To be part of our organization, every employee should understand and share in the YNHHS Vision, support our Mission, and live our Values. These values—integrity, patient-centered, respect, accountability, and compassion—must guide what we do, as individuals and professionals, every day.
This position is responsible for development and implementation of new programs across the Health System to increase energy efficiency in all areas of energy utilization, minimization of consumption, reduction in commodity costs, reductions of carbon footprint and fostering an energy-sensitive culture. Further, this position is responsible for provide oversight and professional consultation, directly or in conjunction with contracted consultants, for matters of facilities regulatory compliance and readiness for regulatory inspections and surveys.
At a minimum, this position requires a bachelor's degree in Engineering or related applied physical sciences.
A minimum of ten years of experience in healthcare facilities operations and facilities regulatory compliance.
None are specifically required. Although certifications are not a prerequisite to filling this position, it is expected that continuing education credits are earned annually to further knowledge in this relatively new and expanding area of expertise. With the period of one year, certification in ?LEED? or other similar program is required. Further, on-going seminar and conference attendance will be necessary to keep abreast with ever-changing regulatory codes, standards and their interpretations.
This position requires outstanding organizational, interpersonal, leadership and team-building skills. Basic computer literacy is a must. It is also necessary to possess engineering and analytical skills dealing with cause and effect and the application of foundational science principles. A working knowledge of facilities infrastructure systems is critical to success in this position
This position requires time spent in mechanical spaces which may include higher temperature, humidity and noise levels. In addition, routine travel between System hospitals will be required.