Nursing Home Administrator

  • Bridgemark Healthcare
  • 11970 Borman Drive, Suite 100
  • Posted: May 07, 2018

Job Description


The Nursing Home Administrator position requires an individual who is dependable, self-sufficient and can easily multi-task. Qualified candidate will direct the overall operation of the facility in accordance with applicable local, state and federal guidelines and regulations while ensuring quality care is delivered; and performs related work as required.

Our company provides substantial autonomy, and in return we expect our Administrators to exercise great judgment, compassion, respect and wisdom. We expect not merely basic compliance with regulations, but also the ability to lead and inspire the team to exceed the expectations of residents, families, regulators and the community.


The Nursing Home Administrator is responsible for the all day-to-day operations of the facility. The Nursing Home Administrator is responsible for developing and maintaining employee relations, ensuring the coordination of the delivery of quality care and services, understanding and meeting financial guidelines for the homes operations, and promoting the facility's stature in the community at large. The Nursing Home Administrator will report to work ready for routine duties and emergencies, and may include on-call duty up to 24 hours, unless other qualified personnel are available and pre-assignment is made.


Excellent leadership and communication skills.
Bachelors Degree in Healthcare Administration, Business Administration or a related field preferred.
Current Illinois Nursing Home Administrator license.
Minimum five years experience in healthcare in a senior management capacity.
Strong healthcare regulatory knowledge.
Fiscal and budgetary knowledge.
Ability to work with physicians and other healthcare professionals.
Proficient in the use of personal computer.
Ability to read, write, and speak the English language.

Ability to communicate in English via phone, in writing and verbally in conversation with different levels of staff, patient families, and any outside customers.
The physical demands described are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.