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Below are job openings at LeadingAge Maryland member organizations. To include an opening on this job board, please email our Communications Manager, Deanne Bellin.


 

PRESIDENT AND CEO (LeadingAge Maryland) Baltimore, MD

LeadingAge Maryland is a community of more than 120 not-for-profit organizations that provide supports and services to older adults through continuing care retirement/ life plan communities, senior housing communities, assisted living communities, nursing homes and home and community based services. Together with collaborators of many types, we seek to shape the future of aging in Maryland.

 

Currently, LeadingAge Maryland is seeking a full time President and Chief Executive Officer who, under the direction of the Board of Directors, provides strategic and operational leadership to LeadingAge Maryland to fulfill the mission of “expanding the world of possibilities for aging through advocacy, education, innovation and collaboration.”

 

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Ensuring the strategic vision for the association
  • Maintaining and developing member engagement
  • Providing educational opportunities and establishing collegial community and collective impact initiatives with members and beyond
  • Advocating for the association and its members
  • Developing and managing financial and organizational assets to ensure viability, legal compliance, and consistency with the values of the organization
  • Maintaining effective relationships with LeadingAge at the national level

The ideal candidate will possess the following:

  • Master’s Degree or Bachelor’s Degree with significant experience in membership-driven organizations with relevant expertise in senior care and/or healthcare
  • Effective, strong and collaborative leadership with experience engaging a broad range of stakeholders
  • Experience diversifying and increasing revenue streams
  • Experience delivering impact in resource-constrained environments
  • A demonstrable entrepreneurial spirit, imagination and resourcefulness
  • Strategic, analytical, and hands-on leadership traits
  • Willingness to do a wide range of high-level and lower level tasks
  • Exemplary ethics and willingness to pour themselves into the association’s cause·
  • Willingness to accept the time and travel commitments associated with being the Chief Executive Officer of a statewide organization

ADA Specifications

 

Requires ability to sit at a workstation and use computer (monitor, keyboard, mouse, typing) to perform duties for extended periods of time. Must be able to hear and speak clearly through telephone and in-person. Requires occasional overnight travel and regular daily car travel.

 

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by the individual(s) assigned to this position. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities, and skills required.  

 

Letters of interest and resumes should be emailed to Dr. Mark Fraser at mfraser@fraserllc.com no later than December 15, 2019.

 


 

COMMUNITY LIFE DIRECTOR (Glen Meadows) Glen Arm, MD

The Community Life Director Position role works with a team to develop life enrichment and engagement opportunities in all levels of living at Glen Meadows Retirement Community (CCRC). This role works with the interdisciplinary team in care plan development in the Health Center, managing budgets and supplies as well as external entertainers. This role also works as the Volunteer Coordinator and trains, on-boards and manages both the internal and external volunteers.  

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor's degree in an associated field of study, (certified therapeutic recreation therapist, NCTRC or eligibility for certification required).
  • Minimum 2 years experience in the supervision or management of paid staff and volunteer programs. (Non-profit organization experience preferred.)
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills required as well as a strong ability to multi-task.
  • Must relate well to residents, employees, volunteers, and external community constituents.
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Office (including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Publisher) is necessary.
  • Strong technical ability is preferred.

For more information and to apply online Click Here


 

INTERIM LICENSED NURSING HOME ADMINISTRATOR (The Lutheran Village at Miller's Grant) Ellicott City, MD

The Lutheran Village at Miller’s Grant is a CCRC located in Ellicott City, Maryland. Currently, there is a need for an Interim Licensed Nursing Home Administrator in the Spring of 2020. The Interim LNHA would be in charge of the daily oversight and operations of a 12-bed skilled nursing facility and 20-unit assisted living facility.

Candidates should possess an active State of Maryland Nursing Home Administrator’s License. Long Term Care and Assisted Living experience preferred.

Resumes and questions can be directed to Alicia Hartnett, LNHA: ahartnett@millersgrant.org, 410-696-6782.

 


DIRECTOR OF NURSING (Collington, A Kendal Affiliate) Mitchellville, MD

Collington offers superior care and service to its residents. Located on a beautiful 125-acre campus, Collington is known for its peaceful campus featuring native trees, rolling lawns, a six-acre lake, walking trails and exquisite gardens.

Responsbilities:

  • Plans, organizes, develops, directs, controls, and evaluates overall operations for nursing care deilvery, programs and operations, in accordance with Federal, State and County regulatory standards, nursing practice guidelines and established Collington Affiliate communities' policies and procedures.
  • Develops and maintains nursing services objectives, standards of practice, nursing policies and procedure manuals, position descriptions. 
  • Provides and assures that Nursing Services functions successfully across Collington and Kendal operations.

