The Executive Director leads the delivery of high quality services in a person centered environment. Responsibilities include managing the day-to day operations of the community, driving short term and long term planning activities, serving on the Otterbein Operations Team, and creating a culture of partner engagement. A key responsibility is overseeing the sales and marketing of independent living housing and referral marketing for assisted living and post-acute and skilled nursing. The ED has frequent interaction and leadership responsibility with the local board of directors and community relations
- Develops, presents and administers the community's annual business plan, annual operating and capital budgets.
- Develops, monitors, and reports statistical information and quality indicators used to evaluate operations and to develop quality improvement plans
- Develops and maintains systems for communicating with residents and staff on important issues including the resolution of concerns and complaints.
- Assures operations are in compliance with federal, state, and local laws and regulations and Otterbein policies and procedures.
- Selects, supervises, coaches, develops and retains a high caliber of staff.
- Develops and nurtures a strong working relationship with the campus local board of directors.
- Participates in corporate teams to share best practices and work assignments related to corporate operations.
- Represents Otterbein in community
SPECIAL SKILLS AND REQUIREMENTS:
- A mission-driven passion for serving older adults
- Understand how to place decision-making in the hands of the older adults whenever possible and appropriate.
- Make prompt and accurate judgments with regard to care and emergencies.
- Must be able to cope with mental and emotional stress related to working with persons who are ill, disabled, elderly, and/or emotionally upset.
- Excellent literacy, writing, documentations, communication, and interpersonal skills
- Strong leadership skills
- Bachelor's; preferred in Health/Long-Term Administration, Business, Gerontology, or related field. Master's degree is a plus.
- Current Ohio LNHA license.
- At least three years Long Term Care Administrator experience required
Otterbein Mission Statement
In keeping with our United Methodist tradition, we seek to enhance the quality of life and holistic growth of older persons.
ABOUT OTTERBEIN SENIORLIFE - CRIDERSVILLE
Otterbein SeniorLife is a vibrant, faith-based, not-for-profit ministry serving older adults throughout Ohio and Indiana. Otterbein has an opening for a fulltime Executive Director. Our Cridersville campus, which is conveniently located off I-75 in northwest Ohio, blends the energy of urban life with the beauty of a rural retreat.
Otterbein Cridersville is a 120-acre CCRC that is home to about 200 people who live independently, in assisted living and skilled nursing. The campus has a fitness center including a warm-water therapy pool and opportunities for every resident to achieve their highest degree of independence regardless of the level of care or services required. Otterbein is searching for a strong, mission driven leader to join the dedicated and compassionate team committed to enhancing the quality of life and holistic growth of older persons we serve
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