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Executive Director

Westminster Woods at Huntingdon

This is a Full-time position in huntingdon, pa posted March 22, 2023.

The Executive Director is responsible for the overall campus success and operational compliance in accordance with the established policies and procedures of Presbyterian Homes, Inc. as well as in compliance with federal, state and local regulations. Responsible for ensuring quality of care, resident rights, effective team members and fiscal stability of campus. Direct responsibility for the oversight of the Community Risk Management Program. Responsible for ensuring accurate and timely reporting, collection and analysis of adverse events, near misses, and potentially hazardous conditions; monitor the performance of processes that involve risk or that may result in serious adverse events at the community. Proactively works to identify and reduce hazards and improve the overall safety of residents, visitors, and team members.

  • Active Pennsylvania Nursing Home Administrator state licensure required
  • Bachelor’s degree in a related field (social service, nursing, health administration, etc.) required, master’s degree preferred
  • Minimum 5 years’ experience healthcare administration required
  • Demonstrated financial management skills required
  • Demonstrated affinity for and ability to work within the structure of a Life Plan Community (CCRC) required
  • Ability to make oral and written presentations to a variety of groups required
  • Prior management experience in long-term care setting required


  • Serves as Health Center Administrator.
  • Responsible for meeting or exceeding occupancy and mix goals.
  • Responsible for the direction, coordination and supervision of all activities within the campus.
  • Oversees the resident admission process, maintaining compliance with all organizational policies and applicable regulations.
  • Responsible to ensure resident rights are promoted, understood, and followed throughout the community.
  • Maintains records, prepares and submits reports as required by community policy and regulatory agencies.
  • Consults and meets with community team members on matters pertaining to health center operations and external relationships.
  • Makes at least daily rounds to assess quality of care performance and teamwork by employees, assuring quality service. Responsible for establishing a quality working and living environment in the campus.
  • Develops positive relationships with all campus residents, families and visitors.
  • Is accessible to residents and families informally as well as through planned interactions/functions.
  • Performs or oversees the selection, supervision, evaluation, assessing of competencies and corrective action for all department managers.
  • Is accessible to team informally as well as through planned interactions/functions.
  • At least annually, evaluates job performance of management team and reviews job performance evaluations of other supervisory team members completed by the management team.
  • Acts as a liaison between the campus and outside entities such as regulatory agencies, fiscal intermediaries, or state or federal regulatory agencies, ensuring compliance of the campus with all applicable regulations.
  • Responsible for ensuring resident rights are promoted, understood, and followed throughout the community.
  • Responsible for preparing the campus budget for approval.
  • Responsible for maintaining fiscal soundness of campus according to budget plan.
  • Responsible for ensuring a quality environment throughout the community/campus.
  • Acts as continuous quality improvement catalyst.
  • Responsible for the effective marketing and public relations of the campus.
  • Develops (in conjunction with Administrative Office) an annually updated marketing plan.
  • Responsible for procurement of necessary supplies to operate the campus in compliance with federal and state regulations and Presbyterian Senior Living policies and quality standards.
  • Arranges with outside vendors for supply delivery as well as contracted management team members.
  • Develops and cultivates relationships with community leaders, churches, and other constituencies to promote the campus and Presbyterian Senior Living within the local geographic area.
  • Establishes campus-specific policies (while working within the corporate framework of policies) as necessary to meet specific needs of the community that are not covered by operating policy.
  • Responsible for compliant interpretation of all federal, state and local regulations as well as Presbyterian Senior Living policies and procedures for campus team members.
  • Knowledgeable of residents’ conditions through daily rounds, personal visits and discussion with nursing management.
  • Serves as a liaison with physician medical director and other outside consultants as necessary.
  • Ensures all necessary in-service programs take place annually in the community.

Presbyterian Senior Living is a large not-for-profit organization comprised of a variety of locations, services and levels of care. Our organization is dedicated to our mission to provide compassionate, vibrant and supportive communities and services to promote wholeness of body, mind and spirit.