Following are job postings for HCAM/MCAL member facilities and associate partners as of May 6.

Activity Director- St. Johns, Michigan

Hazel I Findlay is looking for an outgoing person, one who is organized, and can plan activities that enrich the lives of our senior community and meet our mission to help older people live to their highest potential as individuals who seek independence, good health and personal fulfillment.

* Must be a qualified therapeutic recreation specialist, or an activities professional who is licensed, or registered, as required, by the State and/or has completed a training course approved by the state.


Primary Responsibilities:

  1. Organize and lead activities.
  2. Oversee direction of activity aides.
  3. Keep track of budget.
  4. Take the lead on calendar and newsletter
  5. Complete MDS portions of care in a timely manner into the Point Click Care electronic system
  6. Responsible for confirming entertainers and completing entertainment agreements.
  7. Completes and performs performance review for activity aides.
  8. Oversees the volunteer program.

We are a work family orientated facility.  We offer great health, dental/vision and life/disability benefits.  We have a 4% matching retirement plan and a well-being program and provide lunch for employees. 

If this sounds like a facility you would enjoy joining, please contact Becky at 989-227-6049 or email We would love to meet you.

Submitted May 6.

Nursing Career Opportunities- Chesterfield Township, Michigan

Michigan Veteran Homes is recruiting for nursing positions at our newest home in Chesterfield Township!

Our facility is a 128 bed private-suite Long Term Care Facility serving our Veteran population, their spouses, and Gold Star families.

Available positions include Licensed Practical Nurses, Registered Nurses, and Registered Nurse Managers!

Applications will only be accepted by following the link below to Neogov:

State of Michigan Job Openings | Locations: macomb county | Departments: Military and Veterans Affairs – Chesterfield Twp. Veterans Home | Sorted by Job Title ascending | LIVE. WORK. PLAY. (

Submitted April 16.

Regional Director of Operations- Kalamazoo, Michigan

ClearView Healthcare Management is seeking a Regional Director of Operations for Kalamazoo, MI. Come join our team of experienced professionals!

50 miles from Grand Rapids, MI!

Be a part of a culture that is Caring, Collaborative, and Resident Focused!

We are looking for an individual that will share in our passion and commitment to excellence.

Lead and direct the overall operations of a region of facilities in accordance with customer needs, government regulations and Company policies, with focus on maintaining excellent care for the residents while achieving the company’s business objectives.


The ideal RDO candidate will:

  • Be extremely focused on customer and employee engagement.
  • Have an active NHA license.
  • Collaborate with a regional team.
  • Achieve high clinical outcomes.
  • Drive census, maximize revenue, and actively reduce risk and waste.
  • Understand operations in Michigan.

Job Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Health Care Administration, Accounting or related field
  • Minimum of five (5) years’ experience in long-term care management
  • Minimum of (2) years management/supervisory experience required.

If you are interested in this opportunity, please send your resume to

Submitted April 5.


Senior Executive Director/NHA – Skilled Nursing, Saline, Michigan

Are you a seasoned and passionate Executive Director  looking for a new growth opportunity with an innovative organization that operates with integrity?  If so, we are seeking a strong operations leader to manage our company’s flagship campus in Saline, a state-of-the-art and newly renovated former hospital that offers a unique vision redefining long-term care. In addition to oversight of the skilled nursing facility, there will be additional corporate level responsibilities and/or other business divisions reporting to this role. 

We are seeking an Executive Director with a Nursing Home Administrator’s license who will be inspired to lead the planning, development and direction of the overall operation which has a positive influence on the lives of their clients and team members.


Located just outside of Ann Arbor, Michigan, this community provides compassionate care to those facing a wide variety of concerns across the continuum including long-term care, memory support, post-acute and rehabilitation services, outpatient care, and home care.  These pathways provide unique clinical services career opportunities in the areas of leadership, clinical specialties, and direct care. This is an excellent opportunity to join an organization that offers an incredible culture and strong staffing support to achieve success.

Position Summary:

  • Provide dynamic leadership through strategic planning and day to day operations, programs, and activities in accordance with federal, state and company standards and regulations.
  • Continuously bring innovative ideas in the delivery of care by maintaining systems and processes that monitor service delivery to our clients to ensure client satisfaction.
  • Ensure the availability of accurate forecasts, budgets, and quality of care information to the COO and CFO and effectively utilize the information as needed.
  • Lead a dynamic and high functioning leadership team including, but not limited to clinical services, therapy, admissions, health information, talent, staff development, and maintenance.
  • Ensure the talent acquisition processes in the community are based on best practices and the company brand and aligned with company mission and values.
  • Lead a highly engaged workforce and with a high level of retention above industry standards. Ability to build a productive team and ensure a vibrant and thriving workplace.
  • Maintain a collaborative working relationship with the CEO, COO and CFO to prepare annual operating budgets for approval and the resources to carry out programs and activities.
  • Maintain excellent communication with clients and family members and ensure that complaints are treated as learning opportunities for the team and are handled thoroughly.
  • Ensure preparedness and successfully lead all facility surveys, and ensure Quality Assurance and Performance Improvement in developing and implementing appropriate plans of action.

Qualification Summary:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Health Administration or related field required.
  • A current (or willingness to obtain) Michigan Nursing Home Administrator’s license
  • Experience in leadership and financial management in a hospital, rehabilitation and/or long-term care facility leading multiple discipline and departments.
  • Education and professional experience in home healthcare, private duty, home and community-based services  and/or an outpatient setting is strongly preferred.

We welcome your confidential expressions of personal interest and nominations of qualified colleagues. Inquiries and questions regarding this search may be directed to Rachel Grisak at or 740-602-8145.

Submitted March 19.