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Executive Director - Jubilee Association of Maryland

Jubilee Association of Maryland is seeking an inspirational and experienced Executive Director to provide strategic direction, focus, and long-term vision for this organization that provides opportunities and support for people with intellectual and other developmental disabilities to live in and enrich their community while fulfilling their personal, family, social and spiritual needs.

The ideal candidate for this position must have a passion for our mission and a strong desire to lead a Mennonite faith-based nonprofit organization with strong leadership, management, and communications skills. S/he must excel at balancing internal management with external impact and visibility, and must ensure that the organization is fiscally and programmatically sound. S/he will bring a variety of experience and attributes to Jubilee, including at least seven years of progressive senior level organizational leadership and management experience and a BS/BA; Masters degree preferred. 

For a full job description, click here.

To apply, e-mail resume, cover letter and salary requirements to: For other inquiries, contact Ginna Goodenow at


Director of Advancement - Friendship Community

This exciting position was created to offer opportunities to grow the organization's resources in order to further the Mission and Vision of Friendship Community. The Director of Advancement shall design, implement, and market a comprehensive advancement plan, as well as hire a team to accomplish these goals. Applicants must have a Bachelor's Degree in a related field and it is preferred that they have 5-7 years of experience in fundraising, as well as a minimum of 4-5 years of supervisory experience. Applicants must possess strong oral and written communication skills in order to network in the community and to build strong donor relationships.

For more information or to apply, visit or call the Friendship Community Human Resources Department at 717-656-2466 ext. 1113


Executive Director - Anabaptist Disabilities Network

Anabaptist Disabilities Network (ADN) is seeking an Executive Director who will promote the vision of ADN to Anabaptist congregations, organizations and individuals. They will personally represent ADN with donors and supporters, solicit gifts, and provide oversight to ADN staff and programs. Fundraising and constituent cultivation ability required. A heart for the inclusion of persons with disabilities and their families in the life of the church is a must. Collaborative work environment with administrative support.

Contact ADN for more information.


Director of Home Health - Mennonite Home Health and Senior Services 

The Mennonite Home Health and Senior Services is seeking a Director of Home Health. The Director works under the direction of the CEO and is responsible for the day-to-day direction, coordination, and general supervision of the home health and home care programs. Responsibility spans development, organization, implementation and evaluation of agency programs in accordance with the Medicare Conditions of Participation, clinical care standards, and the policies and procedures of the agency. The position is responsible for operations, budgets, and oversight of full-time, part-time and PRN staff, including nurses, aides, therapists, and administrative staff. The Director must have good communication skills and the ability to work as a member of an interdisciplinary team and positively represent the agency to care partners and the public. 

Qualified candidate must be a registered nurse with an active license (advanced degree preferred), have 5 years experience in health care, preferably home health care, and 3 years experience in management. 

To apply, send resumes to:
Director of HR, 410 W. Elm St.,
Bluffton, Ohio, 45817

Or go to to apply online. Deadline is November 13, 2018.  EOE.


Director of Nursing - Mennonite Memorial Home

Mennonite Memorial Home, a faith-based, not-for-profit organization in Bluffton, Ohio, is seeking a Director of Nursing.

The Director of Nursing, under the direction of the administrator, supervises and monitors work of assigned staff to ensure proper completion of work with adherence to safety standards, federal and state regulations while delivering exceptional customer service. Responsibilities include management and administration of all nursing services in the 72-bed Skilled Nursing Facility and a 29 apartment Assisted Living community, budget and labor management, planning, development of nursing services, and the delivery of excellent clinical care and quality services. Qualified candidates must have outstanding communication skills, strong leadership skills, the ability to work as part of a team, and knowledge of applicable health and nursing home regulations. Registered Nurse with 5 years of nursing experience in long-term care with management experience required. Deadline is November 1, 2018.  

Send resumes to:
Director of HR, 410 W. Elm St.,
Bluffton, Ohio 45817

Or go to to apply online.  


Chief Executive Officer – Echoing Hills

Echoing Hills Village, Inc. (Echoing Hills) was founded in 1967 to provide a premier Summer Camp experience for individuals with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities. Since then, Echoing Hills has supported thousands of families, friends, and neighbors through their outreach to people with disabilities. Echoing Hills is now a non-profit ministry with nearly 500 employees, providing premier residential, vocational, educational, and camp services throughout the state of Ohio and internationally. All of these programs support the mission of Echoing Hills: "Revolutionizing lives where people live, learn, connect, play and worship and are in alignment with their core values: the right to choose, the dignity of each person, personal fulfillment in God’s plan, and a relationship with Jesus Christ."

Due to the planned retirement of the current CEO, the Board is seeking an executive to lead Echoing Hills into their next season of ministry. They invite experienced industry professionals who are passionate servant leaders to explore serving as the next Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Echoing Hills. 

