Manages Operations and Maintenance (O&M), repair, minor construction and sustainment contract for Government Healthcare Facilities. Responsible for delivering outstanding customer service, positive employee engagement, compliance with all applicable local, state and federal requirements, while ensuring timely, safe and profitable contract performance.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Responsible for effectively managing and leading a team of union contract employees comprised of various Tradespersons, Administrators and Supervisors to deliver contractual requirements
Responsible for ensuring timely and accurate delivery of all required Government and Company reports/deliverables
Responsible for ensuring timely delivery of all required Government and Company training, certifications and personnel development
Responsible for various Human Resource duties to include but not limited to payroll, hiring, terminations, employee recognition and discipline, performance reviews, conflict resolution, etc.
Responsible for effective inventory management and control of government/company furnished parts, tools, keys, uniforms, equipment and furnishings
Responsible for developing work schedules for employee’s while maintaining compliance with current and future collective bargaining agreements
Responsible for ensuring procurement all parts, supplies and materials required for contractual compliance and operational fulfillment while meeting company and government small business utilization requirements
Responsible for effectively managing various subcontractor disciplines to ensure compliance with scope of work, safety, environmental and quality control
Responsible for negotiation and coordination of all required subcontractor and vendor services
Responsible for the safety of all personnel on job, including subcontractor personnel and vendors
Keeps current on applicable government healthcare regulations and commercial trends, including monitoring contract requirements to ensure compliance with Joint Commission, Life Safety, Environment of Care, NFPA and other federal regulations in a healthcare environment
Coordinates the contract’s progress toward achieving company affirmative action and compliance with wage and salary standards
Other duties as assigned
Knowledge, Experience and Skill Requirements
Must have high school diploma or GED
Requires skills and abilities to foster cohesive teamwork and partnership between the various military, government and contractor personnel
Requires comprehensive understanding of contract scope of work and required deliverables
Minimum of five (5) years’ experience managing and supervising a major hospital facility operation and maintenance program, including the supervision of a diversified work force responsible for operation and maintenance, repair, minor construction and sustainment
Must have two (2) years’ experience in quality control supervision in a healthcare setting
Must have in depth knowledge of various codes and standards applicable to the O&M tasks covered by the performance work statement, NFPA, EPA & OSHA codes and Joint Commission Health Accreditation Standards
Experience includes direct engagement of at least two (2) full TJC surveys in a major hospital facility and or five (5) years’ experience with TJC documentation and compliance
Must obtain OSHA 10/30-hour safety course certification within 90 days of hire or have current certification
Demonstrate skills in objective problem-solving and decision-making
Strong interpersonal skills
Role may require varying work schedule
Licenses and Certification
5 years’ experience in operations and maintenance, preferably in a hospital environment
2 years’ experience in supervision, and a minimum of experience of two trades.
High School Diploma/GED or Higher Education
Valid Driver’s License
Work is performed indoors and outdoors. Required to wear protective clothing and devices when working with hazardous chemicals. Subjected to hazardous gases, high pressure gases, hot liquids, dirt, dust, and oil/grease. Requires physical dexterity, standing, stooping, climbing, and lifting heavy objects to perform duties. Must be physically able to work on ladders, scaffolds, platforms, roofs and in cramped equipment rooms and other confined spaces.
Must be able to pass background check and obtain NALAC Security Clearance.
Possible exposure to hazardous materials, requiring use of respirators and personal protective safety attire and equipment.
May require entering confined spaces such as ductwork, pits, and crawl spaces.
Lifting and carrying varies – dependent on location of equipment up to 30-40ft height.
Ability to push 50 pounds (maintenance equipment); ability to lift minimum of 50 pounds (supplies and equipment)
This job description is subject to change by the employer as the needs of the employer and requirements of the job change.
We maintain a drug-free workplace and perform pre-employment substance abuse testing.
Internal Number: 19-0298
About J&J Worldwide Services
J&J Worldwide Services is a Department of Defense (DoD) Contractor.