Otterbein Senior Lifestyle Choices

Assistant Administrator (Coach)

Job ID
2017-3484
Category
Administration
US-OH-Centerville

Overview

 

The role of the Coach is to be the primary is to mentor all staff as they grow learn, understand, and accept their new roles in the small house model. The goal of the coach is to assist individuals and groups to achieve their highest level of competence and potential.

Responsibilities

  • Fully understands the philosophy of the small house
  • Provides leadership, coaching and direction to staff as needed
  • Understands how the change process affects people and works with them to overcome its challenges
  • Monitors the house conditions by making regular visits
  • Observes interpersonal relationships in the house including elder/elder, staff/elder, staff/staff
  • Discusses observations/concerns with appropriate coordinator
  • Conducts employment interviews and participate in new hire orientation
  • Obtains a daily verbal report from each house
  • Attends team meetings
  • Supports Self Directed Work Team (SDWT) compliance with in-service requirements such as identifies learning needs and ways to meet those learning needs
  • Inputs and reviews weekly scorecards with house and leadership
  • Monitors attendance and turnover reports
  • Reviews weekly menus
  • Provides training materials to staff and team
  • Collaboratively identifies issues and develops actions plans for groups and individuals
  • Completes staff evaluation and counseling process when appropriate

 

Qualifications

An applicant should have an interest in caring for the quality of life needs of the elders, a willingness to work as a member of the team.

  • Minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree
  • Must possess a current OH Licensed Nursing Home Administrator license or is eligible to sit for exam within 90 days
  • Desire and passion to liberate elders with a willingness to learn the Small House concept that keeps the neighborhood free of institutional mindset

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