Description (Baltimore & Cincinnatti)
The Administrator is a qualified full-time employee appointed by the Governing Body to administer, direct and coordinate all administrative and financial activities of the agency. Supervises the entire organizational operation. Plan, organize, direct and evaluate operations to ensure the provision of adequate and appropriate care and services. Comply with applicable laws and regulations. Undertake fiscal planning by budgeting and managing operations in accordance with established fiscal parameters. Implement governing body directives and ensure the implementation of organizational policies and procedures, as well as the development and implementation of appropriate service policies. Recruit, employ and retain qualified personnel to maintain appropriate staffing levels. Establish and maintain effective channels of communication, maintaining a liaison with the governing body. Ensure staff development including orientation, in-service education, continuing education and evaluation of staff. Direct and monitor organizational performance improvement activities. Assure appropriate staff supervision during all operating hours. Assure the development and qualifications of professional services and the assignment of personnel. Completes performance evaluations on subordinate staff in accordance with Agency policy. Plans, develops, implements administers and evaluates program. Assures appropriate staff supervision during all operating hours. Appoint a similarly qualified alternate to be available at all times during operating hours in the absence of the Agency Manager. Inform the governing body and staff of current organizational, community and industry trends. Act as the agency Disaster Coordinator
A state licensed physician or state licensed registered nurse or health care professional with
training and experience in health service administration and have at least one year of supervisory
or administrative experience in home care, private duty, environmental support or related health
A Bachelor’s Degree in Health Administration or similar field of study is preferred.
Must meet initial ongoing educational requirements as stipulated by the state.
Must have a criminal background check and other checks required by PA regulation.