Brant Community Healthcare System
Jan 22, 2019Full time
We are seeking a dynamic leader who is engaging, committed to quality care environments, excels at building successful teams and focused on ensuring positive patient outcomes to join our leadership team. To ensure our mission, achieve our vision and strategic direction of the hospital, the BCHS requires high performing leaders capable of raising the bar in delivering the highest standard of healthcare and compassionate leadership in the provision of exemplary services to our patients and families. To help us achieve our goals the BCHS is focused on attracting, motivating and retaining the very best leaders needed to drive the Hospitals strategies. Position Summary : Reporting to the Vice President, Corporate Services and CFO, the Director of Corporate Infrastructure is responsible for ensuring a safe and efficient operation of the multi-site physical plant, and its utilities in support of clinical programs. The Director plans, organizes and evaluates all activities within the portfolio to ensure that BCHS is compliant with all applicable government regulations. The Director oversees the environmental services, maintenance and parking and security team. In collaboration with the Manager of Planning, Redevelopment and Facilities, this position will also assist in the planning, design, redevelopment and construction process for large building redevelopment projects, ensuring the integration of engineering and maintenance in the process. The Director will ensure the infrastructure, facilities and grounds are maintained and operated using digital drawings and Computerized Maintenance Management Systems (CMMS) software. This position is responsible for ensuring compliance with the BCHS energy efficiency project’s contractual obligations. Position Requirements: Minimum 5 years’ managerial level experience in a unionized maintenance or physical plant environment (preferably a healthcare environment) Professional Engineer with a combination of work experience and equivalent credentials is preferred Ability to read technical drawings with working knowledge of technical trades and facilities infrastructure systems Familiarity with applicable mandatory building and safety codes Experience with digital facility management systems Experience with Computerized Maintenance Management Systems software. Required Skills: Ability to lead and work collaboratively within multiple teams, both internally and with external stakeholders Strong commitment to mentorship and professional development of self and team Expert people-centred leadership and business acumen Ability to role model BCHS values of compassion, accountability, respect and equity. Specific Responsibilities: Directs programs involving maintenance of buildings and grounds equipment, distribution lines for steam, hot water, air handling, plumbing, electricity, refrigeration and sanitation With assistance from finance team, responsible for timely submission of all Ministry of Health and Long Term Care funded Health Infrastructure Renewal Funding (HIRF) and Exceptional Circumstance Project (ECP) funding applications and related risk assessments to maximize MoHLTC funding for our facility repairs. Ensures Hospital Accreditation standards related to Infrastructure are being met. Ensures Hospital’s strategic goals are maintained when prioritizing the activities and projects within the portfolio. Establishes and ensure implementation of appropriate safety programs, policies and processes Contract, construction and project management, including oversight of parking and security contracted services Ensures that all operating budgets within the portfolio are prepared reflecting actual usage of resources and that the hospital building capital budget is prepared on a timely basis. PEOPLE-CENTRED LEADERSHIP CHARACTERISTICS Humility, Compassion, Authenticity, Inspirational, Relationship-oriented and emotionally intelligent CULTURE ALIGNED TO PEOPLE-CENTRED LEADERSHIP Team-based Engagement and empowerment Decentralized decisions Accountability Collaboration/partnerships Openness/ transparency Tapping into collective wisdom of staff Compassion and empathy Patient/ family needs central to all decisions Supportive learning environment Primary responsibilities also include: Safety (patient, worker & workplace) is a BCHS Corporate Priority. The successful applicant will demonstrate good stewardship in the identification, reporting and mitigation of unsafe acts or conditions. The Brant Community Healthcare System (BCHS) is an equal opportunity employer. The BCHS is committed to employment equity and diversity in the workplace, and welcomes applications from women, members of racialized groups/visible minorities, Aboriginal persons, persons with disabilities, persons of all sexual orientation, and persons of any gender identity or gender expression. In order to ensure equal opportunities during the recruitment and selection process, the BCHS provides accommodation for applicants with disabilities upon request.