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Regional Director (BC Interior) - Regional Director (BC Interior) ,


The Regional Director, is a key senior leadership position responsible for providing effective leadership for all Clinical, Support Services and Facility Services within AgeCare.  Reporting to the Vice President, Care Services and Vice President Support Services and Facility Management, the Regional Director is responsible to support the leadership teams within and across the diverse and complex Continuing Care communities. Ensuring that quality services are delivered across the full continuum of care to meet key strategic directions, operational plans, objectives and key performance indicators (KPIs). The Regional Director assists with the design of safe, effective and efficient quality delivery systems; monitoring performance standards and existing practices; designing new systems to improve organizational performance and staff competence; and supporting all program priorities in alignment with its external partners.

This position is accountable for achievement of key performance indicators as identified through AgeCare’s Strategic Objectives, and through the organizations Performance Dashboard and Balance Scorecard. This includes Finance, Resource Management, Standards Compliance and Reporting, Collaborative Relationships/Partnerships and Quality Improvement initiatives to enhance the quality of life and experience for residents with the support of their families. The Regional Director, promotes an environment that demonstrates AgeCare guiding principles and values of Trust, Respect, Quality and Teamwork and encourages practices that respect resident, family and staff rights, individuality and diversity.



Education/Designation Requirements

  • Master of Nursing or Business Administration or other related field required.
  • Bachelor of Nursing, with current BCCNM registration or eligible for BCCNM registration preferred.


  • 5 – 10 years of leadership experience in a health care environment and in a leadership management capacity directly supervising and/or managing employees.
  • 3+ years of financial management experience including direct accountable for budgets.
  • 3+ years managing support services and facilities
  • Experience working with a unionized workforce is an asset
  • Must be fluent in English, both orally and in writing
  • Demonstration of progressive leadership roles.
  • Expectation of travel to multiple community’s and overnight stays as required.
  • Demonstrates innovation and problem-solving skills
  • Strong business and financial management skills
  • Handle sensitive situations that require empathy and tact
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills, and outstanding customer service skills
  • Demonstrates effective time management skills
  • Must function independently, have flexibility, personal integrity and the ability to work with senior management
  • General knowledge and understanding of building maintenance and systems
  • Strong ability to manage diversity of work force; resolve any conflict issues, and maintain a harmonious working environment
  • An ongoing focus on continuous improvement
  • Good working knowledge of computers (Word, Excel and Outlook)
  • Sites: Kelowna, Lumby, Williams Lake, Salmon Arm


If you’re motivated by the privilege of serving our seniors with dignity, respect and compassion, come join us!

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