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Executive Director (Interim)

Willoughby Manor Retirement Residence

This is a Full-time position in Niagara Falls, ON posted September 14, 2020.

We are in a global pandemic, and your skills are needed more than ever.  Your leadership skills, your resourcefulness, your heart.  This is why you’ve chosen to work in the long-term care sector – to care for people in need.  There’s no place where your help is more needed than in the long-term care facilities in your community.  Executive Director  Our long-term care facility in Toronto is in need of a new interim Executive Director.  In this role, you will take on full responsibility for the daily operations of the retirement home. You’ll efficiently manage human, physical, and financial resources to ensure the highest quality person-centered care and safety for our residents.   You will:  * Set annual goals and objectives for the home based on our mission, vision, and values* Provide guidance, direction, and supervision to the Home* Develop corporate policies and procedures * Assist the Home to comply with all applicable statues, regulations, and government requirements * Support the department heads in interpreting collective agreements, assist them with managing labor issues, and provide guidance on HR, risk management, resident care issues, legal and fiscal issues, etc. * Recruit, hire, and performance manage employees, including conducting annual performance reviews on department heads and other key staff * Manage the operating and capital budgets in conjunction with the department heads and Vice President of Operations, including monitoring of monthly expenditures* Provide leadership and be actively involved in the development of special programs utilizing an interdisciplinary and interfacility approach* Provide input to external committees and task forces on standards, new programs and initiatives* Assist with marketing and public relations and serve as a public spokesperson for the Home as needed * Monitor and review the Quality Improvement Program and provide regular feedback to senior management and other key staff* Provide leadership on new funding initiatives and input into how funds need to be spent/allocation for the Home.* Lead the development of a privacy program for the organization and oversee the ongoing development, implementation and maintenance of the organization’s confidentiality, privacy and security related policies, procedures, guidelines and standards Working with Us  This is a permanent, full-time position working in Niagara Falls. You will be provided with the necessary PPE required to keep you safe.  We’re a well-established organization that has been dedicated to serving the senior community in Ontario for decades. Our passionate and knowledgeable team is united under a common goal: to make each moment count for our residents, while keeping their well-being front and centre.  We know that it’s our people who are the key to our success. We support our staff with appreciation events, and continuing education opportunities.   We hope you’ll join us, and bring your skills to our team, for our residents.  Qualifications Education:* Post-secondary degree from a program that is a minimum of three (3) years in duration or a post-secondary diploma in health or social services from a program that is a least two (2) years* Completed or enrolled in long term care administration management course that is at least one hundred (100) hours in duration of instruction time Experience: * Proven management experience in long-term care with demonstrated leadership and communication skills * Minimum of three (3) years working experience in a managerial or supervisory capacity in the health or social services sector OR in a another managerial or supervisor capacity (any field) if combined with the successful completion of the long-term care administrator or management program* Knowledge of basic accounting* Experience managing complex projects* Working knowledge of labour relations and applicable legislation