The Executive Director is a full-time, exempt employee appointed by the Board of Directors. The Executive Director oversees all aspects of the Center's day-to-day operation in accordance with current federal/state/local laws, regulations/standards, and consistent with Community Adult Day Care Center's policies and guidelines. This involves overseeing all financial, legal, fundraising, planning, marketing, programming, client supervision and staffing functions. The Executive Director reports to the Board of Directors.
1. Fiscal Responsibilities:
Develop and oversee an annual budget; develop and implement financial policies/practices; establish and monitor accounting systems and cost controls; meet net operating income goals; and make monthly reports to the Finance Committee and Board of Directors
Maintain, complete and prepare:
Budget and inventory
Bank deposits and bank records
Records for private pay clients and co-pay clients on the state or county funded programs
Receive payments and deliver reports to Treasurer
Monthly financial reports
Annual and quarterly payroll tax returns
Policies as required by the Board of Directors and the State of Illinois
Make recommendations in writing for revisions and/or new policies and procedures
Report to the President and/or Treasurer all accidents, disasters, fires or other situations involving insurance matters
Attend regular Board of Directors meetings
2. Supervision of Staff
Oversee human resource functions including staff recruiting, training and development and staff supervision, performance evaluation and record keeping. Promote job satisfaction and maintain a positive work environment.
Plan and implement training
First Aide and emergency procedures
Regular Fire Drills
All policies included in CADC Center Manual
Rules and Regulations
Oversee all mandated continuing education of staff members; encourage additional staff learning opportunities
Provide regular in-service programs regarding all aspects of the aging process
Supervise Program/Activity Coordinator's efforts and plans for programming for socialization and recreation appropriate to client needs
Prepare and publish employee schedules
Update job descriptions
Meet with staff on a regular basis both individually and as a group
Prepare employee performance evaluations annually or as requested by the Board of Directors
3. Responsibility to Clients and their Families
Assure client satisfaction and comfort by managing a proactive client relations program and encourage family involvement. Determine eligibility of prospective clients and client discharges.
Interview clients and families
Determine client eligibility according to established policy and assessment
Oversee all client plans, objectives, evaluations and goals in collaboration with the nurse
Maintain client records
Oversee food service activities
Maintain client confidentiality, respect and dignity
Provide adequate information as to Center's goals, objectives, policies and procedures
Keep regular contact with family and provide counseling and support as needed
Encourage family participation in the activities of the Center
4. Operational Function and Records
Oversee all operational functions to assure efficiency, quality client care and high levels of client and family satisfaction.
Keep updated records on all phases of the operation
All agency inquiries
Client files including medications
CADC Policies and Procedures
Record/report all incidents and accidents to appropriate agencies
Maintain updated personnel files
5. Public Relations
Lead fundraising and development activities. Develop and implement a program to solicit charitable grants. Initiate fundraising events and engage in the cultivation of individual and institutional donors.
Develop and assist with fund raising activities
Prepare and maintain Center publications
Develop and maintain Center website and social media sites
Market to community leaders, healthcare entities and business groups
Seek and apply for charitable grants
Bachelor 's degree from accredited college in social science or a directly related field.
At least three years' experience in community-based healthcare, human services or a relevant field.
Certified in CPR, First Aide and have a negative TB test.
Successful Background Check with fingerprinting and negative drug screen.
Must prove to be a U.S. citizen or hold valid credentials to work in the U.S. to comply with the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986.
Excellent management skills to facilitate administration of the Adult Day Care Center.
Ability to demonstrate financial management and fund development experience.
Experience in marketing and community development relations.
Respect for the principles of client rights, confidentiality, EEO and ADA.
Demonstrate professionalism, flexibility, good judgement, and commitment to teamwork. Excellent relational, supervisory, and facilitation skills.
Ability to communicate effectively in English, both orally and in writing.
Ability to work effectively both within a team and independently.
Ability to respond appropriately in varied situations.
Ability to prioritize and manage effectively and strategically.
Must be creative, forward thinking and innovative agent of change, with outstanding communication skills.
Computer literate and able to implement new technologies.
Must have a commitment to Community Adult Day Care Center's mission and be dedicated to supporting its clients.
Submit cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. No phone calls, please.
Internal Number: 1109
About Community Adult Day Center
Community Adult Day Center is a nonprofit organization that offers families a quality, affordable care option or complimentary support to in-home care or assisted living and may help adults stay in their homes longer. Since 1986, we have provided an interactive, safe, compassionate environment for adults who cannot safely be left alone, with a focus on their mental, physical, and emotional well-being. Most important, we offer respite to family caregivers, therefore lessening the stress of full time caregiving and allowing many caregivers to remain in the workforce.
Community Adult Day Center operates Monday through Friday from 7:30am to 5:45pm and is a contracted State of Illinois Department of Aging Facility. We serve Burr Ridge, Clarendon Hills, Darien, Downers Grove, Hinsdale, Lisle, Oakbrook, Westmont, Willowbrook, Woodridge, and surrounding communities.