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Following are job postings for HCAM/MCAL member facilities and associate partners as of Jan. 22.

The Laurels, a premier provider of skilled nursing and rehabilitation in Mt. Pleasant, is seeking a highly motivated team-orientated candidate to fill our Director of Nursing position. Qualified candidates will be responsible to oversee the delivery of all nursing care and services to our residents in compliance with the local, state and federal regulations. In addition to a great working environment, the Laurels offers an EXCELLENT comprehensive, benefits package including: Health, dental and vision insurance, 6 paid holidays, generous PTO time and 401K with match (4% after 90 days). Interested candidates can submit resumes to Jason Alexander or call 989-773-5918 with further questions. More information about The Laurels can be found at www.laurelsofmtpleasant.com.
Submitted Jan. 17.

The Health Care Association of Michigan (HCAM) has an opening for a Vice President of Regulatory and Quality Services. HCAM is the premier professional association representing skilled nursing and assisted living communities. The position allows for engagement with long-term care providers and other stakeholders on regulatory and quality issues impacting members. The candidate would assist members with survey and enforcement situations, influence change in federal and state regulatory policy, and serve on various workgroups formed by state government and other interested organizations.

Essential/Key Duties and Responsibilities:

· Represents and advocates the views and interests of member facilities to various governmental agencies and the legislature.

· Studies and analyzes proposed policy, regulations and legislation to determine possible effect on interests of HCAM members.

· Monitors survey statistics and enforcement for trends and patterns for Michigan and CMS Region V states.

· Assists members with interpreting and implementing new information and regulations as well as resolving outstanding issues with state, regional and national regulatory agencies.

· Answers member inquiries pertaining to federal and state licensing and certification compliance issues, federal and state survey and enforcement process, and provides model policies/procedures and compliance compilations. 

Education/Skill Requirements:

· At least five years of experience in legislative, government, regulatory or nursing facility executive leadership/NHA; or equivalent combination of education and experience.

· Strong understanding of federal and state regulations impacting long-term care.

· Working relationships with federal and state agency personnel.

· Bachelors’ degree in public administration or healthcare related field.

· Some travel required, occasionally overnight and out of state.

Please send resumes to regulatory@hcam.org.

Submitted Jan. 8.

King’s Daughters Home, a 59-bed, state-only licensed, non-profit, nursing and assisted living facility, is seeking a licensed Nursing Home Administrator to manage the community’s day-to-day operations in Midland, MI. For over 60 years, King’s Daughters has provided outstanding care to the elderly of the Midland community.

Job Qualifications:

- Current Nursing Home Administrator license

- Prefer a bachelor’s degree in Health care administration, business or related field

- Prefer at least 5 years of experience in long term care and/or assisted living management

We offer a modern facility, high staffing levels, a reputation of high quality care, an excellent state survey history, and an organization dedicated to providing the very best for our private-pay residents.

For immediate consideration, please send your resume and salary requirements via email to meubank@midlandkdh.org or fax to 989-839-9091, Attn. Mark Eubank
Submitted Jan. 16.


Director of Nursing – Skilled Nursing, Hancock, MI

Looking to enjoy the tranquil, scenic outdoors of the Upper Peninsula in Michigan? We have the opportunity for you! We are seeking a dependable and energetic Director of Nursing (DON) to join a wonderful Skilled Nursing Facility (SNF) in Hancock, Michigan.

The Director of Nursing (DON) will oversee the daily clinical operations while ensuring the highest quality of care for the residents. It is important that the Director of Nursing (DON) have a compassionate, mentor-like style of leadership that will allow the staff to grow! Assistant Directors of Nursing (ADON) and Unit Managers (UM) ready for that next step are encouraged to apply.

Qualified candidates must have:

-Registered Nurse (RN) license in Michigan or ability to obtain

-2+ years of nurse leadership experience in a Skilled Nursing Facility (SNF)

-Strong regulatory knowledge in state and federal regulations pertaining to long term care

-Ability to mentor, train, and develop clinical staff

Interested candidates please email resumes to Audra Dixon at ADixon@leaderstat.com or call 877-699-7828 ext. 111
Submitted Jan. 11.


