The Hospital Engineer is responsible for providing professional engineering expertise to Shands HealthCare for a wide range of projects or assessments.
Responsibilities at all facilities include:
Development of SOC documents
Engineering analysis of systems and equipment
Management of selected projects.
Project management activities include project scope definition:
Construction on projects that involved new or existing facilities
Renovations and infrastructure
The PM is responsible for overseeing the activities of architects, engineers, specialty consultants, contractors and sub-contractors, coordinating interface stakeholders, maintaining appropriate quality and design standards, and to manage small workforces of in-house construction staff as needed.
The Hospital Engineer is expected to successfully manage a moderate to heavy workload of projects requiring technical and practical knowledge, utilizing insight and good judgement on projects of varying levels of difficulty and utilizing good interpersonal and management skills.
Minimum Education and Experience Requirements:
B.S. degree in Engineering.
Professional engineer registered in Florida.
Minimum of five years experience in engineering system design, with experience in hospitals preferred.
Extensive knowledge of codes and standards applicable to healthcare and business occupancies.
Minimum two years experience dealing with regulatory agencies, especially Florida agencies.
University of Florida Health is the Southeast’s most comprehensive academic health center, encompassing hospitals, physician practices, colleges, centers, institutes, programs and services across northeast and north-central Florida.
UF Health represents the shared vision and commitment to patient care excellence of more than 22,000 employees of the University of Florida Health Science Center and UF Health Shands health care system.