Pacific Retirement Services

Wellness Program Manager

Job Location US-OR-Medford
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Rogue Valley Manor


What you'll do:  This position is responsible for all Wellness-related programming and activities tailored to serve Rogue Valley Manor’s senior population as well as utilization of all recreational facilities (Fitness Centers, Pools, Hobby Shop, Wood Shop, Fiber Arts & Crafts Studio, and Art Studio). Develops, schedules, and conducts programs and activities in support of resident wellness and quality of life. Supervises Wellness staff. Develops and provides timely and accurate departmental records and reporting.

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.


Employee Benefits:

  • Career-centered opportunity for advancement.
  •  Excellent medical, dental, vision, and basic life insurance.
  • 4% 401(k) match (after one-year/1000 hours).
  • Employer funded defined contribution plan.
  • Flexible Spending Plan (up to $2750 per plan year, Dependent Care $5000).
  • Discount on meals.
  • 2 weeks’ vacation per year and sick time accrual (based on hours worked).
  • Additional Floating holiday (after one-year).
  • 6 paid national holidays.
  • Employee recognition programs Education Tuition Scholarship program.
  • Employee referral program.
  • Wellness center: fitness and pool.


  • Develop, schedule and conduct programs in support of resident wellness and quality of life. Offerings should include a mix of program formats such as in-person, small group, and digital/on-line options. Familiarity with and affinity for working with senior populations essential.
  • Maintain the highest quality programming and remain abreast of industry trends to ensure current and future resident needs and satisfaction while working within staffing and budgetary constraints.
  • Supervise, schedule and train Wellness staff in all areas of the department.
  • Schedule and conduct personal trainings and classes for residents both on land and in the pool.
  • Conduct personalized fitness evaluations with new and existing residents in order to develop fitness and wellness plans and goals appropriate for their abilities.
  • Manage all Wellness and fitness areas, programs, and equipment to ensure safety and compliance with regulations.
  • Responsible for maintaining documentation for all Wellness department activities including the development of reports on and measures of Wellness department activities and programs, their utilization and effectiveness.
  • Work collaboratively with staff and residents to ensure smooth operation of a variety of wellness-related groups (Lawn Bowling, Bocce, Badminton, Water Volley Ball, etc.) as well as the common area spaces utilized by them, including but not limited to: the Fiber Arts and Crafts room, Hobby Shop, Art Studio, pool and fitness facilities.
  • In conjunction with Dining Services Catering & Events Department, develop, coordinate, and facilitate RVM-wide special events, recreational opportunities, and special staff functions as requested.
  • In conjunction with Human Resources, cultivate staff wellness through specialty trainings and education (body mechanics, transfers, etc.) and other wellness-focused staff engagement initiatives.  
  • Foster positive public relations both on campus and with the community at large.
  • Develop and manage yearly and monthly departmental calendars of events and programs.
  • Responsible for creating and maintenance of yearly budget for the Wellness department.
  • Remain current with all applicable laws and state regulations, and their changes.
  • Implement additional Wellness programs as requested.



This position requires a significant advanced knowledge, usually the result of a minimum of four (4) years of college with a B.A. or B.S. degree in Recreation, Fitness, Kinesiology, or related field, and/or 3-5 years’ experience in the field. Must be familiar with state regulations in regard to activities requirements. Must possess a valid Oregon driver's license, and be insurable by Manor's insurance carrier. Must have CPT.


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