Gosnold’s mission is to excel in addiction and mental health treatment, to serve men, women, and families affected by these illnesses and to promote lasting recovery.
**Gosnold will be hosting Walk-In Job Fairs, every Tuesday from 11-1pm at 200 Ter Heun Drive in Falmouth. We have openings for various positions and locations including Recovery Aides, Kitchen Staff, Housekeepers, Custodians, Nurses, Clinicians and more. Refreshments will be provided. Stop by for an on the spot interview, no appointment necessary! Gosnold is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
The Facilities Coordinator works in close collaboration with the Director of Risk and Facilities Management and in doing so, swiftly resolves facility safety and security concerns or implements interim risk management solutions in cases of facility system disruption. With understanding of DPH, NFPA, OSHA State, Federal, and Joint Commission requirements, the Facilities Coordinator works in collaboration with Director of Risk and Facilities Management and Director-level staff and prioritizes communications and requests of staff, fosters and facilitates steady communication, and offers exceptional customer service and support to all Gosnold programs. The Director is responsible to provide information and educate agency staff regarding legal, regulatory, and accrediting facility mandates the organization must integrate into policy, practice, and training.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Ensures building systems including mechanical, electrical, fire/life safety, elevators, etc. meet state, federal, accrediting, and other regulatory requirements.
- Takes lead position on facilities inspections, preventive maintenance scheduling and works in conjunction with Director of Risk and Facilities Management to develop Interim Life Safety Measures in cases where facilities disruptions occur. Communicates with Director of Risk and Facilities Management when risks are identified, plans for remediation, and resolution of problem/concern.
- Guides, supports, and educates agency staff to lead facilities initiatives across the agency. Promotes culture of accountability to achieve goals as reflected by facilities-related metrics outlined in the agency’s QMPI and Strategic Plans.
- Performs regular and scheduled safety audit inspections of all Gosnold facilities to insure compliance with Federal, State and Accreditation requirements. Reports findings to Director of Facilities and Risk Management.
- Ensures regulatory and accrediting compliance, including SDS, Fire/Facility Safety code etc.
- Audits facilities at intervals prescribed in the Quality Management Plan. Follows-up on all life safety issues and works in conjunction with Director of Risk Management to resolve other cited audit non-compliances.
- Effectively manages multiple priorities. Follows on-call schedule, which is communicated to Management and Senior Management monthly and as changes occur.
- Researches and recommends options to streamline services and reduce downtime.
- Communicates consistently with Supervisor and other Senior and Management staff. Promotes culture of transparency, communication, and collaborative problem-solving.
- Ensures positive aesthetic of all Gosnold properties.
- Continually identifies and acts upon areas for improvement. Works through supervision to ensure Gosnold fulfills all licensing, accrediting, regulatory, and best practice standards related to facilities management.
The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must strongly reflect the following characteristics:
- Collaborative orientation with Director of Facilities and Risk Management, VP Operations, Executive, Senior, and Program Management;
- Exceptional verbal and written communication skills;
- Thorough understanding of applicable law, regulations, and standards;
- Able to exercise autonomous, professional discretion and judgment in the performance of essential job functions and duties: works through supervisory process but does not require or rely upon close supervisory oversight;
- Excellent problem-solving.
EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE
- High School diploma and Driver’s license
- Minimum five years’ related experience;
- Strong experience in the following domains:
- Licensing and Accreditation
- Risk Management
- Environment of Care/Safety
- Project Management
UNUSUAL WORK CONDITIONS
- Potential/sporadic periods of long work hours (storm coverage; emergency response; licensing preparation and/or corrective action planning, etc.)
- Must follow Bloodborne Pathogens and other OSHA requirements to mitigate workplace exposure to BBP and/or other toxic chemicals
Gosnold offers a comprehensive benefits program including medical, dental, vision, 403b Retirement including an employer match, Short term disability, Life Insurance, Supplemental Life Insurance, Tuition Assistance Program, Flexible Spending Accounts, Direct Deposit, Personal Home Owners, Automobile, and Umbrella available through a payroll deduction, Critical Illness and Accident Insurance, Employee Assistance Program, Paid Vacation Time, Paid Sick Leave and Paid Holidays.
Please see the Summary of Benefits for specifics