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NOW HIRING: Executive Director of The Glebe

08/18/17

RICHMOND, Virginia—LifeSpire of Virginia is seeking to hire an executive director for The Glebe, a not-for-profit life plan community in Daleville, Virginia. The Glebe is one of four communities owned and operated by LifeSpire of Virginia, based in Richmond, Virginia.

The Glebe currently consists of 154 independent living apartments/cottages, 32 assisted living beds, and 32 skilled nursing beds.  Master Planning is underway to consider growth opportunities for additional independent living apartments and/or a memory care neighborhood.

The community has an outstanding reputation in the Roanoke market and currently provides service to 256 residents and currently employs 192 staff members. The health center provides excellent care and has a 5-star rating with the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.

Reporting to the Chief Operating Officer, the Executive Director is responsible for continuing and enhancing the reputation of the community by providing strategic leadership consistent with the LifeSpire mission, vision, and values. The Executive Director shall provide leadership in the development of policies, procedures and plans which result in the accomplishment of both the organization’s long- and short-range goals. The Executive Director is responsible for ensuring the development and delivery of appropriate services to residents, clients, and their families.

Key qualifications, duties, and personal characteristics for this position are:

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Minimum 5 years’ experience as an Executive Director of a life plan community
  • Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field
  • NHA license is a plus, but not required
  • Thorough understanding of the senior housing industry
  • Financial management skills; ability to develop and manage the budget for the entire community; identify areas for expense savings or revenue generating opportunities
  • Ability to maintain and strengthen positive working relationships with staff, residents, and leadership across communities
  • With support of the leadership team, develop and implement a strategic plan that aligns with the LifeSpire mission, vision, and values
  • Provide quality programming and services that meet the needs of today’s and tomorrow’s consumer
  • Develop and sustain a community culture of teamwork, professionalism, mutual respect, continuous quality improvement, and accountability
  • Develop a strong team of competent and committed professionals who are committed to service excellence
  • Articulate a vision, create consensus, and motivate people to build a sense of community

KEY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Support the strategic plan and direction of LifeSpire of Virginia.
  • Direct the overall operations of the facility while complying with state and federal regulations as well as the company’s policies and procedures
  • Ensure compliance and licensure with all licensing agencies
  • Manage occupancy development.
  • Plan, develop, and manage facility’s operating and capital budgets
  • Develop and monitor all contracted provider services.
  • Foster effective communications and teamwork among the facility’s management group
  • Maintain current knowledge about changes in federal, state, and local regulations
  • Focus on achieving and maintaining 5-star status in the community

PERSONAL CHARACTERISTICS:

The ideal candidate will be a competent, compassionate, and committed professional who is willing to enter into a long-term commitment of service to the organization and do so within a team-oriented, collaborative, servant-leadership environment.  He/she will be a person of high integrity and ethical standards and have a personal reputation that will reflect well on the organization.  Of equal importance will be a high standard of care and concern for current and future residents.  He/she will evidence a commitment to establishing community collaborations. As a relationship-oriented person, the Executive Director will be an excellent communicator and will maintain a visible presence among staff, residents, clients, and within the surrounding community.

This job offers a competitive base salary with a bonus incentive structure, as well as an excellent benefits package. The full-time benefits package includes options for health, dental, and life insurance, retirement plan, generous paid time off, and relocation assistance.  EOE.

Qualified applicants may apply by e-mailing a resume to:

jobs@lifespireliving.org

 

 

Now Hiring: Chief Operating Officer

LifeSpire of Virginia (formerly Virginia Baptist Homes), a non-profit organization with four continuing care retirement communities within Virginia and a strong benevolent foundation, is currently seeking a Chief Operating Officer (COO).

The COO will be responsible for directing the overall operations in all communities through leadership, management, and vision. This position ensures the company has proper operational controls, administrative support, and reporting procedures in place to ensure financial strength, ratio performance and operating efficiency. The COO will foster a culture of accountability, hospitality, integrity, compliance, quality, and transparency.

