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Facilities Code and Regulatory Program Manager

Florence, South Carolina

Facilities Code and Regulatory Program Manager

Tracking Code
20193413
Job Description

Demonstrates competency and complies with all laws, regulations, and applicable codes affecting life safety and the physical environment of care.

Manages and ensures effective compliance programs and required documentation.

Advocates a process based approach to manage the business through the Quality Management System (QMS).

Communicates and ensures the importance of the Quality Management System (QMS).

Demonstrates leadership by involving and engaging employees in the QMS.

Applies process management principles and emphasizes a practical understanding of the management, control, and importance of defined processes.

Ensures that quality based objectives are in place and are consistent with organizational strategy.

Manages activities from start to finish, considering all the process activities that they represent, including inputs/outputs, resources, monitoring, measurement, improvement, training, and other considerations.

Ensures life safety within the environment of care and all construction and renovation sites.

Ensures that facilities and equipment are maintained, renovated, and/or constructed in a safe and timely manner that complies with McLeod Health policies and procedures and all other applicable codes and regulations, including but not limited to life safety, environmental, building, construction and OSHA codes and regulations.

Aids in planning, coordinating, administering, and documenting training and orientation for assigned McLeod Health employees and purchased services trade personnel.

Reviews, adjudicates, and manages Action Plans, permit applications, and safe work practices.

Documents and reports deficiencies and remedial actions taken to ensure life safety and applicable code compliance.

Interprets and applies codes and develop, manage, and follow-through to completion action plans and plans for corrective action.

Identifies, gathers, maintains, trends, and utilizes data and to appropriately utilizes A3 root cause analysis to develop meaningful and useful reports beneficial in the proactive improvement of life safety within the environment of care and McLeod Health facilities.

Works collaboratively with a broad spectrum of others across the organization.

Performs decontamination procedures as appropriate.

Inspects rated barrier walls, rated doors, and fire and smoke dampers.

Inspects fire sprinklers, fire alarm systems, and fire alarm enunciation systems.

Inspects kitchen hoods and fire suppression systems.

Teaches and certifies in-house code regulatory officers to conduct inspections of rated barrier walls, rated doors, fire and smoke dampers, fire sprinklers, fire alarm systems, fire alarm enunciation systems, kitchen hoods, and fire suppression systems.

Identities, prioritizes, and schedules workflow of department for highest and best efficiency.

Works all shifts and weekends, when necessary.

Job responsibilities include those listed in competency document.

Requires the ability to work under/handle stressful situations.

Must be a quick thinker and able to displays positive emotional behavior, as well as apply positive social skills with co-workers, vendors, customers, and patients.

Performs other duties as assigned.

Qualifications/Education/Training:

Ten (10) years of experience as a Code Enforcement Officer (combination commercial classification) is required.

Adept computer skills, including word processing and spreadsheet applications are required for this position.

Requires a valid SC Driver’s License.

Licenses and/or Certifications:

Position requires a Commercial Building Inspector’s license, including technical classifications: COMMERCIAL PLUMBING INSPECTOR, COMMERCIAL BUILDING INSPECTOR, COMMERCIAL MECHANICAL INSPECTOR, COMMERCIAL ELECTRICAL INSPECTOR, as issued by the South Carolina Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation, South Carolina Building Codes Council.

Position requires OSHA 30 certification.

Additional licenses and/or certifications that demonstrate additional mastery of engineering, life safety, or code enforcement will be considered beneficial.

Job Location
Florence, South Carolina, United States
Position Type
Full-Time/Regular
Position Type Details
Full-Time
Physical Address
CSC Building - 1145 East Day Street

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