Current LNHA Position Openings


Salisbury Rehabilitation & Nursing Center, Salisbury, MD

Center Assistant Executive Director
POSITION SUMMARY: The Center Assistant Executive Director holds the second highest level position in the Center. He/she reports to the Center Executive Director. He/she assists the Center Executive Director with the administrative functions in the operation of the Center. The Center Assistant Executive Director takes responsibilities of the Center Executive Director in the absence of the Center Executive Director and at other times, as may be delegated. The Assistant may supervise, direct, and coordinate functions of one or more departments to assure that the highest degree of quality of care is consistently provided to the residents.
1. Possess the ability to positively interact with personnel, residents, family members, visitors, government agencies/personnel and the general public.
2. Has well-developed verbal and written communication skills.
3. Is knowledgeable about reimbursement regulations and nursing practices and procedures, as well as laws, regulations, and guidelines pertaining to long term care, administration, and financing regulations impacting the Center.
4. Possess the ability to work independently, problem solve, and make decisions as necessary with a high level of discretionary authority.
5. Has advanced training in hospital or long term care setting.
6. Is familiar with the laws, regulations, and guidelines governing personnel administration.
7. Must provide verification of TST (tuberculin skin test) as required by state law and in accordance with Company policy. TSTs will be administered at the work site if required.
1. Licensed or able to be licensed according to state regulations and must attend continuing education as required.
2. This position requires that the employee is able to read, write, speak and understand the spoken English language to ensure the safety and wellbeing of our patients and visitors at the work site when responding to their medical and physical needs.
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Thank you!
Rob Stofer
Sr. Executive Director
Salisbury Rehab & Nursing Center

We are looking for a Nursing Home Administrator for a smaller nursing home facility in the Baltimore area.
Newly licensed and experienced administrators are encouraged to apply.
Competitive Salary and Benefits.
Resume should be sent to:
For more information  contact Alvin or Hannah at 732-901-6070.
Alvin Kahn and Associates, LLC



Provide leadership to a Senior Living Facility in Maryland as Interim Long-Term Care Chief Executive Officer

The Position

  • The Interim Long-Term Care Chief Executive Officer will oversee all aspects of the organization including long-term care, home care, assisted living and adult day care
  • Working closely with the Board, the Interim will be integral in the execution of the established strategic plan, while developing a navigator program to float between service offerings 
  • Bachelor’s degree required
  • Maryland NHA license required
  • Long-Term Care experience required

Interim Leadership with B.E. Smith

  • The industry’s best Interim Leaders and Consultants choose B.E. Smith because of the firm's innovative employment model. The employment relationship is structured to provide you all the benefits of employment, while maintaining the flexibility you enjoy as an independent contractor.
  • Upon accepting engagements, you may become eligible for a variety of benefits, including accrual of paid time off (PTO); access to medical, dental and vision insurance; life insurance; AD&D; 401(k) retirement plan; and a flexible spending account (The availability of some benefits depends on the type and duration of the engagement).
  • You are an employee of B.E. Smith. Taxes are withheld and B.E. Smith covers the employer portion of your FICA.
  • Each interim healthcare executive job has different travel requirements. Your travel, lodging and business expenses are covered by B. E. Smith and the client.
  • In a standard Interim Leadership arrangement, the client pays for travel home every other weekend.
  • The client will also provide you with a rental car, as well as lodging that is clean, safe and in close proximity to the organization. Each is furnished and has a kitchen.

Please contact  Lori Reynolds, Talent Consultant @ or (913) 708-8902



Charlotte Hall Veterans Home has been proudly “Serving Those Who Served” since 1985.
HMR of Maryland, LLC is the operator of Charlotte Hall Veterans Home (CHVH) and is seeking an experienced Maryland licensed NHA to fill an upcoming opening as Administrator. 
Charlotte Hall Veterans Home is located in Charlotte Hall, MD and is situated on 126 beautiful acres in St. Mary’s County.    CHVH offers and a continuum of care from the 168-bed assisted living program to the 286-bed skilled nursing program (454 beds total). Charlotte Hall Veterans Home is Maryland’s only Skilled Nursing and Assisted Living Facility exclusively serving the needs of Maryland Veterans and their eligible spouses.  CHVH is Medicare/Medicaid certified, and is inspected annually, as required by the Office of Health Care Quality, MD Dept. of Health & Mental Hygiene, and by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. 
Applicants must possess a minimum of 5 years of experience as a NHA in a large facility (>100 beds) setting.  Excellent leadership, organizational, and communication skills are a must, as well as a passion for serving the great Veterans from the State of Maryland.  Competitive pay and full benefits, including 401k w/ match. Please send resume to the attention of Jay Bloomer, Regional Vice President of operations at
For more information on Charlotte Hall Veterans Home and/or for its management company please visit the following websites:



