Director of People and Operations

Job Locations US-TN-Brentwood
Job ID
Regular Full-Time


Leader for Dynamic Growth and Culture Leadership


Our client has a once-in-a-career opportunity for a culture leadership and growth management role as Director of People & Operations. We are looking for an experienced and successful operator with a big heart to provide strong and proactive leadership to all levels of staff to ensure the delivery of business objectives. You will work closely with the COO and clinical operations experts to continually shape and deliver on the business plan.


With 15 communities in 5 states, our client is striving to be nothing less than the premier senior living provider in the US by creating vibrant communities where residents, families and team members can be themselves, live purposefully and experience a profound sense of belonging, make the company a great place to work for all colleagues, and making it a great place for residents to call home.


First Year Plan For Mutual Success:

  • Hands-on partner-management of regional leaders; as well as strong external infrastructure relationship management to support with the delivery of operational objectives.  
  • Help us become a true learning and adaptable organization to handle growth through dynamic acquisition and long-term planning, and developing talent.
  • Drive and promote a culture of strong person-centered ethos of achieving the highest standards of care.
  • Identify, develop a performance management strategy at all levels of the organization.


Desired Background

  • Bachelors in Business, Healthcare, Hospitality or related fields
  • 10 years of progressive experience in decentralized, multi-location service environments
  • Able to promote learning through significant growth and change in organizations, “Actually lived it.”
  • Experience managing teams of managers with varying talents and experience
  • Ability to identify training opportunities both large scale and micro learning


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