The Skilled Nursing Facility Administrator directs and supervises the overall operation of the facility's activities in accordance with current applicable federal, state and local standards, guidelines and regulations and as directed by the Governing Board to assure continuous compliance and maintain the highest degree of equality and resident care at all times.
The following are essential functions of the SNF Administrator:
Plan, develop and direct implementation of written policies and procedures approved by the Governing Board and Resident Care Policy Committee.
Monitor implementation of established policies and procedures by all personnel, residents and visitors/general public.
Review policies and procedures periodically, at least, annually and make changes as necessary to maintain compliance with current changes in regulations, or to improve quality of care if indicated.
Maintain good working relationship with medical professionals and other health related facilities and organizations and establish working contracts when indicated.
Recruit, select and train competent department supervisors and supporting staff to carry out established policies for their individual departments.
Review and check competence of work force and make necessary adjustments/corrections as required or that may become necessary.
Conduct weekly department supervisors meetings to review department performance and discuss solutions to improve performance, if indicated.
Conduct monthly CQI meetings, and quarterly QA meetings.
Attend Governing Body meetings, or any other Board meetings when requested by the Board.
Assure all financial transactions are done timely and accurately and in accordance with general accounting practices, and professional code of conduct.
Strive to maintain positive cash flow to avoid possibility of financial operations interruption.
Analyze monthly financial statements and present the information to the Governing Board.
Prepare annual operating budget with input from all departments and present to the Governing Board for review and approval.
Prepare other written/oral reports/recommendations to the Governing Board concerning the operations of the facility.
Assure that facility and grounds are maintained in a clean and safe manner for resident comfort and convenience by assuring necessary repairs are done to physical plant or equipment when indicated.
Any other related duties and responsibilities that may become necessary, or as directed by the Governing Board.
Must have a minimum of 3 years working experience as an Administrator in a Skilled Nursing Facility.
Must have a Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent education/experience required to obtain a California Nursing Home Administrator License.
Licenses/Certifications: Current California Nursing Home Administrator License
Internal Number: 03
About The California Armenian Home
The California Armenian Home is a not-for-profit corporation established in 1952 by the local Armenian community, which generously donated 40-acres of land in Fresno, California’s southeast countryside, the building, and the funds to furnish a continuing care retirement community. Today, 65 years later, the renowned California Armenian Home provides both short and long-term 24-hour skilled nursing and rehabilitation residency, independent living, assisted living and memory care and takes most insurance programs. The 5-star California Armenian Home and The Vineyards welcomes adults 60+ of any national origin and includes dedicated and caring professional staff and volunteers. The California Armenian Home currently has 150 residents and the Vineyards currently has 50 residents, and is projected to have 150 residents in the next six to twelve months. Upon a full census, the Home and the Vineyards will have an annual budget in excess of $20 million and more than 200 staff members.