Chief Executive Officer, Vineland, ON
When it comes to quality of life, this region has others beat! Beautifully-maintained biking and walking trails line the area while numerous golf courses, ball diamonds, playing fields, swimming pools, and rinks unite local citizens and contribute to a strong sense of community.
The area is also known for its orchards, vineyards, wineries and restaurants that feature local produce and wines. Fruit crops grown in Vineland include cherries, peaches, apples, strawberries and pears. During the summer, the orchards and fields attract many tourists from all over Ontario.
Our residents are some of the most interesting, spectacular people you will ever meet. Their backgrounds are diverse, they come from all over, and they are real people who have lived real lives. They have a story and if you have a minute they’d love to tell it.
United Mennonite Home is a Christian not for profit, charitable organization. With 60 years of history, United Mennonite Home is dedicated to serving all of the needs of their community through three levels of services: Long-Term Care, Supportive Housing, and Independent Living. The modern long-term care home was built in 2004 with 128 beds and the continuum of care also includes 48 apartments and 42 life lease townhomes. The purpose of the Home is to provide professional care with compassion, treating residents with dignity and respect, thereby fulfilling the mandate to “do unto others as you would have others do unto you”.
Motivated by Christian principles, the team at United Mennonite Home has the highest commitment to uncompromised, personal care which far exceeds any ministry guidelines or industry standards.
With the current CEO retiring, we are seeking the next dynamic and passionate leader to fill this key role. If you have excellent leadership, communication, and customer service skills, then we want to speak to you! As the CEO, you must have a strong knowledge base of long-term care operations as well as strong relationship-building skills to ensure excellent relationships with staff, residents, families and the broader Niagara community.
Continuously improve the quality of care and quality of life for the residents
Maintain and grow the mission of healthcare with specific attention to the physical, emotional, social and spiritual needs of each person