Vice President of Long Term Care

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Vice President of Long Term Care (Care Center) - Full Time

Location: Oakdale,CA

Job Description

Position Summary:
 

The Administrator for the Oak Valley Care Center (OVCC) is responsible for all operations of the Care Center, in accordance with the overall policies established by the Board of Directors, and in compliance with regulatory guidelines.  Provides leadership and direction to ensure the efficient, economical, effective utilization for Care Center resources to meet the identified needs of residents.  This position is also responsible for the Oak Valley Hospital District (OVHD) Nutrition and Food Services and Environmental Services.
 
This position requires the full understanding and active participation in fulfilling the Mission of the Organization.  It is expected that the employee will demonstrate behavior consistent with the Core Values.  The employee shall support the Organization’s strategic plan and the goals and direction of the Performance Improvement Plan (PIP).

Job Requirements

Position Qualifications:
 
Minimum Education:
            Master’s Degree in business or Health Care Administration preferred
 
Minimum Experience/Skills:
Three (3) to five (5) years’ experience in a Skilled Nursing/Extended Care facility as Administrator or Assistant Administrator required.
Communicates effectively in verbal and written English, including composing letters, preparing reports or producing original documents in proper grammatical form
Able to perform basic mathematical calculations
 
Licenses/Certificates/Credentials:
Current Long-Term Care license 
 
Physical Demands:
Sit and stand frequently
Prolonged, extensive or considerable standing/walking
Lifts, positions, pushes up to 50 pounds
Considerable reaching, stooping, bending, kneeling, crouching
Manual dexterity and mobility
Ability to move quickly
 
Vision Requirements:
Ability to adjust vision sufficiently to perform duties
           
Working Conditions:
Regularly exposed to the risk of contagious and blood borne diseases  
Exposure to unpleasant elements (accidents, injuries, illness)
Subject to irregular hours
Increased stress due to multiple calls and inquiries
Able to work in spite of frequent interruptions
High exposure to communicable diseases and blood borne pathogens, rare exposure to toxic substances such as
radiation, nuclear isotopes, chemotherapeutic agent