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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.


SOCIAL WORKER (LCSW-C) (BayWoods of Annapolis) Annapolis, MD

Are you a social worker looking for a change of scenery? Come join us at the beautiful Baywoods of Annapolis campus where you’ll be a part of a team that is creating an experience to enhance our resident centered care environment.

The candidate will direct the overall daily operation of the social services department in accordance with federal, state, and local standards, as well as work with our residents in long-term care, independent, and assisted living by identifying their psychosocial, mental, and emotional needs along with providing, developing, or aiding in access of services to meet those needs.

The position includes an excellent benefits package, company matched 401k, tuition reimbursement, and paid time off.

Essential Job Duties:

  1. Develops a comprehensive social history and assessment of the resident that includes problems and strengths, special needs and preferences (social, religious and/or cultural) and the implications for the care plan.
  2. Assists with the coordination of Health Center admissions and assessments.
  3. Assists the resident/family with the transition to the new environment, orients the resident/family to the facility, services, limitations and resident’s rights.
  4. Participates in the development of the individual’s care plan including the goals and approaches for the Social Services component, conducted at Admission, Annual, Quarterly, and significant change in the resident’s condition.
  5. Attends scheduled care planning conferences, addressing particular issues of schedule, treatment and environment, and encourages residents and family (as appropriate) to participate in care planning conferences.
  6. Ensures that any Advanced Directives are complete and maintained and placed in resident charts.
  7. Completes all mandatory documentation in a timely (determined) fashion as established by applicable regulations.
  8. Maintains confidentiality of all admission information and resident records following HIPPA and the community’s Code of Ethics.
  9. Maintains regular and on-going relationship with family to discuss needs or concerns, mediates issues that may arise between resident/family/staff.
  10. Coordinates discharges/transfers to ensure the appropriateness and continuity of care. Develops a comprehensive discharge plan in coordination with residents/families and multidisciplinary staff.
  11. Provide/identify referral, agency and/or community resources to meet the needs of the resident/family.
  12. Coordinate Support Groups, participates in policy decisions (as they affect resident life issues) and advocates for Residents Rights.
  13. Attends in-service training and education sessions, as assigned.
  14. Familiarity with emergency procedures and may be required to assist with evacuations.


  1. Must have long term care and skilled setting experience.
  2. Prior work in long term care community preferred with the ability to understand and follow instructions in English, communicate effectively, and perform simple arithmetic.
  3. Master’s degree in Social Work preferred. Must possess a minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in social work, sociology, special education, rehab counseling, psychology, or related to social work.
  4. Maryland state license (LCSW preferred).
  5. Preferred minimum of 2 years supervised social work experience in a health care setting working directly with individuals.
  6. Must have excellent communication, assessment, and social work methods and techniques skills.
  7. Must be able to work effectively with a variety of disciplines in an individual and team setting.  Candidate should have a working understanding of social systems along with the ability to implement pertinent state and federal regulations.

Interested applicants should contact David Slivosky, Director of Human Resources, and Wesley Baker, HR Assistant.


ASSOCIATE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR (Asbury Methodist Village) Gaithersburg, MD

Essential functions:

  • Develop organizational strategies to integrate the Asbury Methodist Village community and local network of services with the broader strategies and compassionate mission of Asbury Communities.
  • Represent Asbury Methodist Village in the Montgomery County community with peers, professional organizations and state associations as well as acute care hospitals, physician networks, insurance and managed care providers.
  • Direct the day to day operations of the community to include, but is not limited to administration, campus life, pastoral care, social work, dining services, maintenance and plant operations, laundry, housekeeping, security, and transportation.
  • Direct the ongoing financial management process including development of the annual community operational and capital budget and accountability to that budget and achievement of financial targets.
  • Oversee the safety and risk management program for the community, under the direction of the Executive Director, to identify and address existing and emerging risks (business, operational, hazard) and direct the mitigation of those risks.
  • Continually strive to provide innovative, visionary services to residents and the broader community.
  • Drive for results in resident and associate satisfaction, census and revenue growth, and implementation of new community services.

Required education and experience:

  • Master's degree in Health Administration, Business Administration, or related field preferred
  • Minimum five (5) years’ experience in administration in long term care, continuing care, or other related senior service.
  • Minimum three (3) years’ experience in a senior leadership or executive role.

Preferred education and experience:

  • Current Maryland Nursing Home Administrator (NHA) License in Long Term Care preferred.
  • Prior experience as an administrator or operational leader in a healthcare environment preferred.
  • Prior demonstrated financial acumen and business quality skills.

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DIRECTOR OF TALENT ACQUISITION (Lutheran Social Ministries of Maryland) Westminster, MD

Lutheran Social Ministries of Maryland has an exciting opportunity for a newly created position of Director of Talent Acquisition! Join us as we build on our strong 40-year history and plan an exciting new future!

What You’ll Do as Director of Talent Acquisition with Lutheran Social Ministries of Maryland:

  • Develop and implement a strategic recruiting and hiring plan for LSMMD and our two continuing care retirement communities, Carroll Lutheran Village and The Lutheran Village at Miller’s Grant.
  • Proactively recruit for current and anticipated open positions, develop and use data and creativity to identify and attract exceptional talent.
  • Contribute to recruitment branding efforts on websites; manage social media platforms and employment search engines.
  • Manage the Applicant Tracking System; source, screen, and refer qualified candidates to hiring managers.
  • Create successful recruitment networks to help identify and source candidates; represent organizations at employment events.