The Iosco Medical Care Facility is looking for a “Go-Getter” to lead our nursing team into person-directed care. You must love the sunrise side of the state and yearn to live “Up North.” As the Director of Nursing you will be responsible for the coordination of care, quality of interventions / outcomes, and financial management of clinical services. You will interact with other department within our home. We need someone who can lead, motivate, educate and mentor professional, licensed and certified staff.

Job description

  • Michigan RN Licensure

  • Nurse Practitioner welcome

  • Long term care experience

  • Prior management experience preferred

  • CPR Certified

  • Supporter of Eden Philosophies

We are looking for a Director of Nursing that is person-directed and who will enrich the lives of our residents, families and employees. We are searching for a dedicated leader who has passion to serve the elderly; strives to be a team player; maintains a positive outlook; able to problem solve, and is caring, compassionate and forward-thinking. As the Director of Nursing you assume the authority, responsibility, and accountability for the delivery of clinical services. As part of the Interdisciplinary Team you allocate resources in an efficient and economic manner to enable each resident to attain / maintain their highest individual level of person centered living.

Commitment Highlights

  • Build and maintain relationships with our elders, their families, and our staff.

  • Help develop a unified Interdisciplinary Team in a manner consistent with the mission, vision, and values of the organization.

  • Maintain and build a nursing team who provide person-directed care in coordination with the Interdisciplinary Team.

  • Direct and assist with the evaluation of the work performance of all nursing personnel, and provide coaching assistance as needed.

  • Plan, develop, organize, implement, evaluate and direct the nursing services, in accordance with current rules, regulations and guidelines that govern long-term care.

  • Collaborate with physicians and physician extenders to ensure medical services are delivered to residents in accordance with current rules, regulations, and guidelines.

  • Be flexible - Often work above and beyond normal working hours

  • Able to define and solve problems, collect data, establish facts and draw valid conclusions.

  • Must have excellent assessment, planning, organizational, communication and interpersonal skills with an understanding of person centered care.

  • Able to read, analyze and interpret, professional journals, technical procedures and governmental regulations. Able to communicate orally, through written reports and other documents relating to resident, staff and others. Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of executives, managers, clients, customers, and the public.


· Competitive Wages

· Employee Health Insurance

· Defined Contribution Retirement

· Life Insurance

· 21 Paid Days Off

If you are interested in learning more about this opportunity, please e-mail Letter of Interest and Resume to jlook@airwavenetworks.com. We look forward to meeting you! Posting valid through 2-15-2018.
Submitted Jan. 2

We are seeking an Executive Director/Nursing Home Administrator (LNHA) for a beautiful skilled nursing and assisted living community located in the booming Jackson, MI area. This area is experiencing a revitalization with new businesses moving in creating an exciting scene for all to enjoy.

The Executive Director/Nursing Home Administrator (LNHA) will oversee a 4 star CMS rated campus with an excellent survey history and a tenured department head team. This position will have a strong focus on community involvement and staff and resident satisfaction to ensure the delivery of the highest quality of care.

Executive Director/Nursing Home Administrator Qualifications include:
- 5 years of experience in an executive leadership role in a skilled nursing/long term care (SNF) or CCRC setting
- Michigan Nursing Home Administrator License (LNHA) active and in good standing
- Strong knowledge of federal and state rules and regulations
- Organized and detailed in work performance
- Bachelor's Degree required

To apply, please contact Audra Dixon at 877-699-7828, ext. 111 or email at adixon@leaderstat.com
Submitted Dec. 21.

Bronson Commons seeks an experienced MDS Nurse for 5 Star, hospital-owned facility with excellent pay and benefit package.  Stable and long tenured leadership and MDS Team.  Facility is adding position due to increasing Medicare volumes. To learn more contact Laura Hamann, Executive Director at 269-283-5245 or hamannl@bronsonhg.org.  All inquiries will be kept in confidence.
Submitted Dec. 20.

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