St. Martin’s in the Pines is continuing to grow. As part of this growth, we are currently seeking an experienced Executive Director in Birmingham, AL. The Executive Director is responsible for the overall leadership of our senior living community and for driving resident satisfaction, employee engagement, financial management, process management and regulatory compliance. Other duties include: • Develop a highly functioning community management team • Promote coaching and development for all employees • Ensure that performance standards for the staff and operational standards for the community are being met. • Execute the Sales Leadership process • Create and implement a sales a marketing plan to achieve occupancy and NOI growth • Manage and develop the sales team • Manage inventory • Support sales and manage to results • Maintain in-depth knowledge of the competition and industry trends
Qualifications: • Licensed as a Nursing Home Administrator in the State of Alabama. • Bachelor’s degree in related field required. • Masters Degree preferred and/or experience commensurate with Masters Degree. • Ability to identify, analyze and resolve issues at a level generally commensurate with a seasoned operations executive • Experience negotiating and providing oversight with managed care service agreements • Professional level knowledge of the principles of the appropriate housing/care industry (i.e. hospitals, in-patient rehab facilities, long term care, CCRCs, skilled nursing) that is normally acquired through the completion of industry licensure or certification. • Ability to effectively utilize computer technology
If you are looking for a new and rewarding career, please reply to this ad with your detailed resume and qualifications. We look forward to hearing from you!
Fifty years ago, the Rev. David Cady Wright, rector of St. Mary’s-on-the-Highlands Episcopal Church, was concerned that many of his parishioners would not have a dignified, comfortable retirement. It was Rev. Wright’s pastoral concern that gave St. Martin’s its beginning.This commitment has been one reason for our continued growth. In 1957, St. Martin’s began as a retirement residence for 80 resid...ents. Today, we’re a comprehensive retirement community, with a nursing home, an assisted- living facility, a secure Alzheimer’s community (Evergreen at St. Martin’s), and a four-story retirement apartment building.But as we’ve grown, one thing remains constant: our mission to meet the physical, social and spiritual needs of each resident. Because St. Martin’s physical and spiritual growth is still guided by the Episcopal Foundation of Jefferson County, our residents and their families can count on a sense of comfort, security and personal worth. Although the religious orientation of St. Martin’s is Episcopalian, residents of all denominations are welcome.We invite you to read the information in this packet and take a tour of our retirement community. You’ll quickly agree that St. Martin’s is more than a place to live. It’s a place to begin life anew.19786_Facilities_