Are you a skilled professional ready to make a lasting impact on healthcare design? We’re seeking a dynamic and motivated individual to join our team as a Plan Reviewer with Construction Review Services. Construction Review helps people design health- and residential-care facilities that support safe care. You’ll play a pivotal role in ensuring health care facilities meet state and federal standards, promoting excellence in patient care and safety.
Reviewing and evaluating construction documents and functional programs to verify compliance with applicable State and Federal codes and regulations which includes architectural, fire and life safety, mechanical/electrical, and public health.
Leading pre-design, design, and plan review conferences with owners, architectural firms, professional engineers to identify compliance issues early in the process.
Working with teams to find compliant solutions to difficult design problems.
What we’re looking for (required qualifications)
Note: Experience defined below may have been gained through paid or unpaid activities.Please ensure any relevant experience defined below is outlined in your cover letter, resume, and/or applicant profile.
A Bachelor’s degree or higher involving major study in architecture, engineering, or closely allied field; and three or more years’ experience in reviewing plans or buildings for compliance with construction and code requirements. OR
7 or more years lived experience in managing and administering regulatory compliance and/or facility management operations within heath care facilities. Ability to read and interpret construction plans. Certification as plan reviewer or equivalent within 18 months of initial hire. OR
Demonstrated advanced proficiency in health care regulation and inspection through at least 3 years prior service within the program at a Construction Project Coordinator 2 level or higher. Demonstrated ability to read and interpret construction plans. Demonstrated judgement and communication in crucial conversations. Certification as ICC plan reviewer or equivalent.
The Department of Health (DOH) works with others to protect and improve the health of all people in Washington state. We are committed to our cornerstone values of Equity, Innovation, and Engagement (EIE) to re-energize our commitment to health for all — creating policies and conditions so everyone can live their healthiest lives. We cannot embark on this journey alone. We must collaborate with communities, community-based organizations, local public health entities, governmental partners, health care providers and systems, the private sector, Tribal Nations, and many, many more. Infusing our agency’s values into how we transform our services, go about our activities, and strengthen our core work, is critical to the bright and robust future ahead.