Director Of Engineering-Clarendon (20181472)

The Director of Engineering is responsible for planning and directing all aspects of engineering functions and activities in conformance with the organization's established policies and objectives and to ensure life safety within the Environment of Care. The Director of Engineering is responsible for developing and overseeing programs to proactively monitor, manage, and reduce operational expenses and energy consumption. The Director is responsible Hires, trains, and mentors engineering team members and support staff. Conducts timely performance reviews and solves internal issues. Demonstrates expertise in a variety of the field's concepts, practices, and procedures.
Reports to the Senior Vice President of Planning & Facilities Management
The position requires a Bachelor's degree in Construction Science, Electrical, Mechanical, Civil, or Structural Engineering or equivalent job-related experience.
In lieu of a Bachelor's degree, ten (10) years of relevant experience that provides the candidate with the necessary knowledge, skill, and abilities to perform the functions of the position proficiently will be accepted.
A Mechanical or General Contractor's license as issued by the South Carolina Contractor's Licensing Board, Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation will qualify as the equivalent to five years of relevant job-related experience.
Additional licenses and/or certifications that demonstrate additional mastery of engineering or physical plant equipment will be considered beneficial.
Requires ten (10) years of job-related experience in the field of building maintenance and/or construction. Must adept at use of applicable building and life safety codes, including but not limited to NFPA codes, OSHA regulations, and SCDHEC regulations. Experience working in hospital systems is beneficial. Experience negotiating Contract terms, and provide oversight of Construction projects and Subcontractors.
Work Schedule
80 hours bi-weekly

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