Current LNHA Position Openings


Wicomico Nursing Home

Position Title    Administrator
Department       Administrative
Organizational Relationship   Reports to Wicomico County Council

Plans, organizes, directs, and evaluates the total operation to sustain a high level of care and meet the individual needs of the residents, fulfilling the objectives of the facility and be in compliance with laws and regulations.
The Administrator has responsibility for all aspects of operation of the facility.
Required Credentials/Experience
Must be licensed by the Maryland Board of Nursing Home Administrators and have a current valid license, without disciplinary action applied by the Board (If not licensed in the State of Maryland, must be licensed in another state and making application for licensure in Maryland).
Should have experience in all aspects of nursing home operation.

Required Skills
1. Ability to plan, organize, implement and evaluate all areas of operation.
2. Ability to determine appropriate levels of staffing to accomplish appropriate patient care and   maintain high quality care.
3. Ability to determine patient case mix for greatest efficiency.
4. Ability to effectively lead staff and provide support for department heads
5. Ability to prepare budget for Councils approval annually.
6. Ability to analyze financial statements and make effective changes where needed.
7. Ability to problem solve effectively
8. Ability to write policies/procedures for compliance with regulations

Duties:  The duties are dictated by the requirements of nursing home operation.



Cadia Healthcare of Hyattsville,  a 270- bed skilled nursing and rehabilitation facility located in Hyattsville Maryland is currently in search of a licensed and experienced Administrator who will be responsible to provide overall leadership and management of the facility.  The candidate for this job  must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skills, and/or abilities required for the open position:


  1. This position must exhibit strong leadership skills.  This includes:

                    a.  Exhibiting confidence in self.
                    b. Taking control of a situation when necessary.

                    c.  Reacting well under pressure and maintaining a calm atmosphere.
                    d.  Showing initiative.
                    e.  Motivating others to perform well.
                    f.   Always displaying a positive attitude.


  1. This position must exhibit strong judgment skills.  This includes:
          a.   Displaying willingness to make decisions.
          b.   Exhibiting sound and accurate judgment.
          c.   Supporting and explaining reasoning for decisions.
          d.   Including appropriate people in decision making process.
          e.   Making timely decisions.


  1. This position must exhibit strong innovation skills.  This includes:
         a.   Displaying original thinking and creativity.
         b.   Meeting challenges with resourcefulness.
         c.   Generating suggestions for improving work.


  1. This position must exhibit strong planning and organizational skills.  This  includes :
                      a.   Prioritizing and planning work activities.
                     b.   Using time efficiently.
                     c.   Planning for additional resources.
                     d.   Integrating changes smoothly.
                     e.   Setting goals and objectives.


  1. This position must exhibit strong adaptability skills.  This includes:
        a.   Adapting to changes in the work environment.
        b.   Managing competing demands.
        c.   Accepting criticism and feedback.
        d.   Changing approach or method to best fit the situation.
        e.   Accepting additional responsibility/workload willingly.
        f.    Finding solutions, not obstacles, to workplace demands.


  1. Gathers information for QI using the company standardized form and procedure.

  2. Organizes and tracks preceptor files with updated requirements.

  3. Tracks and updates employee health records.

  4. Ensures random check for holes in TARs/MARs/ADL books on all units are being performed in a correct and timely manner.

  5. Observes and evaluates care provided by nursing staff on the units and corrects and deficiencies identified immediately.

  6. Organizes and prepares clinical in-services.

  7. Performs evaluations during mock codes.

  8. Provides new employees with knowledge of facility policy/ procedure on basic infection control, fire and disaster plans, residents’ rights and employee rights in the workplace.

  9. Reviews employee handbook with new hires.

  10. Ensures completion of state and federal withholding forms.

  11. Coordinates schedule with preceptors.

  12. Ensures completion of orientation paperwork to include preceptor follow-up.

  13. Monitors orientation and preceptors during orientation.

  14. Demonstrates competency in performing and teaching procedures to nursing personnel.

  15. Performs needs assessment survey and analyses results annually.

  16. Provides and or coordinates educational program for the facility including programs to meet regulatory standards.

  17. Identifies educational needs of the staff and presents appropriate information to improve their knowledge base.

  18. Maintains attendance records of in-service on all employees.

  19. Completes appropriate documentation for educational offerings according to established time frame.

  20. Participates in educational workshops/programs to increase professional competence to meet professional goals.

  21. Attends mandatory in-service including fire/safety and risk management.

  22. Makes independent decisions pertaining to the administration of the building and operations without supervision from immediate supervisor.

