CAREER GOAL - I am eager to find a leadership position within The Cleveland Clinic that provides an opportunity for both professional and personal growth while allowing my academic and work related skills to drive and enhance continuous improvement efforts, my working capacities, professional skills, business efficiencies and to serve my organization in best possible way with sheer determination and commitment. SUMMARY - Creative, self-starter, team leader and motivated with a "can do" attitude. Goal-oriented, enthusiastic, with high energy level and confidence. Ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines. Great leadership and management skills. Broad technical and business experience. Civil, environmental and fire protection engineering background combined with administration, construction, planning & design and healthcare regulatory compliance. Strong technical background with NFPA, OSHA, TJC, and CMS/ODH regulations, risk assessment and quality procedures. Significant healthcare EPSS and FLS inspection expertise paired with engineering judgments and policy analysis. Organizational leadership and public speaking. Track records of success in implementing and instituting processes, programs and systems. Excellent program management, training, report writing, organization and documentation skills. Engineering management experience Healthcare Regulatory Compliance Risk Assessment Facilities Management Training and Employee Coaching Program and Project Management Process & Continuous Improvement CMMS Construction and Manufacturing Management Team Leadership, Planning & Coordinating Operation maintenance procedures and quality improvement Troubleshooting and Problem Solving Coaching and Employee Development Detailed Field and Design Inspections Corrective and Preventive Actions (CAPA) and Root Cause Investigations Computer programming and web-design Environmental, Quality, Safety Procedures and Work Instructions Environmental Guidance Design Policy Product Management and Development ISO 14000 Data Audit Collection and Statistical Analysis
Regulatory Manager10/2012 to Current Cleveland Clinic Foundation Emergency Power Supply Systems – Cleveland, Ohio
Responsible for managing emergency power systems for health system.
Develops and implements compliance strategies and initiatives related to health care facilities and facilities related equipment.
Determines Emergency Power System standards based on clinical operation needs and compliance with all applicable codes and regulations.
Develops and implements a preventive and corrective maintenance strategy for emergency power systems for the health system, including planned recapitalization at end of service life or following critical component failure.
Develops standard operating procedures for emergency power testing and documentation and emergency power operations for all applicable health system facilities.
Develops and initiates training and operating procedures and ensures staff compliance with departmental and organizational policies, procedures and protocols.
Ensures an effective quality assurance program is in place to monitor all emergency power systems in accordance with safe practice and local, state and federal code.
Performance quality assurance reviews of work completed by assigned caregivers.
Maintains contact with regulatory agencies and generates material for informative and promotional marketing of his regulatory area.
Makes presentations on regulatory compliance topics as requested by senior management.
Writes and reviews regulatory compliance policies, programs, permit applications, regulatory presentations, and training programs while ensuring all materials conform to existing regulations.
Reviews programs for potential legal or technical deficiencies and makes appropriate corrections.
Performs in-house regulatory compliance audits of facilities throughout CCHS.
Provides guidance to other staff with compliance efforts.
Develops departmental and institutional policies and procedures related to regulatory requirements.
Researches regulations and works to determine operational impacts to allow for strategic implementation.
Establishes systems and processes to attract, develop, engage, and retain talented employees.
Creates a work environment where people can realize their full potential in order to meet current and future clinical and business challenges.
Through coaching and mentoring provides ongoing performance feedback to assigned employees.
Performs staffing, performance evaluations, training activities and assists with capacity planning for staff and contract labor.
Supervisor Fire Protection Engineer10/2011 to 10/2012 Cleveland Clinic Foundation – Cleveland, Ohio
Responsible for the development, implementation, management and maintenance of the Fire Safety Program to ensure Cleveland Clinic is compliant with all applicable regulatory standards.
Agencies include but are not limited to TJC, ODH and CMS.
Under the general supervision of the Director of Safety and in coordination and consultation with Institutes and Departments verifies that the Fire Safety Program is in place and satisfactory for all facilities.
Ensures that Interim Life Safety Measurement requirements set forth by TJC, CMS, NFPA, and local/state codes are met during construction and renovation projects and during normal facility maintenance operations.
Evaluates and approves Construction and Renovation Risk Assessment Sub-Committee application with respect to fire safety requirements.
Trains Cleveland Clinic Employees, Management Companies, Construction Contractors, and Consultants with Life Safety and Environment of Care requirements, guidelines, and protocol while working at Cleveland Clinic facilities.
Performs research and sets priorities related to NFPA Code standard interpretations and disseminates accurate information to clinical and non-clinical departments.
Responsible for the development and implementation of OR Fire Prevention program for Main Campus and ASC locations.
Shares responsibility for fire safety budget and assures that all projects are done on time on budget.
Responsible for all Statistical Analysis and Risk Assessments from Data Collection for EOC/ILSM reports.
Responsible for Fire Evacuation Map project, including detailed audit inspections, design evaluation and order installation.
Highly involved member of Physical Environmental Barrier Sub-Committee.
EH&S Technologist02/2009 to 09/2011 Cleveland Clinic – Cleveland, Ohio
Performs detailed field inspections related to Interim Life Safety Measures and other designated targets as assigned by FPE.
Prepare reports and presentation in a timely manner and professional matter.
Insure all the permits issued by Fire Safety Office are properly maintained and used.
Generate and report results to the interested parties with respect to inspections of all trash chutes components via field inspection and database records on weekly basis.
Trains Management Companies, Construction Contractors, and Consultants with LS/EOC requirements, guidelines, and protocol while working at Cleveland Clinic facilities.
In-service training of Cleveland Clinic employees with respect to MedSled, Fire Drills and Fire Extinguisher.
Highly involved with Fire and Life Safety risk assessment initiated by FPE with respect to CRRAS application prior to final decision for approval.
Conduct Fire Drills when necessary and in-service throughout the Main Campus to better improve employee performance with respect to Fire and Life Safety Code.
Member of Physical Environmental Barrier Sub-Committee.
Assist Fire Protection Engineers with fire safety surveys and other tasks.