The Regional Director of Facilities Planning and Operations is responsible for working with Ministry Services facilities management staff to assess each property and oversees management of the day-to-day operations and maintenance requirements for all assigned properties. In conjunction with Engineering Administration implement standard facilities management practices, regulatory and accreditation compliance strategies, and design and construction standards and commissioning procedures for all OSF Healthcare hospitals, medical office, and support service buildings within an assigned region.
Bachelor’s degree and five years of facilities management experience, or ten years of facilities management experience in a complex healthcare environment.
Ability to design, implement, and manage programs for facilities management, preventative maintenance, infrastructure assessment, capital program, energy management, accreditation and regulatory compliance. Develop and manage performance and quality measurement and evaluation programs.
Detailed oriented; proficient in financial analysis skills; proficient in problem solving skills; and proficient organizational and communicative skills, as well as good judgment, honesty and integrity.
Knowledge of LEAN, Six Sigma or other similar performance improvement systems. Demonstrated ability to lead work groups or project teams through the design, development and implementation of changes in organizational structure and work processes.
Ability to work on multiple projects simultaneously, while maintaining approved schedules and good working relationship with OSF clients.
Proficient in use of computer, excel program
Master’s degree in an appropriate engineering discipline or MBA.
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