Cobleskill Regional Hospital, an affiliate of the Bassett Healthcare Network, is a 40 bed, 100,000 square foot not-for-profit hospital. It is Schoharie County’s only provider of acute inpatient medical care, emergency care, short-stay inpatient rehabilitation, and many other diagnostic and therapeutic services. Cobleskill Regional Hospital provides critical care to New York residents from Cooperstown to Albany.
A continued investment in facility upgrades is a priority for Cobleskill Regional. The hospital has invested money in advanced medical imaging tools, Emergency Department renovations, upgraded technology, and increased patient privacy.
Bassett Healthcare Network is an integrated health care system that provides care and services to an 8 county region covering 5,600 square miles in upstate New York. The organization includes 5 affiliated hospitals, skilled nursing facilities, long term care, and community and school-based health centers.
The Director, Facilities and Safety Operations will oversee the daily functions of the Maintenance and Environmental Services staff as it relates to hospital building and grounds, including upkeep of walk ways and parking areas. The Director will assure regulatory and accreditation compliance and continuous readiness for supervised functions and is responsible for the Statement of Conditions, while serving as hospital Safety Officer and chairing the Environment of Care Committee.
The Director will report to the Vice President, Non-Clinical Operations. To assure mutual support throughout the Bassett Healthcare Network, the Director, Facilities and Safety Operations will maintain a dotted line relationship to the Vice President for Corporate Support Services and Facilities Planning. In addition, the Director will collaborate with the Network Director, Security, and Network Director, Emergency Preparedness to oversee and maintain the Emergency Preparedness Program at Cobleskill Regional Hospital and provide onsite direction to the Security Department.
The successful candidate will ideally possess a four-year Bachelor’s Degree, or an equivalent combination of education, certification, and/or health care experience. A minimum of 10 years of progressively responsible facility and/or engineering department experience, with 5 years of management or supervisory experience in a health care organization, required.
Familiarity with regulatory codes required, including The Joint Commission, NFPA, and CMS. Certified Health Facility Manager (CHFM) licensure preferred.