Long Term Care Administrator Salary
Long Term Care Administrators in the United States can expect wages of $66K annually on average. Total cash compensation to Long Term Care Administrators approaches anywhere from $35K on the lower end to $102K on the higher end; in exceptional cases, this can include more than $25K from bonuses. Female Long Term Care Administrators make up most of the survey respondents at 71 percent. Although a strong majority have medical coverage and a little less than one-half have dental coverage, around one in five claim no health benefits at all. Most workers in this position report very high levels of job satisfaction. The information for this rundown comes from respondents who completed PayScale's salary questionnaire.
|Salary||$40,268 - $100,144|
|Bonus||$0.00 - $24,832|
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|$34,879 - $102,329|
|Bonus||$0.00 - $24,832|
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Job Description for Long Term Care Administrator
Long-term care administrators are responsible for overseeing and administering care for residents in a long-term care facility. These administrators are in charge of developing strategies that increase resident satisfaction by providing better options for care. These professionals manage all aspects of the facilities, which include receiving prospective residents and their families and providing all pertinent information. They communicate with external volunteers, community leaders, and company representatives.Read More...
Some of their main responsibilities include verifying that all residents receive adequate medical care, nutriments, and nursing options. Among their other duties are hiring new members for their organization. They also create strategies for scheduling and contract specialists to keep the facilities in top shape. Long-term care administrators have strong interpersonal skills to interact with medical professionals and create an effective and positive environment for both residents and staff. These professionals provide leadership skills to solve day-to-day issues with residents. These individuals work well in a team setting with other administrators to complete all operational goals within a given timeframe. However, they have also strong organizational skills to work on their own with minimal supervision. They have the ability to train new employees, provide performance reviews, and terminate employment if needed.
A bachelor's degree in medical care management or a related field is required for this job. In addition, previous years of work experience in a long-term care facility and/or managerial capacity can be helpful. Leadership certifications are a plus.
Long Term Care Administrator Tasks
- Oversee staff operations, business planning and budget development.
- Ensure services are in compliance with professional boarding home standards, state and federal regulatory requirements.
- Plan and direct the nursing program.
- Maintain relationships with patients and families.
- Oversee inventory, order processing and distribution of products and services.
Pay by Experience Level for Long Term Care Administrator
Median of all compensation (including tips, bonus, and overtime) by years of experience.
Those in the early stages of their career can expect to make around $61K; however, individuals with five to 10 years of experience bring in $66K on average — a distinctly larger sum. Long Term Care Administrators see a median salary of $71K after reaching one to two decades on the job. Long Term Care Administrators with more than 20 years of experience report incomes that are no higher than those with 10 to 20 years on the job.
Key Stats for Long Term Care Administrator
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