Gardant Management Solutions Administrator in Moline, Illinois

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Summary Description

Under the supervision of the President of Gardant Management, the Administrator is responsible for the overall operations of the facility. This includes the management of staff and provision of quality resident care in accordance with established policies and procedures. Travel required.

Essential Position Functions

The Administrator must be familiar with each staff member’s job classification and associated duties. He/she will coordinate the facility’s quality assurance program and establish systems to monitor staff compliance to resident care policies and procedures. The Administrator must have the ability to read, analyze, and interpret financial statements and budgets; establish an accurate accounting system to control expenses for all departments; calculate and process payroll information for all facility employees; and monitor accounts receivable reports for billing and collection purposes. The Administrator is responsible for all aspects of personnel administration, staff compliance with established personnel policies and procedures, and supervision of department heads and key support staff. This includes the development of recruitment and retention programs to insure each department has sufficient quantity and quality of staff to fulfill departmental objectives. Coordinates facility safety program. The Administrator is responsible for establishing and maintaining public relations and census development programs for the facility. He/she must insure the facility meets/exceeds budgeted census levels by marketing the facility’s services to current and potential referral sources in the community. As a representative of Gardant Management and the facility, the Administrator is expected to participate in their community’s civic organizations and area events. Qualifications

Education/Experience:

The Administrator must meet the requirements as established in the Illinois Department of Public Aid’s Supportive Living Facility (SLF) regulations. He/she must be able to perform each of the essential position functions and meet the facility’s health assessment requirements – including a two-step mantoux skin test. Valid driver’s license with good driving record as determined by insurance carrier.

Skills:

The Administrator must possess excellent oral and written communications skills. He/she must be able to effectively communicate with a diverse range of audiences and settings; be persuasive, and negotiate conflicts and problems; interpret government regulations; evaluate fiscal and financial reports, forms, and data; and work long and irregular hours – often under pressure conditions.

Knowledge:

The Administrator must have a thorough knowledge of state, federal and local regulations that pertain to long-term care; should have experience in the principles and practices of business administration including personnel practices and employment laws, program budgeting, general accounting and fiscal management practices.