Develop, plan, coordinate, organize, direct, implement, supervise, and evaluate all facets of the campus including the day-today functions in accordance with scope of practice, established company policies and procedures, standards, and guidelines; current federal, state, and local laws and regulations governing the departments and campus; and as directed by the President by performing the following duties personally or through subordinate team members. This includes the oversight of programming services, personnel, and financial activities.
Education, Licensure and Experience:
- Possess a valid nursing home Administrators license, for the campuses licensed as a nursing campus, or meet the assisted living licensure requirements for an Administrator/Manager of this state, for campuses licensed as an assisted living campus. This shall include maintaining required CEU’s.
- Bachelors Degree in Public Health Administration or Business Administration preferred, but not required.
- Experience in Long Term or Acute Care and in management preferred, but not required.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be a minimum of 21 years of age and must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following (Please note: This in no way states or implies that these are the only duties you will be required to perform. The omission of specific duties does not exclude them from the position. Other duties may be assigned as deemed necessary and appropriate.):
- Plan, develop, organize, coordinate, implement, monitor, supervise, evaluate, schedule, and direct all facets of the campus including the day-to-day functions. This may be accomplished personally or through subordinates or delegated individual and may include, but is not limited to duties listed below.
- Possess, maintain, and apply a practical knowledge base regarding issues and regulations affecting the campus and departments as well as the individual residents/tenants.
- Maintain, update, and access current resource base, keeping apprised of regulations, trends, and developments in areas that may impact the campus.
- Monitor/inspect and maintain the campus, to ensure compliance with scope of practice, established company policies and procedures, standards, and guidelines; current federal, state, and local laws and regulations governing the departments and campus.
- Make routine rounds/inspections of the campus to assure the established policies and procedures are adhered to and the campus is kept in a manner that is clean, sanitary, safe and in compliance
- Monitor that adequate supply and equipment levels and inventory are maintained in coordination within campus and resident/tenant needs and within campus budget.
- Resolve and/or report any complaints, grievances or concerns identified to appropriate authorities/entity.
- Coordinate the management team and all staff to ensure departmental and campus functions and duties are carried out per campus policies and procedures and job descriptions and in with scope of practice, established company policies and procedures, standards, and guidelines; current federal, state, and local laws and regulations governing the departments and campus.
- Supervise, coordinate, direct, monitor, and evaluate the department supervisors as outlined under Supervisory
- Set the standard and example for all staff to follow in quality care, teamwork, communication, and customer service.
- Monitor, assess, and address concern/problems including, but not limited to those identified by residents/tenants, visitors, resident/tenant representatives, and staff.
- Communicate with and act as a liaison between the campus, resident/tenant, resident/tenant representatives, staff, and department supervisors.
- Communicate with all departments and staff to best meet the variety of needs and capabilities of the residents/tenants and of the campus.
- Communicate with residents/tenants, resident/tenant representatives and staff regarding any information, updates, changes, problems, and concerns as needed/appropriate such as those affecting residents/tenants care, regulations, and budget/financial, staffing; and/or related areas affecting them.
- Communicate with members of the medical community including, but not limited to Physicians, Medical Director, Pharmacist, and other service provides/related individuals to best meet the needs of the campus, and staff, resident/tenants with quality services delivered in accordance with current federal, state, and local laws and regulations governing the campus.
- Communicate with the President as needed and identified such as with budget variances, workers’ compensation, terminations, outside contracts, staffing changes, policy changes, and other items that may affect the campus and company.
Basic computer knowledge with the ability to learn clinical documentation software.
Other Skills and Abilities:
- Good organizational skills with ability to prioritize multiple tasks and deal with frequent interruptions.
- Basic office skills such as phone skills, voice mail, copying, faxing, typing, and directing visitors.
- Ability to cope with the physical and emotional stress of the position as team member may be subject to hostile or emotionally upset residents/tenants, personnel, and/or visitors.
- Ability to function independently given assigned duties.
- Ability to communicate, work, and interact with a variety of individuals.