Kutz Senior Living Campus | Wilmington, DE
The Kutz Senior Living Campus was founded in 1902 as the Ladies Bichor Cholem Society. Merging in 1920 with the Ladies Moshev Zekenim, the combined organization purchased and occupied a former hospital. In 1942 they moved to larger quarters on Washington St., and in 1960 the new 40-bed Milton and Hattie Kutz Home opened in its current location on River Road. In 1997 and again in 2003 major renovation and expansion projects were undertaken, and in 2013 the Lodge Lane Assisted Living facility opened adjoining The Kutz Home. See www.KutzHome.org. Today, the $13 million Kutz Senior Living Campus perpetuates the mission of its founders with top-notch clinical and social services delivered in the Jewish tradition. Kutz Senior Living Campus features Kutz Rehabilitation & Nursing, a 91-bed skilled nursing facility, and Lodge Lane Assisted Living, a 51-unit assisted living facility. Both are operating at nearly full census. The staff is highly professional and dedicated to the residents, assuring that they receive the highest quality care possible. The Auxiliary of the Campus is very active raising funds for special needs and projects, and the Board of Directors is committed to the Campus’ Mission and highly supportive of the staff.
This is an opportunity for an experienced Senior Care executive to provide strategic leadership as the CEO of a successful, financially strong, well-reputed nursing home/assisted living facility located in Wilmington, DE. The Kutz Senior Living Campus is fully independent and therefore requires a CEO who can thrive as an autonomous yet collaborative leader, without the resources or oversight of a large corporation. It is a profitable organization with an excellent reputation, and it operates at or very near capacity. The Kutz Senior Living Campus features two facilities, Kutz Rehabilitation & Nursing and Lodge Lane Assisted Living, that operate under the Executive leadership of the CEO. The Kutz Senior Living Campus features a very warm and homey atmosphere, solid survey results, capable management team, strong support from the Jewish Federation of Delaware, and clear growth opportunity. The new CEO will succeed a CEO who will be retiring after 24 years. The CEO is expected to work closely with the Board to define future strategic direction for the organization in a time of rapid change and competitive pressures.
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We welcome nominations and referrals of prospective candidates. Interested parties, please send resume and cover letter to KutzCEO2247@ZurickDavis.com.