Education & Experience:

  • Graduate of an accredited school of nursing, licensed and current registration in the State of Maryland as a Registered Nurse
  • BSN or equivalent degree
  • Five years' experience as a nurse manager in which administrative and supervisory competence has been demonstrated
  • Experience in nursing management of a Long-Term Care Facility (SNF)
  • CPR and First Aid Certified
  • Knowledgeable in the aging process and the physical, psychological, and social needs of the elderly

Learn more and apply here.

 


VICE PRESIDENT OF OPERATIONS (Lutheran Social Ministries of Maryland (LSMMD) Central Maryland

Working for a mission-driven, not-for-profit organization is different. People come first with us – both the residents we serve and the staff who care for them. Even stronger is our culture of caring, collaboration and support! Come see the difference!

Use your 5-7 years of senior operations management experience in not-for-profit continuing care retirement communities to lead operations in our two communities – Carroll Lutheran Village and The Lutheran Village at Miller’s Grant. Our ideal candidate will have a strong background in operations, contract management compliance and policy administration, exceptional communication and interpersonal skills, and a Master’s degree in a related field.

We are located in beautiful central Maryland, close to Baltimore, Washington DC, and southern Pennsylvania.

Our strong compensation package includes a competitive salary and generous benefits. Visit our website to learn more at www.clvillage.org.

Please send your resume, including salary requirements, to sdyergear@clvillage.org.


 

REGIONAL DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS (Volunteers of America National Services - VOANS) Eden Prairie, MN

Volunteers of America National Services (VOANS), located in Eden Prairie, Minnesota, is a wholly controlled nonprofit subsidiary of Volunteers of America is seeking a Regional Director of Operations. VOANS is organized and operated to “advance, support, promote and administer health, housing and supportive services” in pursuit of the objectives of VOA. VOANS employs more than 3,000 professionals across the country to operate its housing and health care programs. It operates six comprehensive campuses (skilled nursing and independent/assisted living), five skilled nursing facilities, four assisted living facilities, three licensed home health agencies, three Programs of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) sites and one senior meals program. VOANS also owns a continuing care residential community in Florida. The organization is dedicated to providing supportive, nurturing environments with services designed specifically for each individual.

As a key member of the Healthcare Leadership Team, the VOANS Regional Director of Operations provides day-to-day leadership and management oversight of assigned campus programs and healthcare operations in MN and OH, including quality of services, fiscal management, compliance with federal, state and Volunteers of America National Services requirements and standards for assigned regional area. Reporting to the Executive VP of Healthcare Operations and Development and coordinating closely with the Senior VP of Healthcare Operations, (s)he facilitates and supports Executive Directors in the assigned region.

The finalist candidate will be a team player with outstanding interpersonal communication skills and an aptitude for establishing and sustaining positive relationships, creating consensus, and motivating people. As Regional Director of Operations, this individual must demonstrate an ability to inspire and motivate a high performing, dedicated, and truly caring team. (S)he embodies a leadership approach of collaboration, support and mutual respect, and will coordinate consist communication among a high-functioning team comprised of long-tenured and engaged staff. The Regional Director of Operations recognizes that to effectively work with Executive Directors across a substantive geographic region will require some travel to campus locations on a regular basis. (S)he will have a high level of related health care knowledge and exhibit a deep knowledge base regarding today’s rapidly changing industry trends. The Regional Director of Operations must be sympathetic with the mission and purpose of VOA and enthusiastically support the organization’s mission, vision, and values.

The finalist candidate will be a team player with strong interpersonal communication skills and inviting style characterized by responsiveness and accessibility to staff and other key relationships. (S)he will have a high level of related health care knowledge and exhibit a strong knowledge base regarding today’s rapidly changing industry trends. A bachelor’s degree in Healthcare Administration or related field is required, 10+ years of successful executive management experience, an active nursing home administrator license in the state in (s)he is working, and experience in behavioral health, geri-psych or related field is a plus.

Candidate nominations or expressions of personal interest may be directed in confidence to Dan Deffet, Managing Partner, Deffet Group, Inc., via email: info@deffetgroup.com.


