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Executive Director - 1555520

  • Company The Homeplace at Midway
  • Location 101 Sexton Way, Midway, KY 40347, USA
  • Salary $
  • Job Type Full Time
  • Posted 08/01/2023

Executive Director

Responsible for taking all reasonable steps to ensure optimal
quality of care is delivered to the residents; responsible and
accountable for functions and activities of the entire staff
while appropriately integrating these activities with all other
departments in the community that contribute to resident care;
plans and organizes systems of care, objectives, policies,
procedures, staffing patterns and staff development based on the
needs of the community within the framework of the established

* Recruits, hires, leads, motivates and provides strategic
direction for and supervision of the department managers; holds
staff accountable for achieving their operational goals
* Actively promotes growth and development of staff, including
opportunities to learn new skills and advance both personally and
* Oversees the staff development program which includes
in-service training, on-the-job training, orientation programs,
supervisory level training, workshops, seminars and other
programs designed to keep pace with changes in the long term care
industry as well as to maintain professional status
* Creates a work environment and culture in which personnel work
as both individual and team members with the ability to achieve
organizational goals
* Ensures that an adequate number of appropriately qualified
personnel are on duty at all times to meet the needs of the
* Builds an effective team of departments to address and
facilitate efficient day to day operating functions of community
* Works with department managers to prepare operating and capital
budgets for the community and/or departments designed to meet
individual, departmental, and organizational strategies and goals
* Ensures conformance with annual budget; evaluates, reviews and
adjusts to revenue sources
* Monitors performance measurements such as accounts receivables,
occupancy and census, payroll, and monthly financials
* Strives to maintain a high occupancy rate with payor sources to
cover annual budget expenses
* Investigates revenue sources, including grant writing,
re-adjusts and re-directs services to maximize reimbursement and
completes all required documentation to this effect.
* Establishes and alters staffing patterns within the framework
of the established budget based on the needs of residents.
* Plans, develops, and submits for approval an operations plan
with goals and objectives which are aligned with the strategic
plan and/or organizational goals and operational priorities
* Monitors primary stakeholder satisfaction with how the
organization’s operation touches their lives: residents, families
and staff
* Responds to the needs or concerns raised by residents and/or
their family members, visitors, and members of the Resident
* Oversees business functions of the community, insuring proper
management of admissions, ancillaries, payables, receivables,
payroll and related office or paperwork requirements
* Conducts daily rounds to evaluate operations and offers
suggestions or direction to community staff.
* Ensures that organizational policies and procedures are
appropriate, comprehensive, relevant and current, as well as
consistently applied
* Oversees the equipment and supply functions which include
purchases of equipment and supplies, and maintenance of necessary
inventories to assure that the daily operational needs of the
facilities and its participants are met
* Oversees systems and controls which adequately safeguard the
facilities’ cash and other assets, and which produce reliable and
accurate information, records and reports.
* Administers a Safety Program which includes assurances that all
facility personnel, participants, visitors and others follow
established safety regulations (including fire
protection/prevention, smoking regulations, accident prevention,
waste disposal, and infection control), that buildings and
grounds are maintained in good repair.
* Reviews deficiencies noted during inspections, internal audits
and other examinations; develops a plan of correction and
provides written copies to the applicable authorities.


Required Education: Bachelor’s degree in healthcare,
social work, human services, business administration, public
health, or a closely related field from an accredited 4-year
college or university

Required Experience: 5 years’ proven management
experience; 2 years’ experience directing multi-facility senior
living, senior housing and/or continuing care retirement
communities (CCRC); 3 years’ experience as administrator of
long-term care facility; and/ or significant other management or
consulting experience in long term care

Preferred Experience: Nonprofit sector

Required License and/or Certification: Kentucky-Licensed
or Certified Nursing Home Administrator in good standing (or
eligible); Certified Nursing Home Administrator by the American
College of Health Care Administrators (or eligible).


• Competitive Pay

• Paid Vacation, Sick Days and Holidays

• Medical, Dental and Vision Insurance

• Comprehensive Wellness Program with Incentives

• Paid Group Term Life Insurance

• Voluntary Life Insurance

• Short-Term Disability

• Employee Assistance Program

• 401(k) and 403(b)

• Education Assistance

• Free Parking

• And much more

Christian Care Communities, Inc. is strongly committed to the
principle of diversity and providing an equal employment
opportunity in all terms and conditions of employment. All
employment decisions are based on business needs, job
requirements and individual qualifications, without regard to
race, color, religion, gender, national origin, disability, age
(40 and over), genetic information, or any other characteristic
protected by federal, state or local law.

What We Can Offer You

Christian Care Communities is well known for its attractive array of employee benefits and services, which include: