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The Hebrew Center for Health &
Rehab, a 4-Story, 260-bed, skilled nursing facility with a 5-star rating
from CMS, is seeking a Licensed Assistant Nursing Home Administrator (LNHA).
The successful candidate is a level-headed Administrator: a mature
professional, with a solid work ethic capable of inspiring the staff and
working on multiple projects simultaneously. Projects may include:
Labor, Customer Service, Quality Assurance, and A/R. The Assistant
Administrator will have direct reports to include: Maintenance,
As Assistant NHA, you will be reporting to one of our highly
accomplished veteran Administrators and you can expect an unparalleled
level of on-the-job development and professional growth that goes along
with working at a well-run, highly rated, large facility like Hebrew
Center. As the organization engages in succession planning for the
company at large, there may also be an opportunity for you to take the
lead reins at another NHCA faclity.
Assist the administrator in the performance of various administrative
and managerial responsibilities to ensure optimum operation.
Assists in developing, implementing and coordinating facility and
departmental policies and procedures.
Assists in the overall management and administration of the facility;
coordinates operation activities.
Interprets and communicates policies and procedures to personnel,
residents, visitors, family members, etc. as necessary.
Reviews, amends and maintains facility policies, procedures, manuals,
position descriptions, etc. at least annually and initiates changes.
Attends 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.
Participates in departmental studies and projects which may become
Makes recommendations regarding supply and equipment needs for the
Assists in standardizing work routines.
Maintains an excellent working relationship with the social service
profession and other related health facilities and organizations.
Represents the facility at meetings as necessary.
Attends and participates in workshops, seminars, and continuing
education programs to keep abreast of current changes in the health care
field and to maintain professional status.
Attends and participates in professional activities and programs to
assure ongoing familiarity with current regulations, guidelines and
Creates and maintains an atmosphere of warmth, personal interest and
positive image, as well as a calm environment throughout the facility.
Maintains an excellent rapport with residents and families.
Enforces all applicable local, state and federal regulations
Maintains and deals with account payable vendors.
Health, Dental, Vision, Flexible Vacation, 401k
Interested candidates, please contact Adam Goldstein at National
Healthcare Associates, at 516-705-4800 x4851 or email
for Multi-facility Organizations in Connecticut for potential AIT
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