Construction Management, Engineering, Healthcare Architect
**The deadline to apply for this position is 11:59 pm on 07/06/2020. The application must be complete on Wisc.Jobs in order to be considered.
The Department of Health Services (DHS), Division of Quality Assurance (DQA); Office of Plan Review and Inspection is recruiting for a Capital Projects Supervisor - Construction. DQA is responsible for protecting and promoting the health, safety, and welfare of residents living in and being taken care of in the health and residential care facilities we regulate.
This position can be located at any of the four locations listed below, based on the selected candidate's location.
Madison: 1 W. Wilson Street
Green Bay: 200 North Jefferson Street
Milwaukee: 819 N. 6th Street
Eau Claire: 610 Gibson Street
State of Wisconsin benefits include almost 4 weeks of vacation, 9 paid holidays, ample sick time, a top-rated health plan, low-cost insurance options starting at $31/month for single plans and $78/month for family plans after 2 months of state service, and an exceptional retirement plan.
Based on a foundation in design and construction as well as critical thinking this position embraces an alternate career path while remaining fully engaged in health care construction. This position is responsible for providing program, operations, and staff supervision specific to regulated health care facility physical environment construction document review, and inspection activities under the general direction of the Office of Plan Review and Inspection (OPRI) Director. The Capital Projects Supervisor (Construction) is responsible for the development and supervision of the regulatory staff Architects and Professional Engineers. The position provides leadership and oversight of technical evaluation and analysis specific to construction document review and onsite regulatory activities of the professional staff. The role of the Capital Projects Supervisor (Construction) is to lead the professional staff in their administration of complex engineering and technical functions and programs. That administration is centered on the physical environment evaluation and regulation of health care facilities, the review of construction documents and inspection of health care facilities. Construction administration includes tracking progress of health care construction projects, corresponding with designers, owners and construction stakeholders and other support activities. The role includes coordination with the Capital Projects Supervisor (Survey) specific to the coordination of the physical environment survey portion of federal certification and state licensure surveys for skilled nursing facilities, nursing facilities, hospitals, hospices, ambulatory surgical centers, kidney dialysis centers and intermediate care facilities.
Minimally qualified applicants will have:
Licensure as an Architect or Engineer by the Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services.
Experience providing assistance, coaching, guidance, or training to other staff.
Experience with construction in an administrative or field operations capacity.
Experience with building and construction regulations, codes, and standards.
Experience with design or construction document preparation and review.
Effective communication skills.
Well-qualified applicants will have:
Experience working in a supervisory or management role with duties such as hiring, disciplining, resolving conflict, conducting performance evaluations, delegating work responsibilities, monitoring workload, etc.
Experience with State and Federal health care facility regulations.
Experience with health care construction document review and field inspections.
Experience with the health care survey process.
About Department of Health Services
The Department of Health Services (DHS) is one of the largest and most diverse state agencies in Wisconsin, with an annual budget of roughly $11.5 billion and more than 6,100 employees. DHS is committed to protecting and promoting the health and safety of the people of Wisconsin, making sure everyone can live their best life.
DHS oversees Medicaid, the single largest program in the state budget, and other health and social service programs. DHS ensures that the care provided to Wisconsin residents is high quality and provided in accordance with state and federal law; ensures that Wisconsin taxpayer dollars are being used effectively and efficiently by preventing and detecting waste, fraud, and abuse; and works to continue Wisconsin's long tradition of strong health outcomes and innovation.
DHS works with local counties, health care providers, community partners, and others to provide alcohol and other drug abuse prevention, mental health, public health, implementation of long-term care, disability determination, regulation of state nursing homes, and numerous other programs that aid and protect the citizens of our state. DHS also oversees seven 24/7 institutions: three center...s for the developmentally disabled; a facility for mentally ill inmates; two psychiatric hospitals; and a facility for treating sexually violent persons.