Silverado Associates know that there is no substitute for a meaningful career. We take pride in knowing the world is a better place because of what we do, and we feel fortunate to be part of a family that is unified in this commitment. We get the chance to learn every day, the opportunity to grow, and the ability to help others. At Silverado, it is about ENRICHING LIVES!
We are currently seeking an Administrator / Executive Director to lead our community in Los Angeles, CA! As an Administrator, you will maintain overall responsibility for operations at the community.
PROTECTING YOU, PROTECTING OTHERS: We believe our residents, patients and associates deserve to thrive in an environment protected from COVID-19. At Silverado, vaccines are offered and required for all associates.
Summary of Major Functions:
Provides direction to all community staff and has responsibility for all community operations through key personnel.
Promotes effective team-building and communication with Associates and across Silverado Senior Living service lines.
Administrator is precluded from delegating duties to anyone who is not a designated substitute.
A Bachelor’s Degree or Master’s degree preferred.
For California Communities:
In communities licensed for sixteen (16) to forty-nine (49) residents, the Administrator shall have completed, with a passing grade, at least fifteen (15) college or continuing education semester or equivalent quarter units; and shall have at least one year’s experience providing residential care to the elderly; or equivalent education and experience as approved by the licensing agency.
In communities licensed for fifty (50) or more, Administrator shall have at least two years of college; at least three years’ experience providing residential care to the elderly; or equivalent education and experience as approved by the licensing agency.
Two years of general management in long-term care or related field. A successful track record indicating a working knowledge of regulations relating to managing an assisted living community.
One year of experience supervising others to include: setting performance expectations, coaching, motivating, promoting collaboration and teamwork, promoting company culture, managing change, providing performance feedback, delegating effectively, resolving conflicts, etc.
Must have valid driver’s license, good driving record, and current auto insurance.
Ability to read, write and speak English.
Must be comfortable working in an environment with pets and assisting in the care of community pets, including, but not limited to, dogs, cats, and birds.
Willing to demonstrate passion and ability to work with people with Alzheimer’s disease and other dementia-related disease.
At Silverado, we sincerely appreciate our Associates! Silverado is certified as a Great Place to Work and is on the Top 50Best Workplaces for Aging Services list. Silverado offers competitive pay and great benefits for full-time associates including medical, dental, vision, life insurance, 401(k) with an employer match, vacation, and sick time as well as great opportunities for growth. Learn more about our Silverado Benefits: http://www.silveradobenefits.com
To maintain our world class standard, all offers of employment with Silverado are contingent upon a satisfactory background check as well as drug screening, a physical and TB testing (if required for the position). Silverado also uses E-Verify to confirm work authorization with both the Social Security Administration and the Department of Homeland Security.
Silverado is more than just assisted living. It is a specialized memory care community dedicated to enriching life for the memory impaired.
We believe that understanding all aspects of an individual - their needs, interests, beliefs, personality, etc. - and providing holistic care to nourish these aspects is the only way to truly achieve our goal of providing the high levels of care.