Degree or diploma in Architecture, Biomedical Engineering, Business or Project Management or equivalent with related experience
Related equivalent combinations of education and experience will be considered
Project Management Professional (PMP) preferred
Minimum 3-5 years of recent equipment planning and project management experience in healthcare capital development projects
Previous AFP and/or DBFM projects experience and very good understanding of BPS directives
Strong project management, change management and organizational abilities
Demonstrated comfort and experience in a fast-paced, deadline-oriented environment
Strong interpersonal and communication skills and demonstrated ability to foster effective working relationships with diverse internal and external stakeholders
Proven capability as a team player with demonstrated customer service and problem solving approach
Ability to work independently and take initiatives
Strong computer skills (e.g. Microsoft Office, Excel, Project)
Knowledge of Infection Control Practices for Healthcare preferred
Knowledge of Occupational Health and Safety Practices preferred
Experience interpreting policies, regulations, legislation and standards, preferably as they apply to healthcare preferred
Evidence of satisfactory attendance record
Ability to work in a manner that exemplifies the centre’s core values and helps patients get their life back
Should be aware of conditions and measures that may affect the safety of patients, residents, students, employees, volunteers, physicians and visitors
guide the stakeholders in the Furniture and Equipment (F&E) planning matters and ensure the completion of the F&E scope is on budget and delivered on time.
Lead the working groups in the process of developing the furniture and equipment requirements, specifications and the tender evaluation process.
Ensure the equipment procurement activities are following the Project Schedule and work with the Project Manager and the team to create and maintain the procurement schedule to meet the Project needs in accordance with the Construction Schedule.
Maintain, track and report on the budget for the FFE and ensure procurement is proceeding within approved budget and estimated cash flow.
Coordinate with Project Co and other 3rd Party Consultants and work closely with them to develop the appropriate procurement strategy for all the Project F&E and ensure that the Tender documents reflects the scope and requirements of the Hospital and review the equipment contracts and documents.
Assist in preparing requests for information, proposals, business cases and contracts in the selection of consultants, vendors and product standardization.
Coordinate with different disciplines during equipment procurement and specifically with IPAC, OHWS, Operational Readiness and Biomedical Engineering to ensure compliance with the CSA standards, hospital IPAC policies, AODA, and various regulations.
Review architectural drawings, M&E drawings and shop drawings to ensure the FFE is coordinated for the new building all the way through the project and ensure proper filing of all documentation
Update the F&E database and work with other hospital stakeholders to update the asset management system.
Work with consultants and Project Co to implement approved FFE changes.
Assist in developing reports on FFE project status and health, project budget, schedule progress, risks and scope changes to the Project leads, consultants and sponsors and ensure that all the projects documentations and filing is accurate and up to date.
Work with the users to develop and define the standard equipment for WPHC and participate in developing WPHC equipment acquisition strategies.
Follow up on the users-initiated change requests related to the FFE and do the assessment of the requests and provide recommendations through the change management process.
Maintain the F&E inventory and develop plan for the selection and relocation of the existing FFE to the new spaces and coordinate the work with the Move lead.
Works with the vendors, Project Co and Material Management to coordinate the delivery, training, installation and commissioning of the new FFE and ensures the appropriate documentation is processed.
Coordinate the work performed under the FFE supply contracts from the delivery of goods through to the warranty period and act as the main liaison between WPHC and the vendors.
Ensure WPHC policies and strategies are reflected in the FFE procurement.
Collaborate with other Campus Development team members for Operational Readiness, Construction and Information Communication Automated Technology (ICAT) matters
Assist in the coordination of move planning with internal and external stakeholders.
Actively participates in Campus Development committees and task forces as required.
Perform other related duties as required.
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