Are you a strong, mission-driven leader looking for an exciting opportunity to join an award-winning organization that operates with integrity? If so, a senior living leader in California is seeking a passionate individual to join their team as the Executive Director of their beautiful campus in Southern California. This position will manage and oversee the day-to-day operational functions of the campus, including an exciting expansion of services, to assure that the highest degree of quality care can be provided to their residents at all times. They are seeking a director who will be inspired to be innovative, manage change effectively, and be a mentor and empower the team as they strive to achieve the goal of helping their communities and families live well and achieve meaningful and rewarding lives.
The campus sits on 33 acres of a retired citrus ranch. Its scenic setting features wide expanses of lawn dotted with large native trees, characteristic of the beauty of Southern California. The campus currently offers 56 one-bedroom apartments designed for independent and assisted living as well as Shared Houses that offer affordable housing options for up to 14 residents. The campus is also in the process of an exciting expansion. They are adding a 32-bed state-of-the-art healthcare center that adds skilled nursing, short-term rehabilitation, and memory care to the campus which will allow them to offer a full continuum of quality healthcare services. Residents choose the campus for its intimate setting, vibrant quality of life, and perhaps most of all, the sense of community created by fellow residents and staff.
Assumes campus wide responsibilities as Executive Director, as well as of the Skilled Nursing Center as the Nursing Home Administrator of record.
Assumes the administrative authority, responsibility, and accountability of directing activities and programs. Oversees the planning, development, organization, implementation and evaluation of the activities and programs.
Oversee the opening of the brand-new, 32-bed healthcare center built within the Household Model including, but not limited to, hiring personnel, marketing the center to the greater community, and obtaining licensure status.
Assists in the selection of competent campus directors, supervisors, consultants, and other auxiliary personnel.
Creates and maintains an atmosphere of warmth, personal interest, and positive emphasis, as well as a calm environment throughout the campus.
Cooperates with co-workers and establishes good working relationships with all service lines and departments. Practices team building and promotes good employee relationships in each department and inter-departmentally.
Ensures compliance with all applicable federal and state rules and regulations, reports, data submission, and corrective action plans.
Reviews and interprets monthly financial statements and provides such information to the governing board. Prepares an annual operating budget for approval by the governing board and allocates the resources to carry out programs and activities. Works with Finance to prepare facility budget proposal for submission to the Board of Trustees and is responsible for overseeing the effective utilization and monitoring of the budget. Assures that adequate financial records and cost reports are submitted to authorized government agencies as required by current regulations
Makes written and oral reports/recommendations to the governing board concerning the operation of the campus. Follows established Management Matrix as established by Board of Trustees.
Maintains a good public relations program that serves the best interest of the facility and community alike. Represents the facility and participates in top-level meetings. Represents the facility in dealings with outside agencies, including governmental agencies and third-party payers, or provides an authorized representative of the facility when unable to attend such meetings.
Collaborates with Human Resources in the recruitment of excellent team members and works to ensure they are appropriately oriented, trained, supported, and retained. Promotes the development and advancement of team members. Assists in evaluating operating procedures, job descriptions, performance evaluations, grievance processes, team member communications, supervisory training, etc. Recommends and supports changes in standard operating procedures or policies, when necessary.
Assures that all residents receive care in a manner and in an environment that maintains or enhances their quality of life without abridging the safety and rights of other residents. Maintains an adequate liaison with families and residents. Reviews residents’ complaints and grievances and makes written reports of action taken.
OBRA & Title 22 Requirements:
Ensures that residents' rights to fair and equitable treatment, self-determination, individuality, privacy, property, and civil rights, including the right to wage a complaint, are well established and maintained at all times.
Maintains confidentiality of appropriate resident care information to assure their rights are protected.
Reports all incidents/accidents, unsafe and hazardous conditions/equipment immediately. Follows established safety rules and regulations. Maintains work area in a clean, orderly, and safe manner.
We welcome your confidential expressions of personal interest and nominations of qualified colleagues. Inquiries and questions regarding this search may be directed to Stephanie Collins at Scollins@Leaderstat.com or 614-271-9525.
Bachelor’s degree is required; Master’s degree preferred.
8+ years of previous health care leadership experience is required.
Must possess current, unencumbered Nursing Home Administrator's license or meet the licensure requirements of the State of California.
Demonstrated experience and success managing operations in a healthcare and/or long-term care setting including, but not limited to, program development, team building, strategic planning, budgetary oversight, organizational development, and public relations.
Excellent skills in change management with the proven ability to employ a transparent, collaborative and consensus-building approach that encourages resident and staff feedback prior to implementation of new initiatives or program changes.
An understanding and embodiment of the Masons’ culture including being empathetic and compassionate to those they serve, passionate about serving others, and having open, transparent dialogue, among other things.
Ability to lead a team of high performing leaders and staff and to collaborate, engage, and work effectively with staff, colleagues and members of the community leaders.
Collaboration and relationship building with internal and external partners, including staff, departments heads, board members, community leaders, vendors/contractors, and state legislators/associations.
Knowledge of senior living community development as well as state and federal laws and regulations applicable to the senior living industry.