Tyndall Seniors Village is seeking to hire an experienced and exceptional individual to manage our 151 bed Long-Term Care Home.
The Administrator is accountable to the Board for maintaining operations of Tyndall Seniors Village, in accordance with all applicable legislations, regulations and Sharon Village Care Home policies.
Through effective leadership, planning, direction and oversight, the Administrator has the responsibility for the over-all day to day operations of the Home within allotted resources, overseeing all financial and operating matters.
This position will be responsible to ensure all operational activities are aligned with the Sharon Village Care Homes Mission, Vision, Values, the Corporate and Home Strategic Plan and for the development, implementation of all departmental programs in accordance to the Ministry of Health Long-Term Care Act, 2007 & O. Reg 79/10.
In accordance with the O.Reg 79/10, Section 212, the following qualifications apply:
- Possesses a post-secondary degree from a recognized program that is a minimum of three years, or a post-secondary diploma in health or social services from a program that is a minimum of two years.
- Has at least three years working experience in 1) a managerial or supervisory capacity in the health or social services sector, or 2) in another managerial or supervisory capacity, if he/she has already successfully completed the one of the above-mentioned programs.
- Possesses a Long-Term Care Administration Certificate with a minimum of 100 hours.
- Demonstrates strong leadership and communication skills.
- Registered health care professional status or designated professional is an asset.
- Ability to work with all stakeholders and to develop good public relations and community liaisons.
- Plan, co-ordinate, direct and evaluate the effectiveness of all operational activities and functions of the Home.
- Work to build trusting and transparent relationships with residents, families, staff and community partners.
- Provide leadership and direction to ensure all aspects of the Quality Improvement Program are carried out as scheduled (Quality Improvement Plan, Corporate and Home specific Indicators, LHIN specific indicators, Accreditation Standards, Health Council Quality Improvement Plan).
- Lead an interdisciplinary team of Managers, providing mentoring, support and holding all individuals accountable.
- In collaboration with the Board, has input into the development of the annual budget and communicates the staffing needs and other program needs of the Home.
- Ensure all MOHLTC and other required reports are complete, accurate and submitted within designated time line.
- Participate in the development and maintenance of appropriate and current policies and procedures.
- Foster a climate of positive and respectful labor relations.
- Knowledge of the Ministry of Health LTC Act and Regulations, and ensure systems and processes are in place for meeting and sustaining compliance.
- In collaboration with the department manager, lead all WSIB claims, and return to work program.
- Direct and lead the organization and operational activities of the business office and related responsibilities.
Job Type: Full-time