Position: Administrator in Training
Location: Corporate
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Gulf Coast Health Care offers the Administrator-In-Training experience to qualified individuals who want to grow within our organization. This is a paid position and can be completed within six months or one year depending on which degree the individual currently holds. At Gulf Coast Health Care, we see this program as not just a job, but as an adventure into the long-term care industry and our family.


Develop the knowledge, skills and ability to successfully pass the state licensure exam and become a Nursing Home Administrator.


• Completion of a Bachelor’s Degree.
• Flexibility in relocating.
• Must be able to relate positively and favorably to residents, families and government regulators, and to work cooperatively with other associates at all levels.
• Must be capable of maintaining regular attendance.
• Must meet all local health regulations and pass post-employment physical exam if required.
• Must be capable of performing the Essential Job Functions of this job, with or without reasonable accommodations.


A. Department Rotations Function:

Duties: Complete objectives of each of the following Departments:

• Administration
• Business Office
• Dietary
• Environmental
• Financial Management
• Human Resources
• Marketing
• Medicare
• Nursing
• Orientation
• Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI)
• Rehabilitation
• Social Services
• Therapeutic Recreation

B. Licensure Function:


• Establish and maintain professional relationship with Board of Licensure for Nursing Home Administrators
• Complete necessary paperwork
• Study for examination, completing review class if necessary
• Pass exam

C. Staff Development Function:

Supervise, conduct and participate in department and facility education activities and staff meetings

D. Other Duties:


• Adhere to all facility and departmental policies and procedures
• Perform other duties as assigned

Physical and Sensory Requirements (With or Without the Aid of Mechanical Devices). Walking, reaching, climbing, bending, lifting, grasping, fine hand coordination, pushing and pulling, ability to distinguish smell and temperatures, ability to read and write, ability to communicate with personnel, families, residents and outside agencies. Ability to present to groups and the ability to remain calm under stress.