Executive Leadership Opportunity in Senior Housing 22 Magnolia Way
May 08, 2018
Do you want to help shape the future of a Major Assisted Living Community? If so… read on! We proudly offer the highest quality services and care with the warmth and hospitality of home. We provide care and life services for more than 7,000 residents…one at a time. You know, and we understand the importance of making each day a little easier, more comfortable, convenient, enjoyable, and secure. The most important people in our world are the valued residents who depend upon us for their home. Whether it’s offering assistance with Activities of Daily Living or simply holding the hand of someone who suffers from Alzheimer’s, our world revolves around making life better for each member of our communities. At this time we are seeking an Experienced, Service Oriented, individual to serve as the Executive Director. Responsibilities Include: Essential functions Work with the Community management staff and home office staff in all aspects of Community operations, including setting priorities and job assignments. Monitor each department, communicate and interpret policies, evaluate performance, provide feedback, and assist, coach, and discipline staff as necessary. Responsible for cleanliness and maintenance of the Community and grounds. Ensure safety of residents, their visitors and staff regarding Infection Control, Fire, and Safety policies and procedures. Serve as the Director of the Community’s QA Committee and assure quarterly QA audits completed thoroughly and honestly. Conduct routine inspections of services being provided to ensure highest quality. Maintain current knowledge of State Regulations and ensure compliance in all surveys conducted by state licensing authority. Manage all aspects of state or federal government survey processes. Function as primary officer for facility as required by HIPPA guidelines. Ensure programming is effectively managed and marketed. Actively researches and develops appropriate niche programming that reflects and meets the needs of residents and families. Select qualified, appropriate candidates for employment. Ensure training and incentive programs are in place and working properly. Monitor employee morale, maintaining high level of team spirit and unit cohesion. Ensure compliance with employment laws and company policies. Manage turnover. Maintain network of recruitment sources. Manage Community budgets. Monitor labor costs, raw food costs, accounts receivable, accounts payable, and payroll in concert with the home office and the Operations staff. Appropriately handle and safeguard Community funds. Ensure compliance with applicable legal, regulatory, accreditation and reimbursement guidelines and standards. Ensure optimum/maximum occupancy, revenue and profitability for the Community. Develop and implement sales and marketing plan. Keep abreast of market trends and competition. Maximize occupancy, efficiency of payer mix, and developing Community staff members as marketers of the Community. Guide, manage and mentor Community Relations Manager to effectively reach occupancy and revenue goals. Create a culture that trains and supports all Community staff to participate in internal sales process. Effectively perform all phases of external relationship building/partnering with referral sources. Promote occupancy and revenue growth through effective, planned events with community at large, residents and families.Responsible for supervising, assigning significant overall duties and tasks and responsibly directing the work of all department employees with full accountability for the performance of subordinates.Demonstrate independent judgment and discretion. Interview, make hiring recommendations and orient new staff. Schedule and reschedule staff using independent judgment and exercising discretion when creating the schedule and making determinations regarding granting employee requests for time off or other modifications in work schedules. Responsible for tracking attendance and effectively carrying out disciplinary action where appropriate. Communicate and enforce policies and procedures including the employer’s policies and procedures dealing with rules of employee conduct, the employer’s safety and sanitation policies and other human resource policies, and directly discipline and effectively recommend corrective and disciplinary action to enforce such policies. Evaluate performance and effectively recommend changes to terms and conditions of employment based on such evaluations. Develop positive relationships with State regulators, the community at large, families and residents on behalf of the Community and Affinity Living Group. Ensure compliance and understanding of all regulations regarding residents’ rights. Attend training sessions as directed by Regional Director. Must demonstrate the ability to work responsibly as a team member as well as an individual. Must be honest, fair, dependable, respect confidentiality and the rights and privacy of others. Practice and promote Affinity Policies and Procedures, Mission Statement, Core Values and Founding Principles Minimum Eligibility Requirements: · Bachelor degree in related field preferred. · Experience of 3 years or more in a retirement, skilled long term care, or assisted living industry preferred. · Must have work history demonstrating a strong ability to hire, direct, and manage associates · Must be knowledgeable of state regulations. · Must be certified and in good standing with state licensing authority. · Must be able to communicate effectively with residents, families, staff, community and state officials/surveyors, State hospitals and general public. · Must have compassion for and desire to work with the elderly. · Must be computer literate. · Experience with financial reporting and managing multiple budgets. · Must pass criminal background check. · Must meet all health requirements. · Must have valid driver’s license. · Must be able to perform the duties and responsibilities (Essential Job Functions) with or without reasonable accommodation.