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The facilities department at NHRMC manages buildings and grounds for our 769-bed, multi-hospital organization. We are responsible for over two million square feet of buildings and 12 megawatts of power generation, as well as in-house maintenance throughout the organization, including CT and MRI repair. We continually work to make our building management systems more automated and our utilities more efficient.
Teamwork and ownership are the basis of our work in the facilities department. We know the work we do is integral to ensuring a positive experience for our patients and their families. Patients are asked to rate their rooms and scores are reviewed regularly to determine how we can improve our services.
In our maintenance groups, a single person is responsible for an area. Team members have the opportunity for direct interaction with patients and staff. When an issue arises, department staff triage and call in other specialty areas within facilities.
Who We Hire
We hire people with a positive attitude, good communication skills, and a commitment to teamwork.
There is very low turnover in the facilities department. We often hire entry-level people, develop their skills and promote from within the department.
Below are some of the rewarding positions we offer in the facilities department:
- Plant Operators
- BioMed Technicians
- Area Reps
- Control Technicians
Ensuring positive patient outcomes depends on the proper functioning of sophisticated biomedical equipment. At NHRMC, our biomedical equipment technicians service CT, MRI, x-ray, cardiac catheterization lab, vascular lab, anesthesia machines, and dialysis machines. We also maintain all standard biomed equipment.
The facilities department offers a team-centered environment where you will have the support, training, and mentoring you need to achieve your professional goals. We provide cross-training opportunities which enable you to develop new skills and pursue new career opportunities.
The orientation process lasts up to 90 days and is tailored to each new team member's experience and training needs. Goals and expectations are determined during the orientation period with a performance review at 90 days.
During orientation new hires partner with a facilities team member who works closely with them to help them develop the skills necessary to function successfully in the department. As part of the orientation process, new employees also receive OSHA training, safety training, and training to integrate them into the hospital environment.