B.S. degree required, preferably a major in Health Administration; Business Administration; or a related field.
State nursing home administrator’s license. Current NHA license, accredited by NAB.
Five (5) or more years of experience in long-term care management.
Regional travel as required.
Credibility within gerontology.
Maintain Communication up and down an entire org chart.
Demonstrated, through prior work experience, competence in leadership and supervisory skills, including oral and written communication skills and human relations, i.e., group interactions and ability to use power and influence.
Proven ability in developing and implementing compliant care and operational systems for delivery of high quality long-term care.
Proven ability to work independently and effectively in an unstructured environment
Microsoft Office (Word, Excel and Power Point), Outlook, E-mail and the Internet.
NOTE: Employment is contingent upon a successful employment/education/licensure verification and a background check. Some positions also require a drug screen, a pre-hire medical exam, and/or credit check. Must meet all work eligibility requirements.