Benedictine Health Center of Minneapolis, a Benedictine Health System Community, is seeking a Nursing Home Administrator to manage their day-to-day operations. This community is a non-profit organization consisting of 95 skilled nursing beds, short-term rehabilitation, palliative, hospice and ventilator care.
Developing, updating and articulating the community vision/strategic plan in response to the needs of the community.
Promoting and evidencing the integration of mission and values in all areas of operational management, communications and public relations.
Managing the selection, training, development and performance of the management team to retain a professional, motivated workforce.
Establishing and maintaining positive associate relations to position the facility as the employer of choice within the community.
Monitoring all financial operations to ensure utilization of facility resources in a fiscally responsible manner so as to ensure the organization’s long term sustained success in the future.
Implementing and overseeing total quality management processes and principles within the community to maintain high levels of customer satisfaction and assuring compliance with Federal and State regulations.
Securing and/or implementing necessary/required consulting contracts, Medical Director and other independent contractors.
Bachelor’s degree in business, marketing, health care administration or a related field
Current Nursing Home Administrator license
Three (3) to five (5) years of long term care Administrator experience
Ability to actively relate to the staff, board and community
Strong leadership, human relations, & communication skills.
Internal Number: BHS-2018-155
About Benedictine Health Center of Minneapolis
Benedictine is a mission-based, nonprofit health system headquartered in Duluth, Minnesota, sponsored by the Benedictine Sisters of St. Scholastica Monastery in Duluth. Through our communities, we provide exceptional Catholic senior care, with independent living and complete long-term care services for aging adults, including assisted living, memory care and rehabilitation. Participating communities in Benedictine Health System can be found in Minnesota, North Dakota, Missouri, Wisconsin, and Illinois.