Environmental Services Director

Glen Meadows Retirement Community
Glen Arm, MD
May 19, 2022
May 22, 2022
Full Time
The Environmental Services Director is responsible for providing a clean, sanitary, safe and attractive environment for residents, family members, visitors and employees. Assures efficient functioning of all campus electrical, utility and mechanical systems and physical structures. Oversees and manages the campus environmental services function and personnel. Negotiates environmental services-related contracts as necessary. Manages all campus renovation, expansion and new construction projects. This positions serves as the community Safety Officer. The Safety Officer monitors and coordinates the campus safety program, including: OSHA compliance; program development improvement; safety inspections and training. The role also serves as the Chairperson of the Risk Management Committee.Qualifications:Minimum of five years environmental services management experienceAssociate's or technical degree in operations, business administration, management or related field preferredDemonstrated understanding of physical plant equipment, systems and operationsGeneral understanding of electrical, HVAC, plumbing, painting, carpentry and vehicle maintenanceCDL license preferredWorking knowledge of applicable federal, state, and local regulations, ordinances and standardsKnowledge of Microsoft Office (including Word, Excel and PowerPoint) requiredDemonstrated written and oral communication skillsPrior experience with computerized preventive maintenance programs preferredMust relate well to residents, employees and outside vendorsResponsibilities and Expectations:Manages the campus environmental services function and department, including maintenance, housekeeping, laundry, transportation and grounds keeping.Develops, implements and maintains environmental services department and OSHA-related policies, procedures and objectives.Responsible for the documentation of and/or recommendations regarding the recruitment, interviewing, hiring, training, supervision and implementation of corrective action for department personnel.At least annually, evaluates job performance of professional staff and reviews completed job performance evaluations submitted by the supervisors.In the absence of supervisory personnel, conducts job performance evaluations of environmental services personnel.Ensures environmental services schedules are completed within budgetary guidelines, and adequate staff is provided to assure adequate coverage at all times within the community.Conducts regular staff meetings with all shifts for purposes of planning, coordinating and implementing policies procedures.Develops the annual environmental services budget.Responsible for the financial management of the environmental services department.Maintains fiscal control of the department as measured by monthly financial statements.Responsible for the implementation and management of the computerized preventative maintenance software program.Develops, implements and manages the work order program, including dissemination customer requests and follow-up procedures.Develops, implements and manages the preventative maintenance program and schedule.Responsible for the repair and maintenance of campus electrical, utility and mechanical systems and physical structures.Responsible for the maintenance of campus safety systems, this may include security, fire alarms, emergency call systems, access systems, nurse call systems and patient wandering systems.Responsible for the equipment and systems testing and recordkeeping in compliance with applicable federal/state regulation and Presbyterian Senior Living policies and procedures.Negotiates environmental services-related contracts as necessary.Manages all campus renovation, expansion and new construction projects.Coordinates housekeeping, laundry, maintenance and transportation services with other departments.Manages the campus grounds keeping program, including planning and oversight of landscaping, snow removal and repair of community roads and walkways.Develops, maintains and executes the Emergency and Disaster Plans.Manages the CDL/DOT program, if applicable.Ensures employee access to the Hazardous Materials/Right to Know information.Actively participates in the Quality Assurance Program.Relates directly or through staff to residents or family members to assure satisfaction with the environmental service program.Maintains records, prepares and submits reports in compliance with federal/state regulation and Presbyterian Senior Living policies and procedures.Participates in New Employee, Annual and other necessary education in-services.Ensures maintenance of appropriate levels of housekeeping/laundry supplies and linens inventories.Presbyterian Senior Living is a large non-profit organization comprised of a variety of locations, services and levels of care. Our organization is dedicated to our mission to provide compassionate, vibrant and supportive communities and services to promote wholeness of body, mind and spirit.