As LSMMD’s Director of Talent Acquisition You’ll Use Your:

  • 5+ years of full-cycle recruiting experience, preferably in a health care setting.
  • Additional experience in Human Resources preferred.
  • Exceptional organizational, communication, and interpersonal skills.
  • Bachelor’s degree in a related field.

What You’ll Get as Director of Talent Acquisition with LSMMD:

  • A supportive, collaborative, and fun work environment!
  • Competitive salary.
  • Health, Dental and Vision Insurance.
  • Generous HRA contribution.
  • Paid Short, Long-Term Disability and Life Insurance.
  • Paid Time Off.
  • Contributions to a 403(b) Retirement Savings Plan.
  • Tuition Reimbursement and Scholarship Opportunities.
  • Paid Professional Development.
  • Use of our On-Site Fitness Center and Indoor Pool at No Cost.

Qualified applicants should send their resume to Suzy Dyer-Gear, Vice President, Human Resources


VICE PRESIDENT, SALES & MARKETING (Lutheran Social Ministries of Maryland) Westminster, MD

Working in a mission-driven, not-for-profit organization is different. We care deeply about the residents we serve, the staff who care for them, and the community around us.

Come see the difference! Lutheran Social Ministries of Maryland has a wonderful opportunity for a proven professional to serve as Vice President, Sales & Marketing! Join us as we build on our strong 40-year history and plan an exciting new future!

What You’ll Do as VP of Sales & Marketing with LSMMD:

  • Develop, oversee, monitor, review, and evaluate the strategic sales plan to ensure optimal effectiveness.
  • Provide strategic support to teams who successfully communicate the LSMMD/CLV/LVMG story, market, and sell the outstanding lifestyle at Carroll Lutheran Village and The Lutheran Village at Miller’s Grant.
  • Play a key role on the Executive Team as we further enhance operations and grow.
  • Serve with a talented and dedicated team of professionals.
  • Work in beautiful central Maryland, close to Baltimore, Washington DC, and southern Pennsylvania.

As VP of Sales & Marketing with LSMMD You’ll Use Your:

  • 5-7 years of management experience and success in Sales and Marketing.
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Leadership experience in Marketing and Communications (preferably in CCRCs).
  • Knowledge you've gained from advanced education.

What You’ll Get as VP of Sales & Marketing with LSMMD: 

A strong total compensation package including:

  • A supportive, collaborative, and fun work environment!
  • Competitive salary
  • Health, Dental and Vision Insurance
  • Generous HRA contribution.
  • Paid Short- and Long-Term Disability and Life Insurance
  • Generous contributions to a 403(b) Retirement Plan
  • Excellent Paid Time Off allowance
  • Paid Professional Development opportunities
  • Use of our beautiful Fitness Center and indoor pool

Qualified applicants should send their resume to Suzy Dyer-Gear, Vice President, Human Resources


DIRECTOR OF DINING SERVICES (Roland Park Place) Baltimore, MD

At Roland Park Place, we are dedicated to providing the highest quality of life for Residents and a positive and supportive work environment for our employees. Roland Park Place employees should naturally adhere to our core values: Passion, Integrity, and Caring.

The Director of Dining Services directs and coordinates food service activities by performing the following duties personally or through subordinate supervisors; accountable for recognizing and responding to the dietary needs of residents and for all aspects of the Dining Services Department.  The Director of Dining Services maintains good relationships with residents, staff, dietary consultants, vendors and residents’ families and guests.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Follows appropriate safety precautions, is familiar with emergency preparedness plans and is compliant with Roland Park Place policies/procedures regarding reports of employee accidents/incidents.
  • Assures that all department functions, including food production, preparation, storage, handling and sanitization are carried out effectively and efficiently according to regulatory agency guidelines.
  • Assures that food produced is palatable and nutritious.  Assures that trays are therapeutically accurate according to diet, and that food is served at the proper temperature in a neat and attractive manner.
  • Maintains an emergency menu in cooperation with Consultant Dietician. 
  • Prepares department budget and monthly food cost reports. 
  • Assures therapeutic diets are calculated and prepared according to physician’s orders; coordinates efforts with Health Services staff to obtain all needed information.
  • Assures a safe and sanitary environment in Dining Services for all residents, employees, and visitors. 
  • Assures that all equipment in the Dining Services Department is cleaned and in proper and safe working condition. 
  • Implements a program to orient new employees; conducts and documents regular and ongoing training programs for all employees. 
  • Schedules employees for work in order to attain proper work flow to meet objectives.
  • Maintains open communication and cooperates with all other departments in order  to coordinate the Dining Services Department’s role in providing a favorable physical, social and emotional environment for all residents.
  • Evaluates performance, coaches and counsels employees utilizing the progressive discipline system; documents incidents and actions. Completes performance appraisals on or before due date and to Roland Park Place standard including description of employees’ goals.  
  • Coordinates the continuous quality improvement process in the department. 
  • Collaborates with Activities staff to provide periodic themed dining experiences.
  • Reviews and revises department policies annually.
  • Oversees operations of all dining rooms and the Park Café to ensure resident, staff and visitor satisfaction
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

Education and Experience:

Bachelor’s degree in Food Service Management required. State approved food service supervision/sanitation program preferred. Minimum of three years of department manager experience required. Experience in continuing care retirement communities and/or long-term health care communities preferred.  

