The Administrator is responsible for the day-to-day administration of all Pine Crest Operations. Operational and performance responsibilities include but are not limited to, compliance with State and Federal rules and regulations, financial stability of the organization, maximizing the use of strategic planning for growth or other structural changes where appropriate, and all personnel related issues.
Provides effective and inspiring leadership by being actively involved in all aspects of Pine Crest's operations, developing a broad and deep knowledge of all operational components.
Assures resident dignity and right to fair and equitable treatment, self-determination, individuality, privacy, and rights are well established and maintained at all times.
Provides leadership and strategic direction of Pine Crest in determining short-term and long-term priorities, goals, and objectives to meet community needs.
Develops organizational structures and management systems to ensure smooth operation of all business operations including but not limited to billing, collections, accounting, budgeting, purchasing, recruitment and personnel management.
Insures that all programs are adequately and appropriately staffed with qualified and trained staff by providing direction to the process of employee selection, orientation, training coaching, mentoring and management of all staff within area of accountability.
Responsible and accountable for establishing, implementing, managing and evaluating systems to monitor the quality of services. Takes appropriate action to mitigate any variance from expected quality targets. Prepares and submits reports required by regulatory agencies.
Responsible for regulatory compliance including regular monitoring of and strict adherence of all programs to all state and federal regulatory standards, laws and statutes along with an corresponding plans of correction noted during regulatory survey inspections.
Prepares an annual budget for all services and puts systems into place to monitor adherence to budget and implement corrective actions to mitigate any budget variances. Identifies possible areas for revenue enhancement and cost reduction.
In partnership with the Medical Director and Director of Nursing, develops appropriate, timely and contemporary policies and procedures to insure that all services are carried out in a consistent manner including development, communication, regular review and updating and validation of staff adherence to policies and procedures.
Represents Pine Crest in a variety of circumstances. Personally meets with residents, families, and community and professional groups, giving presentations and educating on services provided.
Delegates and monitors administrative authorities, responsibilities and accountabilities to Pine Crest Department Heads as deemed necessary to perform their assigned duties and to achieve results.
Keeps apprised of shifts in external regulations and evolving conditions as well as internal conditions impacting Pine Crest operations and produces realistic change efforts to respond effectively. Builds essential local hospital and physician relationships.
Provides counsel to Lincoln County Administration, Board of Trustees and the County Board on key nursing home operations issues. Provides staff support and attends all Board of Trustee meetings.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Required: Bachelor's Degree in Health Care Administration, Business Administration or a health related degree Three or more years of experience as a Nursing Home Administrator Wisconsin Nursing Home Administrator's license Valid Wisconsin Driver's License
Preferred: Master's Degree in health care or business administration Five to seven years of experience as a Nursing Home Administrator
Internal Number: 0529
About Pine Crest Nursing Home
North Central Health Care (NCHC) is a human services organization serving the counties of Langlade, Lincoln and Marathon. North Central Health Care, with its main campus in Wausau, has additional offices located in Antigo, Merrill and Tomahawk. NCHC offers outpatient, community support and inpatient services for mental/emotional problems; vocational, life skills training, early intervention, and housing services for the developmentally disabled; and assessment, individual and outpatient group counseling, intensive programming, day treatment, hospital, referral for residential and inpatient treatment, and education for alcohol and other drug problems. Services for detoxification and for persons suffering from problems with gambling addiction are offered as well. Our nursing home, Mount View Care Center, offers skilled nursing services at the main campus, with a licensed capacity of 265. Persons requiring either short term or long term skilled nursing care because of complex physical needs, psychiatric and neurological diseases, dementia or behavior problems are served. North Central Health Care employees enjoy competitive wages, flexible schedules for many positions, and a range of... excellent full/part-time benefits, including: • Health insurance• Dental insurance• Vision insurance• Wisconsin Retirement plan• Optional life insurance with spouse & dependent coverage• Flexible spending accounts• Employer-funded HRA account• Short-term disability plan• Long-term disability coverage• Optional 457b Deferred Compensation plans• Scholarship program• Generous Paid Leave Time program with select holidays• Employee recognition programs and an enjoyable work environment