Environment of Care Coordinator - Plant Engineering, Corporate, Full-Time

Health First Melbourne, FL
To be fully engaged in providing Quality/No Harm, Customer Experience, and Stewardship. The Environment of Care Coordinator is responsible for managing the Environment of Care (EOC) Program at all assigned facilities. Assists in the development, implementation, monitoring, and management of EOC programs, policies, and procedures. Participates in Joint Commission, AHCA, and other regulatory inspections, provides inspectors with appropriate documentation and identifies safety measures. Coordinates Facilities involvement in the Infection Control Risk Assessment (ICRA) program, and works closely with the on-site Infection Control Practitioner. Collaborates with construction projects team from bid, through Utility Management Interruption planning, and punch-list completion to insure project scope and activity meet recognized standards, while minimizing disruption of services.

* The Coordinator identifies Environment of Care (EOC) deficiencies and unsafe workplace conditions in the environment of care, and determines the corrective actions needed to achieve compliance.

* Coordinates continuous Environment of Care (EOC) quality rounds and strives to meet code requirements of the Authority Having Jurisdiction including, Fire Marshal, AHCA, JC, NFPA, and others.

* Continuously monitors code and regulatory requirements for changes. Researches and recommends changes to EOC policies, procedures, and documentation.

* Ensures timely completion of all Life Safety and Environment of Care management plans and reporting

* Works in collaboration with projects team to ensure projects meet regulatory requirements and minimize disruption of services.

* High School Diploma

* Associates degree in related field required

* 3 years in environmental safety role

* Customer service skills

* Strong written and verbal communication skills

* Exceptional critical thinking skills and ability to lead a committee

* Knowledge of regulatory standards appropriate to position