Executive Directors- Luxury Senior Communities Throughout California!
Oakmont Senior Living is a well-known developer of luxury senior living communities and has built over 30 senior communities in the western US. We are an innovative, dynamic, and growing team committed to providing exceptional service to our residents with caring staff and a fun, supportive, team atmosphere. Oakmont is a growing company with a vision to provide housing for the next generation of seniors. We are currently seeking a skilled and experienced Executive Directors to lead our amazing teams throughout California!
Our Executive Directors are the leaders that highly influence the success of each of our communities. They are responsible for the efficient operations and overall management and direction of the day-to-day functions of their community.
•Assume the administrative authority, responsibility and accountability of directing the overall management and control of the activities and programs of the Community, its residents, its employees and financial assets.
•Interview, hire, monitor, motivate, reward, train, retain and counsel department managers in accordance with company policy.
•Develops an administrative plan and procedures to ensure clear definition of lines of responsibility, equitable workloads and adequate supervision of all employees.
•Lead daily "Stand-Up" meetings to communicate key issues within the Community.
•Familiar with and responsible for implementing the Community's compliance with corporate policies and procedures, as well as all laws, regulations, and legal requirements governing the operation of the property. Ensures that the all policies governing the property are carried out and closely monitored.
•Assure implementation of all operating and financial controls required under company policy. Considers all expenditures within the constraints of budget. Supervises maintenance of financial records, including billing, payroll, accounts payable and accounts receivables.
•Responsible for the annual budget and financial performance of the community, operating within the approved budget, meeting or exceeding established outcomes and company's targeted operating income.
•Represent the property in dealing with outside agencies, including governmental agencies. Participate in property surveys (inspections) made by authorized government agencies.
•Responsible for resident census and for all requested/required Marketing reports.
•Responsible for the workplace safety including, but not limited to, active Safety Committee, adherence to all OSHA requirements, proper safety training for all employees, Injury and Illness Prevention Plan, Hazard Communications Plan, Exposure Control Plan and management of workers' compensation injuries.
•Maintain the physical property and services necessary to support the safety, health and well-being of the residents in accordance with Company policy. Assure that residents accepted are at appropriate level of care for property licensure.
•Complete all hours of state mandated continuing education yearly, and ensure management team complies with their continuing education program requirements.
•Maintain all required certifications/licensures and training as required by state law and company policy.
•Demonstrate flexibility in work schedule as evidenced by working holidays, evenings, weekends and additional shifts when necessary to ensure adequate coverage within the department.
•Performs other duties consistent with the position as assigned by the Vice President of Operations.
SPECIFIC KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, LICENSES, CERTIFICATIONS, ETC:
•Completion of two (2) years of college and at least three (3) years' experience providing residential care to the elderly; or equivalent education and experience as approved by the Department of Social Services.
•Must obtain and maintain a valid California Residential Care Facility for the Elderly Certification or Licensed Nursing Home Executive Director
•Must be at least twenty one (21) years of age
•Prefer at least five (5) years' experience of supervising and managing employees
•Able to work with seniors and patiently interact with cognitively impaired individuals
•Able to be flexible, adapt and respond to change, make decisions in stressful situations and prioritize tasks and projects.
•Able to obtain and maintain valid first aid certification and valid Food Handler's certification, as needed
•Be mobile and able to perform the physical requirements of the job. Good physical health, verified by a health screening, including a chest x-ray or an intradermal test result not more than 6 months prior or seven (7) days after employment
We offer a competitive rate of pay for the right person. Compensation includes base salary plus commissions. We offer great benefits for medical, dental, and vision; paid vacation, paid sick time and paid holidays.
Oakmont is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer and we are committed to hiring, developing, and promoting team members based on individual ability and job performance.
Oakmont Senior Living is a recognized leader in the Assisted Living and Memory Care Industry, having planned and developed more than 50 retirement communities in the western United States. Our company is dedicated to hearing, understanding and responding to the needs of aging seniors. Our award winning communities and attentive staff ensure that our residents retirement years will be full of comfort and luxury.
San Jose, CA
Fri, 21 Jul 2017 16:27:15 PDT