Nursing Home Administrator

Job Responsibilities
The Administrator manages all business related activity to achieve excellence in Resident care, high employee retention and be an integral part of the local community. Managing cost, maintaining compliance and growing census to become a high quality provider of health services are key functions of the role.
Develops or expands programs to maximize facility revenues. Active in all marketing events, monthly marketing meetings and various events.
Develops or expands programs to ensure the highest quality care for Residents.
Administers fiscal operations such as budget planning, cash flow management, financial management, accounting, and establishing rates.
Maintains a stable and competent staff. Maintains a working environment where Employee morale is high; Promotes Employee retention and appreciation programs.
Manages within the guidelines of all federal, state and local employment laws. Treats Employees fairly and is consistent with all employment decisions.
Maintains compliance with all government regulatory agencies.
Directs activities of all facility departments; manages within the constraints of labor and supply budgets.
Develops policies and procedures for various facility activities.
Ensures that company-wide management policies and programs are consistently followed. Works closely with Management Team to establish facility-specific programs.
Represents facility at community meetings, civic clubs and charities. Builds rapport with community.
Displays job competencies consistently.
Job Requirements
Bachelor???s degree in nursing home administration or related field required;
Licensed as required by Iowa state law.
2-5 years??? experience as an Administrator or supervisory capacity within sub acute or long term care.
Superb interpersonal communication skills
Ability to realize a vision through creative problem-solving
Desire to be part of building a success from the ground up
Ability to lead and influence employees at all levels
Must have a Nursing Home Admin License or provisional working towards a permanent license.

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