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Executive Director (Full Time) - Riverbend Place

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Full Time
Riverbend Place (Long Term Care)
Date Posted:
2024-02-05 08:06:16 UTC
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The Opportunity
As the Executive Director you will have an opportunity to make a difference in the lives of our residents and their families by taking on responsibility for the overall management and operations of the home.  You will leverage your leadership skills to engage employees and achieve optimum standards of care, service and value for our residents while consistently working within budgetary goals and regulatory requirements. 

In this role you will be focused on:

  • Attracting and engaging managers and employees who model Extendicare's values and provide exceptional care
  • Achieving a high level of employee, resident and family satisfaction
  • Ensuring resident safety and care that meets or exceeds regulatory requirements
  • Ensuring the success of Quality Improvement Programs and initiatives
  • Managing financial resources and meeting/exceeding targets

What You Will Do:

  • Collaborate - Work with multidisciplinary teams at the community, regional and support team to support the health and well-being of all residents
  • Manage - Oversee all operations and expenditures related to funding streams, balancing funding envelopes and ensuring all accountabilities are met with respect to jurisdictional authorities and Extendicare policies/procedures
  • Comply - Ensure all practices are in compliance with relevant Provincial and Federal Acts and Regulations, including Collective Agreements
  • Lend a Helping Hand - Take a hands-on approach to supporting managers, employees, residents, and families through their day-to-day priorities
  • Cultivate - Hire, train and engage a team of managers and employees respect the Resident Bill of Rights and deliver quality care in compliance with policies, procedures and regulatory requirements
  • Respond with HEART - Hear, Empathize, Acknowledge, Respond and Thank

What You Bring:

  • A university degree in Health, Gerontology, Business, Marketing or Social Services
  • Your LTC Administrator Certification (where applicable)
  • Minimum of five (5) years relevant health management experience including budgeting, operating statement analysis, labour relations and a thorough awareness of applicable legislation governing LTC operations
  • Demonstrated ability to lead, engage and manage a sizeable multidisciplinary team, in a unionized environment
  • Solid understanding of  business planning processes and business metrics
  • Experience in risk management activities and demonstrated knowledge of continuous quality improvement processes
  • Passion to promote a person-centered care philosophy and work with seniors
  • Must provide a complete and current (within six months) Vulnerable Sector Check (including a Criminal Background Check) or be willing to obtain one.

What We Offer:

  • Support from your Regional and National Team
  • Varied career experiences and opportunities
  • Benefits and Pension Package
  • Work life balance
  • Vision to support a person-centered care philosophy

What are you waiting for?

Join us in celebrating the ageless spirit of people through service and innovation. 

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