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MetroPlus Health Plan: Director of Facilities

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MetroPlus Health PlanNew York, NY
  • G. supplemental Air conditioning)Schedule and oversee routine and preventive maintenance, cleaning and inspectionsOversee maintenance work completed by outside contractors to ensure compliance with contractsArrange and supervise internal office moves and conference room moves for meetings and eventsAssess and change employee seating layouts, maintaining accurate office stacking charts with employee seating assignments.
  • Coordinate internal or external construction buildoutsCoordinate opening, closing or moving of office facilitiesCoordinate extermination activitiesOversee vermin and other environmentally/safety related policies and procedures from Labor RelationsManage the services unit including main reception, mailroom, package delivery, signage and photocopier managementOversee document storage and on-site document destructionMaintain cleanliness and usability of event collateral (e.
  • G. tents, tablecloths, displays)Fire Safety EAP Warden for MetroPlus, coordinate disaster preparedness between MetroPlus, Health and Hospitals and emergency management entities.
  • Certification or licensure may be required.

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