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DIRECTOR OF NURSING (The Village at Rockville) Rockville, MD

The Director of Nursing Services (DON) ensures that resident care objectives are established and met. Additionally, the DON ensures that the standards, policies, and procedures of the Department of Nursing Services are consistent with the standards, policies and procedures of NLCS, and are consistent with the current state and federal standards of care and practice. The DON’s job is multifaceted to promote and include a focus on resident’s quality of life services while ensuring optimal quality of care is delivered to each resident.

Some responsibilities include: 

  • Leads development of overall Nursing strategy and implementation
  • Establishes systems by which procedures are carried out, and then evaluates the effectiveness of the system and/or the need to revise the system to promote a higher quality of care/quality of life for residents
  • Documents quality assurance program of the facility according to NLCS policies and procedures
  • Creates and sustains an environment that treats each NLCS resident with dignity and respect
  • Develops, maintains, and updates nursing philosophy, objectives, standards of practice, procedure manuals and written job descriptions for each level of nursing personnel
  • Provides strong supervisory, performance management, leadership and coaching skills for their team
  • Build trust and accountability by frequently holding coaching conversations with team members to develop, mentor, and provide constructive feedback to support team members’ goals and strategies
  • Conduct stay interviews at 30, 60, and 90 days for all new hires
  • Practices regular Coaching Conversations with direct reports with the goal to build up and equip.
  • Responsible for oversight of various reports from HRIS / payroll systems to maintain compliance with employee licensures, payroll, Relias, attendance, etc.
  • In consultation with Talent & Culture, assists with hires, oversee departmental performance evaluations, responds to employee relation concerns or termination of employment for nursing staff in accordance with established policies and procedures of NLCS
  • Ensures Care Coaches follow coaching guidelines and policies and procedures of NLCS
  • Has administrative authority oversight, responsibility and accountability for functions and activities of the nursing staff while appropriately integrating these activities with all other departments in the facility that contribute to resident care
  • Encourages, teaches and motivates staff to perform resident care functions in ways designed to promote and increase resident’s overall quality of life
  • Provides strong supervisory, management, leadership and coaching skills for Nursing Service staff
  • Ensures appropriate in-service education programs are conducted for nursing personnel as determined by resident needs and as required by state/federal regulations
  • Ensures that personnel are assigned responsibilities consistent with their education, experience and ability. Supports, assists and evaluates staff nurses in the management of their units
  • Plans, enforces and prepares nursing department for state/federal survey process. Maintains systems, policies and procedures of Nursing Department for compliance with state/federal regulations.
  • Assesses newly admitted and acutely ill residents and determines the need for medical care, hospitalization or specialty nursing care interventions
  • Plans and organizes systems of care, objectives, policies, procedures, staffing patterns and staff development based on the needs of the residents within the framework of the established budget
  • Reviews medical records for compliance with regulations, standards of practice and care and appropriateness of information


  • Degree in Nursing required; Master Degree preferred
  • Active Registered Nursing license in good standing in the state of employment
  • Ten years' experience in Nursing required; four years of supervision and management experience in Nursing Service, preferably in a long-term care or health care environment
  • Most have demonstrated experience in performance management and effective leadership
  • Must have ability to complete multiple projects
  • Visability requires maintaining a professional appearance and providing a positive company image
  • Muse possess strong written and oral communication skills; able to maintain confidential information
  • Must be proficient in Microsoft Office

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A leader in faith-based senior living and continuing care, Covenant Living Communities & Services (CLCS), headquartered in Skokie, Illinois, is the nation’s seventh largest non-profit senior services provider. CLCS operates 17 communities in nine states: 13 Continuing Care Retirement Communities, two rental properties, a free standing assisted living and one free standing skilled nursing facility. CLCS lives out its Christian values through a committed belief that everyone deserves a life of hope and promise. Campus locations offer a lifestyle filled with freedom and inspiring choices, providing comfort and ease to residents as well as engaging activities, wellness opportunities, and sought-after amenities. The organization serves 5,000 residents and employs a dedicated team of approximately 3,200 staff members. Covenant Living is seeking a Chief Financial Officer to provide outstanding executive financial leadership.

Reporting to the CEO/President, the CFO is a senior executive whose overall responsibility is to manage the financial well-being of CLCS, both in terms of its successful day-to-day financial operations and strategies for future growth. Critical components of the role include daily fiscal management, strategic planning, benchmarking and competitive analysis, prospective acquisition(s) analysis, financial planning and analysis, successful leadership of a large finance team, budgeting and accounting, and payroll. The CFO will develop a culture of financial awareness and accountability and ensure the efficient use of resources through fiscal responsibility, maximizing operating margins and achieving desired return on investment. The CFO supports the organization's strategic and growth objectives and aligns the finance vision with the mission and vision of the organization.

The ideal candidate will be an individual of integrity and compassion who embraces the CLCS mission and values. Our finalist will be a creative, respectful, team member. (S)he will be a fair and open communicator, who integrates within a very positive, fast-paced culture while remaining sensitive and open to any opportunities for change necessary. Requirements include graduation from an accredited college or university, with a master’s degree preferred in finance, accounting, business, or a related field, and 15+ years experience working in matrixed, geographically dispersed, nationally-scoped organizations. CPA is also preferred.

