Administrator-Assisted Living

Administrator-Assisted Living

August 11, 2020

The Summit at First Hill is retirement living at its best in the heart of the City. Located in Seattle’s First Hill neighborhood, the Summit is an integral part of Kline Galland, Seattle’s Single-Source Senior Care Resource.

The Summit at First Hill is currently seeking a Licensed Administrator for our Residential living, Assisted Living, and Memory Support – encouraging people to live life as they choose with the support that they want or need. The Summit embraces Jewish culture and traditions in a variety of textures and modes of fulfillment. Our inherent culture is to welcome everyone!

If you are committed and passionate about serving the needs of our senior residents we encourage you to apply and experience what making a difference feels like.
The Assisted Living Administrator will be responsible for managing the day-to-day operations of all departments at the Summit at First Hill community. This includes achieving and maintaining maximum occupancy of the Summit while focusing on high resident satisfaction and quality resident care/services. The Administrator will ensure compliance with applicable state and federal requirements and ensure a smooth operation of the community through staff development and employee satisfaction.

Primary Duties and Responsibilities:

Ensures the delivery of quality care and services and promotes positive resident and family relations, responding promptly and appropriately to resident needs, requests and concerns. Encourages resident interaction and promotes a culture where each resident is of the greatest importance.
Operates the 125 unit community in a manner which will ensure excellence in resident care in a financially responsible environment meeting all community budget and census guidelines.
Directs and monitors all marketing activities.
Provides resident programs designed to provide enrichment in the areas of social interaction, entertainment, arts and crafts, physical exercise, education, religious services, and community involvement.
Complies with all state and federal laws and regulations and all company rules and regulations regarding the care of the residents and operation of the community. Develops a positive rapport with all state regulatory representatives.
Oversees the healthcare related programs and services and ensures that all applicable state-mandated rules and regulations are carefully adhered to.
Encourages care coordination within the continuum of Kline Galland service lines.
Directs and monitors timely and accurate completion of all daily/weekly/monthly billings, accounting and bookkeeping requirements.
Assists as needed in the coordination of move-in with respective residents. Periodically reviews each resident’s status and ability to perform under the terms and conditions of the Residency Agreement.
Actively manages and leads the community team, including recruiting and retention of key contributors, performance management, employee development, coaching, and feedback.
Routinely monitors the sanitation of the kitchen, quality of meals, quantity, and appearance of service and entire staff, cleanliness of resident apartment and satisfaction of residents.
Implement a quality assurance program that evaluates each department’s performance on an on-going basis.
Provides a safe environment for residents, staff, and visitors.
Performs additional duties as assigned to ensure continuity of care.
Must have Assisted Living license in Washington State and license must be in good standing or ability to obtain license in a short period of time.
Must be able to relate to the elderly and family members in a positive manner.
Must possess good marketing and public relations skills.
Must have an understanding of budgeting, financial record keeping and reporting, appropriate State and Federal regulations, operational systems and procedures and must be able to apply that understanding to ensure the smooth operation of the community.
A minimum of three (3) years prior experience in a management position operating a retirement, assisted living, skilled nursing community, or related business.
Must have minimum Bachelor’s degree and experience in long term care.
Knowledge of Jewish community and culture highly preferred.
Proven ability to lead teams and develop people.
Must possess a current state-specific driver’s license and appropriate driving record.
Good communication skills, verbal and written; English language skills adequate to allow communication with residents and staff, and to understand written and verbal instructions. Strong computer skills.

This position reports to our Chief Operating Officer in a collaborative partnership. We offer a competitive salary, comprehensive benefits and a work environment that encourages initiative and fosters respect.
For consideration please attach your cover letter and resume.

Kline Galland is an equal opportunity employer and affirmative action employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees. We do not discriminate based upon race, religion, color, national origin, gender (including pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions), sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, status as a protected veteran, status as an individual with a disability, or other applicable legally protected characteristics.
Job Type: Full-time

COVID-19 considerations:
Kline Galland organization has the highest standard of infection control and a full variety and accessibility to PPE. All staff wear masks and face shields minimum when around others.

Company Info

Company Name
Kline Galland- The Summit

Company URL

Contact Name
Shelly Ryan





1200 University St
Seattle, WA