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Administrator - Freeport

Hawthorne House and Freeport Place located in Freeport, Maine and a member of First Atlantic Healthcare is seeking a dynamic, results oriented leader for this 95-bed campus. This AHCA Silver Award winning, 5 Star rated facility is well regarded for its progressive skilled service provision as well as expertise in behavioral health and dementia care. Hawthorne House and Freeport Place offer a continuum of care including skilled care services, long term care, and assisted living. A supportive and collaborative corporate structure makes this a very attractive opportunity for an accomplished healthcare professional. The successful candidate will demonstrate proven transformational leadership skills to foster high staff satisfaction, customer service excellence, knowledge of and commitment to quality assurance and performance improvement (QAPI), and strong advocacy for person-centered care and culture change. Qualified candidates will have a minimum of three years of current leadership experience in a health care setting as well as advanced human capital and communication skills. Current Multi-Level Maine Nursing Home Administrator license or eligibility for Maine licensure required. Expertise in quality improvement, regulatory compliance, progressive clinical programming and financial management is required. Baccalaureate degree in a health-related field and/or business required; Masters preferred. Interested applicants should email their resume with cover letter to: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or submit cover letter and resume to no later than February 28, 2018: Dorothy Tolin, Director of Human Resources, First Atlantic Healthcare, 100 Waterman Drive, Suite 401, So. Portland, ME 04106,  EOE. (posted 02/06/18)

Administrator - Dover-Foxcroft

Hibbard Skilled Nursing & Rehabilitation Center and Main Street West located in Dover-Foxcroft, Maine and a member of First Atlantic Healthcare is seeking a dynamic, results oriented leader for this 107-bed campus. Known for its innovation and as one of the busiest providers of skilled care in Dover-Foxcroft area, the newly renovated campus offers a continuum of care including progressive skilled care services, long term care, and assisted living apartments. A supportive and collaborative corporate structure makes this a very attractive opportunity for an accomplished healthcare professional. The successful candidate will demonstrate proven transformational leadership skills to foster high staff satisfaction, customer service excellence, knowledge of and commitment to quality assurance and performance improvement (QAPI), and strong advocacy for person-centered care and culture change. Qualified candidates will have a minimum of three years of current leadership experience in a health care setting as well as advanced human capital and communication skills. Current Multi-Level Maine Nursing Home Administrator license or eligibility for Maine licensure required. Expertise in quality improvement, regulatory compliance, progressive clinical programming and financial management is required. Baccalaureate degree in a health-related field and/or business required; Masters preferred. Interested applicants should email their resume with cover letter to: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or submit cover letter and resume to no later than February 28, 2018: Dorothy Tolin, Director of Human Resources, First Atlantic Healthcare, 100 Waterman Drive, Suite 401, So. Portland, ME 04106, EOE. (posted 02/06/18)

Administrator - Bangor

Westgate Center for Health and Rehabilitation is seeking an administrator. Administrator is responsible for planning, organizing, developing, directing, controlling and supervising the general operations of this long term care and sub-acute center for health and rehabilitation according to applicable federal, state and local laws, regulations, standards and guidelines. Responsible for ensuring that the highest degree of quality resident life is maintained. Qualifications: Licensed Nursing Home Administrator in Maine according to Public Health Code regulations. On call according to state regulations. Display flexibility, personal integrity and effectiveness in dealing with residents, personnel, state, federal and support agencies. Ability to make decisions and function independently. Ability to plan, organize, develop, carry out, and interpret the facility's goals, objectives, policies and procedures. Demonstrate leadership ability and supervisory skills; willingness to work cooperatively and tactfully with personnel, residents, families, visitors, state and federal agencies, vendors and the public. Interest in the health care needs of the aged, chronically ill, disabled and emotionally ill with the ability to work with these groups. Physical Requirements: Must be able to move intermittently throughout the day, proper body mechanics required bending, stooping, turning, stretching, reaching above the shoulders are involved; must be able to cope with the mental, emotional and physical stress of the position; must be able to observe, listen and communicate effectively; must function independently, have flexibility, personal integrity, and the ability to work effectively with residents, personnel, support agencies, and outside agencies. To apply, email resume to: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it EOE, M/F, Veteran, Disabled (posted 10/25/17)

Administrator-in-Training

North Country Associates, one of Maine’s premier health care management companies, is currently seeking applicants for our Administrator-in-Training Program. This full time (6 months) program is designed to prepare an individual for a challenging career as an Administrator in a North Country Associates’ nursing facility. Qualified individuals must: Possess a minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in a business or health care field; possess previous experience in a health care setting; be an energetic self-starter; have supervisory experience with demonstrated knowledge of budget systems; be willing to relocate as part of the training and placement program; be willing to travel throughout the state during the training program; be willing to work with NCA for at least 12 months following licensure. For consideration mail resume and cover letter to: Sandy Verge, Sr. VP, Human Resources, North Country Associates, P.O. Box 1408, Lewiston, ME 04243-1408 Email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it http://www.northcountryassociates.com EOE (posted 01/08/18)

Director of Quality Improvement & Regulatory Affairs

The Maine Health Care Association, an organization of more than 200 long-term care providers, is seeking applicants for this important position.  The successful candidate will be responsible for programs related to quality assurance and regulatory compliance in member nursing homes and assisted living facilities.  The position works closely with MHCA members and staff, the American Health Care Association, and state and federal officials.  Candidates should possess a post-secondary degree, along with significant knowledge of long-term care issues.  Experience with quality initiatives, culture change, facility operations and clinical matters required. Resumes will be accepted until March 23, 2018 and should be sent to the attention of: Richard A. Erb, President & CEO, Maine Health Care Association, 317 State Street, Augusta, Maine 04330 (posted 02/22/18)