The ideal candidate will possess a personal relationship with Jesus Christ and be a proven industry leader with strong communication and decision making skills. The ability to encourage and work collaboratively with internal and external stakeholders is critical to this position, as is leading a fiscally responsible and well managed organization. The CEO, reporting to the Board of Directors, will foster a close relationship with the leadership of Echoing Hills to create and implement strategic and operational initiatives in alignment with the organization’s mission and core values.

Key qualities and skills required are: commitment to ministry life, commitment to the mission and core values of Echoing Hills, financial wisdom, and stewardship. The CEO should be a confident convener, collaborator, implementer, communicator, visionary, and coach.

Candidates must have a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration or related field (Master’s Degree preferred), and a minimum of 10 years in an administrative or leadership role with at least five years of that experience in the developmentally or intellectually disabled field.

Candidates must have knowledge and experience with regulations related to this industry and regulatory related agencies required. Position also requires a personal relationship with Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord, evidence of a commitment to personal spiritual growth, and a demonstrated ability to fulfill the mission, core values, and purpose of the ministry.

Interested persons are invited to send resumes to Alisa Miller at, Managing Director of MHS Consulting, who is conducting this search.  Potential candidates should indicate their interest by October 26, 2018. All inquiries will be held in confidence. 


Chaplain - Glencroft Senior Living 

Glencroft Senior Living in Glendale, Arizona, is seeking a full-time chaplain for their 225-bed Providence Place care center. Located on a dynamic, faith-based CCRC campus, this position offers opportunities to minister to long-term care residents and post-acute rehab patients.

The chaplain is an interdisciplinary team member, providing spiritual assessment and resourcing, worship experiences, Bible studies, and spiritual and emotional support to residents/patients, families and staff. The preferred candidate will have an aptitude for collaborating with Glencroft's innovative dementia care programs.

The incumbent must be licensed or ordained and in good standing in a recognized denomination, with a Masters of Divinity or the equivalent from an accredited institution, a minimum of one unit of Clinical Pastoral Education, with two or more years pastoral or chaplaincy experience. 

For more information or to apply, send cover letter and resume to: Milissa Watkins, Chief Health Services Officer,, 623-847-3057


 Nurse Leader - Menno Haven Retirement Communities

Menno Haven Retirement Communities, located in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, is searching for a Nurse Leader to join their Leadership Team.

Menno Haven’s executive leadership is fully committed to the household model, encouraging more versatile team members in the households, growing leadership deep into the organization, and promoting service provision closer to the people they serve.

Menno Haven is in the midst of executing an aggressive five year plan, known as Project Genesis. A significant part of this plan is their commitment to replace the existing healthcare center and build a new household model home for residents and team members. Households are expected to open in late 2019, but there is still work that must occur prior to moving in.

The successful Nurse Leader will be quality focused, an effective change agent who understands the dynamics of change, a proponent of inclusive shared leadership principles, team-member/resident focused, and committed to seeing the transformation through to fruition.

For more information or to apply, contact William Phillips at


Nursing Home Administrator - United Zion Retirement Community 

United Zion Retirement Community is currently seeking a Nursing Home Administrator for their 59-bed skilled care center, part of their Life Plan Community in Lititz, PA. United Zion has provided over 100 years of high quality care. 

This position will be leading the skilled care team, medical staff, and other professionals moving into recently renovated/expanded skilled care neighborhoods, with all private room and developing programing. We seek a knowledgeable, experienced leader with current Pennsylvania Nursing Home Administrator's license. Bachelor's Degree required, Master's Degree preferred in Health Administration, Business Administration or other health-related field. Minimum of five years' experience preferred.   

Interested candidates can submit their applications on our website or email their resumes to


Director of Nursing - United Zion Retirement Community 

United Zion Retirement Community is currently seeking a Director of Nursing for their 59-bed skilled care center, part of their Life Plan Community in Lititz, PA. United Zion has provided over 100 years of high-quality care, and is a leader in integrated dementia care and advocates for progressive rehabilitation. 

This position will be leading a skilled care team, moving into recently renovated/expanded skilled care neighborhoods with all private room. We seek a knowledgeable, experienced, nursing leader with a minimum of five years of experience, preferably in Long Term Care. Director of Nursing experience preferred. 

Interested candidates can submit their applications on our website or email their resumes to


Assistant Administrator for Macdonald Residence

The Macdonald Residence Assisted Living, located in the Oldtown neighborhood of downtown Portland, has an immediate opening for an Assistant Administrator. The Macdonald Residence is a 54 unit ALF, serving our population alongside local nonprofit, Maybelle Center for Community For the past 25 years, we have worked to help break isolation in this community. The Macdonald Residence is licensed by the State of Oregon and through our Specific Needs Contract we serve individuals whom often have difficulty being accepted into other community-based care facilities.

We strive to provide a safe, inclusive environment where our residents can thrive.

Candidates must have an active and unencumbered Oregon ALF/Residential Care Facility Certification, as well as at least one year of experience in an Assisted Living environment. Must have the ability to effectively communicate in English and understand and follow written and oral instructions, and be able to pass a criminal background check and drug screen.

For a detailed job description, click here .

To apply, Contact Mo Mills, Administrator
FAX: 503-241-7375