Associate Executive Director – Asbury Place Kingsport
Since its foundation in 1989, Asbury Place Kingsport proudly provides high quality, compassionate services in skilled nursing, assisted living, residential living, post-acute rehabilitation, and memory support care for residents of Blount County and surrounding areas. As a senior community designed to support a more fulfilling retirement lifestyle and help create a more secure future for its residents, Asbury Place Kingsport mirrors the strength and spirit of our Appalachian heritage in the pride our campus leadership, associates, and residents take in building a community spirit where we count on one another to do our best each and every day. As part of Asbury Communities, we’re proud to be affiliated with a nationally recognized leader in aging services currently ranked by LeadingAge and Ziegler Capital Markets Group’s AZ200 as the nation’s 16th-largest not-for-profit, multi-site senior living organization.
A Few Highlights of the Community:
Asbury Communities flagship campus carved into the foothills of Bays Mountain and within driving distance of cities and attractions such as Knoxville, TN, Pidgeon Forge, TN, Gatlinburg, TN, and Asheville, NC, among others.
New skilled nursing, assisted living and memory support neighborhoods built on the household model
Shares a covenant of faith and values with the Methodist Church, while welcoming people of all backgrounds, beliefs, cultures, and abilities
Overall 5 Star Rated facility
CARF and Eagle Accredited
Full services of a Life Plan Community (CCRC) campus
Responsibilities of the Associate Executive Director include:
Develop organizational strategies to integrate the Asbury Place Kingsport community and local network of services with the broader vision and compassionate mission of Asbury Communities.
Represent Asbury Place Kingsport in the community with peers, professional organizations and state associations as well as acute care hospitals, physician networks, insurance and managed care providers.
Direct the day-to-day operations of the community including, but not limited to, administration, campus life, pastoral care, social work, dining services, maintenance and plant operations, laundry, housekeeping, security, and transportation.
Direct the ongoing financial management process including development of the annual community operational and capital budget and accountability to that budget and achievement of financial targets.
Oversee the safety and risk management program for the community, under the direction of the Executive Director, to identify and address existing and emerging risks (business, operational, hazard) and direct the mitigation of those risks.
Continually strive to provide innovative, visionary services to residents and the broader community.
Drive for results in resident and associate satisfaction, census and revenue growth, and implementation of new community services.
In coordination with the Executive Director, this position will directly supervise multiple departmental directors and set goals for contract management staff.
Requirements and Education for the Associate Executive Director include:
Bachelor's Degree from accredited college or university
Minimum five (5) years’ experience in administration in long term care, continuing care, or other related senior service.
Minimum three (3) years’ experience in a senior leadership or executive role.
Prior experience as an administrator or operational leader in a healthcare environment required.
Prior demonstrated financial acumen and business quality skills.
Master's degree in Health Administration, Business Administration, or related field preferred
Current Nursing Home Administrator (NHA) License in long term care
If you are interested in learning more, please reach out to Lee Hanna at 740-602-8712 or Lhanna@Leaderstat.com
LeaderStat is a national healthcare recruiting and consulting firm dedicated to the senior living and acute-care industries. We place top performers in key roles on an interim, retained and contingency basis. Our consulting division assists clients in a variety of operational areas including clinical reimbursement, financial and operational analysis, ACO integration and alignment, census and case mix development, survey readiness and many other areas critical to our client’s success.