Our valued client is currently seeking the following:

Executive Director

Long Term Care & Community Services – Non-Profit

Deep River, Ontario

Company Overview:

The North Renfrew Long Term Care Centre is a hub-model/campus of seniors care in the Town of Deep River.  The Centre offers 20 long term care beds, a short stay program, 9 supportive care apartments, an adult day program, an assisted living program in the community as well as Meals on Wheels, Diner’s Club and Transportation Program.

North Renfrew LTC is committed to continuously improving performance at every level of the organization by focusing on*exceeding customer expectations consistent with their Mission, Vision and Values.

They believe in supporting people to achieve the best possible quality of life by focusing on the individual choices of residents/clients and their families.

North Renfrew LTC’s Philosophy includes:

  • Putting residents first
  • Individualized resident/client-focussed care
  • Making residents and clients comfortable. Always
  • Home-like environment
  • Maintaining independence and dignity
  • Quality of life

 Position & Responsibilities:

The Executive Director will report directly to the Board of Directors and ensures the safe, effective, efficient, caring and compliant administration of all programs.  The Executive Director will implement the Mission, Vision and Values Statements of the Corporation, as well as supporting the Strategic Direction of the Board of Directors.  The Executive Director will act as the Administrator of the Centre, in accordance with the Long-Term Care Homes Act, 2007.

  • Plans, co-ordinates, directs, facilitates and monitors the effectiveness of all operational activities and programs of the Centre
  • Provides leadership and direction to ensure all components of the established Total Quality Management process are implemented across the organization
  • Develops Policies and Procedures to ensure the Centre complies with all relevant Legislation, including the Long -Term Care Homes Act, AODA, Occupational Health and Safety requirements, Residential Tenancies Act, ESA, etc.
  • Recruits, orients and manages all senior management; oversees and participates in the recruitment, orientation and management activities of all departments
  • Responsible for all finances and for ensuring that spending is within the budgetary constraints established annually
  • Oversees the efficient and effective procurement and supply control procedures throughout the organization
  • Ensures that all reporting requirements are completed, accurate and submitted within the established timeframes
  • Works in collaboration with funders and other Health Service Providers, networking groups and other community services to ensure effective use of resources
  • Provides Human Resources leadership to the organization; actively participates in hiring, firing, disciplinary meetings and follow up as necessary
  • Manages the Human Resources requirements of both unionized and non-unionized staff
  • Actively leads to ensure that all employees promote the resident/client focussed philosophy in every interaction with customers
  • Ensures that accurate financial, statistical, medical and personnel and other records are maintained and up to date
  • Responds to concerns or complaints from residents, clients and family members, facilitating a satisfactory response to these concerns
  • Facilitates optimal occupancy in all programs
  • Understands and interprets all components of relevant legislation for staff, residents, volunteers and families
  • Participates in the development of the Strategic Direction for the organization

Qualifications:

  • Minimum of 3-5 years’ experience in Health Care Management; preference will be given to those with Long Term Care management experience
  • Post-secondary degree in health care, health care administration, business or social services; preference will be given to those with graduate degrees in Health Care Administration
  • Demonstrated leadership experience working with a community Non-Profit Board of Directors is an asset
  • Regulated health care professional status is an asset (e.g. RD, RN, OT, PT, etc.)
  • Has completed or is eligible to complete the Long Term Care Administrator Certification (minimum of 100 hours), as per the LTCHA
  • Experience in the management of Community Support Services and Assisted Living programs
  • Knowledge of all relevant legislation (e.g. Occupational Health and Safety Act, Long Term Care Homes Act and Regulation, Fire Safety regulations, etc.) and has the ability to interpret and administer Collective Agreements
  • A strong and demonstrated commitment to quality, innovative programming and resident/client focussed care

 Compensation:

  • A competitive compensation package including benefits, has been developed to attract a dynamic leader

Please apply in confidence to:

Cheryl Janssen
Maxwell Management Group Ltd.
cheryl@maxwellmanagementgroup.com 
1-855-305-4078 ext. 211

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