Corporate Office

Divisional Director of Health & Wellness – Registered Nurse (RN)

Manage talent of Health and Wellness Director Employees in partnership with the community Executive Director or designee. Promote the company’s Health and Wellness philosophy in all aspects of his/her role for residents, families, and staff, including daily support of Health and Wellness operations within the community. Organize and develop onboarding, first thirty days training, and ongoing health and wellness team development. Lead high quality innovative programs within the Health and Wellness departments of the new development communities as assigned. Implement and monitor programs and processes to promote excellence in health and wellness while maintaining a high level of resident/family/staff satisfaction in a fiscally responsible manner. Maintain current knowledge of Health and Wellness topics including Alzheimer’s/dementia. Provide education, training, and hands on support to community staff. Ensure community compliance with all state regulatory requirements through various audit measures and onsite visits/compliance reviews; responsible for keeping current on all applicable state regulations. Support, drive, and monitor community compliance with various electronic clinical systems providing additional training as indicated. Coordinate all tasks related to health and wellness/regulatory compliance throughout the pre-open and licensure process and on-going.  Promote positive team collaboration between health and wellness, sales and operations in supporting community occupancy growth. Travel up to 80% of the time. Provide input into setting a budget and stays within a budget

Recruitment Specialist – Maine

Manage full-cycle recruiting/sourcing and interviewing process with a focus on front-line staff. Set appropriate sourcing strategy for immediate and future candidate pools.  Accountable for the overall candidate and hiring manager experience from first point of contact through onboarding.  Manage applicant flow within ATS; source, screen resumes/candidates, coordinate interviews. Prepare candidates for interviews by providing logistical information, interview schedule, and other information as needed.   Interview and facilitate/participate in selection decision process.  Create and maintain tracking of requisitions, open position reports. Develop relationships with local Universities for entry-level and intern candidates; initiate, organize and participate in sponsored job/career fairs and on-campus events as applicable. 

Skilled Nursing Operations Specialist – Traveling NHA

In situations of NHA vacancy, serve as onsite executive for all operations, acting as contact for all staff, residents, prospects, community organizations, government agencies, and the public. Provide added support as needed to incumbent nursing home administrators, including but not limited to onboarding, training, leadership, and management coaching. Review and monitor survey readiness and verify that the community is in compliance. Work with residents, families and the community to ensure that residents are at appropriate levels of care. Manage budget and cash flow, maintain budget accountability, manage occupancy and revenue expectations with sales team, aggressively anticipate and minimize negative budget variances and deficits. Complete mock surveys as indicated. Hire, train, discipline, and terminate managerial employees in accordance with Senior Lifestyle Corporation human resources policy. Maintain all local, state, and federal licenses. Create an environment for pride and quality among all staff, encouraging them to their highest potential. Maintain resident retention by working with residents and their families, dealing with any issues that arise. Lead staff meetings. Ensure that all proprietary, financial, and resident information is kept confidential. Monitor and record petty cash disbursements and reconcile to replenish. Participate in accounts receivables and bad debt reviews. Process/file workers compensation claims. Attend all required training, in-service, and staff meetings. Strive to maintain a safe working environment through the prevention of accidents, the preservation of equipment, and the achievement of safe working practices. Maintain a positive and professional demeanor toward residents, visitors, families, and co-workers. Adhere to all policies and procedures of Senior Lifestyle Corporation. Perform other duties as assigned.

Operations Area Manager – North Carolina

Assist assigned communities in attaining budgeted financial and census goals in furtherance of business plans for assigned communities. Plan, implement, and ensure compliance of written policies and procedures of the Company that reflect the goals and objectives of the Company. Review state specific regulations and Company policies and procedures periodically, and, following consultation with the Company’s RDO, make changes as necessary to ensure community compliance with current state specific regulations. Assist with recruiting, selecting, and training competent community staff in all disciplines. Assist with preparing an annual operating budget for approval by the Company’s corporate leadership. Promote public relations activities, including public relations in “crisis” situations, that assure a favorable image of the Company’s and the community’s programs on a local and state level. Maintain confidentiality of all resident care information as well as proprietary Company information. Serve as resource to any community assigned to him/her. Ensure quality of all building operations and departments and compliance with local, state and federal regulations of all communities assigned to him/her. Participate in activities and is available as needed to residents, families, and staff at all communities assigned. Conduct monthly site visits at all communities.  

HR Technology Administrator – New Grads Welcome – Hybrid in Chicago

Serve as an HCM technical point of contact for all Executive Directors and Business Office Managers. Support will include assigning new user access, resetting/unlocking ADP accounts, performing mass data uploads, rerouting workflows, and troubleshooting system errors. Activities to include maintenance of user profiles (system access and security) and system tables (adds/changes/deletes).  Perform scheduled data audits to identify and resolve data discrepancies and recommend solutions or alternate methods to avoid recurrence. Troubleshoot PTO accruals, holiday, and ADP Scheduling questions/technical issues related to employee timecards. Preform as ADP Dashboard subject matter expert. Maintain payroll intranet page with up-to-date content/training material. Assist with creating training material/process documentation for HCM system.  Participate and conduct product trainings as assigned. Assist in the review, testing and implementation of HR system upgrades and patches. Intermediate user in Microsoft Excel.

Area Maintenance Coordinator

Serve as the acting Maintenance Coordinator when a position is vacant.  Provide additional hands-on support/focus on designated assignments at “priority properties”. “Priority properties” to be determined by the AOM, Regional Director of Operations, and National Director of Plant Operations.  For more challenging tasks, offer on-the-job training and/or direct hands-on assistance. Responsible for the training of new Maintenance Directors and/or Coordinators and assist as necessary with the on-boarding of janitors and housekeepers.  Respond to and complete resident work orders in a timely matter, in a fashion which as consistent with resident or management expectations.  Perform required tasks so that assets are well maintained, including effective use of TELS for preventative maintenance, to achieve maximum useful life in terms of serviceability and appearance.  Assist properties in establishing and meeting operating and capital budget goals via effective use of YARDI, Spend-Down, and other internal reporting methods.  Collaborate with the Regional and National Directors of Plant Operations to roll-out and oversee vendor contracts including professed suppliers and service agreements.  Responsible for ensuring designated communities have consistently incorporated SLC maintenance standards.  Perform work required to bring resident units to move-in ready standards/ Ensure unit turnover are meeting company standards and are completed within budget. Perform general maintenance projects as assigned including installations and repairs involving plumbing and electrical equipment, carpentry work, painting, equipment repair, snow removal and outside landscaping maintenance.  Knowledgeable of all property emergency, safety/disaster plans and procedures.  Respond promptly to emergencies affecting resident or employee safety and/or an immediate jeopardy to the physical plant. 

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