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Enlivant Senior Living

Glassford Place Seeking Full Time Sales Manager

Job opening at Glassford Place
7509 E. Long Look Drive Prescott Valley AZ 86314 US Full-time

Enlivant is seeking a Sales Manager at Glassford Place in Prescott Valley, AZ

Who we are:

Enlivant is about living fully, passionately and enriching lives through meaningful relationships and vibrant communities. We have a sense of fun at every age, thriving in mind, body and spirit. For more than 35 years, we have enriched the lives of thousands of residents in more than 200 senior living communities across the country.

Enlivant is a certified “Great Place to Work” for three years in a row, and we believe in not only making an impact in our industry but also with each other.

How others describe us:

“Enlivant is where compassion for residents and their families trumps all else.”

“Employees enjoy the people they work with every day, and they find leadership cares and invests in their development and the company's culture.”

“I find Enlivant places value in becoming a company where everyone's personal diversity is valued and respected, and where everyone is able to reach their full potential. There’s a warmth and employees seem to genuinely care about each other.”

What we have to offer you:

A commitment to Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging
Base salary + Bonus potential
Health, Dental, Vision and MANY more insurance options
Unlimited Paid Time Off
401k Matching
Employee Assistance Program
Professional development and continuing education courses

As the Community Relations Manager, you will:

Be responsible for showing your community why Glassford Place is the place to be! You will build meaningful relationships and reinforce the Community’s brand. You oversee the sales and marketing process and will work with community leadership to drive leads, tours, move-ins and referral partner development.

What you’ll do here:

Working directly with the Executive Director and Regional Director of Sales and Marketing, you’ll evaluate, develop, and implement the community’s sales plans
Generate sales leads through offline referral partner outreach, marketing initiatives, and community events
Conduct a comprehensive discovery process with prospective residents, their family members, and/or personal representatives
Convert leads to tours to move-ins through complete lead management and discovery process
Develop strategies and identify opportunities for increasing community revenue

We’d love to talk if:

You have a minimum of two (2) years demonstrated outside sales experience
You know your way around a computer and can utilize Microsoft Office
You have exceptional problem-solving and time management skills
You care about serving seniors
You have strong relationship building skills
You are driven and love friendly competition

Bonus points if:

You have proven sales results while working in senior living, healthcare or hospitality
You know your way around a client relationship tool (CRM) used to track sales leads/progress
You have a post-secondary degree from an accredited college or university
You have earned sales and/or marketing certifications
Enlivant is a certified Great Place to Work and our purpose is built on the safety and well-being of our people. We are proud to say that we have successfully vaccinated more than 90% of workers and residents against Covid-19. Together, We Did It!

We’re also proud to be the first senior living company to earn the WELL Health-Safety Rating across all our communities.

Enlivant is an Equal Opportunity Employer and qualified individuals will not be discriminated against on the basis of race, religion, gender (including gender expression and identity), nationality and origin, disability (mental or physical), sex, marital status, sexual orientation, age, veteran status, or other applicable characteristics.

Where required by state law and/or city ordinance; this employer will provide the Social Security Administration (SSA) and, if necessary, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), with information from each new employee’s Form I-9 to confirm work authorization.

Listing visible until June 23, 2022 March 23, 2021
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Holiday Retirement

Madison Meadows Hiring Business Office Manager

Job opening at Madison Meadows
7211 N. 7th Street Phoenix Arizona AZ 85020 US Full Time

In the role of Business Office Manager, you will be responsible to provide support for administrative leadership to the community.

Manage the following departments: Receptionist, enrichment/activities and other departments as directed by the GM

Hire, coach, develop and discipline employees within areas of responsibility

Provide back up to the community General Manger. Inspect the facility to ensure all tour paths and units are ready.

Responsible for resident relations to include new resident onboarding, manage the dining room experience and resident experience.
Accounts Receivable – conduct collections, send letter and make calls as needed to ensure AR balances are within company expectations.
Payroll – ensure associates time records are accurate and timely to ensure payroll is processing accurate pay checks.