This position is based in the home office in Richmond, Virginia, and travel to the communities and continuing education will account for 30-40 percent of time spent traveling outside the home office.

Key Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Support the strategic plan and direction of LifeSpire of Virginia.
  • Direct the overall operations of all communities while complying with state and federal regulations as well as the company’s policies and procedures
  • Oversee the Executive Director of each community to ensure compliance with regulations and to support financial stability of each location
  • Oversee the Corporate Directors of Human Resources, Clinical Operations, and Information Technology to ensure success in those areas across all communities
  • Work directly with the President & CEO, Chief Financial Officer, and the VP of Marketing & Public Relations to provide strong leadership and direction to all communities and the home office
  • Assist with development and management of each community’s operating and capital budgets

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration or a related field
  • Licensed, or eligible to be licensed, as a Nursing Home Administrator by the State of Virginia
  • 10+ years Healthcare operational experience
  • 5+ years of progressively responsible management experience (preferably in a service based not-for-profit organization, and within a CCRC)
  • Thorough understanding of the senior housing industry
  • Financial management skills; ability to develop and manage operating and capital budgets; identify areas for expense savings or revenue generating opportunities
  • Ability to maintain and strengthen positive working relationships with staff, residents, and leadership across communities
  • Develop and sustain a company culture of teamwork, professionalism, mutual respect, continuous quality improvement, and accountability
  • Articulate a vision and develop a strong team of competent and committed professionals who are committed to service excellence

This job offers a competitive base salary with a bonus incentive structure, as well as an excellent benefits package. The full-time benefits package includes options for health, dental, and life insurance, retirement plan, generous paid time off, and relocation assistance. EOE.

Qualified applicants should email resume to:  jobs@lifespireliving.org

Resumes will be accepted through 7/31/2017.

LifeSpire of Virginia is not using an executive search firm for this recruitment. 

Now Hiring: Executive Director for The Chesapeake

May 5, 2017

RICHMOND, Virginia—LifeSpire of Virginia is seeking to hire an executive director for The Chesapeake, a not-for-profit life plan community in Newport News, Virginia. The Chesapeake is one of four communities owned and operated by LifeSpire of Virginia, based in Richmond, Virginia.

The Chesapeake currently consists of 252 independent living apartments/cottages, 57 assisted living beds, 15 assisted living memory support beds and 52 skilled nursing beds. Beginning this summer or early fall, an $8 to $10 million common area renovation project will take place over the next few years.

The community has an outstanding reputation in the Tidewater market and currently provides service to 390 residents and employs 280 staff members.  The health center provides excellent care and has a four-star rating with the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.

Reporting to the Chief Operating Officer, the Executive Director is responsible for continuing and enhancing the reputation of the community by providing strategic leadership consistent with the LifeSpire mission, vision and values.  The Executive Director shall provide leadership in the development of policies, procedures and plans, which result in the accomplishment of both the organization’s long and short-range goals.  The Executive Director is responsible for ensuring the development and delivery of appropriate services to the residents, clients and their families.

Key qualifications, duties and personal characteristics for this position are:

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Minimum 5 years’ experience as an Executive Director of a life plan community
  • Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field
  • NHA license is a plus, but not required
  • Thorough understanding of the senior housing industry
  • Financial management skills; ability to develop and manage the budget for the entire community; identify areas for expense savings or revenue generating opportunities
  • Ability to maintain and strengthen positive working relationships with staff,  residents, and leadership across communities
  • With support of the leadership team, develop and implement a strategic plan that aligns with the LifeSpire mission, vision and values
  • Provide quality programming and services that meet the needs of today’s and tomorrow’s consumer
  • Develop and sustain a community culture of teamwork, professionalism, mutual respect, continuous quality improvement and accountability
  • Develop a strong team of competent and committed professionals who are committed to service excellence
  • Articulate a vision, create consensus and motivate people to build a sense of community

