We have an outstanding opportunity for an experienced Licensed Nursing Home Administrator (LNHA).
Competitive compensation based on experience and benefits.
Qualified candidates must have a Montana Administrator License (LNHA), extensive knowledge and experience with CMS regulations, skilled nursing facility management experience and a proven track record of success with state surveys.
As Administrator, you will be responsible for leading a dynamic group of department heads to achieve high standards of quality and operational success, while maintaining relationships with healthcare providers and hospitals in the local community. The Administrator is supported by corporate operations teams, human resources and recruiting to establish us as a premier employer and provider of healthcare services. Our Administrators are an integral part of our leadership team reporting directly to the Regional Director of Operations.
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