Assistant Director of Nursing

FutureCare Facility
Futurecare at Good Samaritan
Position Type
Regular Full-Time


At FutureCare the Assistant Director of Nursing embraces leadership and deliver a high level of care and support for our residents.  Under the direction of the Director of Nursing, the ADON works with the nursing team to enforce clinical care standards and develop strategies to measure outcomes of specialized nursing practices to access and improve new interventions.


Voted 10 years in a row in The Baltimore Sun as “Top Workplaces” and recognized in US Newsweek as “Best Nursing Homes”, FutureCare stands out as a leader in managing health care across a continuum of care. We are known for recognizing hard work and dedication and reward our team members for their compassion and care.  We also offer a Competitive Salary, Excellent Benefits Package, Nurse Retention Bonus, Flex/Advance Pay, Tuition Reimbursement, Career Growth Ladder, Employee Referral Bonus Program, Employee Assistance Program (EAP), 401K Plan. 


  • Manage daily operations of assigned unit to ensure quality service in accordance with facility policy and State and Federal regulations
  • Prepares and submit staffing plans of hours of duty to Director of Nursing for review and approval
  • Coordinate duties of nursing personnel based on resident care needs, available staff and unit needs
  • Establishes nursing infection prevention and control policies and procedures
  • Promotes inter-professional teamwork in care delivery for residents
  • Performs daily rounds evaluating care rendered and supervising staff
  • Attends week interdisciplinary conferences and provides input to the residents’ plan of care
  • Participates in annual budget process by identifying staff and equipment needs for the next fiscal year
  • Adheres to the standards of FutureCare’s code of ethics and compliance plan
  • Assist with interviewing applicants for open nursing positions
  • Counsel nursing staff on deficiencies in performance and attendance
  • Assist with orienting new nursing staff and observe/monitor performance to identify areas for improvement
  • Identify unsafe or incorrect practices of nursing staff and institute corrective action
  • Review all unit incidents and initiate investigation of questionable issues
  • Monitor the relevance, accuracy and completeness of information recorded in the resident’s medical record
  • Serves as a role model for the nursing unit and demonstrate clinical competency in care of residents
  • Maintains and improves clinical knowledge base and skills to remain current in practical standards


Must hold an active Registered Nurse license issued in the state of Maryland

Bachelor’s degree in Nursing from an accredited college or university or related field strongly preferred

Minimum of 3 years’ Progressive experience in an acute or long-term care facility

Must have proven leadership abilities and supervisory experience

Must possess a current CPR license


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