This is an outstanding opportunity for a collaborative, performance-driven leader to join an organization that at its core is highly committed to supporting older adults. Candidate nominations or expressions of personal interest may be directed in confidence to Elizabeth Feltner, Chief Operating Officer, Deffet Group, Inc., via email:


EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR (The Village at Augsburg) Baltimore, MD

The Executive Director (ED) has authority over and is accountable for the overall delivery of facility operations. This responsibility includes overall management for operating the facility including resident services, program planning, revenue generation, operational analysis, financial analysis, problem resolution, personnel management and performance improvement. Some responsibilities include:

  • The ED partners with the facility leadership team to create successful strategies and to translate strategic priorities into entity-level operating plans.
  • Partners with Talent & Culture team and staff managers across the facility to ensure that the right people are in the right jobs; that they are competent and motivated to do the right things for NLCS residents, employees and guest; that they have the right tools and support to perform effectively and efficiently in their respective roles.
  • Has a fiduciary responsibility to ensure that all NLCS policies and procedures, state and federal laws and regulations are upheld, and that the NLCS culture of high-quality resident care is achieved and maintained; the ED provides a leadership role in defining programs, services and objectives in supporting NLCS culture.
  • Is Responsible for the development of the annual Budget and Accountable for the implementation of and adherence to the budget in order to maintain a balance between quality and fiscal matters.
  • Assures the provision of high quality services needed and/or desired by residents.
  • Attains and/or maintains ongoing compliance with appropriate local, state, federal, regulatory, and/or accrediting body standards. Ensures that the residence is prepared for inspection by regulatory agencies through regular auditing and updating of program, policies and procedures, medical records documentation, environmental standards, etc.
  • Hires, supervises, motivates and evaluates department directors.  Facilitates teamwork among department directors and between residences. Documents evaluation of job performances of department directors at least annually. Actively promotes staff participation and involvement in the day-to-day operations and decision-making. Promotes team building through participation and/or leadership at regular staff meetings.
  • Presents information about the organization to outside community groups. Makes an active contribution towards improving community relations, increasing positive public regard and overall awareness.
  • Attains and/or maintains the targeted occupancy level.
  • Monitors, on a routine and ongoing basis, key measurable indicators of daily operations.
  • Maintains appropriate levels of confidentiality.
  • Demonstrates an appreciation of the heritage, values, and wisdom of the residents and an understanding of the aging process.
  • Strives to attain excellence in consumer satisfaction through ongoing solicitation and measurement of feedback, implementation of suggestions, interactive problem solving with residents, and an annual program evaluation/quality assurance effort.
  • Makes measurable improvements in the overall coordination of all aspects of the resident services.
  • Ensures maintenance of the physical plant is in optimum condition, including furnishings, equipment and grounds. Responsible for ensuring that a safe and sanitary environment is provided for residents, staff and guests.
  • Supports and participates in the resident-centered life enrichment program.
  • Assures that all staff members treat each other with respect. Promotes and implements constructive problem solving.
  • Provides motivation, recognition, and opportunity for staff development.
  • Promotes cross training and cross-utilization of staff.
  • Promotes cooperation with all local, regional and state agencies concerned with licensing and maintaining the facility.
  • Implement quality control measures.
  • Must be accessible via telephone 24 hours a day, seven days a week unless a designee is in place.
  • Provides strong supervisory, management, leadership and coaching skills for leadership team.
  • Partners in the position on-boarding of leadership staff; ensures appropriate training on standards of NLCS operating practices during the orientation of new leadership employees.
  • Support development and implementation of corporate programs
  • Provides ongoing coaching, supervisory, performance management, training and leadership for their team
  • Build trust and accountability by frequently holding coaching conversations with team members to develop, mentor, and provide constructive feedback to support team members’ goals and strategies
  • Conduct required stay interviews for all newly hired team members
  • Practices regular Coaching Conversations with direct reports to build up and equip
  • Monitors the application and effectiveness of NLCS management development and employee training programs; determines the need for and plans, prepares, coordinates and conducts programs on NLCS subject matters related to personnel policies, practices and procedures.
  • In collaboration with the NLCS Finance department is responsible for developing facility operating and capital budgets and meeting both operational and financial goals of the organization.
  • Make budgetary recommendations; identify facility cost savings. Manage budgeted expenses against actual operations.


  • Bachelor’s Degree in Health Care Administration or related field is required. Master’s Degree is preferred.
  • Must be a licensed Nursing Home Administrator.
  • Ten (10) years’ experience with five (5) years in management of a health care organization. Experience to include strong leadership, financial, communication and marketing skills. Senior care or long term care experience required.
  • Must have demonstrated ability to hire, direct, and manage personnel.
  • Knowledge of community service network is desirable.
  • Demonstrated experience in leading/partnering with a diverse team of employees, managers and supervisors.
  • Must have the ability to provide outstanding coaching services and to effectively manage change.
  • Must possess strong written and oral communication skills with high-level attention to detail
  • Ability to perform in a high pressure environment; meeting frequent deadlines and under extended hours.
  • Must be able to develop spreadsheets, presentations and documents. Must be proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
  • Must be able to read and interpret financial records, reports, etc.
  • Must have excellent communication skills, orally and in writing

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CONNECTED LIVING COORDINATOR (National Lutheran Communities & Services) Rockville, MD | 1 Full & 1 Part-Time position available

National Lutheran is doing something fantastic! We have created an amazing, genuine, and caring culture. Would you like to be a part of our We CARE team? Our team members embody the word CARE in every way—from serving seniors and families to interactions with one another. The Connected Living Coordinator supports in providing an ongoing comprehensive program of activities to meet the needs and interest of residents and guests.


