ACC Senior Services (www.accsv.org), is seeking a dynamic new Chief Executive Officer to lead the organization and be responsible for the administration and management of its programs and fiscal matters.
ACC Senior Services is an entrepreneurial, not-for-profit organization that focuses on identifying, developing, and providing culturally-sensitive healthcare and social services for older adults and caregivers in the Sacramento region. The organization operates two exceptional senior-living and healthcare facilities. Greenhaven Terrace offers assisted living for residents who need day-to-day help, as well as providing 146 independent residential living units for seniors. The ACC Care Center, with planned renovations in the coming year, provides nursing and rehabilitation services including physical, occupational, and speech therapy. A new 100-bed, off-campus assisted living and memory care facility will be breaking ground in 2018. Long-term care is also available through ACC Senior Services. In addition to residential healthcare, ACC Senior Services also offers a variety of social support services to seniors and caregivers: Meals on Wheels by ACC, a wide range of wellness and education programs, ACC Rides Transportation Services, Bridge to Healthy Families, Friendly Visitor, and Support Group and Education Workshops. The organization continues to explore opportunities to expand its services to meet current and future needs for their broadly-defined community.
ACC Senior Services is governed by a 17-member board of directors, has approximately 225 full-time employees, 35 Meals on Wheels staff, and is annually supported by over 800 committed and active volunteers. The total annual revenue is $23 million. Recent accomplishments of significance include:
Received a 5-Star rating for 3½ years from the Center for Medicare/Medicaid Services
Named as one of the Best Nursing Homes by S. News & World Reports for 2016/2017
Received the QASP Award for 3 years from the California Department of Health Care Services
Received the Bronze Quality Award (2016) and the Silver Quality Award (2017) from the American Health Care Association
Received the Eli Pick Facility Leadership Award from the American College of Health Care Administrators for the third year
The Chief Executive Officer is primarily responsible for ensuring programmatic excellence, leading and enhancing fundraising efforts, meeting and exceeding service goals and regulatory compliance, identifying future needs, developing and implementing new programs, controlling costs, representing the organization to public and private groups, administering the budget, and supervising, developing, and motivating the staff.
This is an outstanding opportunity to assume a leadership position in an amazing organization that promotes the general welfare and enhances the quality of life of seniors in the Sacramento region.
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE & COMPETENCIES
Successful candidates will have the following combination of experience that will allow them to achieve the outcomes noted above:
Five-plus years as an executive or senior operational manager of a $10 million or larger organization or business unit.
Nonprofit experience, particularly in managing services such as senior health care, long-term care, and/or social services in non-profit, senior living facilities, community-based organizations in California or in a large, multi-service nonprofit.
Successful fund development experience, including grant writing, capital campaigns, and fundraising through federal, state, local agencies, corporations, and individuals; cultivation and stewardship of donors.
Experience in managing budgets that have a mix of revenue sources (including Medicare, Medicaid, managed care, and private pay).
Capability to negotiate on behalf of ACC and work directly with regulatory agencies and local healthcare providers.
A track record of active engagement in aligned professional organizations and of bringing best practices to bear.
Experience working with Boards, Board committees, large volunteer teams, and donors.
Evidence working collaboratively with community groups and other providers.
Experience assessing community needs and developing programs to meet those needs.
A track record of successful staff development.
Accountable and holds the staff to same.
Inclusive and team oriented.
Listens to others and finds creative solutions; “can do” attitude.
Ability to fix what is wrong and sincerely apologize when needed.
Welcoming to the larger community, embraces diversity.
ACC Senior Services (formerly known as The Asian Community Center of Sacramento Valley) is dedicated to enriching the lives of seniors and caregivers.
We promote the general welfare and enhance the quality of life of our community by offering specially designed, culturally sensitive services, programs and classes for older adults.