Executive Director (ED)

: The Executive Director is responsible for leading, administering and directing all operations of the Community.

Within the framework of delegated authority and consistent with organizational policies and procedures for the communities served, ensures a quality program of services, sound fiscal operation and good management of all internal and external affairs, thereby providing a point of accountability for all activities.

We welcome candidates with the passion to make a difference in a senior’s journey to aging.

Qualifications: State license current and in good standing Previous supervisory and/or management experience in a related healthcare setting Ability to establish effective relationships with residents, family members, and staff Strong documentation skills Ability to develop systems for monitoring resident health conditions and for ensuring efficient and safe delivery of resident care Strong organizational skills and ability to re-prioritize daily tasks, in order to accommodate fluctuating needs of the residents and the facility Ability to represent the facility in a positive and professional manner Experience in training and staff development Essential Duties: Responsible for hiring, supervising, evaluating, and providing progressive discipline for all staff Oversees the development and monitors work schedules for all staff to ensure adequate staffing for quality resident care Operates within established budgetary guidelines Assists with marketing responsibilities and networks with referral sources within the healthcare community Provides training to all staff members on health-related topics, and assists in maintaining staff training records Acts as a role model to other staff members in terms of professional appearance, communication, and conduct Is responsible for oversight of the resident assessment process Coordinates with team members to ensure that resident service plans accurately address resident needs and are updated as resident needs change Participates in resident and family care conferences Serves as liaison between resident, family, and physician regarding resident health care issues Ensures that changes in resident condition are evaluated, monitored, documented, and effective interventions are implemented Provides oversight of medication management systems, and ensures that medications are dispensed in a safe and effective manner, that MARS is accurate and complete, and that the medication cart is orderly, with all medications appropriately packaged and stored Ensures that systems are in place to effectively monitor resident health concerns such as weight and nutrition, skin integrity, mobility, fall management, and challenging behaviors Maintains an adequate inventory of healthcare supplies and equipment, and follows appropriate facility protocol for purchasing Monitors Alert Charting system on a daily basis Reviews Resident Health Record on a routine basis and ensures that documentation meets facility standards and adequately addresses the residents’ healthcare issues, including identified concerns, interventions, and outcomes Serves as a role model to other staff in demonstration of courtesy, gentleness, effective approach, and conversational techniques with residents Ensures that all resident care is provided in a safe and effective manner, while consistently maintaining resident dignity, choice, and respect Maintains knowledge of current OSHA and state regulations, and routinely monitors facility compliance with the regulations related to resident care and nursing functions Some travel may be required Qualifications: 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 DHSR regulations.

Must be certified and in good standing with DHSR.

Previous experience working with seniors preferred Clean criminal background check Pass Drug Screen Proof of eligibility to work in the U.S.

(Compliant with I-9 requirements.) ex: 2 forms of ID
– Driver’s License or Identification/passport or Permanent Resident ID/Social Security Card Benefits Perks: Paid orientation/training Benefits (major medical, dental, vision, Short/Long-Term Disability, Accident, Critical Illness, Life Insurance) Refer a Friend Bonus Program Masks, gloves, and other essential gear to keep you protected during your shifts Paid time off:

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