Job Fair Event

Company Name:
Sunrise Senior Living
Position Type:
Job Fair Event - August 6, 2014: 10am - 2pm
As the Assisted Living Coordinator and department leader, you will facilitate and lead the Assisted Living Neighborhood team. This includes recruiting, hiring, training and coaching a high quality team. Providing recognition and creating an engaged culture for your team members, residents and families will be an important part of your leadership role.
Job Requirements
- Minimum one year supervisory / management experience, including hiring, coaching, performance management, employee relations and supervision of daily operations in assisted living or long term care. - BA/BS degree may be required based on state requirements. - Demonstrated good judgment, problem solving and decision making skills. - Proficient computer skills, including Microsoft Office with the ability to learn new applications. - Effective organization, time management, and written and verbal communication skills. - The ability to handle multiple priorities and delegate assignments. - Scheduling experience is a definite asset. - A dedication to seniors and their well-being is also essential.
Company Description:
Since the first Sunrise community opened in 1981, the Sunrise operating philosophy has been to provide services and care to seniors following Sunrise's Principles of Service: encouraging independence, enabling freedom of choice, preserving dignity, celebrating individuality, nurturing the spirit and involving family and friends. All Sunrise team members are trained to provide services and care in a manner that supports these principles and furthers the Sunrise mission to champion quality of life for all seniors.
Sunrise team members share Sunrise's passion for seniors and commitment to quality. We hire the very best team members who have a natural serving heart and commitment to providing the very best in service and care. When we welcome someone to our team, they complete the thorough, award-winning The Learning Channel training program to prepare them for their role in the community.

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