  23. Uses discretion and independent judgment as it relates to the administration of the building in a timely manner.

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Licensed Nursing Home Administrator
Brooke Grove Foundation is seeking a motivated licensed administrator to serve as the Administrator at our Rehabilitation and Nursing Center.  Brooke Grove Rehabilitation and Nursing Center is a 190-bed facility on a CCRC campus. The Administrator will lead, manage, and support the operation of the entire facility and be a member of the Brooke Grove Foundation leadership team and participate in strategic and operational planning.  Working closely with the Regional Administrator, the Director of Nursing and the ADON, he or she will collaborate with interdisciplinary colleagues to actively promote quality healing, living and working environments for our rehab guests, residents and staff. The ideal candidate will be a strategic collaborator with a passion for learning and bringing out the best in others.  Candidates must also have experience leading and managing long-term care facilities and rehabilitative services, knowledge and understanding of nursing home regulations and hold a current Nursing Home Administrator license from the State of Maryland. Interested candidates may submit a resume via email to or via fax to 301- 924-1200. Application packets may be filled out at our Human Resources Office Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. If you have questions or would like further information about this or other employment opportunities, please contact us at 301-924-2811, option 3. Brooke Grove Retirement Village 18100 Slade School Road Sandy Spring, MD 20860 Brooke Grove Retirement Village is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Executive Director of Health Care Facility - LNHA
Ellicott City Healthcare Center is proud to be part of the CommuniCare family of health care providers. We are currently recruiting a compassionate leader to assume the position of Executive Director of our facility. We are looking for someone with documented results and leadership skills to lead this 182-bed facility.
The position of Executive Director provides leadership to all staff to assure that care standards are met and the highest degree of quality resident care is provided at all times. The position must function as a team member, team leader, and supervisor to ensure that work is accomplished and quality care is delivered, supporting team members and leading the way in celebrating team successes. The Executive Director has the authority, responsibility, and accountability for the overall operation and financial success of the center.
The ideal candidate for the Executive Director position will be state licensed as an LNHA, and have a minimum of a 2 year Associates Degree. The individual's professional experience should include at least two years of gradually increasing management responsibility with a minimum of an AIT internship completed.
The position of Executive Director is a full time salaried position, with salary based on experience. As a CommuniCare employee you will enjoy competitive wages and PTO plans. We offer you a menu of benefit options from life and disability plans to medical, dental and vision coverage, from quality benefit carriers. We also offer 401(k) with employer match and Flexible Spending Accounts.
Job Requirements: Shown on Web
Qualified candidates must have:
  • License as an LNHA in the State of Maryland.
  • Minimum of a 2 year associates degree.
  • At least two years of gradually increasing management responsibility with a minimum of an AIT internship completed.
  • Strong management and operation skills.
  • Strong math/budgetary skills.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Interested candidates can contact Andi Ayres, Division Recruiter, by phone at 410-487-5798, by email at or our website at