  • Plans and leads scheduled recreational activities for residents and guests
  • Plans and leads a variety of resident activity groups (at various levels of abilities) such as: discussion, arts, crafts, exercise, cooking, various games, re-motivation, gardening etc. for mental and physical stimulation
  • Encourages residents and guests to participate in activities by informing them of daily activities, providing an escort to them as needed
  • Prepares and updates activity assessments for residents and guests in accordance with NLCS policies and procedures as assigned
  • Maintains an attendance record for each assigned program/activity
  • Participates in coordinating room scheduling, trips and events
  • Assists the Connected Living Administrative Assistant with planning of monthly activity calendar
  • Edits newsletter, calendars, flyers, website, bulletin boards, brochures and other related materials for residents and guests.
  • Promotes programs with a positive attitude
  • Participates in the decorating of the community for theme events and holidays to include decorating of resident and guest bulletin boards
  • Prepares, completes and submits department reports as required.
  • Maintains department records in accordance with designated requirements


  • High school diploma or equivalent is required
  • Must be considerate and respectful of the rights, dignity and sensibilities of aged and disabled persons
  • Must be able to communicate effectively in English both orally and in writing as applicable to their job responsibilities
  • Background in arts, crafts and/or music is preferred
  • Prior experience working with senior; leading and planning of activities is preferred
  • Ability to follow written and oral instructions
  • Willingness to perform routine, repetitive tasks with frequent interruptions
  • Ability to communicate at all levels, provide instruction and train others as required
  • Ability to work effectively with minimal supervision
  • Proficient computer skills

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SOCIAL WORKER (Broadmead) Cockeysville, MD

Under the direction of the Director of Social Work, and in collaboration with the inpatient and outpatient staff of Broadmead’s Health Care Department, the social worker is responsible for the implementation and delivery of comprehensive social work services. The social worker is a vital member of the interdisciplinary team, he/she will collaborate with other team members evaluate policies and procedures related to Health Services. The social worker will also collaborate with the Director of Social Work to evaluate programs, policies and procedures aimed at enhancing the psychosocial wellbeing of the community at-large.

  1. Assessing patients admitted to the health care unit.
  2. Providing social work evaluations.
  3. Lead interdisciplinary care plan meetings.
  4. Formulating person-center care plans.
  5. Instituting social work services and/or team interventions to facilitate adjustment, coping, or understanding.
  6. Maintaining up-to-date documentation as mandated by regulatory bodies.
  7. Securing resources for patients/residents on the health care unit.
  8. Initiating groups or activities, either independently or in concert with other health care staff including activities staff, with the goal of therapeutically assisting residents and their families in adjusting to living at Broadmead.
  9. Coordinate discharge plans for patients in the sub-acute rehab who are returning to their home at Broadmead, or to the community at large.
  10. Identify patients/residents who may need referrals to psych services. Assist with coordination of referrals to psych services.
  11. Provide in-services as needed to staff.
  12. Serve on facility wide committees as requested.
  13. Provide supervision to social work students as the opportunity arises.
  14. Cover for the Director of Social work as needed.
  15. Serve as the Coordinator of Care between hospice providers and the Broadmead community.
  16. Be aware of HIPAA security regulations.
  17. The social worker will help ensure a high quality of life among Broadmead residents by being available for therapeutic counseling on a variety of issues including, but not limited to:
    • Adjustment to institutional living
    • Interpersonal relations
    • Financial problems
    • Family relations
    • Changes in life due to aging
    • Adjustment to understanding/acceptance of medical diagnosis, treatment or procedures
    • The search for a meaningful way of life
    • Death and dying
  18. The social worker will perform additional duties and complete projects as directed by the supervisor. Accountable for promoting internal customer service.
  19. Abide by the organization’s code of conduct in the performance of their duties
  20. Perform other related duties as required.

Required Qualifications:

  • Comprehensive knowledge of social process, human development, human motivation and human relations.
  • Comprehensive knowledge of the normal aging process.
  • Comprehensive knowledge of dementia.
  • Requires 5 years’ experience of General knowledge of social work program development, implementation, and review.
  • General knowledge of the State and Federal laws and regulations concerning the provision of health care to patients.
  • General knowledge of available resources for services to residents.
  • Requires a Master’s Degree of Social Work and, preferably, experience in the field of aging.
  • Requires a professional license from the Maryland Board of Social Work Examiners (LMSW, LCSW or LCSW-C)

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This position plays a significant role in helping the community meet and/or exceed their marketing and sales goals for external business services and supports. Primary responsibility for sales and marketing of the Community for Life program. Future responsibilities may include sales and marketing for Friends Circle and Centers of Excellence in Dementia Care and Health/Wellness. This position analyzes various business metrics to determine the prospect’s viability and next best step in the sales and marketing process.