The Executive Director at Blakehurst is responsible for the overall administration of the Community. The Executive Director has demonstrated proficiency in all aspects of administration and has maintained a high level of performance.  Blakehurst is a Life Plan community located in Towson, MD with 275 Independent Living, 24 Assisted Living, and a 44 unit, 5 star rated, Health Center.
Together, We're Greater
At LCS, we provide you the opportunity to use your talents in a progressive, growing organization that makes a positive difference in the lives of the seniors we serve. If you are seeking an organization that gives back, you'll love working here. Our principles and hospitality promises define our company culture. LCS employees can be found participating in volunteer activities, getting involved in our committees or collaborating with team members in our innovative work space. You'll find lots of opportunities to grow as a professional, serve the community, and enhance the lives of seniors. Our culture of partnership is truly what we feel makes us unique.
Ready to make a difference? Then join us as the Executive Director at Blakehurst. We think it's time for you to begin your #lifeatLCS.
What you need to know
  • Prepare annual operating budget; monitor expenditures to provide specified services within budget.
  • Maintain quality services for residents in all levels of care at the level established by the Board of Directors/Owners, and consistent with LCS standards.
  • Ensure buildings and grounds are maintained in a manner consistent with economics and governing board policies. Oversee continued development/enhancement of preventative maintenance programs.
  • Develop a positive professional relationship with residents, Board of Directors/Owners, professional organizations, community groups, and other appropriate publics.
  • Maintain an active relationship with residents through individual and group interaction, attending resident functions and meetings.
What we are looking for
  • The technical knowledge required is best obtained through a BS or MS degree in business, health care, hotel/restaurant management, or closely related area.
  • Two to five years of management experience in a life care community and an NHA license are usually required.
Even better
  • A strong background in financial management, including budget preparation, cash flow management, and analysis of financial reports.
  • Ability to work effectively and diplomatically with a variety of publics, including residents, Board of Directors/Owners, community groups, government agencies, etc.
  • A broad understanding of federal and state laws related to the operation of the Community.
Sound like a good fit? Let's talk about how together we can be greater!
Why LCS?
  • Industry Leader. We have been in the business of Senior Living for over 40 years. Nearly 90% of Life Care Services managed health centers have a 4 or 5 star rating.
  • Competitive pay, great benefits and vacation time. We are an equal opportunity employer with benefits including medical, dental, life insurance, disability, 401(k) with company match.
  • Family oriented culture. We provide a positive and supportive work environment which our employees value. Flex-time, work from home, and social activities with employees and their families add to our family-centric approach.
  • Charity and community involvement. We are recognized as a national team for the Alzheimer's Association and are consistently a top contributor to United Way. We also support our employee's individual community contributions and provide opportunities to get involved at our corporate locations and in our communities.
  • Outstanding advancement opportunities. 650 and counting; LCS is growing and we think you should too. Our company growth allows for internal growth opportunities across all of our business lines.
  • Professional development. Ongoing, onsite education opportunities, education assistance, and continuing education credits allow LCS employees to keep their knowledge of current industry changes relevant.
  • Fun company-wide events. Leadership Summit, SHOE, and our annual company holiday party; just to name a few.
  • Top Iowa Workplace. We've created an environment where LCS employees enjoy coming to work. LCS has been named a top Iowa Workplace, an award that recognizes the top workplaces based on employee survey results each year.
LCS creates living experiences that enhance the lives of seniors. You'll see this commitment in our people. They're talented, dedicated professionals who truly care about residents, with each conducting his or her work with integrity, honesty and transparency according to the principles of LCS. We strive to help every community succeed-strengthening available resources, establishing proven practices that lead to long-term growth and creating lasting value for those living in, working for and affiliated with the community. Check us out on our website:
Travel Frequency: Occasional
Job Level: D
Please send a resume to or call 515-875-4715 for more details.


