Come Share Our Spirit. Come Share in Our Profound Rewards.
Presbyterian Homes retirement communities offer an exceptional environment of caring—for our residents and our professionals. Viewing each resident as a whole person, we speak a different language, one that begins with such important values as excellence, kindness, teamwork, and communication.
We invite you to share the spirit of commitment that makes our retirement community in Arlington Heights, Illinois among the most highly regarded such venues in the northwest suburbs of Chicago. In addition to other rewards, you'll have the pleasure of getting to know our wonderful residents.
If you have a passion for the well-being of others that's surpassed only by your knowledge and talent, we are seeking a strong leader to join us in the following role:
ADMINISTRATOR OF HEALTH SERVICES The Moorings of Arlington Heights Located in Arlington Heights, Illinois
The professional we select for this vital role will hold administrative responsibility for the Moorings Health Center of Presbyterian Homes and act in the capacity of the administrator of record for regulatory bodies. This individual will direct all health care for all health services in accordance with the philosophy and standards of Presbyterian Homes, as well as federal, state, and local governments, including those related to health services and employee relations. In addition, this person will arrange supervising surveys and exit conferences, respond to Report of Findings, follow up on any deficiencies cited, and review/approve of related policies and procedures. Responsibilities include:
Maintaining an efficient organizational structure for the nursing and rehab departments.
Establishing goals, objectives, and evaluation plans for all health services departments.
Formulating, administering, and monitoring departmental budgets for staffing, capital items and other expenses.
Supervising the development of a written master plan for the nursing department.
Assisting in the establishment of a competitive wage and benefits program for departmental personnel.
Ensuring that directors of nursing and staff development plan, develop and present programs that meet the needs of the staff and are compliant with regulatory requirements.
Maintaining records of all resident, family, and physician complaints regarding health care or treatment.
Serving as a member of the home's administrative group and participating in the development of institutional policies and long-range plans.
Incorporating pertinent research findings for the improvement of resident care, and participating in facility-based multidisciplinary or nursing research efforts.
Master's degree in nursing administration or management.
Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing from an accredited NLN school of nursing.
Current nursing home administrator's license.
Five or more years of progressively more responsible experience in either an acute-care or long-term care setting.