Memory Care Administrator


The Memory Care Administrator is responsible for managing the day-to-day operation of the memory care facility, for achieving and maintaining rental of the facility to capacity, for achieving high resident satisfaction and quality resident care/services, for ensuring compliance with applicable State and Federal requirements, for generating respect in the community for the facility, for ensuring smooth operation of the facility, for the daily functioning of the health care needs of the residents in the Community, including assessments and service plans on each resident, supervising the care partners, supervising the medication delivery system, training of new staff, and in servicing needs of existing staff.


Position Responsibilities:

The Memory Care Administrator ensures that all functional areas required to operate the facility are covered at all times. Memory Care Administrator will be expected to work Monday through Friday, five eight-hour shifts and to be otherwise on call.

Other: Willing to work shift assigned, weekends and holidays; ability to work independently with minimum supervision; skills in staff supervision, problem solving, conflict management, and budgeting; other job duties as assigned by Executive Director.

Specific duties include:

1) Operate the Memory Care Community in a manner which will ensure company profitability by meeting all facility budget and census guidelines as set by the corporation.

2) Ensure the delivery of quality care and services and ensure positive resident relations by responding promptly and appropriately to resident needs, requests, concerns, etc.

3) Perform any assigned marketing activities including public relations efforts, prospective resident generation, prospective resident follow-up, direct sales, and sales monitoring to ensure the complete fill-up of the Community.

4) Employ, supervise, and evaluate qualified Community staff and to direct these employees to ensure the provision of appropriate quality services to residents, operating within the corporation s personnel (and salary) policies; and in hiring, to thoroughly check employee s references and evaluate the candidates according to the job to keep staff turnover at a minimum.

5) Promote and maintain positive relations with residents and their families, providing the necessary Administrator/resident contact including, but not limited to, service plans and dining room interaction while addressing resident concerns appropriately.

6) Ensure resident programs are designed to achieve resident satisfaction by providing enrichment in the areas of social interaction, entertainment, arts and crafts, physical exercise, education, religious services, and community involvement.

7) Monitors and implements the entire service plan and assessment process. This includes updating service plans on a routine and timely basis, scheduling service plan meetings with residents, employees, and families, facilitates the service plan meeting to ensure all information is covered by each participant, and routinely monitoring the process to develop new and better ideas for the delivery of care to the residents.

8) Reviews incident reports as needed, ensuring investigation and follow up are complete and comply with state regulations.

9) Reviews cleanliness and organization of Memory Care unit.

10) Reviews and uses the incident reporting system as directed.

11) Reviews and responds to Community R. N. audit to ensure compliance.

12) Complies with all State and Federal laws and regulations and all company rules and regulations regarding the care of the residents and operation of the facility.

17) Perform any additional job duties set by the Management Company while completing all assigned duties by any member of management, which may change from time to time according to resident needs, staffing levels, working circumstances, and corporate directives.

Job Qualifications:

1) Must have appropriate professional license (or ability to obtain) (i. e., NHA, RCF, ALF, BH, etc.) for the state in which the Community operates and license must be in good standing.

2) Must be able to relate to the elderly in a positive manner.

3) Must possess good marketing and public relations skills.

4) Must have experience in personnel management.

5) Must have an understanding of budgeting, financial record keeping and reporting, appropriate State and Federal regulations, operational systems and procedures and must be able to apply that understanding to ensure the smooth operation of the Community.

6) Ability to utilize and apply basic management skills.

7) Provides and coordinates resident care utilizing the principles of assisted living per the rules of the state where employed.

8) Maintains adequate attendance record, notifies supervisor if late or unable to work in accordance with personnel policies.

9) Requires minimal supervision, is a self-starter and flexible.

10) Organizes and utilizes time appropriately, sets priorities and accomplishes assigned tasks.

11) Is able to communicate effectively verbally, and in writing.

Other Requirements:

Good communication skills, verbal and written; English language skills adequate to allow

communication with residents and staff, and to understand written and verbal instructions. Must have compassion for the elderly and sick. Must be self-motivated.

Universal Precautions:

Exposure to blood/body fluids is not likely.

Physical Requirements:

Push, pull, and lift at least 30 pounds. Frequent transporting of residents in wheelchair.


  • Competitive salary
  • Bonus plan
  • Benefits to help you balance life:
  • Paid Vacation, Sick, and Holidays
  • Medical, Dental, Vision
  • Health and Dependent Care Flexible Spending Accounts
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Company paid Basic Life Insurance ($25,000)
  • Voluntary benefits including Life/AD&D; Insurance, STD, Critical Care & Accident Insurance.
  • 401K
  • Education Reimbursement Program
  • Employee Referral Bonus Program
  • A culture that is "Committed to Kindenss"

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