TOBACCO ROOT MOUNTAIN CARE CENTER Administrator in SHERIDAN, Montana

Tobacco Root Mountains Care Center in Sheridan, Montana is looking for an administrator. Details:This is a full-time administrative exempt position, requires the ability to work a flexible schedule to meet the needs of the facility. Job ResponsibilitiesThe Nursing Home Administrator assumes administrative authority, responsibility, and accountability for the operation and financial viability of the nursing facility. The Administrator manages employees in the provision of care and services in accordance with professional standards and in compliance with state and federal laws and regulations; collaborates with consultants, contractors, referring physicians, community resources, government agencies and advocacy boards. The Administrator allocates resources in an efficient and economical manner to attain or maintain the highest practicable physical, mental and psychosocial well-being of each resident. Directly supervises the professional and supervisory staff of the Nursing Home (e.g., department heads and administrative staff), and indirectly manages all staff of the facility. Essential Functions: Develop, organize and direct the facility's policies, procedures, quality assurance program, and HIPAA Compliance Program to govern the operation of the facility in compliance with applicable regulations and contemporary standards of care. Attend commission, committee, and public meetings as required to represent and promote the facility and to develop and maintain cooperative relationships with community partners. Maintain a public relations program that serves the best interest of the facility and community.Coordinate and implement comprehensive operational and service plans to ensure program continuity and the provision of quality comprehensive care planning to maintain quality of care, quality of life, and a home-like environment for all residents.Manage and oversee human resources administration to ensure qualified staffing for programs in compliance with employment regulations and law. This includes hiring, performance management and appraisal, overseeing department managers and supervisors, terminating employment, and conducting disciplinary grievance hearings.Interpret the facility's policies and procedures for employees, residents, family members, visitors and government agencies and ensure that all employees, visitors and the public follow established policies and take action to correct violations. Provide direction to and maintain relationships with medical staff and other professional and supervisory staff by meeting with directors on a regular basis, establishing performance improvement processes to identify and resolve facility problems, participating in screening potential new residents, ensuring programs achieve compliance expectations, and facilitating the attainment of resources needed to deliver quality services.Develop and administer the facility budget and fiscal activities to control labor and supply expenses, maximize revenue opportunities, ensure reimbursement opportunities are fully attained, and to ensure the accuracy and propriety of facility accounting and financial reporting activities. Assure sufficient numbers of qualified, competent facility staff to meet direct care needs. Provide oversight to department directors in planning, conducting, and scheduling of in-service training classes, on-the-job training, and orientation programs to ensure qualified staff and implementation of policy. Meet with department directors on a regularly scheduled basis and conduct/participate in in-service classes and supervisory level training programs.Participate in establishing a clinical training program for nursing assistants to meet all required in-service annual training requirements.Review all incident reports to ensure an effective safety program for both residents and staff. Implement the facility's abuse and prevention protocols, resolve resident complaints and grievances, and make written reports of action take