Executive Director, Facilities Management
Experience Unlike Any Other
We are a nationally-recognized academic medical center, a Level 1 Trauma Center and the primary partner of UT Health San Antonio. We are the future of healthcare, making a difference in the lives of our patients. Our advancement of medical knowledge through clinical research, our massive expansion and our ranking as one of the best hospitals in South Texas have created a critical need for the best, highly qualified individuals to join our team. We are in search of a highly talented and unique individual who will thrive in an active environment and is truly committed to helping those in need.
The Executive Director manages University Health System's Facilities Management department ensuring appropriate management concepts, techniques, and tools are maintained at a high level with maximum results. The Executive Director provides efficient management of the department through schedules and controls, procurement and proper use and storage of equipment and supplies, and sound fiscal and productivity principles. Directly responsible for ensuring building, grounds, machinery, utilities, and distribution systems are maintained in excellent operating condition and repaired promptly and efficiently, as well as the development and implementation of capital improvements and the delivery of capital projects in order to provide and maintain a safe, comfortable environment for patients, visitors and staff at all Health System locations.
Bachelor's degree in Engineering, Healthcare Administration or other applicable degree is required.
A Master's degree is highly preferred, preferably in Mechanical or Electrical, supplemented with specialized training in facilities or central utility plant management and ten years of managerial experience in a 500+ bed hospital.
Background experience to include one of the following: Minimum of ten years' experience in healthcare engineering and/or fire protection or minimum of five years' experience in performing physical surveys of the facility and conducting building evaluations for compliance with the appropriate regulatory agencies.
Preferred designation as Certified Healthcare Facility Manager (CHFM) through the American Hospital Association (AHA).