1. Develop and address priorities for short and long-range goals, objectives and strategic plans in partnership with the Board of Directors
2. Oversee all planning, budgeting, finance, business management, quality control, human resources, security, property management, training programs, Board and employee orientation, marketing and development/fundraising functions and activities.
3. Build and maintain strong relationships with governmental and community agencies, professional associations and other entities to advance the goals and objectives the organization.
4. Represent Tower One/Tower East at local, state and national meetings concerning elderly services, housing and related long-term care issues.
5. Promote an atmosphere of caring, warmth and friendliness throughout the organization and in the community and respond in a timely manner to residents’ and their families’ needs and concerns
6. Attract, retains, motivates develops and leads the staff team
7. Develop, maintain and update the organization’s operating procedures, with input from staff and Board as appropriate.
8. Identify, implement and oversee grant applications and projects and ensure that all projects comply with Federal, State and local regulation
9. Manage, oversee and coordinate special projects as assigned
10. Share twenty-four hour on-call responsibilities on a rotating basis.
1. Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration, Management, Health Care Administration or Organizational Management required. Master’s Degree preferred.
2. 5 - 7 years’ experience in the management of health and human services in an elderly services community setting and a passion for the mission and progressive approach to aging.
3. Working knowledge and understanding of the practices and principles of administration and management, including policy development, program planning, budgeting, marketing, community relations, property management and personnel supervision and selection.
4. Demonstrated proficiency in negotiating and interacting effectively with local, state, and national representatives concerning grant administration, funding and development.
5. Excellent oral and written communication skills with demonstrated leadership, decision making, organizational and time management skills.
6. Ability to build and nurture effective and efficient teams.
7. Computer literacy.
8. Knowledge and familiarity with Jewish customs, values and traditions.
To apply please send a cover letter, resume and salary history to Jacqueline Koral at firstname.lastname@example.org