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Nursing Home Administrator

Catholic Charities New Hampshire

Catholic Charities New Hampshire is one of the largest non-profit social services agencies, serving 1-in-12 New Hampshire residents and helping them overcome major life obstacles, build independence and move their lives forward. Programs include Counseling Services, The New Hampshire Food Bank, The CareGivers, Our Place, Parish & Community Services, Immigration Legal Services and the St. Charles School. For more information, please visit

Join our excellent team of professionals to help meet the medical, social and spiritual needs of the people we serve.  St. Ann Rehabilitation and Nursing Center, in Dover, NH is a 54-bed skilled nursing facility offering short and long-term care in a warm and supportive atmosphere where residents are cared for according to their individual needs. We are proud to be a part of Catholic Charities New Hampshire’s continuum of care.

We are looking for an experienced, full time Nursing Home Administrator to join our management team. We’ll pay you based on your experience and offer you a great work environment with generous benefits, including 401(k) plan, medical, dental, life and disability insurance, along with other fringe benefits. The Administrator is responsible for the efficient and financially prudent operation of the facility in compliance with Catholic Charities New Hampshire’s mission, policies and procedures and State and Federal rules and regulations to ensure the highest quality of care to residents.

  • Bachelor Degree in health care administration, business administration or related field
  • Licensed NHA by the state of New Hampshire or eligible for reciprocity
  • Two years of experience working as a Nursing Home Administrator or two years of experience in a supervisory capacity in a health care facility and successful completion of an AIT program
  • Knowledge in the use of computers and various software packages (Intermediate Excel and Word skills)
  • The Administrator maintains ultimate responsibility for center operations and is expected to be available during off hours and on weekends as necessary
  • Create a culture within the center that actively supports the CCNH mission 
  • Ensure that ethical business practices are followed at all times
  • Develop and implement a QPPI plan in compliance with established CCNH guidelines 
  • Monitor Standards of Care and Quality Indicators and incorporate results into the QAPI process
  • In conjunction with the Medical Director, ensure that all licensed independent practitioners are credentialed and operate within CCNH, Federal and State policies and regulations
  • Participate in analysis and corrective plans related to any quality standards that do not meet established thresholds 
  • Delegate administrative authority, responsibility and accountability to other employees as deemed necessary to perform their assigned duties
  • Ensure that resident rights are integrated into all aspects of resident care
  • Actively participate in the investigation, reporting and follow-up of all incidents
  • Implement and monitor recruitment, selection and hiring process to ensure effective staffing of all budgeted positions 
  • Establish and lead monthly recruitment and retention committee and implement effective programs to retain employees
  • Ensure that center operates in compliance with State and Federal employment laws, including but not limited to EEO, Child Labor, INS Regulations and Federal Wage and Hour
  • Oversee coaching, counseling and disciplinary process in compliance with established CCNH standards
  • Actively participate in the termination process and ensure compliance with all CCNH policies and State and Federal laws
  • Develop and implement a center specific marketing and community relations plan in compliance with established CCNH guidelines
  • Monitor census mix and Medicare/Medicaid acuity mix to meet or exceed budgeted guidelines
  • Review and act upon resident/family complaints and grievances and document reports of action taken and resolution
  • Analyze monthly financial reports, budget variances and develop and implement corrective plans as required
  • Demonstrate ability to control expenses within budgeted guidelines and utilize spend-down sheets for all supply and expense accounts
How to Apply:

If you are someone who appreciates and truly cares for the welfare of the geriatric population, apply through our website at or send your resume, cover letter, and salary requirements to (Recruitment and Compensation)

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Date Added: June 7, 2019

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