 

ADMINISTRATOR (Glen Meadows) Glen Arm, MD

The Administrator is responsible for health center operation in accordance with the established policies and procedures of Presbyterian Homes, Inc. as well as in compliance with federal, state and local regulations. Position is responsible for ensuring quality of care, resident rights, effective staffing and fiscal stability of community.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in related field (nursing, healthcare administration, social service) or equivalent experience
  • Master’s degree preferred
  • Previous experience as a Nursing Home Administrator or Assistant Nursing Home Administrator
  • Experience in Long Term Care preferred
  • Active state licensure in which community is operated or ability to obtain
  • Demonstrated knowledge of federal, state and local regulations

For more information and to apply online Click Here

 


  

DIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENT OPERATIONS (Asbury Foundation)

Responsibilities:

  • Manage day-to-day operations of the Development Office.
  • Manage donor database (Raiser’s Edge) activities including gift processing, donor acknowledgement and ongoing database maintenance.
  • Oversee annual Foundation budget process with team input.
  • Prepare development analytics, status reports, donor reports/lists/research, prospect research, donor recognition lists and other reports requested by Foundation President and Vice President.
  • Maintain development office files, research materials, and archival materials.
  • Serve as liaison to finance department ensuring monthly, quarterly and annual reconciliation of all gift/pledge activity and balance sheets.
  • Assist Finance Department in preparing Foundation 990 and other required tax documentation.
  • Support preparation and execution of development contracts and agreements.
  • Maintain all supportive software.
  • Support the development and execution of the Foundation’s annual development plan.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree in related field required. Master’s Degree preferred.
  • Must have at least 5 years of experience working in a membership-based or organization similar to the Asbury Foundation, managing a database, performing analytics and producing sophisticated reports.
  • 1 to 3 years supervisory experience preferred. Extensive technical understanding of Raiser’s Edge software or comparable development software.
  • Must have experience working with email databases.  
  • Supervisory experience and the ability to work with senior management and donors.

*Flexibility for position to be located in either Frederick, MD; Mechanicsburg, PA; or Gaithersburg, MD. We are committed to supporting great leaders by providing a comprehensive benefit package as well as opportunities for professional growth and development throughout our multi-site, multi-state system of communities.

Apply Online


 

PRESIDENT (Roland Park Place) Baltimore, MD

RPP seeks a dynamic, engaging and experienced senior living executive with a keen sense of vision, strategic planning and positioning skills, as well as a commitment to quality care and resident service, to become the next President.

 

The new President of Roland Park Place will provide leadership and direction to this outstanding senior retirement living organization. This new leader will preserve and enhance Roland Park Place's mission, vision, culture, and values, as well as to ensure that Roland Park Place remains focused on a strong service orientation and providing high quality care, affording residents an opportunity to enjoy a high quality of life.

 

Located in the Roland Park neighborhood of Baltimore City, Roland Park Place is the only full-service, CARF accredited not-for-profit continuing care retirement community in Baltimore City.

 

The ideal candidate for the RPP's President will be a sophisticated and knowledgeable senior care leader. An undergraduate degree in Health Care Administration, Business Administration or a related field is required, with a graduate degree preferred. A minimum of seven years of progressive leadership experience in senior living, healthcare, hospitality or business is required and experience working within a CCRC is highly preferred.

The search process is currently underway and will continue until the position is filled. A copy of the complete leadership profile can be found on this page. Candidates wishing to apply must submit materials electronically. Application materials should be submitted via WittKieffer's candidate portal, which can be accessed here. Confidential inquires, nominations and questions may be directed to the WittKieffer consultants supporting Roland Park Place's executive recruitment: Jennifer Bauer, Diane Tanking and Randy Dietrich preferably via email, to rdietrich@wittkieffer.com.


DIRECTOR OF RESIDENTIAL SERVICES (Diakon Senior Living - Hagerstown Robinwood Campus) Hagerstown, MD

  • Responsible for directing the overall operation of independent living and assisted living/personal care services.
  • Prepares annual operating and capital budget drafts for review by supervisor; adheres to established budget for program/facility.
  • Develops and implements programs and services which promote the physical, spiritual, and emotional well being of the residents.
  • Meets frequently with residents and residents’ families and visitors to insure that the services being provided are consistent with Diakon Lutheran Social Ministries’ concern and the well being of the residents.

Job requirements: Education/Training: Graduate of an accredited school of nursing or Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology, Sociology, Business Administration or related field preferred; State Personal Care Administrator’s certification or Nursing Home Administrator’s license required. Experience: A minimum of four (4) years' prior experience in related positions preferred.

