Clermont Park is looking for a self motivated, outcome driven individual for our Assistant Executive Director position who has the proven ability to meet commitments within a successful and dynamic senior living community. Must have an active unencumbered Nursing Home Administrator’s License. With the recent dramatic changes in regulations, a qualified candidate will need to bring 3-5 years of current experience as a Nursing Home Administrator. Along with this experience, you will be well versed in overseeing MDS, rehabilitative and Long-term Care support services, Emergency Operations Planning, etc. We are looking for someone who will provide the ideal combination of quality, current relevant experience, and value to our residents, their families and our team members.
Under the direction and guidance of the Executive Director; responsible for the operational and managerial requirements according to the organizational chart. Plans, recommends, complies, reviews, interprets, implements and evaluates statutory requirements and internal programs, policies and procedures as required and mandated. Responsible for ensuring maximum quality of life for the residents according to the mission of Christian Living Communities. Develops, oversees and monitors the compliance of operating and capital budgets. Supervises department directors, supervisors, leads and administrative staff, according to the organizational chart. Promotes quality of life and exceptional customer service. Promotes and fosters unity, transparency and consistency in people and programs.
•Responsible for the supervision of departmental managers and others, as appropriate. Ensures staff requirements are met.
•In collaboration with the Executive Director and marketing team, oversees the marketing and admission functions to ensure occupancy goals are met. Continually assess economic indicators, marketplace conditions and residents needs to determine strategy needed to achieve targeted goals.
•Responsible for overseeing all agreements/contracts with vendors for required services within the scope of their authority and in compliance with corporate guidelines. In collaboration with the Executive Director, reviews competitive bids and approves major contracts and purchases.
•Responsible for the measurement and effectiveness of the processes in the entities supervised.
•Establishes systems to manage policies and procedures.
•Responsible for development and compliance to an annual review, expense and capital budget.
•Establishes systems to ensure compliance with all federal, state and local regulations.
•Establishes and develops effective relationships with residents, families, independent contractors, volunteers, Board members, community groups, and trade organizations.
•Leads and/or participates in various committees, task forces and work groups as directed
•Arbitrates complaints and disputes concerning residents, families and personnel.
•Identifies, manages, and enforces all policies, procedures and emergencies in the community in the absence of the Executive Director.
•Other duties as assigned.
•Bachelors Degree in Public Health Administration, Business Administration or other related degree or equivalent combination of education and experience.
•3-5 years experience in an Executive leadership position in a Senior Housing community required.
•Knowledge of third party reimbursement systems preferred.
•Demonstrable experience in personnel management, relationship sales, strategic and operational planning required.
•Must demonstrate excellent customer service skills.
•Must possess excellent communication skills, verbal and written (English).
•Proficient in the use of relevant technology applicable for the position.
•Must possess either an unencumbered Nursing Home Administrator’s license in the State of Colorado, and/or possess an unencumbered Assisted Living License in the State of Colorado
•Proven experience in a Skilled Nursing Facility, Assisted Living, knowledge with HUD, and/or Entry Fee Community guidelines preferred, as applicable.
•Light physical effort required by handling objects up to 20 pounds occasionally and/or up to 10 pounds frequently.
•Sits, stands, bends and moves intermittently during working hours.
•Is subject to frequent interruptions.
•Interacts with residents, family members, visitors frequently.
2479 S. Clermont St.
Denver, CO 80222