FutureCare Old Court located in Randallstown Maryland is seeking a dynamic and innovative individual to lead our team at a high volume sub-acute rehabilitation and nursing center.   The ideal candidate will be an outstanding team builder with excellent interpersonal skills, a strong regulatory knowledge and a demonstrated track record of success.   As the leader of this 154 bed facility, which is located 10 minutes north of Annapolis, Maryland,  you will be responsible for ensuring the provision of high quality care and outstanding customer service to our short term clientele and long term residents.   Candidates for this position should also have a strong record of program development and implementation and the ability to collaborate and work effectively with hospital executives and all levels of the organization.    Strong financial management skills are also required.  
FutureCare is a privately held Maryland based company with over 3,500 employees.   We are celebrating our 30th Anniversary in business this year.  FutureCare has been awarded Top Workplace honors by our employees for 6 years in row through the Baltimore Sun’s Top Workplace program.
·         Candidates with a minimum of 3 years of experience as an Nursing Home Administrator will be considered.
·         Must possess current Maryland Nursing Home Administrator’s License or meet the licensure requirements for the State of Maryland. 
·         Bachelors’ degree in Health Administration, Business Administration, or related field required. 
·         Masters’ degree in Health Administration, Business Administration, or related field preferred.
Please send a resume to or call 410-766-1995 ext 00180 for more details


Job Summary: The Administrator is responsible for the oversight and operations of the community.  This effort includes the supervision, direction, and coordination of all community operations as well as ensuring compliance with all regulatory requirements.  The Administrator establishes specific and measurable goals that align with the community's strategic plan, organizational growth and culture and ensures that resident satisfaction is maintained.

Principle Accountabilities:

1.  Models the transforming culture of Integrace by demonstrating knowledge and awareness of the mission, vision, and values through leadership practices and decisions. Consistently reveals Integrace’s guiding principles and supporting behaviors of the transforming culture to all associates, visitors, and residents.

 2.  Provides oversight responsibility for all levels of leadership, culture philosophy and the values of Integrace into the specific functional discipline of the incumbent and executes assignments within a culture that is shared and collaborative across all Integrace communities.

 3.  Maintains a philanthropic leadership role in cultivating and developing major and planned charitable gifts that support Integrace and effectively represents Integrace to the local community at large.

 4.  Oversees the daily operations (all functions) of the facility to include, but not limited to: personnel management, resident care and satisfaction, financial considerations and budgets, and regulatory & legal compliance.

5.  Creates a vision for success and builds relationships, internally and externally, to ensure vision attainment. 

6.  Partners with Executive and Senior Leadership to develop the strategic direction and long term initiatives for the community and facilitates successful strategic alignment in community operations.  

7. Creates and maintains a positive atmosphere of leadership including continuous quality improvement, teamwork, respect, professionalism and accountability.

8.  Performs other duties as assigned. 

Job Qualifications:

Education: Formal Education

Master’s Degree preferred, Bachelor’s Degree Required in Healthcare Administration or related field. 

 Licenses, Certifications, Registrations:

Nursing Home Administrator license required

 Experience: (Number of years of related work experience)

1 - 3 years direct experience working with the Dementia population required

At least 2 years as a manager or administrator in an assisted living or CCRC

 Knowledge: (Commonly known principles required for this field of work)

Maintains and updates knowledge of all legal, regulatory, administrative and technical issues impacting the community

Job location:  Integrace Buckingham's Choice
3200 Baker Circle, Adamstown, MD  21710

Salary:  TBD



Nursing Home Administrator – Skilled Nursing/Assisted Living 

Non-profit organization/Beautiful campus setting

Northeast Maryland/Kent County

A top rated organization is seeking an experienced professional to join one of their Senior Living communities as the Health Care Administrator where you will be responsible for the Skilled Nursing (currently 5 star rated!) and Assisted Living services offered within this multi-level community.


·        Responsible for developing, implementing and monitoring standards to adhere to all regulatory requirements

·        Manage, lead and direct the overall operations in accordance with customer needs.

·        Heavy focus on maintaining excellent care for the residents served.

·        Provide backbone for support and encouragement of employees and caregivers.

·        Promote and achieve the facilities business objectives

The successful candidate will: 

•     Be an energetic leader, dedicated to the mission and core values of the                 organization
•     Have an understanding and passion for maintaining a resident centered model.
•     Possess vision, as well as a strong capability for implementation.
•    Thrive in a team-oriented culture.
•     Have the financial acumen to lead and grow the organization.
•     Have excellent judgment and creative problem-solving skills.
Qualifications required: 

•    Current license as a Nursing Home Administrator in the State of Maryland or eligible for reciprocity
•    Bachelor degree
•    Minimum four years progressively responsible experience in long term care
•    Knowledgeable of Federal/State regulations
•    High standards for promoting quality care and service
•    Polished professional
•    Stable work history


•    Competitive salary for qualified candidates
•    Comprehensive benefit program

•     Highly supportive regional and corporate staff

Resumes can be sent to or call 978-618-9717. All inquiries will be kept in strict confidence.