Nursing Home Administrator (NHA)

The Green House Homes at Mirasol

490 Mirasol Drive, Loveland, Colorado, 80537

Full Time

About Nursing Home Administrator (NHA)

The Green House Homes is recognized as a national leader driving high quality service for seniors, their families, and our employees. "Vivage means "celebrating aging inspiring our focus to create innovative and customer-driven models filled with personalized and meaningful living experiences. We are a senior health care, solution driven company servicing 30+ facilities in the state of Colorado.

  • Competitive Salary
  • Flexible working hours
  • Daily Pay Advance Option Available
  • Holiday Pay (when working on a major holiday)
  • Sick time pay accrual
  • Paid Time Off
  • Health, Dental, Vision, 401k and More
The primary responsibility of your job position is to plan, organize, develop, coordinate and manage the overall operations of the community in accordance with federal, state and local standards, guidelines and regulations and in accordance with Vivage Management policies and procedures. Key responsibilities include but are not limited to;

Program, Policies and Procedure Duties:
  • Direct and implement community safety-included but not limited to; Workers Compensation, Emergency Preparedness, OSHA requirements
  • Recruit, train and lead an effective, professional community leadership team. The team should implement programs and services which reflect Vivage Managements values, goals and ethics and are in compliance with regulatory guidelines as well as Vivage Management standards, programs, policies and systems. Programs should support financial growth and stability
  • Participates in governmental agency facility surveys
  • Promote Vivages philosophy of culture change and person-centered care model to ensure residents have the opportunity to grow and live enriched lives
  • Collaborate with the sales and marketing team to implement a marketing plan to maintain facility viability and success. Maintains occupancy and payor mix to maximize financial outcomes
  • Participates in various facility, corporate and external committees and task forces
Reporting Duties:
  • Complete required reports and projects accurately and timely. Including but not limited to; Vivage required reports, regulatory reports and personnel reports.
  • Provide timely documentation regarding performance, counseling and guidance to department managers while promoting growth and competency in a positive and nurturing environment
  • Ability to communicate policies, procedures, regulations, reports, etc., to personnel, residents, family members, visitors, and government agencies.

Department Support Duties:
  • Assure departmental response and follow-up to Vivage required reports. Assure Vivage operational objectives are met.
  • Provide effective leadership and direction to department managers
Management Duties:
  • Develop positive working relationships with staff and maintain an environment conducive to building teams
  • Responsible for the overall financial performance of the facility


  • Bachelors Degree in Health Care or related field
  • Preferred minimum of (3) three years supervisory experience in long term care or skilled nursing community.
  • Nursing Home Administrator license in good standing
  • Knowledge of computer systems included but not limited to; LCTTT, PointRIght, PCC, Paylocity,
  • Strong financial management skills
  • Working knowledge of long-term care and skilled nursing state and federal regulations, Medicare, Medicaid, employment law, OSHA and Workers Compensation
  • Basic computer skills including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Googledocs and email.
  • Knowledge of laws, regulations, and guidelines pertaining to nursing facility administrative procedures
  • Must maintain valid, unrestricted Colorado drivers license
  • Ability to pass a criminal background check as well as Colorado CAPS background check.
  • COVID Vaccine Required or Valid Exemption.


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