program. 

Licensure: CBET, CET, CLES, & CRES preferred. 

Primary Location: Raleigh, North Carolina, United States

Department: REXH-56075-Clinical Engineering

Shift: Day Job

http://jobs.rexhealth.com/job/raleigh/biomedical-technician-senior-clinical-engineering/14482/10862655


Posted FEB 20

Project Manager

FirstHealth of the Carolinas 

Pinehurst, North Carolina


Celebrating more than 80 years of service, FirstHealth of the Carolinas is one of the region’s largest and most dynamic health care employers. The Planning, Design & Construction department at our corporate headquarters is seeking a Project Manager to oversee single-
and multi-prime construction projects. You will assist in the management of large capital improvement projects, including project cost reporting, scheduling and budgeting; plan and coordinate assigned projects in collaboration with associated departments, contractors, architects and engineers; and ensure that projects meet or exceed healthcare regulatory, safety and infection control standards of compliance. 

Qualifications:

· 3-5 years of experience in construction planning, budgeting or design

· Healthcare construction experience 

· Certified Healthcare Contractor (CHC) or Project Management (PM) certification preferred

· Bachelor’s degree in a related field a plus

Take the first step toward an exceptional career.
Celebrating more than 80 years of service, FirstHealth of the Carolinas is one of the region’s largest and most dynamic health care employers. If you’re interested in taking your career—your life—in a new direction, then it’s time to explore all that’s important to you. Is it working with top professionals who share your commitment to integrity? Is it finding an environment that’s conducive to challenge, satisfaction and growth? Is it living in a beautiful location that provides a wonderful lifestyle? At FirstHealth, we’re proud to call the mid-Carolinas home, and we’re excited to offer you the chance to do the same.
Apply online directly at: https://www.healthcaresource.com/firsthealth/index.cfm?fuseaction=search.jobDetails&template=dsp_job_details.cfm&cJobId=107236

 EOE
 

Posted JAN 30, 2019


NOVANT HEALTH

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Or Call Gary Milewski  Office: 336-718-5017

Title: Facilities Compliance Monitor

Job Code: EN2350

Compensation

Job Family: Engineering and Maintenance

Classification: Non-Exempt


JOB RELATIONSHIPS

A. Responsible to: Corp Mgr Plant Eng Compliance

B. Assignments received from: Corp Mgr Plant Eng Compliance

C. Positions supervised: None

JOB SUMMARY

The employee’s Number One job responsibility is to deliver the most remarkable patient experience, in every dimension,

every time, and understand how he or she contributes to the health system’s vision of achieving that commitment to

patients and families.

The Facilities Compliance Monitor will provide support to Plant Engineering management throughout the market or other

area of assignment to ensure compliance documentation and training are current and accurate.

QUALIFICATIONS

Education: Associates Degree Preferred

Preferred

Experience: Five years experience in a healthcare setting with management responsibilities for Plant

Engineering regulatory and accreditation documentation associated with federal, state,

local regulations, including The Joint Commission and DNV.

Required

Five years experience providing support to the Environment of Care Committee in a

hospital, ambulatory surgery center, or long term care facility.

Preferred

Licensure/Certification/Registration: CFHM Preferred

Additional Skills Required: Knowledge of computerized maintenance management systems (CMMS). Knowledge of Joint

Commission, Environment of Care and Life Safety Code standards, and required documentation, CMS

Conditions of Participation and required documentation, OSHA standards for safety training, etc. is

required.

Knowledge, skills and abilities required: Ability to utilize and interpret building code references including

NFPA, and the International Code Council Codes. The ability to read and interpret building plans,

including Life Safety, Fire Alarm, Sprinkler, HVAC and Electrical. Ability to successfully complete generic

and department-specific skills validation and competency testing. Ability to use a computer and all

standard Microsoft Office applications. . Must be very detail oriented. Requires excellent skills with

regard to organization, planning, oral and written communication skills. Must possess initiative and be

able to work independently. Must be able to work effectively with changing priorities. Ability to

interact with individuals of all cultures and levels of authority. Ability to successfully apply customer

service standards. Valid driver’s license.

Additional Skills Preferred:

Associates Degree in Engineering, Environmental Science



Building Engineer

Goldsboro, NC

Wayne UNC Health Care

Changing Lives.
Enhancing Careers.


Wayne UNC Health Care, has built a reputation for changing lives for the better with some of the nation's most advanced technologies and innovative treatments. Along the way, we've enhanced countless careers, by offering superior resources for training and development at our state-of-the-art facility. Our Goldsboro setting is ideal for personal and professional satisfaction—close to North Carolina beaches and mountains, and a short drive to major metropolitan areas. Ready for positive change? Join us in this vital capacity.

BUILDING ENGINEER

Oversee building systems serving plant operations, utilities distribution, energy management, energy plant maintenance, and repair of facilities. Provide expertise in computerization, automation, and monitoring of facilities systems and equipment. Responsibilities include these:

  • Provide technical engineering expertise and oversee all      building systems related to the efficient and effective operation and      maintenance of Wayne UNC Health Care's central energy plant, utility      systems, Life Safety systems, leased/owned/managed real estate, and      grounds maintenance.
  • Serve as the technical lead for the building automation system,      boiler plant power management systems, and the computerized maintenance      management system.
  • Operate the computer-aided drafting tools and oversee the      regular maintenance of current electronic drawings of Wayne UNC      facilities.
  • Serve with the plant engineering director as a technical      engineering resource for the safe and effective operation, maintenance,      repair, and replacement of industrial electrical, mechanical, plumbing,      vertical/horizontal transport, access control, and other facility systems      and equipment.
  • Prepare requests for proposals for systems and equipment.
  • Provide regular reports to the plant engineering director      regarding inspection, testing, and maintenance completion rates, trends,      and other matters of significance.
  • Optimizes utilities consumption through the safe and efficient      application of building automation systems, as well as utilities rates,      where possible, through thorough and competitive sourcing solutions.
  • Develop inspection, testing, and maintenance plans for building      systems and components.
  • Test, inspect, and maintain building systems, as specified by      preventive maintenance programs.
  • Support the director of plant engineering and the      administrative director of facilities in developing capital-improvement      priorities and budget projections for physical plant and infrastructure      repairs, maintenance, upgrades, and new construction projects.
  • Establish and maintain a digital CAD drawing database of      organization building drawings with emphasis on as-built drawings and      coordination of updates of drawings following building updates, changes,      new construction, and/or modifications.

The dedicated professional we seek has these qualifications: 

  • Bachelor's degree in engineering, architecture, or facilities      management, preferably BSME, BSEE, or other hard-science engineering with      emphasis on physical plant infrastructure, technology management, or      computer automation systems
  • At least 3 years progressively responsible experience in      managing plant operations systems and controls
  • Expertise in building automation systems and computerized      maintenance management systems; knowledge of computer-aided drafting      systems strongly preferred
  • Effective speaking, reading, writing, and other communication      skills
  • ISA Certified Automation Professional (CAP) or other related      credential strongly preferred
  • Ability to exert up to 20 pounds of force occasionally, or up      to 10 pounds of force frequently, or a negligible amount of force      constantly to move objects

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