Healthcare Administrator

Healthcare Administrator

December 6, 2021

Part of a nation wide family of Continuing Care Retirement Communities is seeking a Healthcare Administrator. The Healthcare Administrator is responsible for directing and coordinating the overall daily operations of the skilled nursing center.

The administrator enhances the security, independence, and dignity of all of the community’s residents by providing inspired organizational leadership and creative operational management.

This position is accountable for the following:

Financial Management:

Achieve solid business unit margins through effective management of payor mix, revenue, expenses (including labor), and occupancy.
Manage and measure to financial metrics to include: reimbursements, payroll expenses
Manage and interpret the business unit financial operating statement.
Healthcare Quality:

Meet and exceed healthcare metrics that drive high quality of care, both internal and national metrics.
Ensure sound operations from a system perspective. Use systems effectively to drive successful business outcomes.
Manage and measure quality metrics to include: re-hospitalization rates, weight management, fall prevention, wound management, pain management, etc.
Manage to systems and structures in place for the organization to produce consistent and compliance results.
Regulatory Compliance:

Ensure proactive compliance with local, state, and federal regulations.
Ensure regulatory compliance for Skilled Nursing requirements.
Staff Engagement, Team Effectiveness:

Build high performing teams through effective motivational techniques, continuous feedback loops, clear expectation setting, and consistent performance management.
Create the right environment that enables team members to excel.
Attract and hire the right talent for the team. Develop and retain the talent.
Manage and measure to HR metrics to include: turnover / retention metrics, employee engagement score, and time-to-fill.
Develop systems and processes that motivate a diverse group of team members.
Ensure appropriate rewards and recognition are provided.
Improve employee retention rates.
Resident Satisfaction

Ensure high level of customer service.

Required Degree: Bachelor’s Degree is required with an emphasis in Healthcare Administration. Preferred Master’s Degree in Healthcare Administration or Business Administration

Licensed REQUIRED: Active state appropriate Healthcare Administrator’s license


Minimum of 3 years experience as a Healthcare Administrator leading and managing
Experience understanding clinical operations with well developed clinical operations knowledge.

Company Info

Company Name
Covenant Living at the Shores

Company URL

Contact Name
Lori Mostoller


(206) 268-3019


9150 Fortuna Drive
Mercer Island, WA 98040