Facilities and Fleet Coordinator
NATIVE HEALTHFull time Full day
At NATIVE HEALTH, we strive to provide the best health care available for urban American Indians, Alaska Natives, and individuals who generally experience barriers to holistic, patient-centered, culturally sensitive health and wellness services.
NATIVE HEALTH currently provides a wide range of programs, including primary medical, dental, behavioral health, WIC (available at four sites), and community health and wellness programs.
We provide services to over 18,000 individuals per year, resulting in over 70,000 visits. NATIVE HEALTH is a private, non-profit 501(c)(3) organization and is led by a Chief Executive Officer under the supervision of the Board of Directors.
NATIVE HEALTH is accredited by the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care, Inc.
The Facilities and Fleet Coordinator will oversee all NATIVE HEALTH facilities and fleet management, including the planning, execution, and implementation of operations, grounds, maintenance, renovation, and repair activities necessary for ensuring continuous and safe efficient operations of the physical plant per established requirements, codes, regulations, licensing and accrediting standards and environment of care practices. Project management experience is required as this position will manage all major tenant repairs and improvements, future expansions, site work, and space reconfiguration projects for the organization (all locations, buildings, grounds, and storage buildings) from the planning phase through completion. Manage the operation, maintenance, and repair of the GSA fleet. The position reports directly to the Director of Administrative Services.
- Bachelor’s degree in Engineering, or closely related field or certification as a Facility Manager; equivalent combination of education and experience may substitute.
- Five years of previous facilities management experience, including responsibility for small renovation and/or repair projects in a medical clinic/office setting.
- Two years of previous fleet management experience.
- Experience working with the American Indian/Alaskan Native population.
- Possess a valid and unrestricted Arizona driver’s license (within 30 days of hire if an applicant is from out-of-state) with no DUI/DWI or reckless driving convictions in the last five years. No more than two at-fault accidents in the last three years. Must maintain a valid AZ driver license during employment. Must be insurable by NATIVE HEALTH’s liability auto policy.
- Must pass a criminal background check with a Class I Fingerprint Clearance Card within the initial ninety (90) calendar days of employment.
- Must pass a substance abuse test upon employment and submit to random testing during employment.
- Must have an updated Immunization Record.
- Must have a current (within 12 months) Tuberculosis (TB) skin report upon employment and provide an update annually.
- Must obtain a CPR Card within ninety (90) days calendar days of employment and maintain a valid CPR card during employment.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:
- Must possess excellent communication skills (verbal, written, presentation, interpersonal) to deliver information and gain cooperation/trust from clients, partners, and the community.
- Demonstrated experience in the development of work planning and project coordination documents (e.g., the scope of work, project schedules, and cost estimating).
- Ability to efficiently manage time and multiple responsibilities.
- Knowledge of client confidentially and client rights according to Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA)
- Working knowledge of office software, including the suite of Office products, SharePoint, and fleet-specific software.
- Knowledge of vehicle systems, mechanics, and technology.
- Knowledge of the environmental and safety laws, regulations, and rules that are relevant to facilities and fleet management.
Physical Demands: Subject to outdoor working conditions in temperatures above 110 degrees, confined areas, extreme heights with standard safety equipment, and dim lighting. Exposure to various forms of hazardous energy sources relating but not limited to mechanical, electrical, plumbing systems. Must be able to carry up to 50 lbs while navigating through equipment rooms, on building rooftops and in restrictive areas. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand, walk, use hand to finger, handle, touch, or feel; reach with hands and arms. Must be able to climb safely, ladders scaffolding, and step stools in the execution of duties. Exposure to heights and uneven walking surfaces for inspecting elevated building equipment and requires bending, climbing, stooping, kneeling, crawling in all indoor and outdoor environments. Must be capable of using various forms of personal protective equipment (PPE) as required to fulfill the requirements of the position. The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to perform the essential functions of this job successfully. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Must be able to drive/operate an automobile.
Travel: Some travel between NATIVE HEALTH sites will be expected as and when needed to support the organization.
Native Health is an EEOC, Employment-At-Will, and Native American Preference employer. A Drug Free and Commercial Smoke-Free work environment.
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