Complete new hire paperwork for all new associates. Ensure accuracy and timely submission for payroll and benefit purposes.
Associate training. Ensure all employees receive their job, safety and assigned training programs. Track using Holiday University reporting.

Provide quality and compliance leadership. Responsible for inspecting the building, doing quality checks of receptionist and ensure all life/safety rules are followed.

Provide back up to the community sales leader when necessary; including inspecting the facility to ensure tour paths and units are ready, meet with and lease apartments to potential residents, provide tours, negotiate/sign leases and make sales calls.

Manage department budgets, labor hours, associate schedules and associate meetings.
Assists the general manager with all aspects of operations.

Assumes community responsibility in the absence of the General Manager.

Oversight of workplace safety (safety meetings, incident reports, etc.)
Other duties as assigned

Qualifications:

High School diploma or GED, Two-year Associate Degree preferred
Minimum of 2 years of experience managing a business office
Thorough knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite and ability to quickly learn other programs
Proven ability to work in a team setting and provide strong customer service
Effective communication skills, both written and verbal. Self-starter, team player, not afraid to jump in and assist where needed.

Use link to apply for this position.

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Enlivant Senior Living

Executive Director for Glassford Place, Prescott Valley Arizona

Job opening at Glassford Place
7509 E Long Look Drive Prescott Valley, AZ Prescott Valley, Arizona AZ 85314 US Full Time

Enlivant is seeking an Executive Director at Glassford Place in Prescott Valley, AZ

About Us:

We believe taking care of America’s aging population is not only a moral obligation but a true honor and privilege. With over 230 communities, we are striving to be the nation’s most trusted senior living provider. Our staff treats residents like family and serves them with the utmost integrity and compassion.

We are a certified “Great Place to Work” and we believe in not only making an impact in our industry but also with our employees. Our Benefits Plan is designed to recognize the diverse needs of our workforce with competitive medical, dental, vision packages, and a 401k with a company match. We also offer a generous unlimited paid time off program.

We provide personalized training, both face-to-face and online, to ensure employees are prepared for their roles, in compliance with state regulations, and are up-to-date on industry best practices and resources. Through our Learning Management System (LMS), all Enlivant employees have access to state-required regulatory courses, Memory Care courses from industry leader Teepa Snow, professional development and soft skills courses, and Continuing Education courses.

We invite you to start a rewarding career and make a difference in the lives of seniors today.

Position Summary:

As the Executive Director, you will oversee all community operations and ensure the highest level of care and support is given to every resident. You will establish objectives for community development and advancement, create and manage operational processes—including budget and profit and loss—and directly and indirectly manage all community staff.

Responsibilities:

Ensures compliance with all laws, rules, regulations, policies, and procedures within the communities
Provides training and support to all Enlivant team members and promotes quality care and independence for our residents
Ensures a high degree of resident and team satisfaction at the community
Additional duties as assigned

Qualifications:

Required Qualifications

A minimum of three to five years of experience in an operations role
Administrator’s license or certificate per state requirements
Associate / Bachelor degree as required by state regulations
Financial acumen and budget management experience
Exceptional problem solving and time management skills
The ability to work a full shift, come to work on time and work overtime as needed
The ability to work according to the necessary schedule to meet job requirements with or without reasonable accommodation

Preferred Qualifications

Experience in an operations management or support role within senior living or healthcare
Exemplify and be an influential team player
Exhibit exceptional communication skills
Possess strong organizational capabilities
Demonstrate empathy and a good listener
Remain flexible and adaptable
Work harmoniously with other employees and develop/maintain good employee relations and employee morale
Uphold the principles of our mission: to enrich life through meaningful relationships and vibrant communities
Express compassion for residents, staff, and guests on a consistent basis
Engage others in fun and creative activities
Strive for excellence in all aspects of the job
Work with integrity in all interactions
Demonstrate humility

Please Apply by contacting Tierney Wilburn 702-575-3286.