  • Interact with prospects through a variety of sales activities that include daily phone outs, face-to-face sales meeting, emails, mail outs, home drops and group sales.
  • Influence prospects with strategic messages, tactics, talking points, events, etc.
  • Develop and sustain customer relationships that result in the achievement of budgeted goals.
  • Conduct extensive follow up, follow-thru activities and retention programs.
  • Conduct phone sales that increase the quality and quantity of appointments attended by prospective residents
  • Manage the integrity of our Customer Relationship Management database information & reports by promptly inputting data and by using the system effectively to manage individually assigned lead base
  • Meets and exceeds established sales expectations
  • Ensures that all new and existing prospect inquiries are consistently managed in accordance with designated time frames
  • Ability to meet client needs which may include evenings and weekends
  • Communicate effectively with key influencers impacting the buying decision
  • Organizes marketing events as directed by the VP of Sales and Marketing
  • Understand and articulately represent all documents related to Broadmead business units.
  • When appropriate and necessary, will work with other department directors/management staff on interdepartmental matters and represent the marketing office in a professional manner.
  • Articulately communicate in both verbal and written format including facilitating small and large group presentations. Assume responsibility for personal work areas and maintain area in a neat and professional manner.
  • Maintains a professional appearance at all times.
  • Ensures any sensitive resident data is shared in accordance with Broadmead established HIPAA policies and procedures.
  • Develops and implements a community relations strategy. Serve as primary representative with referral sources and other publics.
  • Creates new and services existing relationships with professional referral sources
  • Participate in local organizations identified as bringing value by making presentations and joining as a member where appropriate.
  • Prepares and maintains accurate and timely reports as required.
  • Stays updated about relevant operational, competitive and company information in order to respond effectively to prospect inquiries and community contacts.
  • Provide information and education to healthcare professionals, facilities, organizations and consumers regarding services offered.
  • Maintain an in-depth knowledge of the community, healthcare facilities and referral sources appropriate for our various business units.
  • Develop and maintain relationships with discharge planners, case managers, social workers, physicians and other healthcare professionals that utilize Home Care services by regularly conducting sales visits to those referral sources to assist them in identifying those appropriate for services resulting in increase in clients served by business entities.
  • Represent our various business units at health fairs, community functions and participate in community events.
  • Provide regular reporting to management on sales metrics.
  • Performs all other duties as assigned.
  • Accountable for promoting internal customer service.
  • Abide by the organization’s code of conduct in the performance of their duties.

Required Qualifications:

  • Bachelor's degree preferred in a related field and three years' experience working in sales/marketing or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
  • 1 year of demonstrated experience in Home or Healthcare Sales preferred.
  • Knowledge of persuasive and consultative selling techniques to strategically influence customer decisions preferred.
  • Ability to learn new products and offerings, and effectively present unique benefits to a broad customer base.
  • Ability to work independently with limited-oversight and direction.
  • Ability to change/adjust marketing and sales techniques and sales tactics and strategies to meet the unique needs of each prospect.
  • Ability to understand, effectively communicate, and market multiple business units.
  • Ability to consistently contribute to a professional and cohesive work environment.
  • Willingness and ability to learn new processes, continuously improve marketing and sales skills and adapt to a constantly changing environment and customer base.
  • Excellent time management and organizational skills.
  • Excellent computer skills and a proficiency in Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Customer Relationship Management (CRM) database management is preferred.
  • Must demonstrate excellent verbal and written communication skills and have the ability to communicate and present in person, in writing and on the telephone. Must be an effective presenter with both large and small groups.
  • Good communication and relationship development skills.
  • Organized and able to self-motivate in achieving sales goals.
  • Must have a personal vehicle and a valid driver’s license with a clean driving record.
  • Must have familiarity with utilizing various social media platforms such as Facebook, Linked In and Instagram.

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NURSING HOME ADMINISTRATOR (St. Elizabeth Rehabilitation & Nursing Center) Baltimore, MD

Catholic Charities is a non-profit organization with a diverse workforce of over 2000 employees of all faiths, ages and ethnicities who help to improve the lives of those we serve. We are the largest private provider of human services in Maryland operating over 80 programs throughout Maryland, serving children and families, people living in poverty, individuals withrol intellectual disabilities, immigrants, and seniors. Here, you can build a career where you make meaningful differences in the lives of others as we fulfill our mission to love, serve, teach and work for justice.

We are looking for an experienced Nursing Home Administrator at St. Elizabeth Rehabilitation & Nursing Center.  St. Elizabeth Rehabilitation & Nursing Center serves both long-term and short-stay residents (162 dually-licensed beds). The community began in 1927 as Jenkins Memorial with a mission that continues in service to elders with complex and chronic conditions. St. Elizabeth is part of a 25-acre campus offering assisted living, medical adult day, and affordable, supportive apartment living for older adults.  The Administrator of St. Elizabeth Rehabilitation & Nursing Center:

  • Implements the philosophy and mission of Catholic Charities with constant recognition and nurturing of, and investment in, the culture of the St. Elizabeth community. 
  • Fulfills the mission, by-laws, and policies of the Catholic Charities Board of Trustees and the legal and regulatory requirements governing nursing homes.
  • Provides overall management for St. Elizabeth Rehabilitation & Nursing Center in collaboration with Catholic Charities maintaining responsibility for delivery of care to address the cognitive, physical, emotional and medical needs of the elder population. 
  • Attracts and retains talent at all levels by continuously creating an environment and investing in the culture that makes St. Elizabeth a great place to work.
  • Develops sound financial administration, annual budgets preparation and monitors financial performance to ensure stability, i.e. labor costs and overall expense management, payables, and receivables, as well as appropriate handling of funds and business practices.
  • Develops and implements a strategy that reflects opportunities, competition, and market area to maximize impact, census, payer mix, and ancillary revenues. Evaluate, develop and implement business opportunities meeting needs of the community at-large and benefiting the organization.

Minimum Qualifications / Requirements:

  • A valid Maryland Nursing Home Administrator’s license in good standing.
  • A Masters in Health Care Administration or related field is preferred; Bachelor’s degree is required.
  • At least ten years related experience in a skilled nursing facility, five of which must have led clinical staff.

