Nursing Home Administrator-NHA

Harrison Senior Living

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Congratulations to our staffs in Georgetown – Harrison Senior Living who
voted us a “GREAT PLACE TO WORK” ! through the Activated Insights
Survey Group.

At Harrison Senior Living, we pride ourselves on attention to the
smallest of details, and to assure the highest quality of life for each
individual. Currently, we are in search of a Licensed Delaware Nursing
Home Administrator (NHA) for our Georgetown, MD community.

At Harrison Senior Living we are dedicated to providing our residents
with the very best in independent senior care and assisted living so
their families can have peace of mind. Our home-like atmospheres offer a
comfortable environment with the security of knowing that exceptional
care is being given at all times. Harrison House of Georgetown is a
139-bed skilled nursing facility located in the heart of Sussex County
in Georgetown, Delaware. Family owned and operated, we take extra pride
and care in the services delivered to our residents. We believe
exceptional patient care comes naturally when our staff feels respected
and valued.

Reports to: Chief Operating Officer

Job Responsibilities: The job duties for this position include, but are
not limited to:

Oversees the delivery of nursing care, operation of support departments,
cleanliness and appearance of the facility; morale of staff; and ensures
resident needs are being addressed

Ensures the building and grounds are appropriately maintained

Oversees and is responsible for an effective strategy for growing and
maintaining census in the facility.

Maintains a working knowledge of and ensure compliance with all
governmental regulations

Manages facility budgets and business practices to include labor costs,
payables and receivables

Utilizes the quality improvement process in all areas of facility
operation

Develop community goals/objectives, formulate and implement tools for
training and/or evaluations and methods for follow-up

Implement systems and controls to achieve financial performance as
established by the community budget. This includes developing budgets
and capital spending plans on an annual basis.

Maintains the community in an inspection ready” state at all times,
assuring the department operates within federal, state, and local
regulations.

Promotes the professional growth and development of the employees at all
times

Understand resident rights

Serve as an AIT preceptor