Job opening in a small hospital located in Western KY, for a Plant Operations Director to join their team. This is a small hospital, low cost of living area, therefore the salary does reflect this.
The Director of Plant Operations is directly responsible to the CEO. He/She coordinates all aspects of the Plant Operations Department to ensure all functions of the department operate in a smooth, orderly and appropriate manner. He/She plans, organizes, directs and controls the operations of the Plant Operations and Maintenance services. He/She is responsible for design, establishing and maintaining the hospital communications systems, including telephone, nurse call, Lan/Wan, intercom and video systems. Serves as the Safety Director and is responsible for all aspects of the safety program. Other duties may be assigned as related to the essential functions.
- Must maintain a degree in mechanical or electrical engineering and/or experience in operation and maintenance of power and physical plant of a hospital, large building or industrial complex.
- Must have training or past experience in safety or fire protection, or an Associates Degree or equivalent from a two-year college or technical school.
- 5 years management/supervisory experience and/or training or equivalent combination or education and experience.
- Must be able to work independently, set goals and achieve results.
- Must be able to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating instructions and procedure manuals.
- Must possess good communication skills in order to effectively work with other departments.
We have 4 buildings offsite that this person would be responsible for. They are clinics, 3 stand alone and a medical office building with several clinics within.
We are licensed for 75 beds.
They supervise 2 full time employees, we do not have security and EVS is supervised by another director.
Located in the rolling hills of southern Kentucky, this city offers a unique blend of history and progressive achievement, and of rural charm and industrial technology, all in one of Kentucky’s oldest and most historic counties. The city features an historic downtown area that is home to several antique shops. Downtown also has a Historic Walking Tour, and much of the center of the city is on the National Register of Historic Places. Many buildings built in the early to late 1800s have been preserved and are currently used by local businesses. Recreational opportunities are everywhere in this County. Nearby, beautiful Lake Malone provides plenty of opportunities for boating, swimming and fishing. Running through this secluded wilderness is Laurel Trail, providing picturesque views of many rock walls, once used as Native American shelters, as well as mountain laurel, holly, dogwood, wildflowers and a rich tapestry of native flora. The nearby Red River is a favorite for canoeing. The city has a popular city park system as well. They even have a fitness and aquatics facility for families and individuals. The center houses two indoor swimming pools, two racquetball courts, an aerobic center, fitness center, indoor walking track and cardiovascular center.
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