Listing visible until July 15, 2022 April 12, 2022
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Duet

Duet Seeking Full Time Director of Development

Job opening at Duet
10000 North 31st Avenue, Ste. #D200 Phoenix Arizona AZ 85051 US Full Time

Duet | Full Time Director of Development

Position Description

Last Updated:
March 24, 2022

Title: Director of Development

Supervisor: Executive Director

Position Description & Scope of Work: The Director of Development (DoD) is a full-time exempt position that creates and implements a comprehensive, diversified fund development plan that achieves Duet’s budgetary and strategic goals. The DoD will focus on maximizing charitable support from individuals and businesses and support the ED with charitable foundations. The Director of Development serves as a member of the senior leadership team to further the organizational goals and values.

Salary Range:
$70,000- $80,000/ Exempt

Key Responsibilities:
Lead the fund development strategy that includes an annual fund development plan focused on individual giving, special events, planned gifts, and overall income growth.

Develop, execute, and implement donor-centered cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship strategies for individual donors ranging from Major Gifts to prospective donors.

Identify and cultivate new prospects to join multiple year giving society Plan and execute free feel-good cultivation and recognition events.

Plan and execute fundraising events and free-feel-good cultivation/recognition events.

Oversee the design, messaging, and production of collateral and appeals associated with development efforts in adherence with Duet’s brand standards and in collaboration with the Sr. Director of Communications and contract designers.

Develop and lead a synergistic development team.
Guide all staff and volunteers including the Board to embrace and engage in their unique roles in a culture of philanthropy.

Build and/or maintain strong relationships with new and current corporate and foundation donors.

Write occasional funding proposals as needed. Ensure funders are recognized and stewarded appropriately and in a timely manner.
Create and manage the development budget revenue and expenses.

Effectively utilize Raiser’s Edge (NXT) database for cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship activities. Track all activity in database and regularly report results against targets to achieve performance metrics.

Serve as staff lead for the Board’s Fund Development and Board Development Committees.

Ensure Duet’s fundraising is conducted with the highest ethical standards, comply with the Association of Fundraising Professionals code of ethics, and Donor Bill of Rights.
Help carry out events such as conferences and service activities as requested.

Carry out additional duties/initiatives as assigned.
Highest Priority Personal Attributes

Commitment to Duet’s mission and sensitivity to the vulnerabilities of aging and diverse backgrounds.
Strong leadership skills with the ability to build and motivate a team of professionals and volunteers.

Warm and outgoing individual with a passion for cultivating relationships with donors, board members, volunteers, staff and the general public.

Superior creative written and oral communication skills, with an ability to integrate the strategic marketing message into development goals.

Ability to assess the effectiveness of development activities for maximum return on resources.

Thoughtful decision-maker.
Organized, with the utmost attention to detail.
Flexible, reliable and trustworthy.

Qualifications:
Experience in planning long-range goals and creating an implementation plan to achieve those goals.

Three to five years of proven nonprofit fund development experience preferred.

Experience in planning, delegating, and meeting objectives on schedule.

College degree preferred. CFRE designation a plus.
Experience with Microsoft Office products such as Word and Excel.

Experience with Raiser’s Edge & NXT donor software.
Supervisory experience.

Able to lift 30 lbs.

Ability to work evening & weekend hours as occasionally required.

Benefits:
Flexible work environment
Health & life insurance
Retirement plan contributions
Vacation, sick, personal time, and holiday time off

About Duet:
Duet’s mission is to promote health and well-being through vitally needed services to homebound adults, family caregivers, faith communities, and grandfamilies.

Our vision is a community where every person ages with compassion, dignity, and hope. Duet is passionate about building and sustaining an inclusive and equitable working and learning environment for all staff, board members, volunteers, and service recipients. We believe every member on our team enriches our diversity by exposing us to a broad range of ways to understand and engage with the world, identify challenges, and to discover, design, and deliver solutions.

