Title: Licensed Nursing Home Administrator (LNHA)
Summary: Peak Healthcare at Caton Manor is currently searching for a LNHA for one of our skilled nursing centers, which is part of a larger network of Maryland skilled nursing facilities. Nursing Home Administrator job duties are considerable, and vary from building to building depending on size, level of care, managerial structure, and focus. Generally, this position acts as the director of the facility and is ultimately responsible for all patient care and business decisions under the direction of the Regional Director of Operations.
Given the 24/7 nature of nursing homes, Nursing Home Administrators often work non-standard hours, and/or more than forty hours per week, and may be on-call on nights, weekends, and holidays. The Nursing Home Administrator role requires little to no clinical work. Most time is spent interacting with residents, families, and staff, or in meetings, and requires excellent skills in time and stress management, a calm, patient, and professional demeanor, and deep understanding of both the clinical and business aspects of running an acute care or nursing facility. Peak Healthcare does offers an excellent mentorship program for newly licensed nursing home administrators.
Manage the day-to-day operations of the facility and keep the organization on track for its long-term goals and mission
Coordinate and provide leadership to each clinical, managerial, and custodial team, and ensure that they work together effectively
Responsible for the overall staffing including hiring and terminations of employees, at every level.
Ensure the facility operates in compliance with all local, state, and federal regulations
Coordinates with clinical staff to ensure residents’ individual care plans are being followed
Provide regular safety and compliance training
Create and maintain a budget
Oversee billing and set fees, when appropriate
Act as the ‘face’ of the organization to the governing board, the public, and residents’ families; and as a liaison between staff, residents, and families
Licensed Nursing Home Administrator in Maryland
Licensed as NHA in another state (must have 365 days of being LNHA of record in the original licensed state) but qualifies to apply for licensure in Maryland. (License by endorsement)
Preferred Skills: Qualified candidates will have long term care experience or senior healthcare experience.
*Per the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) guidelines, COVID-19 vaccines, or a valid/approved vaccination exemption, are mandatory and a requirement to work in our community Any job offers are contingent on an approved exemption or fully vaccinated status. Peak Healthcare offers COVID vaccinations to our employees, at no cost.
Benefits: 401k, health, life, vision, and dental insurance, 20 total days PTO (paid time off) for facility employees (Administrators and DON’s have work/life balance), flexible schedule, overtime pay, dailypay, premium holiday pay, disability insurance, wellness plans, discount programs, employee referral bonus, and stability in the strong leadership/management team who strives & achieves customer service excellence with dedicated staff qualifications.
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