Diakon is an equal opportunity employer. EOE/M/F/VETS/Disabled - NOW OFFERING DAY 1 MEDICAL/VOLUNTARY BENEFITS!

How to apply: Please visit our website at https://www.diakon.org/careers For questions please contact Christa Corum – corumc@diakon.org 484-401-8801 


 

CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER (undisclosed) central Virginia

Highly regarded senior living provider in central Virginia offering independent living, assisted living, memory care, home health, skilled nursing and rehabilitation services. An innovator in providing customer-focused care to seniors for 75+ years, the organization is under fresh leadership and pursuing new directions for growth, while remaining steadfast in its mission to enhance the lives of older adults with a wealth of choices. The organization is committed to meeting the needs of our elder population and that residents live fully and joyfully while being treated with dignity and respect.

Reporting to the President/CEO, the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) is responsible for directing and overseeing all aspects of the organization’s financial and accounting functions. A team player who demonstrates strengths in visioning and strategic planning, the CFO works collaboratively with the CEO and leadership team to successfully drive current strategic initiatives. Adept at providing financial information in a timely manner to enable robust decision-making, the CFO is a participatory leader who supports and mentors finance and operations staff and embraces collegial interaction and consistent communication. Drawing on previous debt restructuring and bond financing experience within a senior living environment, our finalist will successfully manage daily operational activities as they apply to the financial services function and work closely with IT to ensure best technical practices are in place system-wide.

The successful candidate for this position must, through prior experience, demonstrate the ability to oversee financial and accounting responsibilities in a senior living environment. A collaborative, participatory leader, (s)he will be highly adept at shepherding and mentoring staff at all levels to ensure best practices are in place for the organization to thrive financially and operationally. A Bachelor’s in accounting, finance and/or business administration (Master’s and CPA preferred) and a minimum of five years of experience are required. (S)he must also demonstrate proficiency in financial planning and analysis.

Candidate nominations or expressions of personal interest may be directed in confidence to Dan Deffet, Managing Partner, Deffet Group, Inc., via email: info@deffetgroup.com.


 

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR (Ingleside at Rock Creek) Washington, DC

The new Executive Director of Ingleside at Rock Creek will be responsible for executing the strategic direction, operational excellence and continued financial sustainability of IRC. He/she will be highly knowledgeable regarding the future of senior living, will be innovative in his/her approach to identifying future delivery models for care and services to the elderly and will embrace a person-centered philosophy.

Nestled alongside Washington, D.C.'s beautiful, unspoiled Rock Creek Park, IRC is the treasured home of a diverse group of people whose experiences and interests create the perfect balance for stylish retirement living. The community includes retirees from the Foreign Service and the Department of State, former educators from the highest levels of academia, writers and musicians, and successful entrepreneurs.  IRC is a 5-star CMS and CARF-CCAC accredited facility.

IRC currently includes 127 independent living apartments, 21 assisted living units, 32 memory support assisted living units and 34 skilled nursing beds. The community is currently in the midst of a campus expansion which will be mostly completed in January 2020. This expansion includes a new state-of-the-art healthcare center and an additional 105 independent living apartments. The new healthcare center opened the skilled nursing and assisted living units in July 2019 and the memory support assisted living units will open in October 2019. 

The ideal candidate for the IRC’s Executive Director will be a sophisticated and knowledgeable senior care leader. An undergraduate degree in Health Care Administration, Business Administration or a related field is required. A graduate degree in Business Administration or Health Care Administration is preferred. A minimum of seven years of progressive leadership experience in senior living, healthcare, hospitality or business is required. Experience as a Director/Administrator in a Life Plan Community/CCRC and an Administrator’s license for the District of Columbia is preferred. The successful candidate must be eligible for an D.C. Administrator’s license within six months of employment.

The search process is currently underway and will continue until the position is filled. Confidential inquires, nominations and questions may be directed to the WittKieffer consultants supporting Ingleside's executive recruitment: Jennifer Bauer, Lisa DeSimone Arthur and Diane Tanking, preferably via email, to lisad@wittkieffer.com.

Candidates wishing to apply should provide an up-to-date resume that addresses the responsibilities and requirements described in the Leadership Profile electronically. Application materials should be submitted via Witt/Kieffer's candidate portal, which can be accessed through this link https://candidateportal.wittkieffer.com/. Candidates can also find this portal via the Witt/Kieffer website www.wittkieffer.com and by selecting the Candidate Portal button in the top right corner. Once on the portal, select browse jobs. When you find the Ingleside position, select view details.  From this page you can apply, nominate or inquire about additional details. 

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