• Assistant Administrator

    ID
    2018-9899
    FutureCare Facility
    FutureCare Irvington
    Position Type
    Regular Full-Time
  • Overview

    Seeking a dynamic and innovative individual to function as an Assistant Administrator at a high volume 200 bed sub-acute rehabilitation and nursing center located in Baltimore, Maryland.  

    Responsibilities

    The ideal candidate will have outstanding interpersonal skills, a strong regulatory knowledge and a demonstrated track record of success in their previous roles.   As a leader in FutureCare you will be responsible for helping to ensure the provision of high quality care and outstanding customer service to our short term clientele and long term residents.  Candidates for this position should have excellent problem solving abilities and strong knowledge of department operations including financial management.  Candidates should also be flexible regarding their duties and assignments with FutureCare as coverage needs arise within the organization.  This positions offers candidates an excellent opportunity to grow within our organization. 

     

    FutureCare is a privately held Maryland based company with over 3,500 employees that has been continuously operating for over 30 years.   FutureCare has been awarded Top Workplace honors by our employees for 7 years in row through the Baltimore Sun’s Top Workplace program.

    Qualifications

    1. Must possess current Maryland Nursing Home Administrator’s License or meet the licensure requirements for the State of Maryland. 
    2. Bachelors’ degree in Health Administration, Business Administration, or related field required.  Masters’ degree in Health Administration, Business Administration, or related field preferred.  
    3. Experience as an administrator is preferred but newly licensed individuals with 3-5 years of experience as a department head in a skilled nursing facility or other relevant experience will be considered.

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