- Department: FH Administration
- Fairhaven, Sykesville, MD - Full Time 
- Day Shift 
- Master's Degree Preferred 
- 5+ years experience required 
- Leadership experience required 
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.
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.   Education: Master's Degree preferred, Bachelor's Degree Required in Healthcare Administration or related field. Licenses, Certifications, Registrations: Nursing Home Administrator license required 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 CCRCKnowledge: Maintains and updates knowledge of all legal, regulatory, administrative and technical issues impacting the community 
Nursing Home Administrator
Edenwald Retirement Community is in search of a Vice President of Health and Wellness whose primary role is to serve as Nursing Home Administrator for health care.
Job Description- the Vice President of Health and Wellness is responsible for regulatory oversight of health care consisting of 4 health care units: 32 bed social model assisted living, 24 bed memory care assisted living, 22 bed memory care comprehensive unit and 52 bed comprehensive long term care unit.  Edenwald does not participate in Medicare or Medical Assistance and is not accountable for federal regulations. The VP of Health and Wellness oversees the Independent Living Medical Suite, Independent Living and Health Care Recreational Therapy, Social Work and Nursing.
The ideal candidate would have experience in managing Assisted Living, Long Term Care and be familiar with Maryland COMAR 10.07.02.    Our goal is to provide the highest quality of care to all of our residents and we work closely with families as partners in care for the residents.  If you are a LNHA and have the following characteristics: independent, self-motivated, detail oriented, organized and truly cares to improve the lives of geriatrics- then we have the perfect opportunity for you.  
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
  • Ensures the quality of resident care is met and exceeds regulatory standards.
  • Ensures compliance with applicable legal, regulatory, accreditation guidelines and standards.
  • Participates it the budgetary process for health and wellness
  • Ensures all required records are maintained and submitted in an accurate and timely manner.
  • Manages all aspects of state survey process for assisted living and long term care
  • Functions as primary officer for facility according to HIPAA guidelines
  • Responsible for managing all contracted services i.e. Therapy services, Laboratory Services, Pharmacy Services and physician credentialing.
  • Responsible for the development, implementation and execution of the Continuing care quality assessment and assurance program.
  • Operates facility according to budgetary guidelines.
  • Establishes positive employee relations programs and practices, assist in creating a positive work environment to improve job satisfaction for employees.
  • Complete and evaluate the POA Satisfaction Survey, Long Term Care Survey and Influenza reporting.
  • Attend monthly Board Meetings
  • Chair monthly Continuing Quality Improvement Committee
Job Requirements:
  • An active State of Maryland Nursing Home Administrator’s license in good standing.
  • Extensive understanding of federal, state, and county regulations as it pertains to long term care.
  • 5 years related experience preferred.
  • Computer literacy in Microsoft Office, Word and excel.  Electronic Medical Record experience preferred
  • Outstanding verbal communication skills are a must.
Edenwald is 100% private pay, no Medicaid or Medicare Part A.
Job Type: Full time
If you have interest in this position, please e-mail a cover letter and resume to Jonathan Schultz, Interim VP Health and Wellness at
Interim Nursing Home Administrator
Restore Health Rehabilitation Center, a skilled nursing center specializing in short term rehabilitation located in White Plains, Maryland is searching for an experienced and dedicated Interim Nursing Home Administrator to lead our team while we search for a full time Administrator.
To learn more about our center, please visit:
Our busy skilled nursing center delivers world class customer service while focusing on striving to deliver the highest quality care to our patients and residents.  Our ideal Nursing Home Administrator candidate will be a leader who embodies these ideals.
Our core values embody our spirit of service excellence, demonstrating that for our community and  patients - WE CARE.
Our Vision:
To show dignity and compassion to those we serve. To promote teamwork and accountability among our employees, and to earn the respect of our peers in the healthcare community. We not only aspire to the highest standard of excellence, we measure it.  Through the initiation of performance improvement efforts, and outcomes measurement, we continually analyze our own performance so that we can be sure we’re living up to our ideals - and our promise - every day.
Company will provide housing, meals and travel costs for Interim Administrator during assignment. Reimbursement for meals in accordance with Company Travel Policy.

Please send your resume to:
Jill Doire, Division Recruiter
PH: 972-660-5459 cell: 214-497-4295
FAX: 972-660-2115

Equal Opportunity Employer. Drug-free/smoke-free work environment.