KEY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Support the strategic plan and direction of LifeSpire of Virginia.
  • Direct the overall operations of the facility while complying with state and federal regulations as well as the company’s policies and procedures
  • Ensure compliance and licensure with all licensing agencies
  • Manage occupancy development
  • Plan, develop and manage facility’s operating and capital budgets
  • Develop and monitor all contracted provider services
  • Foster effective communications and teamwork among the facility’s management group
  • Maintain current knowledge about changes in federal, state and local regulations
  • Focus on achieving and maintaining 5-star status in the community

PERSONAL CHARACTERISTICS:

The ideal candidate will be a competent, compassionate and committed professional who is willing to enter into a long-term commitment of service to the organization and do so within a team-oriented, collaborative, servant-leadership environment.  He/she will be a person of high integrity and ethical standards and have a personal reputation that will reflect well on the organization. Of equal importance will be a high standard of care and concern for current and future residents.  He/she will evidence a commitment to establishing community collaborations.  As a relationship-oriented person, the Executive Director will be an excellent communicator and will maintain a visible presence among staff, residents, clients and within the surrounding community.

This job offers a competitive base salary with a bonus incentive structure as well as an excellent benefits package. The full-time benefits package includes options for health, dental and life insurance, retirement plan, generous paid time off, and relocation assistance.  EOE.

Qualified applicants may apply by e-mailing a resume to:

Mick Feauto, Chief Operating Officer, at mfeauto@lifespireliving.org.

 

Ann Lovell is Corporate Director of Communications for LifeSpire of Virginia, formerly Virginia Baptist Homes. For more information, email alovell@lifespireliving.org or call (804) 521-9192.

CBRC seeks new chaplain, partners with Culpeper Baptist Church

Feb. 19, 2016

CBRC frontCULPEPER, Virginia—LifeSpire of Virginia and Culpeper Baptist Church (CBC) are embarking on a collaborative venture by creating a shared ministerial position to benefit residents of the Culpeper Baptist Retirement Community (CBRC) and members of the CBC congregation. Culpeper Baptist Church is seeking an individual to serve as chaplain at CBRC and as Senior Adult Minister at CBC.

Both CBRC and CBC are entering creative times of ministry. CBRC is actively planning for construction of new accommodations to serve their residents. CBC recently completed a $2.6 million expansion and seeks new ministries to engage a changing community.

“We welcome opportunities for collaborative partnerships such as this,” said Jonathan Cook, President and CEO of LifeSpire of Virginia, CBRC’s parent organization. “This is just another example of how LifeSpire values our faith-based heritage and works as a true partner with Virginia Baptists.”

The ideal candidate will be seminary-trained and willing to explore new pathways of ministry to people over age 60.

Interested candidates should send a resume to Dan Carlton, dcarlton@culpeperbaptist.org.

Closing date: May 30, 2016

Position Title: Senior Adult Minister/Chaplain
Weekly Expectation: Full-Time
Church/Ministry Name: Culpeper Baptist Church
Church/Ministry Location: Culpeper, Virginia
Church website: http://www.culpeperbaptist.org
CBRC website: http://culpeperretirement.org/
LifeSpire website: http://lifespireliving.org/
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About Culpeper Baptist Retirement Community and LifeSpire of Virginia:

Culpeper Baptist Retirement Community is a faith-based, not-for-profit Continuing Care Retirement Community operated by LifeSpire of Virginia (formerly Virginia Baptist Homes). CBRC opened 70 years ago and has served as the cornerstone of LifeSpire of Virginia’s benevolent ministry. This warm, inviting community continues to be an extraordinary place for seniors to live in one of the most scenic areas in Virginia.

LifeSpire of Virginia (formerly Virginia Baptist Homes) is an independent, not-for-profit corporation dedicated to providing dignity in living to seniors. LifeSpire of Virginia operates four not-for-profit, faith-based Continuing Care Retirement Communities in Virginia: The Chesapeake in Newport News; Culpeper Baptist Retirement Community in Culpeper; The Glebe in Daleville; and Lakewood in Richmond.