Skills / Competencies:

  • Functions as a Nursing Home Administrator.
  • Experience working with employees covered by a collective bargaining agreement preferred.
  • Thorough working knowledge of Point Click Care (PCC) and RealTime. Ability to implement new software programs and problem solve IT issues for staff needs on site.

We offer a wide range of benefits to meet the ever-changing needs of our employees including but not limited to:

  • Health/Dental/Vision
  • Vacation/sick/holiday pay
  • 403(b) Retirement Plan with a discretionary employer contribution 

Join Catholic Charities of Baltimore where you will be an important member of an trauma-informed care organization that promotes a culture of safety, empowerment, healing and self-care, and that believes that every person has infinite worth and promise.

Catholic Charities is an equal opportunity employer


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Does the snow and cold weather have you longing for some sunshine? A very successful Arizona Retirement Community is looking for a top-level, experienced Nursing Center Administrator.

We are a growth-oriented Retirement Community who is seeking an outstanding and inspiring leader with a proven track record who, through exceptional skills and experience, can bring our Nursing Center to peak performance. We offer a relocation incentive, as well as, competitive benefits and salary, and the opportunity to work with a great Team of exceptional leaders who also have chosen to grow with our organization.

Qualifications: Must be authentic, passionate and inspiring; must have a minimum of 5 years of successful experience in a supervisory capacity in a long-term care organization; must currently possess or be able to acquire a Nursing Home Administrator’s license from the State of Arizona within 30 days from hire.

Overview: The primary purpose is to direct day-to-day functions of the facility in accordance with Federal, State, and Local standards, guidelines and regulations that govern the Long-Term Care Facility and assure that the highest degree of quality care is provided to the residents of our facility at all times.

Responsibilities: Plan, develop, organize, implement, evaluate and direct all the facilities programs and activities except for the maintenance department. Develop and maintain written policies and procedures that govern the operation of the nursing facility. Develop and maintain written job descriptions and performance evaluations for each staff position. Assist department supervisors in the development and use of policies and procedures. Assist in recruitment and selection process of competent department supervisors, consultants and other ancillary personnel. Assure adequate number of appropriately trained Professionals and ancillary personnel are on duty to meet the needs of the residents. Serve as liaison to the Executive Director, medical staff and other Professionals and supervisory staff. Terminate employees when necessary. Be familiar with laws, regulations and guidelines governing personnel administration.

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DIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENT (Homewood at Frederick) Frederick, MD

The Director of Development provides assistance to the Vice President for the design, implementation, and ongoing operation of the Fund Development Program. The major goal is to cultivate donor and prospective donor relationships, achieve ongoing philanthropic support for the Foundation and Benevolent Fund and build constituency with a main emphasis for the Homewood at Hanover and Homewood at Frederick campuses while supporting fundraising efforts throughout the entire Homewood system.


  1. Complies with established Corporate and Departmental policies and procedures, and maintains established standards and practices.
  2. Works with the Vice President to develop and execute the Homewood Foundation’s annual fundraising plan.
  3. Maintains a portfolio of 75 to 100 donors and prospects and will personally cultivate, solicit, and steward them for gifts.
  4. Works with the Vice President to move donors from annual giving status (up to $10,000) to major donors ($10,000+).
  5. Works with the Vice President to create and execute a strategy to increase the base of annual donors for all the Homewood Corporations.
  6. Engages with, and provides appropriate resources to, local board members in the cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of donors.
  7. Assists with all annual giving activities as needed such as direct mail and publications, including website, electronic communications and Social Media.


  1. Bachelor's degree in a related field with a minimum of three years' experience in a fundraising capacity.
  2. Proficiency with computer skills in Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint. Database management experience – Raiser’s Edge or another donor record software experience required.
  3. Enjoys working with people and has excellent interpersonal and communication skills.

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With questions, contact Pat O’Toole at



At Roland Park Place, we are dedicated to providing the highest quality of life for Residents and a positive and supportive work environment for our employees. Roland Park Place employees should naturally adhere to our core values: Passion, Integrity, and Caring.

The Program and Special Events Assistant provides administrative assistance and accounting support to a multi-faceted activities and special events program serving Independent Living residents, and the broader RPP community. The individual considered as a candidate for this position will demonstrate a willing, positive attitude and flexibility to attend RPP events and trips as assigned. Requires ability to think independently, exercise good judgment, and interact with residents in a courteous, polished and professional manner.  

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Follows appropriate safety precautions, is familiar with emergency preparedness plans and is compliant with Roland Park Place policies/procedures regarding reports of employee accidents/incidents.  
  • Produce Monthly Special Events/Programs Calendar and fliers - type, copy and distribute Activities calendar  
  • Generate Work Orders - prepare work orders for Facility Services and Dining Services based on monthly calendar events  
  • Prepare Resident billing information - prepare resident billing and check requests for Finance Office based on resident sign-up requiring fees or payments  
  • Assist Manager and Director with planning for special events, entertainment and trips  
  • Other duties as assigned   

Education and Experience:

High School Diploma or GED required. Associate or Bachelor’s Degree preferred. Administrative, events scheduling, senior living community experience preferred.

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RECREATION SPECIALIST (Roland Park Place) Baltimore, MD

At Roland Park Place, we are dedicated to providing the highest quality of life for Residents and a positive and supportive work environment for our employees. Roland Park Place employees should naturally adhere to our core values: Passion, Integrity, and Caring.

