Business Office Manager
The Business Office Manager is responsible for all financial transactions and reconciliations as well as business office record keeping with the facility, supervising any subordinates and providing customer service to our residents and families.
Education & Experience:
This position typically requires either an Associate’s degree or a minimum of 3 years of experience functioning as the payroll, clerk and accounts payable (A/P) clerk.
$28.74 per hour
Regional Director of Finance
Chief Financial Officer (CFO)
The Admissions Director coordinates all aspects of resident care including admissions, discharges, resident assessments and care plans with residents, residents’ families, staff and administration. The Admissions Director provides facility tours and serves as a liaison between hospitals, physicians and other healthcare providers who provide patient referrals to the facility.
Education & Experience:
This position often requires an associate degree in business with a bachelor’s degree preferred or equivalent work experience in a healthcare environment with a focus on community relations.
Regional Director of Admissions
Nursing Home Administrator
Nursing home administrators in a skilled nursing center are responsible for overseeing daily operations and management of the entire facility to ensure it is in compliance with all state and federal surveys requirements. Administrators are also responsible for census development, resident/patient care, positive employee relations, and implementing facility programs.
Education & Experience
Administrators must be licensed by the Maryland Board of Examiners of Nursing Home Administrators before working in Maryland. To become licensed, applicants must have a baccalaureate degree, plus 100 hours in a course of study in health care administration approved by the Board. Applicants must complete one year in a Board-approved Administrator-In-Training (AIT) program and pass the National and the State’s Standards examinations. Upon completion of the requirements, applicants must get final approval from the Board before obtaining a license.
If an applicant meets the educational requirements and has worked as a licensed administrator in another state for at least one year within the past five years, the applicant can filed an application and take the State’s Standards examination. Upon an evaluation of prior experience, passage of the exam, and final approval by the Board, a license can be issued.
$105,000 – $137,000
Nursing home administrators must be licensed by the Board of Examiners of Nursing Home Administrators and must complete 40 hours of NAB approved continuing education during each two year licensing period.