Pacific Retirement Services

  • Assistant Executive Director - Rogue Valley Manor

    Job Location US-OR-Medford | US-OR-Medford
    Job ID
    2018-5162
    Category
    Management/Supervisory
    Location/Org Data : Name
    Rogue Valley Manor
  • Overview

    The Assistant Executive Director(ED) will aid in directing the activities of Rogue Valley Manor toward the achievement of established objectives. The Assistant ED will provide operational guidance to and work with department directors in charge of operational functions, and assist in the administration, supervision and management of the community as directed by the Executive Director. This executive exempt position will oversee operating units as designated by and in the absence of Executive Director, and is responsible to uphold the core values of Pacific Retirement Services – excellence, innovation, integrity, stewardship, compassion, and collaboration – in fulfilling all job duties.

     

    About Rogue Valley Manor

    Rogue Valley Manor is Southern Oregon’s only Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC), and the longest standing accredited CCRC on the West Coast. Its expansive campus sits atop Barneburg Hill and is home to nearly 1000 residents. Nestled between Centennial Golf Club and its own Quail Point Golf Course, the community boasts 600 accommodations  (cottages, apartments, and free standing homes), 3 dining rooms, a bistro, state-of-the-art fitness center, indoor pool, tennis courts, craft & hobby rooms, woodshop, dog park and community gardens. As a CCRC, Rogue Valley Manor’s residents enjoy the peace of mind knowing that, should their health care needs change over time, a complete continuum of health care options and support services are available right on campus.

     

    About Pacific Retirement Services

    At our core, we develop, build, and operate communities filled with friendly neighbors, interesting activities, inspiring conversations, delicious food, and plenty of laughter. We also share our experience and knowledge with other retirement communities who seek our management services, helping them achieve excellence and financial stability. All of this is backed by our Health Center teams who’s  services range from skilled nursing, assisted living, and home care. Currently we own/operate 10 CCRCs in 6 states.

    Responsibilities

    This position is full time, requiring a minimum average of forty (40) hours per week. Work hours shall remain flexible to meet the needs of the community, its staff, residents and operations. Duties and responsibilities may include but are not limited to the following:

    • Hold staff accountable for community and department financial performance, and collaborates to develop strategic plans that meet financial, budgetary objectives.
    • Participate in preparing, presenting and implementing effective operating budgets for the organization under the supervision and approval of the PRS CFO.
    • Assist in providing acceptable financial reporting systems to accurately portray the economic position of the community and to serve as a management tool.
    • Participate in and supervise the development of facility policies and related procedures.
    • Provide ongoing supervision, mentoring and support with oversight for all employees, and directly for the management team as directed by the ED; ensuring that the management team exemplifies and embraces the PRS mission, vision, and values.
    • Provide for staff educational opportunities, orientation, and ongoing in-service.
    • Ensure the overall delivery of quality health care to the residents.
    • Develop and implement defined programs of internal communication.
    • Uphold Community Board of Directors and PRS’s philosophies and objectives.
    • Ensure that all community policies, procedures, and actions do not contradict operating regulations, federal, state or local laws.

    Qualifications

    • Valid Nursing Home Administrator license preferred.
    • Must have a BS/BA college degree.
    • Must have significant advanced knowledge of retirement living and health care or related field – usually the result of 3 to 5 years of prior experience in a related field.
    • Must possess a valid driver's license, and be insurable under corporate insurance carrier.
    • Must have a high level of tact, persuasion, judgment and timing.
    • The preferred candidate must be experienced in facility operations, financial management, regulatory compliance, and program development. 
    • The preferred candidate will be well versed interacting with a broad spectrum of shareholders, including but not limited to Community Board of Directors, department directors, residents, resident families, employees, and volunteers, plus structured communication with residents and constituent groups concerning matters of importance to the organization. 

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