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Vice President of Senior Living

Bonaventure Realty Group (Bonaventure) is a real estate private equity company headquartered in Arlington, VA which was founded in 1999.  Bonaventure specializes in multifamily asset management, development, and redevelopment, primarily in the Mid-Atlantic and Southeastern US.  Bonaventure is fully integrated to oversee every phase of the acquisition, management, and disposition of our properties.

Bonaventure has organized twenty private real estate investments which have purchased multifamily properties valued at approximately $700 million.  Bonaventure and Bonaventure affiliates have acquired and/or manage 7,028 multi-family units and currently have an additional 613 units under construction.

We provide a comprehensive benefits package. It includes a very generous contribution to our group health plan, dental coverage, short and long term disability, life insurance, and most importantly, we match 50% of the first 6% on our 401(k) plan. We offer 20 vacation/PTO days.

Mission Statement:

To continually exceed the expectations of our employees, customers, and investors. Provide our employees with a fun environment for personal growth, financial security, and career advancement while fostering a “sense of family.” Strive to ensure that our customers and investors receive exceptional service and value; they have a choice and they chose us.

The VP of Senior Living will oversee the strategy and operations for Bonaventure’s new Senior Living Division. The ideal candidate will have at least 7 years of experience operating multifamily senior living communities and has a proven track record for achieving excellence within this niche market. The candidate must demonstrate the ability to achieve community, regional and company business goals in accordance with residents’ needs and government regulations while developing Bonaventure’s Senior Living policies, procedures and strategies.

Position Description:

  • Develop innovative and executable strategies to position Bonaventure’s new Senior Living Division, its services and programming as a superior choice for those looking for the perfect fit for their senior living needs
  • Manage the day-to-day operations of the Senior Living Division.
  • Apply long-range objectives and strategies for operational effectiveness to support a growing part of the Bonaventure portfolio.
  • Work with community management to implement sales and marketing activities and strategies to maximize occupancy
  • Maintain the company’s mission and objectives within the healthcare community, with our employees, and with the families we serve

Required skills and qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s Degree
  • 7+ years of experience in operations in a management role
  • High degree of accuracy in all tasks and projects, with the ability to work independently and manage time effectively
  • High degree of initiative and creativity, good judgment, excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Demonstrated supervisory and management experience
  • Extensive experience within the senior living marketplace
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