Cedarfield, a fully accredited, Continuing Care Retirement Community, seeks a Health Care Administrator to ensure the delivery of high quality care for long-term nursing, assisted living and memory care assisted living residents. This is an exciting opportunity to join the highly regarded Pinnacle Living organization (formerly known as Virginia United Methodist Homes) to lead the Health Services department into the future. Our current 5-year Master plan expansion includes: two household buildings dedicated to long term care, one apartment household building dedicated for Skilled Rapid Recovery, 60 newly renovated assisted living apartments and 20 newly renovated memory care apartments with a state of the art newly designed common/activity space. The Health Care Administrator will promote our Pinnacle Living values in a servant leadership environment.
The Health Care Administrator, reporting to the Executive Director, directs the delivery of integrated health care services aligned with organizational strategic objectives. This individual will advance our formal, resident-centered 3-year Culture Change journey strategies foundationally based on Action Pact philosophies and principles. This individual will monitor the Quality Assessment and Performance Improvement Plan (QAPI) that defines our systems, processes, and methods to evaluate and improve resident care. Additionally, this individual will lead the Health Services Department to ensure our Talent Management strategies are implemented to include: appropriate selection, culture awareness, onboarding, employee development, succession planning, work teams, and performance management. This position will ensure great, positive relationships with residents, visitors, and regulators.
This position requires a current Commonwealth of Virginia Nursing Home Administrator license, a Bachelor’s degree, and a minimum of five (5) years of healthcare leadership; experience in skilled nursing and/or long-term care and a Master’s degree preferred. Demonstrated competency in financial management and resource allocated is required in addition to knowledge of licensing and payment programs, nursing practice, psychology of resident care, personal care and social services, therapeutic and supportive long term care and services, and environmental health and safety relevant to nursing facility operations. This position must exhibit an understanding of and compliance with resident rights and responsibilities associated with Department of Health and Department of Social Services regulations.