Assisted Living Coordinator Salary
Earnings for Assisted Living Coordinators in the United States come in at around $50K annually on average. Lower pay rates hover around $29K, and the higher rates verge on $61K per year. Geographic location is the biggest factor affecting pay for this group, followed by experience level. Assisted Living Coordinators who responded to the questionnaire are largely women, dominating at 88 percent. Most report receiving medical coverage from their employers and the larger part collect dental insurance. Most workers in this position report moderate levels of job satisfaction.
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|Salary||$30,410 - $64,873|
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|$29,332 - $61,212|
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|Hourly Rate||$12.77 - $25.96|
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Job Description for Assisted Living Coordinator
Assisted living coordinators are administrators who oversee general operations within an assisted living care facility. Their job duties cover a wide range of aspects, including ensuring the care of residents, managing food and medication provisions, organizing finances within the facility, scheduling and overseeing employees, and addressing concerns and problems on a regular basis.Read More...
As coordinators, they must ensure efficient management of their organization. This aspect of their work entails organizing a large volume of paperwork, making decisions regarding financial expenditures, keeping protocol in place, and having a vast knowledge of laws, nursing practices, and requirements in assisted living care. They must also hire, train, organize, and evaluate staff. As employees of assisted living facilities, they must also be primarily concerned with promoting the upmost care for residents. This aspect of their work involves monitoring the health of residents, having a keen understanding of each resident’s individual needs, and handling problems with respect and diplomacy.
Assisted living coordinators may have regular hours, but it's also not uncommon for them to work in shifts. On top of this, they may be involved in on-call rotation. While they have an office in which they work, they must also walk throughout their facility for many hours a day. In some circumstances, they may need to help clients and staff with lifting residents. They are usually required to hold a credential as a Registered Nurse or a Licensed Practice Nurse.
Assisted Living Coordinator Tasks
- Assist in hiring, training and reviewing performance of staff.
- Ensure services are in compliance with boarding home regulations, state and federal regulatory requirements.
- Research and analyze member needs to recommend program direction and goals.
- Direct activities staff members and volunteers.
- Manage patient care plans, reviews and family requests.
Pay by Experience Level for Assisted Living Coordinator
Median of all compensation (including tips, bonus, and overtime) by years of experience.
The average beginner in this position makes around $40K, but folks who have been around for five to 10 years see a markedly higher median salary of $51K. Assisted Living Coordinators bring in $51K after working for 10 to 20 years. Assisted Living Coordinators who claim more than two decades of experience actually make somewhat smaller average paychecks of $38K.
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