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Under general direction of the Environmental Services Manager, responsible for the supervision and coordination of EVS and Linen Services operations. Coordinate and supervise up to 120 full time custodians. Responsible for solving long range problems and planning, organizing and directing EVS operations in coordination with the Department Head. Oversees appropriate use of cleaning and disinfecting procedures based on the regulatory requirements for a health care facility; ensures responsive customer service and building security. Oversees policies, procedures, and programs to improve operational performance.
Maintains a continuous quality improvement program and technical training programs for staff. Provides assistance for a full range of personnel and labor relations activities, including recruitment, hiring, evaluations, staff development, and discipline. Supervises quality control measures and procurement of equipment and supplies. Ensures maintenance of required record keeping systems. Works in conjunction with Construction managers on cleaning aspects within the Environmental Services Department. Responsible for personnel administration, building maintenance, and other related duties.
High school Diploma.
Three (3) years of custodial operations experience including one (1) year of supervisory experience in a large, complex healthcare system; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
Experience with government, regulatory, and industry codes, policies, standards and requirements involving a Healthcare facility such as DEH, CDPH, TJC, OSHA, CMS, EOC hazardous and bio-hazardous waste handling, sterile cleaning procedures, and infection control requirements, codes and policies.
Experience developing, implementing, and delivering a variety of training activities to establish and maintain work standards, adhere to health and safety requirements, and to develop competencies and leadership skills among staff.
Knowledge of procedures for the proper handling, storage, and disposal of chemotherapy and infectious/biohazards waste.
Ability to work effectively under pressures and meet established goals and objectives. Ability to quickly learn operational needs and work collaboratively in a fast-paced, high functioning team.
Excellent communication skills with the ability to communicate clearly both verbally and in writing and able to articulate complex ideas for all levels of audiences.
CHESP - Certified Health Care Environmental Services professional certification.
Demonstrated skill in supervising a diverse, unionized workforce.
Proven knowledge of personnel management, labor relations, and demonstrated ability to apply healthcare environment and business judgment, management concepts, and counseling for all personnel on daily operational issues.
Must be able to work various hours and locations based on business needs.
Employment is subject to a criminal background check and pre-employment physical.
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