Nursing Home Administrator
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POST DATE 8/18/2016
END DATE 12/19/2016
JSA Search, Inc.
JOB DESCRIPTIONNURSING HOME ADMINISTRATOR - MUST HAVE CURRENT NHA LICENSE
For this high profile, leadership position, you must be able utilize your organizational and communication skills, in addition to your administrative knowledge and resourceful nature, to enthusiastically dedicate your service and expertise to overseeing the day-to-day operations of the nursing home. The Nursing Home Administrator must have the administrative ability to run and grow the business, in accordance with the applicable policies and procedures, and current federal, state, local, and corporate guidelines and regulations that govern long term care - health care facilities.
Responsible for developing and maintaining employee relations, ensuring the delivery of quality care and services, and achieving business development goals
Possess the financial know-how to prepare and maintain annual budgets, and work with health insurance companies and patients to optimize quality and cost efficient operations at the facility
Ensure that all required records are maintained and submitted, as appropriate, in an accurate and timely manner; recruit, hire, and provide orientation - training, and ensure employee performance meets - exceeds expectations
Ensure the facility is a safe, clean, comfortable and appealing environment for residents, patients, visitors and staff, in accordance with health care company guidelines
NURSING HOME ADMINISTRATOR - NHA BACKGROUND PROFILE:
NHA experience in a Long Term Care setting
Current - Active State license in Nursing Home Administration
Bachelor's degree in business or Health Care Administration
A solid business background
Extensive knowledge and management - leadership experience in long term healthcare, governmental licensure regulations, and all Medicaid/Medicare procedures
Strong leadership, communication, and decision-making skills
Proven history of working cooperatively and harmoniously with residents, residents' families/representatives, facility staff, physicians, consultants, etc