Nursing Home Administrator
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, jobs for nursing home administrators are expected to grow seventeen percent by 2024.
A nursing home administrator is responsible for the facility staff. They oversee finances, as well as supervising day-to-day operations. Nursing home administrators also must ensure that the facility meets all state and federal regulations.
Education and Experience
To obtain a career as a nursing home administrator, a a four-year bachelor's degree is required. You will also need to pass a state licensing test. If you work for a larger facility, they may require you to have a masters degree.
Visit the California Department of Public Health to learn how to apply for a nursing home administrator's license.
Work with a dedicated staff and help ensure residents
get the best care possible.
Perspectives: Administrator - AHCA/NCAL