Resident Home Association of Greater Dayton
Founded in 1966 by families of children with developmental disabilities, Resident Home Association provides services to 62 residents in its seven-owned homes and six additional sites in Greater Dayton (Montgomery County). With 20 resident openings, its other services include adult day, adult respite, and transportation. Fiscally sound on an operating budget of $5.3MM, its 85-member team includes 62 full-time DSP/Home managers, seven part-time, two part-time drivers and an admin team of 14. Sixty percent of its DSPs have been with RHA for more than 10 years.
Reporting to the President of the Board of Directors of nine, the successful candidate will bring experienced, compassionate, and visionary leadership to build upon a strong community reputation. He or she will possess exemplary communications skills, temerity to question status quo, and temperament to bring together staff and board to energize a united strategic plan for diversifying funding sources. The individual chosen will bring first-hand understanding and appreciation of residential services and modest risk-taking for new opportunities while maneuvering and thriving in today’s labor environment.
Desired is executive level experience with a community provider supporting individuals with intellectual/developmental disabilities, well versed in Federal and State laws and regulations in the I/DD field, Medicare, Medicaid, and Waiver Programs. Desired is an entrepreneurial vision and ability to explore and forecast revenue diversification to meet changing needs in the field. Essential traits and skills of the next ED will include a transparent, responsive, objective decision-maker, and strategic thinker. Equally important for this ED is experience as a collaborator, networker, and relationship builder. Undergraduate degree is expected, studies or certifications helpful in business, finance, management, or entrepreneurialism.
A competitive compensation package awaits the next Executive Director including five weeks’ vacation, health and wellness insurance benefits including dental and vision; life and long-term disability insurance, nine paid holidays, sick accrual of 2 hours/PPE, and a paid pension plan.
How to Apply:
Encouraged before May 26, 2023, letters of application describing how your career to date has prepared you to be RHA’s next Executive Director will be acknowledged with confidentiality within 48 hours of receipt. Please email your personalized letter and resume to email@example.com.
A member of the Ohio Provider Resource Association, Resident Home Association of Greater Dayton is an Equal Opportunity Employer.