Frasier Meadows is an independent not-for-profit, accredited Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC) that is currently in the middle of a major expansion on its 20 acre campus in southeast Boulder. It is home to more than 400 active residents in independent living, assisted living and skilled nursing units in a beautiful, modern facility. Frasier is a vibrant and interesting community with 315 employees, a comprehensive and diverse program, and an operating budget of approximately $22 Million. For more information about the organization, visit www.frasiermeadows.org.
The Vice President of Human Resources leads a department of three, reports directly to the CEO and is part of the organization’s senior management team. The position directs and implements all human resources policies, procedures and programs for the company, including recruitment and staffing, employee relations, salary and wage administration, employee benefits, placement and allocation of human resources, and staff development, working in close collaboration with both executive and departmental managers.
The ideal candidate will meet the following qualifications:
5+ years of experience directing human resources for a complex organization or company, with 10+ years of total human resources experience
Certification as a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR)
Bachelor’s degree required, Master’s degree preferred in relevant field of study
Excellent knowledge of Federal and State laws and regulations pertaining to the HR field
Solid experience in developing and implementing HR policies and procedures as they relate to all the major areas of responsibility
Highly developed computer skills, with experience analyzing HR data and metrics
Substantive industry experience in health and/or senior housing administration
A demonstrated collaborative style and team orientation
Strong problem solving and analytical skills
Excellent oral and written communication skills
Excellent interpersonal skills to establish rapport with all levels of personnel, management and outside contacts.
Internal Number: 0022
About Frasier Meadows Retirement Community
Frasier is an independent not-for-profit; CARF/CCAC accredited Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC) that was named one of the top 100 workplaces in the Denver metropolitan area in 2012. The 20 acre campus is home to more than 400 active residents in independent living, assisted living and skilled nursing units in a beautiful, modern facility. Frasier is a vibrant and interesting community with 250 employees, a comprehensive and diverse program, and an operating budget of approximately $22 Million. It has an outstanding reputation, both within the local community and within Leading Age, the national not for profit senior living professional association. For more information about the organization, visit www.frasiermeadows.org.
For the past two years, Frasier has been engaged in comprehensive master planning effort, addressing organizational growth strategy, physical plant development, program and management structures, accelerated by the post recovery experience of a 100 year flood in 2013 which rendered a significant part of the facility unusable. Hardest hit was the assisted living facility that had to close. In addition, the skilled nursing unit needed to be downs...ized to the current size of 54 beds. However, an entirely new 38 unit assisted living facility opened in January 2015, evenly divided between traditional and memory loss units.
The master plan has the potential to be as large as a $60-70 million dollar project with the opportunity to serve as many as 120 additional residents. Plans also include the addition of a performing arts center, wellness center, and the creation of a medical home model with an onsite full service medical clinic, developed in collaboration with a local community hospital. All services and program are being designed to enhance the lives of current and future resident’s and also to serve and engage the local community. The Frasier Board of Directors has approved the master plan and are committed to looking at the future and meeting that growing demand.
Along with the master planning process, there has been a reorganization of the management structure. Where previously, one Chief Operating Officer was responsible for overseeing both independent living and the health services, there are now two Vice Presidents – one responsible for Health and Supportive Services, and one responsible for Wellness and Community Services.