Elizabeth Seton Pediatric Center (ESPC) is a 169 bed, post-acute long-term care facility providing expert medical care, nursing care, rehabilitation therapies and educational services to complex, medically fragile infants, children and adolescents in a compassionate and positive state of the art home environment. We provide medical subspecialty care in-house as well as support continuity of care with subspecialty providers at the surrounding medical centers. Each resident has unique needs which are met through an individualized, collaborative family-centered approach. We have pediatric nurse practitioners on each neighborhood team and in-house 24 hours/365 days/year. Our center has robust programs in Child Life and Rehabilitative Play, Creative Arts & Music therapy, and Palliative Care.
Elizabeth Seton Pediatric Center is seeking a Vice President, Operations/Administration.
This position is responsible for providing leadership and direction, in accordance with the policies & strategic business plan of the CEO of Elizabeth Seton Pediatric Center and its Board of Directors, to all assigned operational functions/staff in support of the achievement of desired operational, financial, and performance standards and goals. Responsible for oversight for the daily operations of 169 residents in a pediatric post-acute rehabilitation and long term care facility. Has direct oversight of the following departments: Nursing, Dining and Nutrition, Admissions, Environmental Services & Security, Engineering, Social Services, Creative Arts, and Rehabilitation. Serves as Administrator of Record.
Promote Elizabeth Seton Pediatric Center’s Mission and Core Values of Respecting and Embracing Diversity, Excellence, Collaboration, Innovation, Evolution, Growth and Change and Loving Relationships by bringing these values to life in the organization.
Actively participate in setting the strategic direction of management services within operations to ensure effective execution of Elizabeth Seton Pediatric Center's Strategic Objectives utilizing data driven and evidence based measurements.
Oversee operations governance and partner relations to ensure expectations are continuously exceeded.
Manage the selection, development and performance of direct reports to retain an engaged operations leadership team for Elizabeth Seton Pediatric Center.
Develop and monitor the progress of financial and operational performance standards to assure viable operations, a positive cash flow, budget adherence, and high levels of quality care and customer satisfaction. Engage in auditing and rounding.
Identify and assist in the implementation of operational systems needed to maximize efficient and effective resource allocation.
Ensure compliance with all Federal and State codes, rules and regulations pertaining to long term care operations of the Pediatric Center.
Lead and demonstrate a Culture of Safety First/No Harm.
Coordinate the Child and Family Services program including working with the following departments to provide excellence in quality of life to residents and their families: Social Work, Creative Arts, Child Life, Recreation, Pastoral Care, and Transportation.
Serve as facility’s Grievance Officer. Act as a courageous listener, liaison and advocate for family and resident concerns.
Coordinate risk management activities with Vice President of Internal Audit, Risk and Project Management in regard to potential and actual liability.
Act as Emergency Management Coordinator and ensures implementation of the Emergency Operations Plan.
Master’s degree in health care administration or related field preferred
Valid NYS Nursing Home Administrator License
Minimum five (5) years of experience as a practicing licensed nursing home administrator.
Demonstrated effective leadership skills.
Demonstrated experience in the area of advocating public policy changes that impact long-term care facility operations at the state and/or national level. This would include regulatory development and reimbursement system changes, along with overall health policy.
Must be able to demonstrate operational success including exceptional resident service, growth in the census, compliance with state regulations and achievement of consistent star superior ratings within the portfolio of facilities managed.
Governance and/or management experience with mission driven care organizations.
To apply, visit https://setonpediatricareers.silkroad.com/
Complete the online application; attach a cover letter and curriculum vitae.
The Elizabeth Seton Pediatric Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer and considers all candidates for employment equally regardless of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, citizenship, disability, veteran status, marital status, sexual orientation, or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state or local laws.