Post Acute Rehab Nursing Home Administrator with North American Health Care, Inc.

North American Health Care, Inc.  has just posted a fulltime opportunity.  The resume due date for the Post Acute Rehab Nursing Home Administrator opportunity is Tuesday, March 23, 2010.

The following is the job description:

North American Health Care is recruiting highly motivated MBA and undergraduates for its highly impressive Administrator in Training (AIT) program – Upon successful completion of six month training, you will be given leadership of a skilled nursing facility of between 50 and 100 patients and between 75 and 150 employees. North American’s reputation for quality patient care is second to none in the skilled nursing facility business. As an administrator, you will be interacting daily with highly skilled employees including nurses, physicians, and hospital administrators. North American Health Care is a private health care services company that assists each of the facilities it serves to provide health services in a way that creates satisfied customers and dedicated employees. Facilities are located in California, Washington, Arizona, and Utah. The compensation and benefits package is highly competitive and is in the top two percent of the industry with no salary cap. The total package includes starting salary between $50,000 and $65,000 based on resume, work experience and application. This includes movement to a base salary of $100,000 immediately upon licensure with potential for 30 to 50 percent bonus within the first year based on a performance formulary that is readily obtainable. The benefit package also includes 100% employer-paid health, dental, vision, and 401(k) retirement savings plan. Must have completed the MBA program with a GPA above 3.0 (verifiable transcript) to enter the AIT program. The training program requires six months of work in a skilled nursing facility working directly with a licensed administrator (preceptor) in order to acquire the total hours for state and federal licensure as an administrator of a skilled nursing facility. You must pass a federal examination to receive the federal license; some states require that you pass an examination to be licensed in their state (including California). Upon completion of the AIT program, the candidate must be willing and able to relocate to the local community of any facility in the North American Health Care system. Responsibilities and desired attributes of the Administrator position: • Outstanding, quality patient care and genuine compassion for the elderly • Ensure compliance of all federal, state, and local regulations • Strong desire and ability to market to acute hospitals and physicians • Results-oriented leader with a vision – Ability to inspire your team to attain high standards of excellence and goals • Prudent utilization of capital resources • Direct P&L responsibility • Entrepreneurial spirit

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