Associate Executive Director
Erickson Living is currently one of the largest senior housing developers and managers in the United States and ideally positioned for continued growth. We are expanding and developing in all of our 20 communities which will reinforce our position as a national leader in senior housing and health care services. As our company continues to grow a number of leadership positions have become available in various locations throughout the country . We are currently searching for an Associate Executive Director to join our executive leadership team at our Riderwood Continuing Care Retirement Community. These individuals will be hired as Associate Executive Directors (AED) in one of our communities with the expectation that they will eventually be promoted into an Executive Director role at a community within the Erickson Living family. This position will be responsible for all facets of community management. This individual will be assisting the Executive Director in facilitation and coordination of various teams of management, leadership and executive in providing vision and leadership for the community; achieving company-wide objectives for quality care and services; achieving revenue, cost and profitability targets; resident/community public relations; staff development. The Associate Executive Director Job Duties and Responsibilities Include: Planning, implementation, and assessment of community's goals and objectives Coordinate with ED's direction, strategic planning meetings for the Executive Team Review financials and assist in strategies for meeting budgets with Executive Director and Controller Assists and/or substitutes for Executive Director in all facets of community management. Speaking at marketing events and other public relations and involvement outside of the community Involvement at Board of Directors Development of community goals to integrate with EL Corporate and departmental goals Responds to residents' concerns not requiring the intervention of the ED Facilitates initiatives and projects that require multi-departmental collaboration or task forces Manages spend-down cases, monitors Benevolent Care Fund and other charitable contribution issues Oversees risk management and insurance programs for the community Plans and coordinates implementation of and response to resident and employee satisfaction surveys Monitors community litigation reports Monitors and participates in resident transition process Develops, tracks, and reports on Administration department budget Contributes to various community communications tools such as newsletters and resident channel Involves ELM Corporate support (ie, HR, Marketing, Finance, Operations, Health Services) as neededTo perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE: Bachelor's degree required. Master's degree preferred. Minimum of five years management experience with progressively more responsible positions, preferably in CCRCs, healthcare, hospitals, hospitality and other customer-focused industries.