Administrator in Training
Administrator in Training (AIT) – Skilled Nursing Facility Administrator
Job Posting: Administrator in Training (AIT) – Skilled Nursing Facility Administrator – North American Health Care, Inc. visit us at: www.nahci.com
North American Health Care is selecting highly motivated MBA, MHA, or MPH graduates for its impressive Administrator in Training (AIT) program (Applicants with a Business Management Bachelor’s Degree are welcome to apply with six or more years of business leadership and/or outstanding sales experience) – Upon successful completion of approximately eight months of training and your receipt of the NHA license, you will be given leadership of a skilled nursing facility (SNF) of between 50 and 100 patients and between 75 and 150 employees. North American’s reputation for quality patient care is second to none in the skilled nursing facility profession. North American’s 34 facilities have the highest Medicare rating with 27 facilities at 5-Star and seven at 4-Star – No other skilled nursing facility operator of our size in the United States has such a high percentage of 5-Star facilities. As an administrator, you will be interacting daily with highly skilled employees including nurses, physicians, and hospital administrators.
North American Health Care is a private healthcare services company that assists each of the client facilities it serves to provide health services in a way that creates satisfied customers and dedicated employees. Client facilities are located in the states of California and Washington.
The compensation and benefits package is highly competitive and is in the top two percent of the industry with no compensation cap for our licensed administrators. The initial six to eight-month AIT training period (“internship”) includes an annual base salary of between $50,000 and $65,000 based on leadership experience, overall business experience, among others credentials. After licensure and placement, the base salary is increased to the high end of the industry standard with potential for significant bonuses in the first two years, based on a performance formulary that is readily obtainable. The benefits package also includes an employer-sponsored health, dental, vision, and 401(k) retirement savings plan.
North American Health Care, Inc. - Fountain Valley, CA
The Compliance Coordinator assists with the implementation and management of the Compliance Program in accordance with state and federal regulatory requirements and North American Health Care, Inc. policies and procedures.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each duty listed below satisfactorily.
- Collect and track all information needed to complete and submit regulatory state and federal reports in a timely manner.
- Assist in the preparation of regulatory filings, including collection, tracking, and maintenance of all information necessary to complete the filings in a timely manner.
- Responsible for HIPAA related reviews, including the tracking and evaluation of HIPAA requests, as well as gathering, tracking, and evaluating all privacy-related incidents.
- Preparation and execution of compliance trainings and annual Compliance Week activities, which includes tracking completion of mandatory compliance trainings. Ensure training materials related to compliance policies are always up-to-date.
- Maintain all policies and procedures in an organized and thoughtful manner, including the preservation of revised and retired versions of such policies and procedures. Establish a thorough working knowledge of the policies and procedures, conduct internal quality verifications to ensure compliance with established policies and procedures pertaining to policy management.
- Assist in coordinating regulatory audits. Prepare and distribute agendas and supplemental materials, schedule meeting(s) according to information and parameters established by the organizer.
- Conduct, coordinate, and document trainings.
- Collaborate with internal departments to develop, revise, and maintain all documents related to internal, external and contract audits, including but not limited to audit tools, reports, pre-audit documents, logs, schedules and corrective action plans (CAP).
- Prepare and coordinate all Executive Compliance Committee meetings, documents, and agendas. Prepare minutes of meetings for review in a timely manner.
- Promote and adhere to the Code of Conduct and the elements of the Compliance Program.
- Perform other related duties as required or assigned.