Work where you feel at home.
The warm and caring atmosphere of our communities is created by nurses, environmental specialists, certified nursing assistants and other team members who love to help older adults feel healthy and at home.
At Volunteers of America, we're also dedicated to creating thoughtful, caring and flexible work environments for our team members. When you begin a career with us, expect the support you need to succeed in your role, respect for your individuality and beliefs, and opportunities for personal and professional development.
Our residents tell us they feel confident welcoming our team members into their homes, and how they soon feel like family. This sense of hospitality is also cultivated among our staff and leadership, and is part of our mission. We treat each other, and those in our care, as we would members of our family.
Enjoy the benefits of strong roots and steady growth.
With more than 20 living and care communities across the nation - and a new independent living project under construction in Florida - Volunteers of America is respected among industry peers for serving the needs of older adults while thriving in a shifting health care environment. Residents and their families trust us because of the reputation we've earned for stability and reliability.
When you join our team of exceptional professionals, we'll trust you to do your best each day, and to show compassion and caring for our residents and your fellow team members. In return, you'll be rewarded with a generous array of industry-leading benefits and workplace considerations.
- Top benefit packages
- Growth and advancement opportunities
- Quality training, continuing career education and leadership programs
- Employee discount program
If you feel that you are a qualified applicant and want a rewarding position enhancing the lives of others, we invite you to consider this opportunity:
The Residence Director is responsible for ensuring the general well-being of residents through the delivery of high quality care and services in a manner that is consistent with the philosophy of assisted living and that complies with state and local laws and regulations.
- Plan, develop, organize, implement, direct and evaluate the facility's programs and services.
- Prepare an annual operating budget and capital replacement plan for approval by the Senior Vice President of Operations.
- Keep abreast of the economic conditions and makes adjustments as necessary to assure the continued ability to provide quality care and services.
- Maintain an up-to-date knowledge of current trends and new developments in the Senior Housing/ Assisted Living/Home Care fields.
- Assume the administrative authority, responsibility and accountability of directing the programs and activities of the facility.
- Assure that the facility is maintained in a clean and safe manner for resident comfort and convenience by ensuring that necessary equipment and supplies are maintained to perform duties and services.
- Serves as the Facility Compliance Officer, responsible for implementation of the corporate compliance program and all compliance procedures related to operations of the facility.
- In consultation with the Director of Health Services, conduct initial assessment of residents to assure their needs can be met.
- Coordinate details related to move-ins and move-outs.
- Assure the provision of high quality services needed and/or desired by the residents; meets at least monthly with residents to monitor levels of satisfaction.
- Bachelor's degree in a Healthcare Administration or related field or combination of equivalent education and experience.
- Must meet all Nevada state licensing requirements as a Residential Facility Administrator.
- Minimum of two (2) years experience in a healthcare environment, at least one of which should include experience in memory care.
- Minimum of 1 year supervisory experience.