Position Information

The position information for this posting is listed below.
Licensed Nursing Home Administrator
Eastside Center for Health & Rehabilitation
**please send your resume directly to Steve Dugan at sdugan@nathealthcare.com**

What makes National Health Care Associates (NHCA) a GREAT fit for you?
When you join NHCA, you become part of a premier provider of short-term rehabilitation, skilled nursing, and post-hospital care. Our care team of more than 7,000 employees in seven states cares for patients throughout the Northeast. We built a comprehensive network of services for each of our 40+ centers, carefully designed to address the individual needs of every person entrusted to our care.
Our mission is to provide our residents and their families with superior care delivered by staff dedicated to the principles of kindness, compassion, service, and excellence in an environment where individuality, dignity, and value of those who are served, as well as those who serve, is nurtured and appreciated. We believe that life, at all stages and with all of its challenges, is a precious gift to be shared and celebrated. It is our privilege to participate in the lives of our residents, their friends and families by offering them not only physical but emotional care, comfort, and support.
Who You Are:
Kind, Compassionate, Service Minded, & Excellence Driven
What You Will Do:
  • Develop and maintain facility objectives and standards with National's input/agreement
  • Initiate and assist in developing, implementing and coordinating facility and departmental policies and procedures
  • Appoint with the approval of the governing body, medical nursing and other professional staff; including appoints, in writing, a responsible person to act on his/her absence
  • Interpret and communicate policies and procedures to personnel, residents, visitors, family members as necessary
  • Review, amend, and maintain facility policies, procedures, manuals, position descriptions at least annually and initiates changes
  • Perform administrative requirements such as completing necessary reports, etc., and submitting to the appropriate party as required
  • Maintains necessary records, i.e., scheduling, hiring, terminations, weekly time records, workers' compensation, OSHA log, safety committee meetings, emergency procedures, physical plant inspections, Medicaid, Medicare, OBRA, licensure, surveys, and Health Department regulations
  • Develop an organizational structure to assure responsibility and accountability
  • Plan, develop, organize, implement, evaluate, and direct all departments
  • Meet with Resident Council and other resident committees to ensure that facility departments, programs and activities meet the needs of the residents and can be maintained properly
  • Ensure that programs designed for in service education, on-the-job training, special training and orientation for new hires meet facility expectations
  • Ensures the maintenance of appropriate record-keeping meeting all applicable rules and laws
  • Assists in the recruitment, selection and training of facility personnel
  • Hold regular meetings with facility personnel and supervisors to solicit input on the operation of the facility, to identify and correct problems and to improve facility services
  • Conduct periodic reviews of facility staffing and make appropriate recommendations to governing body regarding staffing increases or decreases
  • Oversee the annual employee evaluation process for all facility staff and makes decision concerning wage and salary adjustments, hiring, firing, suspension and leave of absence
  • Participate in departmental studies and projects that may become necessary
  • Assist in setting standards for facility personnel
  • Delegate authority, responsibility, and accountability to department heads and supervisors as appropriate
  • Make recommendations regarding supply and equipment needs for the facility
  • Review department schedules, shift routines, work assignments and staffing needs
  • Assists in standardizing work routines
  • Maintain an excellent working relationship with the social service profession and other related health facilities and organizations
  • Represent the facility at meetings as necessary
  • Represent the facility in dealings with outside agencies; sends authorized representative when unable to attend
  • Attend and participate in workshops, seminars, and continuing education programs to keep abreast of current changes in the health care field and to maintain professional status
  • Attend and participate in professional activities and programs to assure ongoing familiarity with current regulations, guidelines and professional standards
  • Create and maintain an atmosphere of warmth, personal interest and positive image, and also a calm environment throughout the facility
  • Maintain an excellent rapport with residents and families
  • Assist in development of facility budget commencing six (6) months before the end of the fiscal year
  • Make recommendations to adjust the facility budget in response to economic conditions and situations that may arise
  • Review actual financial results, periodically compare expenses to the facility budget, and account for any variances that occur
  • Adjust budget and subsequent policies and procedures to achieve financial results
  • Initiate year-end reporting to appropriate agencies for financial/tax reporting
  • Enforce all applicable local, state and federal regulations, as well as those that may apply to federal programs in which the facility participates
  • Ensure that Reportable Event reports are submitted to appropriate state agencies according to defined procedures
  • Ensure that proper discharge planning is completed for all residents before discharge from the facility
  • Protect the personal and property rights of all residents
What We Offer:
  • An engaging and supportive work environment where every employee is valued, a rewarding career, and outstanding benefits, which currently include:
  • Medical/RX plans HMO’s & HSA
  • Multiple Dental Plans
  • Vision Plan
  • Paid STD with voluntary buy-up
  • Paid Life Insurance with voluntary buy-up & dependent coverage
  • LTD coverage
  • 401(k)/Profit Sharing Plan
  • Competitive wages
  • Ample paid time off
  • Opportunity for advancement
  • Modern/updated facilities
  • Nursing Scholarship Program
Diversity, Inclusion, & Engagement at National Health Care Associates:
At National Health Care Associates, we not only accept difference, we promote it, we embrace it, and we thrive on it for the betterment of our patients, our employees, and our culture.
We are proud to be an equal opportunity workplace and an affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, protected veteran status or any other status protected under applicable law.
Position: Licensed Nursing Home Administrator
Organization: National Healthcare Associates
Location: Bangor,  ME 
United States
Posting Start Date:
Date Posted: 2/24/2021
Requirements What You Will Need:
  • Must be at least age 21
  • Strong communication skills; able to read, write, and comprehend English
  • BS Degree; MS preferred
  • Active LNHA(Licensed Nursing Home Administrator) license in the State of Maine according to Public Health Code regulations
  • On-call capability 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
Status: This listing expires on: 5/25/2021
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Organization Information
National Healthcare Associates

Bangor,  ME 04401
United States
(860) 263-3815
Patrick Leonard


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