The Facilities Services Department within Physical Resources is responsible for the management of all physical facilities on the campus, including the hospital, colleges, research, residential housing and common areas. It is divided into three major service regions (North, Central, and South), a group of trade shops and a group of owned or rental properties with Jefferson employee occupancy.
The department is managed by a team comprised of the five group managers, assisted by the Assistant Vice President for Facilities Management. There are about 116 employees in the department.
Facilities Services Mission Statement
Mission and Values of the Department of Facilities Services
The Facilities Services Department of Thomas Jefferson University exists:
- to maintain the physical assets of all University buildings and grounds;
- to ensure that all University equipment and systems which provide essential utilities are in proper operating condition and are operating efficiently;
- to assure that all buildings and grounds owned by Thomas Jefferson University are aesthetically acceptable and provide a safe environment for its employees, students, patients, and visitors;
- to assure the availability of quality service by creating and preserving long-term relationships with all Jefferson departments by utilizing individual characteristics such as honesty, integrity, personal pride, dedication, loyalty,accountability and diligence when working with them.