MOOSEHAVEN, CITY OF CONTENTMENT
Job Title: Executive Director
Division: Moosehaven, Inc.
Reports To: Moosehaven Board of Directors and
Director General - Moose International
FLSA Status: Exempt
The Executive Director is responsible for the overall leadership, structure, vision, strategic direction and outcomes/results of Moosehaven operations in support of the overall safety, rights, well-being and quality of care of its residents. The Executive Director assures the fulfillment of the Fraternity’s obligations to residents of the retirement community – members of the Loyal Order of Moose (LOOM) and Women of the Moose (WOTM) and their spouses.
JOB DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Oversees the day-to-day operations of Moosehaven; plans, evaluates, supports and oversees the development, implementation and management of Moosehaven properties, programs and services.
Demonstrates a dedication to seniors, ensuring that all residents receive the highest quality of care and services in a supportive and positive environment provided by the facility team.
Maintains awareness of and ensures compliance with applicable state and federal laws and regulations as they pertain to continuous care retirement facilities.
Stays abreast of current management and retirement facility care principles, techniques and practices.
Responsible to develop, communicate and achieve appropriate annual organizational goals.
Creates and oversees implementation of short and long-range strategies to ensure that Moosehaven is recognized as a leader in the retirement profession.
Evaluates and determines organizational staffing/succession requirements.
Fosters a collegial consensus among staff that encourages effective decision-making and action.
Leads senior staff members of Moosehaven in determining organizational vision, goals, tactics and policy.
Develops, evaluates and oversees the implementation, execution and communication of organizational policy and procedures by Moosehaven management and staff.
Reviews, authorizes and approves all purchase requisitions greater than $1,000.
Assists in the selection, evaluation and contracts with vendors.
Evaluates and acts as the authorized signatory for Moosehaven land and/or facilities lease or rental.
Serves as Vice President/Chief Operating Officer of Moosehaven and is a member of
Moosehaven’s Admissions Committees (Moose Life and New Life) and the Moosehaven Property Management Committee.
Cultivates and maintains professional relationships within Moose International, its subsidiaries and related organizations to enhance communications, shared vision support and program alignment.
Collaborates with Moose International’s Director of Marketing and Director of Membership in the development and execution of marketing and public relations initiatives to enhance awareness, understanding and appeal of Moosehaven as a “provider of choice” in continuing care retirement communities.
Represents the organization with the media and at public and fraternal meetings/events and local government meetings requiring Moosehaven’s involvement.
Initiate, develop and build a collaborative relationship with external community members while promoting Moosehaven to the surrounding community through "Heart of the Community" events and by hosting other community service organizations
Monitors, controls, and implements the goals, directives, programs and policies set forth by the Director General and Moosehaven’s Board of Directors.
Provides routine status reports to and advises the Director General and Moosehaven’s Board of Directors of significant problems that jeopardize the achievement of Moosehaven’s objectives.
Oversees Moosehaven projects funded by Associations, Lodges, Chapters and others in cooperation with Moose Charities, Inc.
Oversees and hosts functions of the Supreme Council, Moose International, State Associations, District and other Loyal Order of Moose and Women of the Moose meetings/events.
Oversees and supports Opportunity Lodge operations, including: countersigns all checks, reviews monthly operating statement, conducts quarterly audit, attends Board of Officers meetings as required, approves selection of Lodge Administrator, approves all proposed Lodge Bylaw changes and recommends Lodge support for resident activities programs as provided in the Lodge Bylaws.
Initiates, cultivates and maintains professional relationships with fraternity leadership and members.
Attends and addresses members at the annual Moose Fraternity Convention.
Acts as Official Visitor at assigned state conventions and/or mid-year state conferences.
Performs other duties as assigned
DIRECT SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES:
Job directly supervises:
Director of Health Care Center Operations
Director of Resident Services
Director of Finance
Director of Human Resources
Director of Communications
Director of Facilities
Medical Director (contracted).
The Executive Director evaluates Moosehaven’s organizational structure including roles, authorities and accountabilities and determines individual performance expectations for direct reports.
The Executive Director is responsible for hiring, providing performance feedback and formal evaluation, pay level recommendations and disciplinary action; develops, coaches and guides direct reports; evaluates Moosehaven, Inc., organizational structure including roles, authorities and accountabilities and determines individual performance expectations for direct reports.
Prepares Moosehaven’s annual operating and capital budgets
Manages Moosehaven’s operating and capital budgets and is accountable for results and fiscal controls
INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL INTERACTIONS:
The Moosehaven Executive Director:
Has regular interactions with the Director of Resident Services, Director of Health Care Operations and residents regarding resident issues/concerns and/or quality issues
Regularly attends Resident Council Meetings
Communicates with the Director General on Operational issues
Moose International on financial issues
General Council on legal , matters including employee and resident issues
Risk Management on insurance matters
Executive Director of Moose Charities regarding fund raising and special projects,
Lodge Administrators and State Associations leadership regarding functions scheduled at Moosehaven, public relations and events
Contacts families regarding resident issues,
Maintains regular contact with vendors and annual contact with Auditor
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
Outstanding organizational and interpersonal skills
Demonstrated record of honesty, loyalty, and professionalism
Excellent written and oral skills to communicate effectively with all levels of the media, states and local government and regulatory authorities, organizational leadership, employees, residents and residents’ families, fraternal leadership and members, area communities, vendors and the public.
Ability to speak clearly and compellingly to small and large groups
Ability to facilitate discussions and negotiate resolution of controversial issues
Ability to articulate the Moosehaven mission and vision to others
Ability to comprehend complex ideas, develop solutions to problems, and analyze qualitative and quantitative data
Ability to effectively negotiate with vendors and comprehend contract nuances
Ability to cooperate within a team
Ability to work under stress and successfully handle multiple tasks and projects simultaneously
Ability to resolve issues objectively and maintain strict confidentiality
Ability to deal with ambiguity and changing organizational needs
MINIMUM EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:
5 years mid-level experience in managing, evaluating and budgeting for a Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC)
Bachelor Degree in Social Work, Psychology, Health Care Administration or Business
Broad understanding of the Moose fraternal organization—its structure, leadership, history, and formal/informal relationships to and with Moose International and its subsidiaries and related organizations
PREFERRED EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:
Masters Degree in Social Work, Psychology, Health Care Administration or Business
Licensed Nursing Home Administrator
WORKING CONDITIONS (Typical work environment):
Normal office environment including movement from desk to other work areas in a multi-floor suite and multi-building facility to carry out job duties
Work may be stressful in periods of high volume and/or tight deadlines
Travel as required by automobile and air
Ability to live on campus and be on-call 24/7 - 3 Bedroom home with river view as well as golf cart included in compensation
This job description in no way states or implies that these are the only duties to be performed by the jobholder. S/he will be required to follow other instructions or perform other duties as requested by his/her supervisor or manager. Essential duties may change.
Job Type: Full-time
Salary: $145,000.00 to $165,000.00 /year
- Mid to upper level management in Continuing Care Facility: 5 years (Required)
- Orange Park, FL (Required)
- Health insurance
- Dental insurance
- Vision insurance
- Retirement plan
- Paid time off
- Weekends required
- Holidays required
- Day shift
- 8 hour shift