Executive Director/Administrator – Boothbay Harbor

St. Andrews Village is a gracious, full service retirement community in Boothbay Harbor, Maine. By extending its senior living options and levels of care, St. Andrews created a new paradigm for senior living in Mid-Coast Maine. The St. Andrews Village Retirement Community opened its doors in 2000, and has been a thriving part of life in Boothbay Harbor ever since. We are currently seeking an Executive Director /Administrator. The Executive Director/Administrator oversees and is responsible for the leadership and management of St. Andrews Village, including the Gregory Wing Nursing Home, The Zimmerli Pavilion – Skilled Rehabilitation Services, Safe Havens and traditional Assisted Living, Independent apartments, and the Cottage Association. The Executive Director/Administrator manages and oversees the day-to-day operations of the facility. The Executive Director/Administrator monitors, evaluates and directs the improvement of the quality of services provided to all St. Andrews Village customers, and ensures high levels of customer satisfaction. The Executive Director/Administrator assures that St. Andrews Village offers a gracious and comfortable living experience for each resident. The Executive Director/Administrator ensures the lifestyle and services available at St. Andrews Village are promoted in a timely and positive manner. Sets the standards for public relations, provides expectations and guidelines for the overall marketing philosophy and oversees advertising/sales and marketing strategies. The successful candidate will meet the following requirements: Master's degree in related health care field preferred, however, Bachelor's Degree from accredited four year college or university accepted. Hold a Maine license as a Multi-Level Administrator required or ability to successfully complete Administrator-In-Training program and obtain licensure. St. Andrews Village is a proud member of LincolnHealth and the greater MaineHealth system. As a member of the MaineHealth system employees, enjoy a robust benefits package including health, dental, 403b and access to wellness programs. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer. Explore more about St. Andrews Village at http://www.standrewsvillage.com and express interest in this opportunity through our employment page at http://www.careersatmainehealth.org or contact Jennifer at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . (posted 01/02/18)

Human Resources Director - South Portland

First Atlantic Healthcare has a rare opportunity for the right HR professional, replacing our retiring Director of Human Resources of 20+ years. Working from our corporate office and reporting to the CFO, the Director guides policy and provides support to our growing number of senior living locations throughout Maine. Today our company’s 2,500 employees provide compassionate care for 1,300 Mainers in our 19 facilities. The desired HR professional will contribute leadership and guidance for our facilities in support of a stable and compassionate workforce. Our biggest asset is our people. In close collaboration with our corporate leadership team you’ll be responsible for: leading our company’s HR policy development and implementation, managing the employee benefits programs and providing advice and guidance to our teams on all matters relating to employment laws and regulations. Your efforts will be supported by personnel both at the corporate office and at each senior living facility. Why First Atlantic Healthcare? As a local family business, we understand and connect to the needs of families requiring important healthcare services. This is why we have sought, through strategic partnerships with hospital systems and through acquisitions, to maintain a network of modern facilities throughout the state so that Mainers can access care as close to home as possible. If your passion is to help others, and you want to be valued for your contributions, come be part of our successful team. Here’s what you can expect: Challenging and rewarding career in HR management; competitive compensation package including ample paid time-off ; interesting work in a dynamic growth industry; close working relationships with our longstanding leadership teams and company owners; our desire to leverage technology to further our HR strategies. In other words, you can make a real difference! Position Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in business and HR certifications strongly preferred; minimum 7 years of progressive human resource experience, some in Manager/Director capacity; solid working knowledge of current labor laws and regulations; diplomatic leadership, management, coaching, consultation and facilitation skills; steadfast integrity, ethics and commitment to lifelong learning. Interested? To learn more about this position, please submit a letter of interest, salary requirements and resume to: Dorothy Tolin, Director of Human Resources, First Atlantic Healthcare, 100 Waterman Drive, Suite 401, South Portland, ME 04106 or email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it EOE (posted 02/14/18)

Vice President of Facility Operations

North Country Associates, one of Maine’s leading skilled/long term care providers, has an exciting opportunity for an experienced, dynamic individual to join our Senior Management Team. Applicant must have a strong desire to assist with the continued growth of our operations. This critical leadership position reports directly to the Chief Operating Officer and is responsible for effectively leading, developing and managing a group of highly skilled professionals. Essential Job Functions: Enhance facility operations by developing a cohesive and supportive team environment; develop and enhance facility capabilities by demonstrating hands- on consistent management practices that identify areas of excellence and foster an environment of continuous improvement through coaching and development; establish performance expectations and goals and evaluate performance results; ensure regulatory compliance on both a Federal and State Level; develop strong relationships with regulators, Ombudsman representatives and community legislators; collaborate with other Senior Leaders and Management staff to ensure open lines of communication with our centralized support systems to ensure policies and procedures are aligned with the Company’s mission. Requirements: Multi-Level Administrator with 10+ years of experience among the continuum of care for elders and those with intellectual disabilities; proven record of improvements made to the quality of care and financial performance in Long Term Care settings; solid understanding of regulatory compliance measures; strong leadership skills to motivate, mentor and inspire staff; excellent verbal and written communication skills. If you want to join a team committed to ensuring that we are the leader in the industry, please submit your cover letter, resume and salary requirements to: Sandy Verge, Sr. VP, Human Resources, North Country Associates, P.O. Box 1408, Lewiston, ME 04243-1408 Email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it http://www.northcountryassociates.com EOE (posted 11/02/17)