Westminster Communities of Florida, a nationally recognized not-for-profit church related organization, is seeking an experienced Executive Director for the newest community to join our family of CCRCs. Glenmoor is one of North Florida’s finest destinations for extraordinary senior-living. Opening in 2001 in the celebrated World Golf Village, between the vibrant city of Jacksonville and charming St. Augustine. This position requires strong leadership and interpersonal skills, for this individual is accountable for the day-to-day operations of the community. EOE/DFWP - We home those who serve.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:•Implementation and maintenance of all policies established by the Board of Directors Management Services offices.•Maintaining all the standards established by the organization.•Completing all contractual obligations between PRC and the residents.•Compliance with all local, state and federal laws and regulations pertaining to the operation of the community.•Selecting, employing, controlling, developing, evaluating and discharging department heads in conjunction with the appropriate Management Services Directors/Coordinators.•Recommending annual capital and operational budget, budget revisions and amendments following prescribed Management Services accounting procedures.•Adhering to approved budget, submitting monthly variance reports and approving all major purchases and invoices.•The maintenance of all physical properties of the community to insure they are kept in good repair and operating condition.•Providing positive liaison between the residents, community staff, and Management Services personnel.•Oversee the marketing department and provide timely resale of vacated apartments to insure proper utilization of communities assets.•Involvement in the local community in which the retirement community is located to develop positive relationships with local churches, agencies and organizations for cooperation and support of the organization.EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:• B.S. degree in health related or business major. Masters degree desirable.• Currently hold or have the ability to obtain an Administrator's License in the State of Florida in a short period of time.• Ability to read and understand financial statements.• A self-motivator with ability to set and carry out goals.• Ability to motivate and communicate well with residents and staff.• Minimum of 3-years successful management experience in retirement industry, preferably within multi-facility organization.
LeadingAge Florida was established in 1963 as a Florida not-for-profit corporation and is the only statewide association representing the full continuum of housing and supportive services for seniors. It is the state partner of LeadingAge, located in Washington, DC.
LeadingAge Florida serves nearly 400 mission-driven communities that provide quality housing, health care and community services as well as promote practices that support, enable and empower people to live fully as they age.