Work Location:
10000 North 31st Avenue, Suite D200 Phoenix, Arizona 85051

To Apply:
Please mail or email resume with a cover letter to:
Ann Wheat, Executive Director
Duet: Partners In Health & Aging
10000 North 31st Avenue, Suite D200
Phoenix, AZ 85051
(602) 274-5022 or wheat@duetaz.org

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Duet

Duet Seeking Full Time Kinship Care Services / Family Support Coordinator

Job opening at Duet
10000 N. 31st Avenue, Ste. #D200 Phoenix, AZ 85051 Phoenix AZ 85051 US Full Time

Duet Seeking Kinship Care Services - Family Support Coordinator

Last Updated: March 25, 2022

Title: Full Time Kinship Care Services – Family Support Coordinator
(This position is funded for two years with a goal to make it permanent.)

Supervisor: Kinship Care Services Manager

Position Description & Scope of Work: The Family Support Coordinator is a full-time, entry level position providing support, connection to community resources, and tools to strengthen protective factors to kinship caregivers – most often grandparents raising grandchildren (with occasional assistance to family caregivers and homebound adults) – elevating their ability to care for their vulnerable loved ones and themselves.

The Family Support Coordinator will provide coordinated case management services through: rapport building, continual contact, supporting clients with identifying strengths and areas of improvement in their protective factors, developing SMART goals in collaboration with the clients, and connecting clients to resources in the community needed to meet basic needs. The Family Support Coordinator will also conduct community outreach to potential referral sources and identify community resources for clients.

Salary Range: $20.00-$22.00 per hour; non-exempt/hourly

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
1. Provide case coordination for a caseload of 1:25 (subject to change).
2. Conduct intakes and document oversight assessments for kinship families.
3. Create service plans which are person centered, and document progress notes and all required documentation in the Kinship Care Services database accurately and in a timely manner.
4. Provide high quality information and referral services.
5. Plan educational sessions for Spanish speaking grandfamilies.
6. Facilitate Spanish speaking support groups and develop new ones as needs dictate.
7. Maintain statistics; complete and submit reports on a timely basis as required internally and by funding sources.
8. Design and implement a community outreach plan including presentations, community fairs, networking meetings, and visits to potential referral sources.
9. Continuously identify new referring sources and strengthen community partnerships to increase number of grandfamilies served.
10. Attend recreational activities and outings for Spanish speaking grandfamilies, as needed.
11. Carry out additional duties/initiatives as assigned.

Highest Priority Personal Attributes:
 Excellent verbal, non-verbal communication skills.
 Interpersonal skills and conflict management skills.
 Able to manage time well.
 Organized, with utmost attention to written detail for documentation purposes.
 Self-motivated with the ability to manage multiple projects at a time.
 Flexible, reliable, and trustworthy.
 Committed to Duet’s mission and sensitive to diverse backgrounds.
Qualifications:  Bachelor’s degree in social work or related human service degree required.
 Bilingual in English and Spanish required.
 Minimum one year experience in case management required.
 Ability to recognize family, client strengths, and to state strengths in functional terms.
 Leadership, facilitation, and teaching skills.
 Knowledge of family strength techniques and approaches to identify the family’s underlying and unmet needs.
 Knowledge regarding community resources and the multiple systems that impact kinship caregivers.
 Knowledge of child welfare systems and policies.
 Arizona Level 1 Fingerprint clearance card, required upon hire.
 Flexibility; some activities will be held on weekends and evenings.
 Ability to lift 30 pounds.
 Valid driver’s license, current registration, and auto insurance.
 Computer skills required.
Benefits:  Vacation, sick, personal time, and holiday time off
 Health and Life insurance
 Retirement plan contributions
 Mileage reimbursement

About Duet: Duet’s mission is to promote health and well-being through vitally needed services to homebound adults, family caregivers, faith communities, and grandfamilies.

Our vision is a community where every person ages with compassion, dignity, and hope. Duet is passionate about building and sustaining an inclusive and equitable working and learning environment for all staff, board members, volunteers, and service recipients. We believe every member on our team enriches our diversity by exposing us to a broad range of ways to understand and engage with the world, identify challenges, and to discover, design, and deliver solutions.