Oakland Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, a 100 bed skilled nursing center providing short term rehabilitation and long term care in Oakland, Maryland is searching for an Interim Nursing Home Administrator to lead our team while we search for a full time leader.
About the Position:
As Interim Administrator, manages all business related activity to achieve excellence in resident/patient care, high employee retention and be an integral part of the local community we serve. Manages cost, maintains compliance and grows census to become a high quality provider of health services are key functions of this role.
Oversees regular rounds to monitor delivery of nursing care, operation of support departments, cleanliness and appearance of the facility; morale of the staff; and ensures patient/resident needs are being addressed.
Exhibits positive customer service both to internal and external customers through the ongoing support and implementation of customer service initiatives and business objectives.
  • Ideal candidate must be a skilled communicator, director and motivator. Able to organize and prioritize many tasks effectively.
  • Desire to enrich resident and staff’s lives
  • 1+ years of experience as a Licensed Nursing Home Administrator in Maryland - must have stable work history and the dedication and commitment to lead our healthcare team.
  • Demonstrated ability to maintain positive employee and community relationships
  • Superior customer service skills
  • Knowledge of reimbursement regulations and nursing practices and procedures
  • Ability to follow all applicable policies and procedures as well as current federal, state and local standards, guidelines and regulations that govern long term care facilities.
  • Able to react to emergency situations appropriately when required.
Company will provide housing, meals and travel costs for Interim Administrator during assignment. Reimbursement for meals in accordance with Company Travel Policy.
Please send your resume to:
Jill Doire, Division Recruiter
PH: 972-660-5459 cell: 214-497-4295
FAX: 972-660-2115
Equal Opportunity Employer. Drug-free/smoke-free work environment.
At Signature HealthCARE, we go out of our way to make life better for the people we serve...and for our employees. Our Sacred 6 values of Compassion, Teamwork, Respect, Integrity, Patience and Positivity make this a great place to work AND a great place to thrive. Our vision is to radically change the landscape of healthcare, forever.
We’re currently hiring for the position of an experienced Licensed Nursing Home Administrator, NHA at our:
Chesapeake Shores
21412 Great Mills Road
Lexington Park, MD 20653
Job Responsibilities:
  • Identify and participate in process improvement initiatives that improve the customer experience, enhance work flow, and/or improve the work environment.
  • Management duties including, but not limited to, hiring, training and developing, coaching and counseling, and terminating department staff, as deemed necessary.
  • Ensure that all employment practices are administered fairly and without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, marital status, amnesty, or veteran status in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws.
  • Verify that the building and grounds are maintained appropriately and that equipment and work areas are clean, safe and orderly, and any hazardous conditions are addressed.
  • Monitor “Data Points” and address issues that affect performance of the facility.
  • Lead the facility management staff and consultants in developing and working from a business plan that focuses on all aspects of facility operations, including setting priorities and job assignments.
  • Monitor each department’s activities, communicate policies, evaluate performance, provide feedback and assist, observe, coach, and discipline as needed.
  • Develop an environment that allows for creative thinking, problem solving, and empowerment in the development of a facility management team.
  • Oversee regular rounds to monitor delivery of nursing care, operation of support departments, cleanliness and appearance of the facility; morale of the staff; and ensure resident needs are being addressed.
  • Exhibit positive customer service - both to internal and external customers.
  • Utilize survey information, in addition to other source documents, to address areas of importance as defined by our customers.
  • Responsible for the QA (Quality Assurance) program.
  • Maintain a working knowledge of and confirm compliance with all governmental regulations.
  • Monitor Human Resources practices to verify compliance with employment laws and company policies, and to confirm practices that maintain high morale and staff retention to include effective communication, prompt problem resolution, proactive supervisory practices and maintaining a proactive work environment.
  • Manage turnover and solidify current and future staffing through development of recruiting sources, and through appropriate selection, orientation, training, staff education and development.
  • Assist in the recruitment and selection of competent department managers, supervisors, and other auxiliary personnel.
  • Consult with department managers concerning the operation of their departments to assist in eliminating/correcting problem areas, and/or improvement of services.
  • Recognize Stakeholders for exceptional care and job performance on a regular basis and as part of their performance evaluations.
  • Manage facility budgets and business practices to include labor costs, payables and receivables.
  • Monitor business activities to be certain procedures and standards are followed, appropriate handling of funds and that sound credible business practices are followed at all times.
  • Communicate budget guidelines and expectations to Department Managers.
  • Develop and implement a marketing strategy for the facility that reflects service opportunities, competition, potential market area changes, and which maximizes census, payor mix and ancillary revenues.
  • Lead and monitor Stakeholders to play an active role in carrying out the marketing plan.
  • Take initiative in evaluation, development and implementation of new business opportunities that meet the needs of the community and benefit the Company
  • Develop positive relationships on behalf of the Company with government regulators, residents, families, other area health care providers, physicians and community at large.
  • Act as a resource of information to the community related to health care issues.
  • Provide guidance and leadership throughout the AHCA survey process to ensure state regulations are met and adhered to.
  • Attend or complete in-service education programs and/or CEUs in order to meet facility and licensure educational requirements.
  • Other special projects and duties, as assigned
For additional information, please contact: Cara Solitario, Director of Talent Acquisition
Call/Text: 561.324.9740
To apply please email:
Signature HealthCARE is an Equal Opportunity-Affirmative Action Employer – Minority / Female / Disability / Veteran and other protected categories.
Resorts at Chester River Manor
Well regarded community long term care & rehabilitation center located in Chestertown (Upper Shore) seeks Maryland licensed long term care Administrator to direct the operation and management of a licensed Ninety Eight ( 98) bed dually certified facility. Successful candidates must have at least 2-5 years of relevant work experience either as an administrator or assistant administrator, strong supervisory and interpersonal skills and enjoy working in a post acute , long term healthcare setting. Competitive salary and benefit package. For immediate consideration, please send resume to: No telephone calls please.