Director of Plant Operations/Environmental Services job vacancy in The Sarah Community (Bridgeton, MO 63044)

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Company name : The Sarah Community
Location : Bridgeton, MO 63044
Position : Director of Plant Operations/Environmental Services

Description :
Job Title: Director of Plant Operations/Environmental Services
Reports To: Administrator – Veronica House
FLSA Class: Exempt
Summary of Position
Ensure a safe and efficient operation of the buildings. Ensure security and maintenance of the campus; ensure the entire campus will be maintained with the highest standard and with all federal, state and local regulations. Establish campus wide preventative maintenance routines. This includes maintenance of the buildings, grounds, and equipment at The Sarah Community.
Directs Environmental Services program, including housekeeping, laundry and floor care, to ensure clean, orderly, and attractive and sanitary conditions throughout the campus I accordance with all state, federal, CMS and OSHA regulations
Essential Functions
1. Comply with all federal, state, local and OSHA regulations as outlined in the Corporate Compliance Program Manual.
2. Understand the importance of customer service and be willing to learn resident/relative satisfaction techniques.
3. Schedules the function of the security guards for Naomi/Veronica House and monitor the security system for unusual occurrences. Regularly in-services the overnight security staff in regards to what to do in emergencies (sprinkler breaks, water shut off valve locations, fire alarms, etc)
4. Ensure the maintenance of all building systems, (boilers, Chillers ventilation/air conditioning, electric, plumbing, air handlers etc.)
5. Ensure the maintenance of exterior of building and community grounds. This includes maintenance of parking lots, the facility lawn, sprinkler systems, trees, plants, and shrubbery.
6. Schedule and coordinate the maintenance of units and public spaces.
7. Conduct annual inspections of units as well as move‐in and move‐out inspections.
8. Respond to work orders in a reasonable amount of time.
9. Utilize the TELS work order system to its full potential in regards to scheduling preventative maintenance and regulatory inspections.
10. Schedules all state, federal and local regulatory inspections in a timely manner not to exceed inspection due dates.
11. Report all unsafe or hazardous conditions to the Administrator and coordinate corrective actions.
12. Interview, select, hire, schedule, evaluate, counsel, and terminate maintenance and security personnel.
13. Conduct monthly departmental staff meetings and document.
14. Work with the In-Service Coordinator to assure attendance of maintenance and security staff at OSHA in-services.
15. Teaches OSHA training at all new hire orientations. Schedules back up trainers if not available.
16. Schedule, set up and document programs for maintenance and security in‐services.
17. Review and deal with problems mentioned by maintenance and security department personnel and work toward their solutions.
18. Participate in the facility’s budgeting process and meet approved departmental budget.
19. Direct expenditure of the maintenance and security department’s funds within the boundaries of the established budget.
20. Purchase supplies and equipment in a cost effective manner.
21. Participate in committee meetings and function on committees as assigned.
22. Keep records pertaining to the maintenance department such as fire drills, preventative maintenance program, lock out – tag out, safety inspections, in an orderly manner for yearly State
23. Direct implementation of and observe all facility safety policies and procedures.
24. Direct implementation of and observe all infection control procedures related to the maintenance and security department.
25. Direct implementation of and observe Resident’s Rights policies and ensure that resident confidentiality is maintained.
26. Direct implementation of and observe facility disaster preparedness procedures.
27. Coordinate and evaluate monthly fire drills at Anna, Veronica, and Naomi House.
28. Establishes standards and procedures for work of housekeeping/laundry staff. Plans work schedules to ensure adequate service.
29. Establishes room schedules for deep cleanings of the Sarah Community and communicates with residents by using established monitoring tool.
30. Inspects and evaluates physical condition of facility
31. Submits to management recommendations for painting, repairs, furnishings, relocation of equipment, and reallocation of space.
32. Assists with the selection and purchases of new furnishings.
33. Maintains budget/checkbook on monthly basis
34. Codes invoices to appropriate general ledger account on a routine basis.
35. Prepares and analyzes reports on labor cost and production operations to determine whether operating cost standards are being met.
36. Purchases supplies and equipment within budgeted guidelines.
37. Schedules and participates in monthly OSHA mandated safety committee meetings, as well as any other committees that the administrator assigns.
38. Observes all infection control policies.
39. In-services staff on all applicable infection control policies and procedures.
40. Responsible for coordinating group set ups and take down in all community common space. Works with the Life Enrichment Coordinator in regards to event set-ups.
41. Assures compliance with all applicable laws and regulations related to the performance of this job.
42. Observes Resident Rights policies.
43. Perform other related duties as directed by the Administrator.
44. Observe and abide by all Sarah Community policies and procedures.
Certifications, Licenses Necessary
The candidate must have at least a high school diploma or equivalent. Must have prior full time maintenance experience of five years and must have at least one year in a supervisory position. Must be pleasant, cheerful, tactful, and courteous when dealing with residents, families, guests and other employees.
Ability to calculate figures and amounts such as discounts, interest, commissions, proportions, percentages, area, circumference, and volume
Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists. Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form.
Environmental Considerations
This position is not normally exposed to unusual environmental conditions, but may from time to time be required to deal with toxic and caustic chemicals necessary for the maintenance of the facility and its properties and equipment. Appropriate training in the handling of such materials is provided in the facility in its Hazardous Materials Program. Additionally, this position will be required to work outside some of the time, and as a result, may encounter weather conditions such as extreme cold or extreme heat in the course of work performed.
Exposure Observations
Occupational exposure is not normally anticipated i.e., skin, eye, mucous membrane, non-intact skin, or potential contact with blood or other body fluid or tissue which contains body fluid that may result from the performance of an employee’s duties. The duties of this position entail category III occupational exposure. This means that the regular duties of this position do not involve exposure to blood borne pathogens. Hand washing, however, is still recommended as a precautionary measure.

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