Work Location: 10000 North 31st Avenue, Suite D200
Phoenix, AZ 85051

To Apply: Please email resume and cover letter to: dominguez@duetaz.org

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Duet Seeking Part Time Technology Specialist

Job opening at Duet
10000 N. 31st Avenue, Ste. #D200 Phoenix, AZ 85051 Phoenix AZ 85051 US Part Time

Duet Seeking Part Time Technology Specialist

Last Updated: March 29, 2022

Title: Part Time Technology Specialist
(This position is funded for one year with a goal to make it permanent.)

Supervisor: Senior Director of Operations

Position Description & Scope of Work: Duet coordinates high quality services to help homebound adults live in their own homes and feel less isolated, support family caregivers through their caregiving journey, train registered nurses to bring health and well-being to Valley congregations, and provide vital assistance to grandparents who are raising their grandchildren.

This part-time position (20 hours per week) will assist in reducing the loneliness of homebound, low-income seniors by connecting them with Wi-Fi enabled tablets, training, and technical support needed to ensure they are able to connect with family and others to reduce their sense of isolation, as well as serve as the in-house IT specialist.

As with all Duet staff, this position strives at every opportunity to promote organizational goals and values.

Salary Range: $19.00-21.00/hour

Key Responsibilities: Serve as the lead for the homebound services’ technology assistance program:
1. Handle intakes for clients requesting technology assistance.
2. Coordinate matching volunteers with neighbors for technology assistance.
3. Provide vendor quotes for technology-related equipment for use by Duet staff or neighbors.
4. Assist with the purchase and set-up of tablets and hotspots for twenty neighbors.
5. Create, update and provide instructional materials for neighbors and volunteers for the technology assistance program.
6. Coordinate an ongoing communication directed toward volunteers and neighbors involved in the technology assistance program and field any support calls.
Serve as the in-house IT specialist:
7. Maintain Duet's computers and network hardware in optimal condition and make purchase recommendations for hardware and software as needed.
8. Install and configure computers and laptops for staff on the Duet network.
9. Set up peripheral devices such as printers, keyboards, smart devices, and ensure that they are both functional and secure.
10. Set up workstations and email accounts for new staff.
11. Resolve IT issues as they arise, and/or notify supervisor that outside assistance as needed.
12. Help with training staff in use of computers and other office technology.
13. Promote a culture of philanthropy at Duet.
14. Carry out additional duties/initiatives as assigned.

Highest Priority Personal Attributes
 Ability to manage time well.
 Organized, with the utmost attention to detail.
 Well-developed verbal and written communication skills.
 Ability to complete projects even with occasional interruptions.
 Reliable, flexible, patient, and self-directed.
 Understanding of, and sensitivity to, the role of volunteers.
 Commitment to Duet’s mission and sensitivity to diverse backgrounds.

Qualifications:
 Hands-on experience and extensive knowledge of computer networks.
 Ability to work with peripherals you may not have encountered before.
 Familiarity with Microsoft Office software suite.
 Excellent knowledge of computer hardware/software systems.
 Experience with Access databases preferred.
 Experience with computer software and hardware for installation, repair and troubleshooting.
 Experience working with older adults preferred.
 High school diploma or equivalent education.

Benefits:
 Vacation, sick, personal, and holiday time off
 Retirement plan contributions

About Duet: Duet’s mission is to promote health and well-being through vitally needed services to homebound adults, family caregivers, faith communities, and grandfamilies.

Our vision is a community where every person ages with compassion, dignity, and hope.

Duet is passionate about building and sustaining an inclusive and equitable working and learning environment for all staff, board members, volunteers, and service recipients. We believe every member on our team enriches our diversity by exposing us to a broad range of ways to understand and engage with the world, identify challenges, and to discover, design, and deliver solutions.

Work Location: 10000 N 31st Ave, Suite D200
Phoenix, AZ 85051

To Apply: Send resume with cover letter to:
Julie Blake at blake@duetaz.org

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