As a full-time Recreation Specialist at Roland Park Place, the employee will use their skills and knowledge to support a wide range of services for residents. Assignments include, but are not limited to, providing development and administration of activities/programs and services that will be delivered with high quality that are designed to enhance quality of life. The recreation specialist will monitor and assist the resident’s condition and recommended appropriate recreational activities that target a residents physical, emotional, spiritual, intellectual and social abilities. Other assignments include; developing treatment plans for residents that use non-pharmaceutical interventions and encourage residents to return or develop new life skills. May be required to work evenings, weekends, and holidays to facilitate programming.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Develop innovate and appropriate therapeutic recreation programming that meets a wide range of functional and cognitive abilities.
  • Implements scheduled recreation programming in a timely and professional manner, demonstrating flexibility in varied groups who will attend programs.
  • Evaluate the participation and efficacy of programs on a regular basis and communicate to the manager of the department regarding any adjustments to the universal activities.
  • Utilize the It’s Never too Late computer programming to enhance engagement.
  • Responsible for all required documentation within the community
  • Directly supervises volunteers and supports recreation assistants as needed.
  • Effectively communicates with residents, families, and staff.
  • Maintains and updates supplies when needed.
  • Must meet physical requirements such as being able to push, pull, and lift more than 50 pounds.
  • Required to transport residents to and from appropriate programs and outings.
  • Completes all required staff training in the time allowed
  • Perform other duties as assigned

Education and Experience:

Bachelor of Science degree in therapeutic recreation required. Certification as a Therapeutic Recreational Specialist (CTRS) at time of appointment and throughout tenure in position. Must maintain professional knowledge and skills through attendance at professional meetings, workshops, courses, and in-service sessions. One year working in long-term care, memory care, or assisted living community preferred.

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BARTENDER (Roland Park Place) Baltimore, MD | Part-Time

At RPP, every member of the Dining Services team is driven to deliver the highest level of hospitality and shares a belief that fresh, quality food is fundamentally linked to health and wellness, human interaction and social responsibility. From this common core, we deliver the best food and dining services possible and exceed our residents' and guests' expectations every day.

The Bartender must be at least 21 years or older, working knowledge of standard drink recipes as well as wines and beer. Understand classes of alcohol, different glasses, knowledge of bar equipment, mixology, and cash handling skills. The individual considered as a candidate for this position will demonstrate excellent customer service skills, and strong interpersonal skills.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Follows appropriate safety precautions, is familiar with emergency preparedness plans and is compliant with Roland Park Place policies/procedures regarding reports of employee accidents/incidents.
  • Follows all Roland Park Place and Dining Service Department policies and procedures including sanitation guidelines.
  • Restocks bar daily; and has the ability to take daily/monthly inventory
  • Trains, supervises, evaluates, disciplines and coaches service staff on proper set-up, clean-up, food safety and customer service techniques
  • Has the ability to learn, and become proficient with our Point of Sale (POS) system
  • Performs other duties as assigned

Education and Experience:

Minimum of 10th grade education. High school diploma or GED preferred. Food service experience preferred.

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Edenwald Senior Living, a premier continuing care retirement community located in Towson, Maryland is searching for a Lifestyle Programming Coordinator. Under direction of the Director of Lifestyle Programming, the Lifestyle Programming Coordinator will conduct activities for independent living residents and assist the Director with coordination and implementation of routine duties and programs.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.

  • Perform welcome orientation with new residents.
  • Work with minimum supervision and handle multiple tasks simultaneously.
  • Create flyers and newsletters encouraging all to embrace our culture of vibrant living!
  • Help prepare and post monthly newsletter and calendar of programs and events on digital sign channel
  • Work with the Director of Lifestyle Programming to distribute the calendar to the community.
  • Engage in planned activities (generally 2-3 per day), using materials and equipment provided.
  • Some activities will require prior planning and gathering of necessary materials.
  • Ability to develop expert knowledge of the auditorium audio visual equipment, assisted listening system and in-house camera.
  • Assist in maintaining equipment and supplies in neat and safe manner. (Training will be provided.)
  • Set up and clean up after all activities such as arrange chairs, tables, put away supplies and prepare room for next activity. Moving of furniture and bringing necessary equipment is sometimes necessary for activities. Communicate with Maintenance Staff for Activity Room set-ups.
  • Participate in resident committee meetings as necessary.
  • Develop and maintain bulletin boards in main lobby.
  • Fill in for the Director of Lifestyle Programming occasionally in administrative capacity as needed during RA meetings and on Committee Meetings.
  • Assist with monthly Resident Council Meetings. Attend and participate in staff meetings and in-service training programs when assigned.
  • Must be able to tolerate and successfully cope with difficult personalities and behavioral situations.
  • Other duties may be assigned by supervisor.
  • Computer literacy.
  • 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: High School Diploma or general education degree (GED); or one to three months related experience and/ or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.

LANGUAGE SKILLS: Ability to read and comprehend simple instructions, short correspondence, and memos. Ability to write simple correspondence. Ability to effectively present information in one-on-one and small group situations to customers, residents, clients, and other employees of the organization.

MATHEMATICAL SKILLS: Ability to add and subtract.

REASONING ABILITY: Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written or oral form. Ability to deal with problems involving several concrete variables in standardized situations.

CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS: Current CPR and First Aid certifications.

TO APPLY: Interested applicants should contact Lisha Galloway, Director of Lifestyle Programming 



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.  


  • 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.

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